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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.
Senior Airman Travis Clark, 188th Communications Flight Focal Point, connects desktop computers to the network domain at Ebbing Air National Guard Base, Fort Smith, Ark., Dec. 6, 2015. Clark has been selected as the Flying Razorback Spotlight for February 2016. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Airman Cody Martin/Released)
Staff Sgt. Shannon Feliccia, 188th Civil Engineer Squadron heavy equipment operator, operates the crawl tractor and Senior Airman Adam Brannon, 188th CES heavy equipment operator, operates an excavator June 24, 2016, to remove dirt from the West Hammerhead Arm/Dearm berm at Ebbing Air National Guard Base, Fort Smith, Ark. The 188th CES removed 1,400 cubic yards of dirt by the end of the weekend and plan to remove the rest of the berm in August. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Airman Cody Martin/Released)
188th Security Forces members complete known distance sniper and advanced designated marksman qualification Nov. 6, 2015 at Fort Chaffee Joint Maneuver Training Center, Ark. The 188th SFS maintains combat readiness and efficiency through annual training on their designated weapons systems which allows them to remain proficient as marksmen. The training consisted of qualifications at 100, 300, 400, and 500 yards and with moving targets at designated distances. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Chauncey Reed)

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