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Commonwealth of Virginia

The 73rd Governor of Virginia, Ralph S. Northam
The 73rd Governor of Virginia
Ralph S. Northam
Secretary of Veterans and Defense Affairs, Carlos Hopkins
Secretary of Veterans and Defense Affairs
Carlos Hopkins

 

 

Maj. Gen. Timothy P. Williams
Adjutant General of Virginia
Maj. Gen. Timothy P. Williams
Brig. Gen. Jeffrey L. Ryan, VaANG Air Component Commander
Air Component Commander
Brig. Gen. Jeffrey L. Ryan
CMSgt Kelly B. Reich, Virginia State Command Chief
Virginia State Command Chief
Chief Master Sgt. Kelly B. Reich

 

192nd Wing Staff

Wing Commander portrait
Commander
Col. Mark Piper
Command Chief portrait
Command Chief
Command Chief Master Sgt.
Christopher L. Amburn

Group Commanders

Vice Wing Commander portrait
Operations Group
Col. Chris Batterton
Lt. Col Catherine M. Jumper
Maintenance Group
Col. Catherine M. Jumper
Col. J. Stock Dinsmore
Mission Support Group
Col. J. Stock Dinsmore
Col. Jason R. Price
Medical Group
Col. Jason R. Price

 

Group Superintendents

Operations Group superintendent portrait
Operations Group
Chief Master Sgt.
Joseph J. Young
Chief Master Sgt. Gerry L. Mabry
Maintenance Group
Chief Master Sgt.
Gerry L. Mabry
Chief Master Sgt. Jerry B. Talley
Mission Support Group
Chief Master Sgt.
Jerry B. Talley
Chief Master Sgt. Walter B. Gooch
Medical Group
Chief Master Sgt.
Walter B. Gooch

 

ANG Information

Air Force Mission

The mission of the United States Air Force is to fly, fight and win...in air, space and cyberspace. 

To achieve that mission, the Air Force has a vision:

The United States Air Force will be a trusted and reliable joint partner with our sister services known for integrity in all of our activities, including supporting the joint mission first and foremost. We will provide compelling air, space, and cyber capabilities for use by the combatant commanders. We will excel as stewards of all Air Force resources in service to the American people, while providing precise and reliable Global Vigilance, Reach and Power for the nation.

The Air Force has three core competencies: Developing Airmen, Technology-to-Warfighting and Integrating Operations. These core competencies make our six distinctive capabilities possible: 

Air and Space Superiority :  With it, joint forces can dominate enemy operations in all dimensions -- land, sea, air and space. 

Global Attack:  Because of technological advances, the Air Force can attack anywhere, anytime -- and do so quickly and with greater precision than ever before. 

Rapid Global Mobility:  Being able to respond quickly and decisively anywhere we're needed is key to maintaining rapid global mobility. 

Precision Engagement:  The essence lies in the ability to apply selective force against specific targets because the nature and variety of future contingencies demand both precise and reliable use of military power with minimal risk and collateral damage. 

Information Superiority:  The ability of joint force commanders to keep pace with information and incorporate it into a campaign plan is crucial. 

Agile Combat Support:  Deployment and sustainment are keys to successful operations and cannot be separated. Agile combat support applies to all forces, from those permanently based to contingency buildups to expeditionary forces. 

The Air Force bases these core competencies and distinctive capabilities on a shared commitment to three core values -- integrity first, service before self, and excellence in all we do