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  • 141st - Wings Over Washington (WOW)

    Flying Opportunity Do you want a flying career after college? This program will help you do both. This is an opportunity for students who recently completed their junior year of high school to grab the inside track towards becoming a professional pilot. Join the Washington Air National Guard and receive benefits to include financial aid and a
  • 141st (WOW) - Application Process

     Do you want a flying career after college?This is an opportunity for high school students in their junior or senior year of high school to grab the inside track towards becoming a professional pilot. If selected you will join the Washington Air National Guard and receive benefits to include financial aid and a part-time job to assist with the
  • 141st Air Refueling Wing's Flying Opportunities

    Welcome to the 141st Operations Group Career Opportunities page We continually accept applications for pilot and boom operator positions in the 141 ARW/116 ARS. We periodically hold interviews for prior service pilots, new pilots, Wings Over Washington (WOW) high school students and boom operators. If interested in one of these positions, please follow one of the links listed below and submit an application. We recommend that you get an application on file with us at your first opportunity, since forecast interview dates are subject to change to meet mission demands.
  • 141st ARW /116th ARS- KC-135 Boom Hiring

    KC-135 Boom Hiring InformationThank you for your interest in the 116th Air Refueling Squadron. Please review the eligibility criteria andrequirements below to determine whether you are a qualified applicant. If you have questions regardingeligibility criteria, please call the Chief Boom at 509-247- 7135 / DSN 370-7135.Qualified and interested
  • 141st ARW History

    The lineage of the 141st Air Refueling Wing, Washington Air National Guard, began with federal recognition on August 6, 1924, as the 116th Observation Squadron, 41st Division Air Services at Felts Field in the Spokane Valley. The 116th is one of the oldest National Guard flying units in the United States. As the story goes, in 1924, the Adjutant
  • 141st Mission Statement / Visions / Values

    Federal MissionAs an Air National Guard unit, the 141st Air Refueling Wing has both a federal and state mission. When gained by Air Mobility Command, the federal mission is to train, equip and deploy quality mobility forces to forward operating locations in support of specific contingency plans and other short-notice taskings. Since the flying unit
  • 141st Prior Service Pilot Application Process

    Prior Service KC-135 Pilot Hiring Information If you do not have your wings yet, Click Here--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Thank you for your interest in the 116th Air Refueling Squadron. Please review the eligibility criteria and requirements below to determine if you meet the applicant
  • 141st Strategic Plan

    Wing Strategic Plan Mission TO RECRUIT, TRAIN AND RETAIN FORCES AND TO OPERATE AND MAINTAIN A DISTINGUISHED AIR REFUELING WING SUPPORTING STATE AND NATIONAL COMMAND AUTHORITY OBJECTIVES. Vision TO EXCEL AS AN AIR NATIONAL GUARD KC-135R FLYING WING AND PURSUE FUTURE MISSION OPPORTUNITIES AS APPROPRIATE. Areas of Strategic
  • COVID-19 Updates for Washington ANG

    COVID-19 updates from the 141st Air Refueling Wing and Washington Air National Guard!
  • COVID-19 Useful Links

    COVID-19 Useful Links
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