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  Teamwork is the key to the 188th Wing's success.

The mission of the 188th Wing is to provide decision advantage through ISR and execute strike capability across the full spectrum of conflict, while cultivating ready, responsive, and highly-skilled Airmen. During times of emergency or natural disaster, we protect life and property, as well as preserve the peace, order, and public safety. Through our state partnership we support defense security goals and build partner capacity through military-to-military engagement.

Vision - Embracing a culture of getting to "Yes" 

188th ISRG

The 188th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group has a targeting mission and also operates the AN/GSQ-272 "SENTINEL" weapon system at Distributed Ground Station-Arkansas as a part of the Air Force's Distributed Common Ground System. The 188th ISRG's mission sets include near-real time processing, exploitation, analysis and dissemination of information and data from a number of sources. The unit creates decision-quality actionable intelligence that is disseminated to air, ground and naval force component commanders around the world for use in the planning and execution of military operations across the spectrum of conflict.

188th MSG

The 188th Mission Support Group provides base operating support to the wing through various specialty and career fields. It is responsible for base defense, internal security, civil engineering, personnel management and accountability, communications, contracting, supply, transportation, lodging, dining, and recreational services.

188th MDG

The 188th Medical Group supports the wing mission by ensuring a healthy and fit force by providing local medical support for wing members. 188th MDG Airmen assist in the maintenance of wing combat capability by providing routine healthcare to include dental, bio-environmental, stress management, vision, hearing and specialty care.

188th OG

The 188th Operations Group employs the MQ-9 Reaper Remotely Piloted Aircraft to provide Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance, and strike capabilities to combatant commanders worldwide. Additionally, the group is committed to organize, train and equip a team of professional Airmen who are capable of executing broad-spectrum MQ-9 weapon system taskings worldwide.

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