Military Exercise Tuesday at Selfridge Air National Guard Base Published Sept. 26, 2022 By 127th Wing 127th Wing SELFRIDGE AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Mich. -- Exercises are being conducted at Selfridge Air National Guard Base Tuesday, September 27 that may include the use of sirens, loudspeakers, and simulated gunfire. Residents or those in the area near the base may be able to hear some of the sounds as a result of this exercise. The members of the 127th Wing conduct training exercises on a regular basis to ensure that Airmen are able to appropriately respond to a wide range of scenarios. Comprised of approximately 1,500 personnel and flying both the A-10 Thunderbolt II and the KC-135 Stratotanker, the 127th Wing supports both the Air Mobility Command and Air Combat Command by providing highly-skilled Airmen to missions domestically and overseas. The 127th Wing is the host unit at Selfridge Air National Guard Base, which marks its 105th year of continuous military air operations in 2022.