The Georgia National Guard has been active since 1946. The Georgia Air National Guard currently has more than 3,000 airmen and officers assigned to two flying wings and six Geographically Separated Units (GSUs) throughout the state. The units are:
-GA ANG Headquarters located at Dobbins Air Reserve Base in Marietta.
-116th Air Control Wing located at Robins Air Force Base. The unit flies and maintains the Joint Surveillance and Target Attack Radar System Aircraft (JSTARS).
-165th Airlift Wing located in Garden City. The unit flies the C-130 Cargo Aircraft.
-Savannah's Combat Readiness Training Center located in Garden City. The CRTC provides joint training capabilities for all branches of the U.S. military.
-117th Air Control Squadron located in Garden City. The unit provides theater command with battle management, radar surveillance, control and communication capabilities.
-139th Intelligence Squadron located at Fort Gordon. The unit is responsible for executing of cryptologic intelligence operations to satisfy strategic, operations and tactical intelligence requirements of national decision makers, combatant commanders and combat operations.
-165th Air Support Operations Squadron in Garden City. The squadron provides air liaison and terminal attack ground controllers.
-202d Engineering Installation Squadron located at Robins Air Force Base. The unit provides worldwide engineering, installation and relocation of command, control, communications, computers and intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance systems.
-224th Joint Communications Support Squadron located in Brunswick. The unit provides deployable tactical communications for Joint Task Force Headquarters and Joint Special Operations Task Force Headquarters and can operate in environments without a reliable terrestrial network.
-283rd Combat Communications Squadron located at Dobbins Air Reserve Base. The unit provides deployable long range communications and information capabilities supporting Air Force and Joint Force commanders.