2-135th General Support Aviation Bn. (GSAB)

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The 2-135th GSAB flies a variety of missions, from security operations to disaster relief. They might be transporting troops or aiding medical evacuations. Every member of aviation, from pilots to crew chiefs to mechanics, is vital to accomplishig a mission.

Every helicopter has its own team of mechanics to ensure it’s always running efficiently. In the event of a natural disaster, Guard pilots drop water and food and save those in harm’s way. They are trained to fly in any weather and take off or land in high-risk situations.

 Currently, this battalion has the following aviation companies:

- HHC/2-135

 - Det 1, B Co./2-135 (Chinook)

 - D Co./2-135

 - E Co./2-135

 - A Co./2-238

 - Det 1, E Co./2-238

 - Det 3, HHC/1-168

 - Det 1, C Co./1-168 (MedEvac)

 - Det 3, D Co./1-168

 - Det 3, E Co./1-168

 - Det 1, 131 AVIM

 - D(-), 3-140 (Air Amb)

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The unit is headquartered at Buckley Air Force Base in Aurora, CO. To contact the unit, dial 720-250-1900.

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