Stewart Air National Guard Base

105th Airlift Wing, 213th Engineering Installation Squadron
1 Maquire Way, Newburgh, NY 12550


Stewart Air National Guard Base is the home of the 105th Airlift Wing (105 AW), an Air Mobility Command (AMC)-gained unit of the New York Air National Guard and “host” wing for the installation. The former Stewart Air Force Base is also known as Newburgh-Stewart IAP and Stewart International Airport, while the military portion of this now-joint civil-military airport is known as Stewart Air National Guard Base (Stewart ANGB). The base is named in honor of 19th century Scottish-born sea captain, Lachlan Stewart, and his son, who donated the land it now occupies.

The day-to-day military population of Stewart ANGB is approximately 660 full-time Air National Guard personnel, both Air Reserve Technician (ART) and Active Guard and Reserve (AGR) personnel, plus approximately 150 additional active duty Army, AGR Army Reserve and AGR Army National Guard, active duty Marine Corps and Active Reserve Marine Corps personnel. This is further augmented on a daily basis by a fluctuating number of over 3,000 additional traditional, part-time Air National Guard, Army National Guard, Army Reserve and Selected Marine Corps Reserve (SMCR) personnel with a total population of more than 100,000 people.



If you need ID cards, they will be issued at the base by appointment only. The hours of operation are Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 0800-1100 and 1300-1500 Hours. You can contact the ID/CAC Card Office at (845) 563-2032 for more information.

The Stewart ANGB is attached to the Stewart International Airport (SWF). Th nearest international airport is the LaGuardia Airport (LGA) is 66 miles from Newburgh.

Driving Directions to Stewart ANG Base:

From the North: Interstate I-87 South to exit 17, turn right onto NY-300/Route 300 .8mi, turn right onto Route 17K West. .5 mi, turn left onto Maguire Way.

From the South: Interstate I-87 North to exit 17, turn right onto NY-300/Route 300 .8mi, turn right onto Route 17K West. .5 mi, turn left onto Maguire Way.

From the East: I-84, West to exit 7B, turn left onto NY-300/Route 300 .8mi, turn right onto Route 17K West. .5 mi, turn left onto Maguire Way.

From the West: Interstate I-84 East to exit 6, turn right onto NY Route 17K East. 1.7 mi, turn right onto Maguire Way.


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Information (845) 563-2000

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Recruiting (845) 563-2195 

ID Cards (845) 563-2032

Family Readiness (845) 563-2062

Finance Office (845) 563-2286

Honor Guard (845) 563-2065

Temporary Lodging (845) 446-5943 

Medical Group (845) 563-2126 

Space A Travel (845) 563-2369


There is no family or transient military housing available at Stewart ANGB. Military personnel reside outside of a 50 miles (80 km) radius, normally being billeted in nearby hotels and motels under military contract arrangements. Stewart ANGB does not host military lodging facilities; however there are a number of commercial hotels and motels in the local area. Lodging is available at West Point for official travel.
Call 845-446-5943 for more information.

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