The 119th Wing Volunteers are a critical part of the Wing, keeping families informed and involved as well as providing much appreciated help when needed. The 119th Wing Volunteers can fill a variety needs depending on the background, expertise and imagination of the Volunteer. Volunteers are involved in a variety of projects and activities; they can augment the Airman & Family Readiness Program, call & visit schedule, plan events, and organize fund raising, just to name a few.

119th Wing Volunteers may be Guardsman, community members, spouses, children, parents, grandparents, brothers, sisters, retirees or any member of the family who is interested in supporting the unit.

You are invited to be a part of the 119th Wing Volunteer Program by volunteering your time and talents. Please contact the Airman & Family Readiness Program Manager at 701-451-2112 for more information.


The Key Spouse/Volunteer Program has evolved from the Air Force Key Spouse Program. The Key Spouse/Volunteer is an extension of our limited resources and is the Commander's solid conduit for accurate, timely and pertinent information to those outside the normal chain of command.

The Key Spouse/Volunteer works closely with the unit Commander to:
  • Establishes a credible, informal support network at "grass roots" level
  • Address spouse/family issues and concerns
  • Welcome incoming guard members and families
  • Be a vital link for families of deployed members
  • Provide information and referrals on military, local, and national resources
  • Perform other liaison duties determined by program
If interested in becoming a Key Spouse/Volunteer contact the Airman & Family Readiness Program Manager at (701) 451-2112.