167th Airlift Wing supports large-scale multi-national exercises in Europe
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167th Airlift Wing, Martinsburg, West Virginia
The 167th Airlift Wing of the West Virginia Air National Guard is an airlift unit that flies the C-17 Globemaster III aircraft. For more than 60 years the wing has served the state and nation by providing outstanding capability across a variety of missions, beginning in its earliest days when it flew the F-51 Mustang and F-86 Sabre fighters. The unit has deployed to the four corners of the Earth in support of the Global War on Terrorism and continues to support this effort. The 167th's focus today, and in the future, is summed up in the unit's motto: "Mountaineer Pride Worldwide."
DIRECTOR OF PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH
To schedule an appointment for an ID card please contact 304-616-5295 or 304-616-5533. Appointments are available on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 0800-1500.
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base newspaper, Plane Talk
SEXUAL ASSAULT RESPONSE COORDINATOR
304-616-5991 or 304-839-9157
SECURITY FORCES CONTROL CENTER (24hr)
Wing personnel are encouraged to call 304-616-5127, to offer suggestions on how to improve the wing. The number goes directly to a recorded greeting by Col. Marty Timko, the 167th Airlift Wing commander, encouraging Airmen to leave a message containing their feedback. Airmen can also file complaints through the action line, but are encouraged to work all complaints through their change of command or the Inspector General's office when available.
FLIGHT SAFETY OFFICE
Chief of Safety 304-616-5235
Flight Safety NCO 304-616-5164
Security Forces Control Center 304-616-5300 (24/7, Only for urgent or emergency military flight-related information.(Call 911 for emergencies)
MID AIR COLLISION AVOIDANCE (MACA) INFONote: The pamphlet may be printed two-sided and then folded in half for a booklet. The document prints each pamphlet page on a full 8.5" x 11" sheet.
167 AW MACA Pamphlet - April 2017
167AW MACA Document - April 2017
167AW MACA Poster - Coming Soon