301st Fighter Wing Mobilizes to Provide Covid-19 Support

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Within the past 48 hours, deploying Airmen from the 301st Fighter Wing Medical Squadron have boarded a C-5M Super Galaxy here as part of a larger mobilization package of more than 120 doctors, nurses, and respiratory technicians from Air Force Reserve units across the nation on April 5, 2020. This immediate aid is in direct response to support and care for Americans as part of a COVID-19 relief effort. These warriors will head to Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, N.J. for further in-processing with the U.S. Northern Command’s Joint Forces Land Component Command, based out of New Jersey. The medical personnel are slated for follow on movement to New York City’s Javits Center. 


Our number one priority is to take care of Americans, Airmen, and their families during the COVID-19 pandemic. The ability of the U.S. military, and specifically the Air Force Reserve, to continue to accomplish our wartime missions is vital for the defense of our nation. This response is one of many efforts where the Airmen of the 301st Fighter Wing have answered the nation’s call.


Please monitor the following websites and the 301st Fighter Wing Facebook page for updates.


Air Force Reserve Command COVID-19 Information and Updates


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