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194th Wing
Active 2006 – present
Country Flag of the United States.svg United States
Allegiance Flag of Washington.svg Washington
Branch US-AirNationalGuard-2007Emblem  Air National Guard
Type Wing
Role Wing
Part of Air National Guard/Air Combat Command
Garrison/HQ Camp Murray, Washington
Colonel Gent Welsh

The United States Air Force's 194th Wing is a unit located at Camp Murray, Washington. The Mission of the 194th Wing is to "Provide mission-ready Airmen to combatant commanders and the State of Washington across the Joint operational spectrum." When the 194th Wing was activated on August 30, 2006, it was the Air National Guard's first non-flying Wing. Current operations include cyberspace operations, air support operations, mission support, and medical support.


Ultramarine blue and Air force yellow are the Air Force colors. Blue alludes to the sky, the primary theater of Air Force operations. Yellow refers to the sun and the excellence required of Air Force personnel. The Phoenix represents the rebirth and change; the constant flexibility needed in an ever-changing Air Force, as well as the diversity of missions within the wing. The Phoenix is rising out of the globe, which represents the unit’s worldwide mission. The Phoenix and globe sit on a field of black, representing cyberspace, the unit’s final theater of operations.


Gained by Air Combat Command, 2006-2015
Gained by Air Force Space Command, 2015-present


The 194th Wing is composed of four groups, nine squadrons, and four flights.[1] Most units are stationed at Camp Murray, two are located at Fairchild Air Force Base, and two are located at Joint Base Lewis-McChord.




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