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Welcome to the official public Web site of the Air National Guard Band of the West Coast (562nd Air Force Band). We support the global Air Force, including Air National Guard missions, by fostering patriotism and providing musical services for the military community as well as the general public. We perform for audiences all over the world, although we primarily serve communities throughout California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming.

The Air National Guard Band of the West Coast supports the global Air Force, including Air National Guard missions, by fostering patriotism and providing musical services for the military community as well as the general public. We perform for audiences all over the world, although we primarily serve communities throughout California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming.  

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VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. -- The Air National Guard Band of the West Coast marches in the Celebrate Heroes Parade in Guadalupe Saturday, June 30, 2012. The parade was a recognition of active and veteran members of the military and the city of Guadalupe intends to continue that recognition annually. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Levi Riendeau)
French horns from the 562nd Air National Guard Band of the Southwest and 561st Air National Guard band of the West Coast perform during a combined concert. Music from the recently recorded CD project "Flag of Stars" was performed for the public in Oxnard California. 10 July 2010 Photo by MSgt Dave Buttner
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The Airmen of Note pose for a photo during a live video taping at Maryland Public Television (U.S. Air Force Photo by CMSgt Bob Kamholz/released).
Chief Master Sgt. Kevin burns is featured alongside Senior Master Sgt. Brian MacDonald and Technical Sgt. Luke Brandon during a recent performance (U.S. Air Force Photo by CMSgt Bob Kamholz/released).
Technical Sgt. Ben Polk is in the foreground of the trombones during a recent performance (U.S. Air Force Photo by CMSgt Bob Kamholz/released).
The Airmen of Note were the featured Jazz Ensemble during the 2014 Midwest Clinic in Chicago, IL (U.S. Air Force photo by CMSgt Bob Kamholz/released).
The saxophone section of the Airmen of Note during a recent performance (U.S. Air Force Photo by CMSgt Bob Kamholz/released).

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