155th Air Refueling Wing Photos

Senior Airman Jonathan Sobetski, Staff Sgt. Matthew Riley, Tech. Sgt. Michael Alvarez, Master Sgt. Jeremy Dean and Staff Sgt. Dan Schieffer pose on the basketball court right where the incident happened, April 17, 2018, at the Spirit of '76 Armory Lincoln, Nebraska. (U.S. Air Force photo taken by Senior Master Sgt. Shannon Nielsen/Released)
Airman 1st Class Shannon Costello and Staff Sergeant Michael Morrison, security forces specialists with the 155th Security Forces Squadron from the 155th Air Refueling Wing, Nebraska, report in an Improvised Explosive Device durning an IED awareness training exercise June 22, 2017, at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska.
155th Air National Guard KC-135 Stratotanker takes flight over Colorado to meet up with the 107th Fighter Squadron "Red Devils", a A-10C Thunderbolt II unit out of Selfridge, Michigan for some tanker gas. One of the planes assigned to the wing is painted with a non-standard markings in honor of the 100th Anniversary of the Red Devils.
Fourteen Airmen from the Nebraska Air National Guard's 155th Air Refueling Wing deployed for a joint exercise at Darwin Royal Air Force Base Feb. 9-28, 2017, Darwin, Australia. Two KC-135R Stratotankers, one from the 155th ARW and another from the 434th Air Refueling Wing from Grissom Air Reserve Base, Indiana, helped eight F-22A Raptors from the 525th Fighter Squadron from Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska get to Australia by serving as their flying gas station.
Airman First Class Rebecca Hammock, Senior Airman Taiheem Pleasant and Airman Ethan Haberman, members of the 155th Services Flight, prepare and serve meals to Airmen at the 155th Air Refueling Wing during a Domestic Operations training session, showcasing the Nebraska Air National Guard's capabilities in emergency management to Nebraska Civil leaders, June 5, at the Nebraska National Guard air base, Lincoln, Neb.
Nebraska Air National Guard boom operators hone their skills refueling aircraft in the newly acquired boom operator simulator located at the 155th Air Refueling Wing, Lincoln, Neb, Aug. 25. The Nebraska Air Guard is the first Guard unit to receive the BOSS 59-1495.

Contact Information

Force Support Squadron - ID Cards
402.309.1452

Recruiting
402.309.1218

Financial Management
402.309.1104

Security Forces (24 Hours)                                                                                                                                                                                                                     402.309.1552

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402.309.1582

Wing Public Affairs
402-309-1219

SARC
402.309.1113

Command Post
(24HRS) 402.309.1234

Airman & Family Readiness
402.309.1588

Base Exchange
402.474.3454

  • Wing Commander

    Welcome to the 155th Air Refueling Wing. Based at the Lincoln Municipal Airport in Lincoln, Nebraska, we are the second oldest Air National
    Guard unit in the nation, tracing our roots back to the 173rd Fighter Squadron in 1946. We have evolved in size and mission and since 1992 have operated the KC-135 Stratotanker for Air Mobility Command and USSTRATCOM, providing logistical and mission support to Nuclear Deterrence, Global Reach mobility and Global Power missions across the globe.

    The National Guard militia force's ability to answer the call in times of local or state emergency, while constantly filling rotations to contingencies across the globe in support of national objectives, offer and deliver a unique combination of value to the taxpayer and U.S. policy execution options to our national command authorities. The professionalism and dedication of our Wing's militia airmen provide the state of Nebraska and our nation with unmatched capability and value in a community based force earning our nickname, "the Hustlin' Huskers."

     The communities throughout the state have supported our organization's members for many  years through thousands of deployments. That support and patriotism has enabled our members to be incredibly effective in performance of their duties for the State and Nation. We thank our communities, towns and cities for that support and invite you to explore this website to learn more about the 155th ARW and the NE ANG.

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