Operation Noble Eagle

The Defense Department announced that the code name for the domestic mission to protect this country in response to September 11th's terrorist attack is Operation Noble Eagle.

On September 15, 2001, POTUS George W. Bush authorized the mobilization of up to one million National Guard members for homeland defense following the attacks of September 11. This reservist operation is called Operation Noble Eagle.

Air Force  
  611th ACS Elmendorf AFB, AK
  728th ACS Eglin AFB, FL
  729th ACS Hill AFB, UT
ANG Units  
  103rd ACS Orange, CT
  109th ACS Salt Lake City, UT
  116th ACS Warrenton, OR
  117th ACS Savannah, GA
  134th ACS Wichita, KS
  255th ACS Gulfport, MS
  116th ACS 21 Sept 2001
  116th ACS 28 Sept 2001
  116th ACS 31 Oct 2001
  116th ACS 11 Dec 2002
  116th ACS 28 Jan 2003
  116th ACS 23 Apr 2003
  116th ACS 12 Sept 2003
  116th ACS WADS Certificate
  117th ACS Deployments, Alerts Continue
  728th Air Force Fact Sheet
  The Air Defense Mission
  103rd ACS

109th ACS (Looking for better photo)

  116th ACS

117th ACS (Looking for better photo)

  134th ACS (Looking for photo)
  255th ACS
  611th ACS
  728th ACS
  729th ACS (Looking for better photo)
  Noble Eagle
  Garden Plot


They shall not grow old, as we that are left grow old.
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them.
Laurence Binyon (1869-1943)


Noble Eagle