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  • 421st Combat Training Squadron

    The 421st Combat Training Squadron is a selectively manned unit composed of 42 unique Air Force Specialty Codes dedicated to its Chief of Staff of the Air Force chartered mission to deliver expeditionary combat support training to over 5,000 USAF, Joint and NATO personnel annually. The 421 CTS "Scorpions" accomplishes this mission via thirteen
  • 423rd Mobility Training Squadron

    The 423rd Mobility Training Squadron is aligned under the U.S. Air Force Expeditionary Operations School at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey. The mission of the 423rd MTS is to train and educate professional expeditionary Airmen, develop combat support tactics, techniques, and procedures, and enable warfighters to operate effectively in
  • 43d Air Mobility Operations Group

    The 43d Air Mobility Operations Group at Pope Army Airfield, Fort Bragg, North Carolina, is a unique stand-alone group responsible for rapid strategic deployment of forces assigned to Joint Special Operations Command, and the U.S. Army’s XVIII Airborne Corps and 82nd Airborne Division. The group provides combatant commanders with Airborne Joint
  • 515th AMOW

    The 515th Air Mobility Operations Wing (AMOW), headquartered at Joint Base Pearl Harbor‐Hickam, HI, oversees Air Mobility Command’s en route support structure at 26 diverse locations across 105 millionsquare miles in the Pacific Area of Responsibility. Through its en route maintenance, command and control, and aerial port support, it provides the
  • 521st Air Mobility Operations Wing

    The 521st Air Mobility Operations Wing is assigned to the U.S. Air Force Expeditionary Center, Air Mobility Command, with headquarters at Ramstein Air Base, Germany. Mission The 521st Air Mobility Operations Wing safely expedites maximum war-fighting and humanitarian effects for America through rapid and precise global air mobility in Europe, the
  • 621st Contingency Response Wing

    The 621st Contingency Response Wing is highly-specialized in training and rapidly deploying personnel to quickly open airfields and establish, expand, sustain, and coordinate air mobility operations. From wartime taskings to disaster relief, the 621st extends Air Mobility Command's (AMC) reach in deploying people and equipment around the
  • 628th Air Base Wing

    Provides unsurpassed installation support to 53 DoD and Federal agencies, servicing a total force of over 79,000 Airmen, Sailors, Soldiers, Marines, Coast Guardsmen, civilians, dependents and retirees on Joint Base Charleston and Naval Weapons Station Charleston. Maintains $2.0B of physical infrastructure across 23K non-contiguous acres. Provides
  • 87th Air Base Wing

    The 87th Air Base Wing is responsible for providing installation support to the Department of Defense's only tri-service Joint Base. The wing also provides mission-ready, expeditionary Warfighters to support Unified Combatant Commanders in on-going military operations.The 87th ABW traces its lineage to 1952 when it was organized during the Korean
  • Expeditionary Operations School

    The USAF Expeditionary Operations School develops and delivers world-class expeditionary training and education for the Air Force. The EOS mission is to train and educate total force Airmen for a broad spectrum of expeditionary operations today and tomorrow. The school house was activated at the USAF Expeditionary Center on December 1, 2003 and has
  • U.S. Air Force Expeditionary Center

    The U.S. Air Force Expeditionary Center is the Air Force's Center of excellence for Expeditionary Agile Combat Support and Rapid Global Mobility training and education. The USAF Expeditionary Center provides direct oversight of the Global Air Mobility Support System, Joint Base installation support, world-wide contingency response, and builds partnership capacity mission sets within the global mobility enterprise.