C-130 Take Off Soar to new heights in the Minnesota Air National Guard. There are many jobs, called Air Force Specialty Codes (AFSCs). The St. Paul-based 133rd Airlift Wing flies C-130 cargo planes. Qualified Airmen receive exceptional education opportunities, pay, compensation, benefits, and retirement opportunities. Call a recruiter directly to find out what AFSCs are available today.

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The Air National Guard is critical to the overall mission of the United States Air Force, and is over 100,000 Airmen strong.

When you join the Minnesota Air National Guard, you can serve, not only your country, but also your state, and maintain a lifestyle all your own. While living near your home, you'll be a stronger person, a better citizen, and all of the world will see your strength.

Gaining strength and training are only some of the benefits of becoming an Airman in the Minnesota Air National Guard. There are programs available that help pay for your college education, cash bonuses for certain jobs, opportunities to travel, and retirement benefits.

If you'd like to learn more about the Minnesota Air National Guard, please send us an e-mail, or give us a call.

Health Professionals

When you "Cross Into The Blue" as a Healthcare professional in the Minnesota Air National Guard, you'll discover more than just a great career. Read more.

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133rd Airlift Wing

Minnesota Air National Guard

Recruiting Office

631 Minuteman Drive

Saint Paul, Minnesota 55111-4116


Recruiting Office Supervisor and Officer Recruiter:

TSgt Rodney Gattis



Production Recruiters:

TSgt Durrell Motley



TSgt Jeff Sprick



Retention Office Manager (for current members):

MSgt Melissa Piazza



Toll Free:         800-835-3764

Fax:                 612-713-2037

DSN Fax:        783-2037

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