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Minnesota National Guard
133rd Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron

C-17 aeromedical evacuation mission from Ramstein Air Force Base, Germany, to Lackland AFB, Texas.
Unit Information
The 109th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron provides quality patient care and timely movement of casualties during wartime and peacetime operations. Using military and civilian aircraft the 109th, made up of more than 110 airmen, transport patients to airfields near designated health care facilities.
Since September 11, 2001, the 109th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron has flown in support of Operations Noble Eagle, Enduring Freedom, Iraqi Freedom, and Jumpstart in locations such as Colorado, Illinois, New Mexico, Arizona, Germany, Iraq, Kuwait, Djibhouti, Oman, Qatar, and Afghanistan to just name a few. The 109th assisted with the Hurricane Katrina relief effort by flying aeromedical missions to and from New Orleans in September, 2005. Missions have ranged from the retrieval of the remains to comprehensive inter-theater patient movement, in-flight patient care and aeromedical communications systems management.
Community Connections

Unit Address: 631 Minuteman Dr. St Paul, MN 55111
Unit Telephone:612.713.1110
Recruiter Telephone: 1.800.835.3764 or 612.713.2032

133 HQ

Unit Patch  Unit Crest
Minnesota National Guard Leadership

Minnesota Adjutant General Maj. Gen.
Jon A. Jensen
Generally Speaking
Senior Enlisted Advisor
Command Sgt. Maj. Douglas Wortham
On Center Ice
Unit Command Structure

Command Structure
Joint Force Headquarters
-133rd Airlift Wing
--Operations Group
---Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron

Command Staff

Commander  1SG
133 AES
133 AES

Unit Leadership

Major Unit Equipment

C130 Hercules

See the list of major equipment used by the Minnesota National Guard.

Unit Occupational Specialties

1A1X1 - Flight Engineer

1N2X1 - Signals Intelligence Analysis

2W0X1 - Munitions Systems

3D0X4 - Computer Systems Programming

See complete list of Air Force Specialty Codes.
Unit Links

MN Air Guard Museum

133rd Airlift Wing

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Unit Friends and Family

On Five
The official command information publication of the 133rd Airlift Wing.

Unit Articles

Minnesota Guardsmen tasked for support to Hurricane Irma relief efforts

Guard Aeromedical Teams strengthen skills during Vigilant Guard

Minnesota's 133rd Prepares to Deploy [AUDIO]

Tough Airmen run Tough Mudder

Special homecomings for military dads

NorthStar Guardian :
Recognition when it Counts for the 109th

In Our Sights:
109th AES Photo Gallery