OH ANG 112th Fighter Squadron/180th Fighter Wing
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Welcome to the OH ANG 112th Fighter Squadron/180th Fighter Wing aviation article, the ANG base located in Lucas County, Ohio.
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180th Fighter Wing (180 FW)
- Aircraft - F-16C/D Fighting Falcon
- Callsigns - STING, BUZZ, BUCKI, LOMA (travel), MUDDY (CAP training)
- Tail Code - OH
The 180th Fighter Wing (180 FW) is a unit of the Ohio Air National Guard, stationed at Toledo Air National Guard Base, Ohio. If activated to federal service, the Wing is gained by the United States Air Force Air Combat Command.
112th Fighter Squadron (112 FS)
The 112 FS can usually be heard throughout the week in the Steelhead MOA between 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM ET.
In its 2005 BRAC Recommendations, DoD recommended to realign Des Moines Air National Guard Base, Iowa. The F-16 aircraft currently assigned to the 132d Fighter Wing at Des Moines would be redistributed to the 180th Fighter Wing (nine aircraft). Des Moines' F-16s would be distributed to Toledo to support the Homeland Defense Air Sovereignty Alert (ADS) mission and to consolidate the precision-guided weapon employment capability that exists in the Air National Guard.
In August 2008 the 112th FS took over the alert role for the region from the Detroit-based Michigan 107th Fighter Squadron which was converting to the A-10 Thunderbolt II in the next year. The 112th FS officially took over on 2 October 2008.
|Local Frequencies / Channels (as of ??)|
|M||123.100||GUARD (CAP training)||AM|
May be outdated
- North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD)
- Tinker Air Force Base Oklahoma County (OK)
- Federal Aviation Administration
- Transportation Security Administration
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