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As a member of the Indiana Air National Guard you'll learn valuable technical skill to fuel your personal and professional growth while serving in a unit close to home. Plus, you could enjoy the following benefits:


- Up to 100% paid tuition to a state funded college or university

- Cutting edge career training

- Affordable life insurance

- Low cost health and dental insurance

- Base Exchange shopping privileges 

- Military retirement plan

- Eligibility for VA home loans

- Earn college credits through the Community College of the Air Force

For more information about available positions and to discuss eligibility details, contact one of our recruiters at (260) 478-3247


VIPER Virtual Reality Experience

Let us bring the Air National Guard to your next event...virtually!


To request the 122nd Fighter Wing's VIPER experience be brought to your organization's special event:

Complete:  DD Form 2536 (Request for Armed Forces Participation in Public Events)

Send to: at least 30 days prior to the event.

The Indiana Air National Guard works diligently to be a good neighbor and community partner. As a community-based organization, the 122nd Fighter Wing and its Airmen are extensively involved in local community organizations and often participate in or support the events they sponsor. An Indiana Air National Guard Recruiting representative will review and validate the legal propriety of all public requests, and then put out a call across the organization for volunteers. Volunteers are not typically provided in an "official" capacity. The Air National Guard, as a government institution, refrains from endorsing specific organizations or events that it does not officially sponsor. Instead, it is up to the individual Guard members to decide whether they volunteer their time. Additionally, there are a number of state and federal restrictions on how we can support organizations and events. Event organizers should also be aware that mission requirements may prevent our members from supporting off-base events.