The 140th Wing is comprised of over 1600 personnel who support multiple operational missions. Headquartered at Buckley Air Force Base in Aurora, Colorado, the wing flies and maintains F-16C+ Fighting Falcon aircraft under Air Combat Command and stands alert 24/7 to protect the central U.S. from airborne threats. The wing also operates two space missions; a one-of-a-kind early-warning Mobile Ground System, located at Greeley Air National Guard Station, Greeley, Colo. and a space control squadron and training detachment at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado Springs, Colo. The 140th Wing also supports US Pacific Command with a unique civil engineering flight.
National Guard General Officers
140th Wing Public Affairs
Maj. Kinder Blacke
140th Wing Public Affairs Superintendent
SMSgt John Rohrer
Colorado National Guard Public Affairs Officer
Ms. Elena O'Bryan
The F-16 flying window is Tues-Fri and one weekend per month throughout the year.
In the spring/summer/fall we fly between 8:00 am and 4:00 pm (from April (daylight savings) to October (daylight savings) and the same window during the month of December.
The F-16 flying window during the fall/winter/spring is between 12:00 pm and 10:00 pm from October (daylight savings) to April (daylight savings), except in December, when we fly during the day.
This schedule allows for all the pilots in the 140th Wing to stay proficient on day and night flying. We appreciate your patience, as we know the noise can be disruptive at times.