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Capt. Shelly Garceau a nurse with the 149th Fighter Wing, Texas Air National Guard assists a resident evacuating Gavleston at Ball High School after hurricane Ike slammed into the Texas Coast.  Texas Military Forces personnel are part of the state and federal multi-agency Task Force Ike assisting in recovery af the category two hurricane. (Photo by Senior Master Sgt. Miguel Arellano)

Capt. Shelly Garceau a nurse with the 149th Fighter Wing, Texas Air National Guard assists a resident evacuating Gavleston at Ball High School after hurricane Ike slammed into the Texas Coast. Texas Military Forces personnel are part of the state and federal multi-agency Task Force Ike assisting in recovery af the category two hurricane. (Photo by Senior Master Sgt. Miguel Arellano)

Lt. Col. Joe Pendon of the Texas Air National Guard's 149 Fighter Wing assist an injured Galveston resident post landfall Hurricane Ike.(U.S. Air Force photo Master Sgt. Robert Shelley)

Lt. Col. Joe Pendon of the Texas Air National Guard's 149 Fighter Wing assist an injured Galveston resident post landfall Hurricane Ike.(U.S. Air Force photo Master Sgt. Robert Shelley)

When you "Cross Into The Blue" as a Healthcare professional in the Texas Air National Guard, you'll discover more than just a great career. As a member of this elite group, you'll have the opportunity to practice medicine the way you were trained to - without all the hassles of HMO's, tons of paperwork and poor hours. Which allows you to focus more on patient care.

You'll also discover the Texas Air National Guard features some of the most advanced technologies and medical facilities that rival the world's best hospitals. Combine that with a great education, training and the satisfaction of knowing you're making a difference in your profession and to your country.

The Texas Air National Guard has helped many Healthcare professionals excel in their careers.

The Texas Air National Guard is now accepting Registered Nurses with 2 year RN degrees. Completion of a BSN will be required during the initial military obligation. GI Bill, State tuition reimbursement and other incentives may be available to offset the cost of tuition and books.

149th  Fighter Wing Recruiting Office
(210) 925-5825
107 Hensley
Lackland AFB TX 78236