DC ANG 113th Fighter Wing
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The District of Columbia Air National Guard's 113th Wing is based at Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland and has the mission to provide the Air Force with fighter, airlift and support units capable of worldwide employment.
The 113th Wing is composed of two flying Squadrons, the 121st Fighter Squadron and the 201st Airlift Squadron.
121st Fighter Squadron is equipped with F-16C and F-16D aircraft after conversion from the F4-D in January 1990.
The 201st Airlift Squadron operates the C-40C, which is a military version of the Boeing BBJ, and two Galaxy Aerospace C-38A aircraft. Formerly Detachment 1, Headquarters DCANG, the 201st AS performs operational airlift missions for the National Guard Bureau, the Air Force and the Department of Defense.
Training Missions. Aircraft use the static call sign “BOXER” followed by a 2-digit suffix assigned to the Instructor or Evaluator.
NGB Directed Missions. Aircraft use the static call sign “BOXER” followed by a 2-digit suffix assigned to the Aircraft Commander or as assigned.
HQ USAF/CVAM directed Special Air Missions. Aircraft use call signs assigned by OPORD, mission itinerary, or diplomatic clearance. Normally, when flying CVAM missions, aircraft will use the “BOXER” call sign followed by either “22” or “23” for the C-22B or "38" or "39" for the C-38A.
JOSAC Missions. Aircraft Use “BOXR” (No "E") and the last three digits of the mission number.