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  • Without weapons, it’s just another airline

    The 114th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron (AMXS) weapons shop is a multi-faceted unit that ensures the wing’s F-16 Fighting Falcons are ready to take the fight to the enemy at any time.The 114th Fighter Wing’s combat mission involves air-to-air and air-to-ground operations designed to support ground

  • 114th Fighter Wing implements AFFORGEN Wing Wide

    JOE FOSS FIELD, S.D. – The 114th Fighter Wing is adapting to a new Air Force wide deployment model, Air Force force generation, AFFORGEN, in order to adapt to a change in our nation's strategic environment.

  • 114th Fighter Wing search and recovery

    Airmen from the 114th Fighter Wing Force Support Squadron conducted hands-on search and recovery training during October’s Unit Training Assembly at Great Bear Recreation Park, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Oct. 1, 2022.

  • 114th Student Flight familiarization with weapons

    SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - Defenders with the 114th Security Forces Squadron, 114th Fighter Wing, help prepare Student Flight for basic training with weapons familiarization at Joe Foss Field, April 30.

  • World War II ace Joe Foss celebrated with blue 75th anniversary F-16

    A blue and white F-16 from the 114th Fighter Wing was painted for the South Dakota Air Guard in commemoration of their 75th anniversary. The paint scheme was conceptualized to emulate the WWII era Grumman F-4F Wildcat flown by South Dakota native and Medal of Honor recipient Joe Foss who was