131st Bomb Wing – Missouri ANG Community
Mission, Vision and Goals
131ST BOMB WING MISSION
Excellence in Execution: Globally. Locally. Always.
131ST BOMB WING VISION
To build Citizen-Airmen leaders with the skills and will to deter, assure, strike and support globally, while being Always Ready to help our Missouri neighbors in times of need.
131ST BOMB WING GOALS
- Provide strategic deterrence, decisive strike and agile support to our nation’s leaders
- Protect Missouri as Citizen-Airmen in times of natural disaster or domestic strife
- Prepare leaders at all levels who exemplify the Air Force values for the Guard of today and tomorrow
- Properly care for our families and our resources
Like all Air National Guard units, the 131st Bomb Wing performs both federal and state missions. The wing’s federal mission is to train and equip skilled and proud Airmen who provide full spectrum, expeditionary B-2 global strike and combat support capabilities to combatant commander.
Coupled with its federal mission, the 131st Bomb Wing has a mission in the state of Missouri to organize, train and prepare a community-based force of ready Citizen-Airmen to defend and serve the people of Missouri. The 131st Bomb Wing provides a trained cadre of personnel readily available to the governor for all types of emergencies, including initial response, relief and recovery in the event of a disaster. Missouri’s Air and Army National Guard units are led by the Adjutant General of the State of Missouri, located at Missouri National Guard Headquarters at the Ike Skelton Training Site in Jefferson City, Missouri.
The 131st Bomb Wing is primarily located at Whiteman Air Force Base, Missouri, in association with the active duty Air Force 509th Bomb Wing, and includes geographically separated units in the state at Lambert Field and Jefferson Barracks Air National Guard Bases, both in St. Louis, and at Cannon Range at Fort Leonard Wood.
About 1,200 military members comprise the 131st Bomb Wing: more than 825 traditional Guard members, about 85 full-time Active Guard Reserve personnel, as well as more than 250 civilian employees.
- 131st Maintenance Group
- 131st Aircraft Maintenance Squadron
- 131st Maintenance Squadron
- 131st Maintenance Operations Flight
- 131st Medical Group
- 131st Mission Support Group
- 131st Civil Engineer Squadron
- 131st Communications Flight
- 131st Logistics Readiness Squadron
- 131st Force Support Squadron
- 131st Operations Group
- 110th Bomb Squadron
- 131st Operations Support Flight
- Detachment 1-Cannon Range
- 157th Air Operations Group
- 239th Combat Communications Squadron
- 231st Civil Engineer Flight