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Leaders from the U.S. Air Force first sergeant community and the three wing command chief master sergeants from the Tennessee Air National Guard pose for a group photo July 23, 2019 at the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center on McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base, Louisville, Tennessee.
When an Airman enters the military, it’s often for patriotic reasons, coupled with a number of great benefits including education, healthcare, and a competitive salary.
The 118th Logistics Readiness Squadron from Nashville, Tennessee traveled to Ramstein Air Base, Germany for career upgrade training June 1-15, 2019.
Former U.S. Navy Seal Remi Adeleke spoke with Airmen and Soldiers about resiliency, June 5, 2018 at Berry Field Air National Guard Base, Nashville, Tennessee. Adeleke shared his message of transformation, overcoming challanges, and how others supported him during his time in the military.
U.S. Air Force Airmen from the 118th Logistics Readiness Squadron, Tennessee Air National Guard, are briefed on the storage and operations of MK84 bombs June 10, 2019 at Ramstein Air Base, Germany. The 118th LRS traveled to Ramstein to complete career upgrade training requirements on assets not available at their home station.
U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Danny Gregory, a military training instructor from the 118th Wing, Tennessee Air National Guard, instructs members from the 118th WG student flight May 4, 2019 at Berry Field Air National Guard Base, Nashville, Tennessee. Gregory is the first person from the 118th WG to ever complete military training instructor school, and will begin his assignment at Lackland Air Force Base in June 2019.
U.S. Air Force Maj. Melissa Danley, commander of the 118th Force Support Squadron, Tennessee Air National Guard, examines the work of Airman 1st Class Willie Williams, a personnelist with the 118th FSS, May 14, 2019 at Berry Field Air National Guard Base, Nashville, Tennessee. Danley was awarded the Lt. Gen. Norm Lezy Award for the Air National Guard in April 2019, which recognizes individuals who make outstanding contributions in the personnel career field.
Former U.S. Air Force Capt. Jerry Neal, center left, a bomber pilot in World War II, is briefed by Airmen from the 118th Wing March 27, 2019 at Berry Field Air National Guard Base, Nashville, Tennessee. Neal visited the 118th WG to share stories from his days as a bomber pilot, and to learn about the missions being done currently at the wing.

DPH's Mental Health Minute

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Mental Health Minute - Experiences
118th Wing, Public Affairs, Tennessee Air National Guard
June 26, 2019 | 1:21
The director of the 118th Wing Psychological Health Office gives some advice on healthy experiences and how the comprehensive Airmen fitness model can help. (U.S. Air National Guard video by Staff Sgt. Anthony Agosti)
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118th Wing Mission

Enable global delivery of kinetic and non-kinetic effects through multidisciplinary Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) mission execution, sustained by organic Mission Support and Medical personnel.  Additionally, provide capabilities and resources to support state and domestic emergency response and recovery operations.

118th Wing Contacts

PHONE DIRECTORY

(615) 660-8000

Recruiting Office
(615) 660-8060
Email
http://www.goang.com/

* Please no solicitations. This is an official government website and we cannot accept any requests for advertisements or business/personal promotions.

ID CARD INFO

The 118th Force Support Squadron handles military, retiree and family member identification cards.


Military ID card / CAC card / DEERS 

Hours:

Mon., Tues., Thur., Fri.

0730-1030 & 1200-1500

 

CLOSED WEDNESDAY

CLOSED EVERY OTHER MONDAY

CLOSED HOLIDAYS

We recommend that you call on Monday to confirm if we are open or not.

Call (615) 660-8607

 

240 Knapp Blvd, Nashville, TN 37217

 

FOR OTHER DEERS LOCATIONS WORLDWIDE - LOG ON TO: www.dmdc.osd.mil/rsl/


To be issued an ID card / to update or enroll in DEERS:
All  adults 21 years and older must bring two forms of government-issued, valid ID, the primary being a photo ID, to renew military ID card. Ex: A driver's license and old ID card, OR driver's license and social security card, OR Old ID card and birth certificate OR passport and old ID card.
Dependents must also have either their sponsor present with them OR a signed DD 1172 from their sponsor, OR a power of attorney for their sponsor. ID cards are issued IAW AFI 36-3026.