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Airman and Family Readiness
Honorary Commander Program
144th Fighter Wing
Our resources page contains links and resources for the 144th Fighter Wing. There is a variety of information available including information on supporting our troops, family readiness, and a variety of programs.The following links are provided for informational purposes. The views and opinions expressed are not necessarily those of the 144th Fighter Wing.
Support Our Troops
Thank you for your interest in supporting our troops. Many caring citizens are asking what they can do to support the service men, women, and families of the U.S. Military. Following is a listing of organizations providing opportunities to offer support. These links are provided as a service only. The views and opinions expressed are not necessarily those of the Air National Guard.
Air Force Aid Society
America Supports You
"Gifts from the Homefront" Certificates
Give the Gift of Groceries
Operation Dear Abbey
United Services Organization (USO)
Volunteer at a Veterans Administration (VA) Hospital
What is a Family Readiness Group?
The official definition of a family readiness group is "An organization of family members, volunteers and Guard members belonging to a unit that together provide an avenue of mutual support, assistance and a network of communication among the family members, the chain of command and community resources."
Welcome to the 144th Retiree Web Page. The intent of this website is to provide universal accessibility to our retired members, to keep them informed of various Wing events. Some of the information you can expect to see posted here will be retirements of base members, to include retirement dinners/luncheons, and links that can be used to sign up for them.
Read about the new
Young Heroes Program
which is a significant public relations program between the military community and the civilian population it is sworn to protect.
DoD policy limits flyovers to aviation-related public events such as airport dedications, aviation shows and air fairs. This policy allows flyovers for those events designed to encourage the advancement of aviation, and contribute to public knowledge of Air Force aviation equipment and facilities. Exceptions to this policy may be granted on a case by case basis.
We offer base tours at the 144th Fighter Wing as a community outreach on weekdays when our operation tempo allows. The 144th Fighter Wing encourages the public to visit the base to understand and appreciate the contributions of their "Hometown Air Force." If you know of a group that is interested in a base tour other than immediate family members, please contact the Public Affairs office.
Teen Army/Air National Guard
Teen Army/Air National Guard (T.A.N.G.) Mission Statement
T.A.N.G.'s mission is to provide safe, educational, and adventurous opportunities for dependent teens within the unique military family support context, in order to foster bonding, interaction, mutual support, and an appreciation of parental and/or sponsor experience, the military, and the National Guard.
National Guard Child and Youth Program
Volunteer Youth Coordinator:
Phone: (559) 917-0189
National Guard Family Program
American Red Cross
Department of Defense
North American Aerospace Defense Command
City of Fresno
Office of the Governor of California