435th Training Squadron

The 435th Training Squadron (TRS) is the newest squadron established under the USAF Expeditionary Operations School (EOS) charged with training and educating all-domain command and control (C2) Mobility Warfighters.

The 435 TRS “Eagles” mission is executed at two locations, Scott AFB, Illinois and, Hurlburt Field, Florida.

The Eagles develop a wide range of mobility professionals from a variety of AFSCs while modifying courses to meet current evolving worldwide operations.  Combined, the squadron delivers 32 C2 courses including Functional and Geographic Air Operations Center training, AMC Command Post, Air Mobility Liaison Officer, Director of Mobility Forces, and Landing Zone Operations.

The 435th  graduates approximately 1,200 students annually who then integrate back with their respective, Wings, MAJCOMs, Air Operations Center or Joint Force Commander directly impacting the global environment and operations.

The EOS Detachment 1, Hurlburt Field, FL activated November 1, 1998, and Detachment 2, Scott AFB, IL activated December 1, 2005, furled their flag and established the 435th TRS on April 14, 2021.