Joint Base Langley-Eustis

1st Fighter Wing ShieldThe 1st Fighter Wing is composed of the 1st Operations Group and the 1st Maintenance Group that work together to maintain Joint Base Langley-Eustis' F-22 Raptors.

1st Fighter Wing page

The 633rd 633rd Air Base Wing shieldAir Base Wing is comprised of three groups that provide installation support to more than 9,000 military and civilian members, including Headquarters Air Combat Command and three operational wings and providing mission-ready expeditionary Airmen to combatant commanders in support of joint and combined operations worldwide.

Joint Base Langley-Eustis website

Seymour Johnson AFB

4th Fighter Wing shieldThe 4th Fighter Wing is home to the multi-role, all-weather F-15E Strike Eagle and provides worldwide deployable aircraft and Airmen capable of executing combat missions in support of the Aerospace Expeditionary Force. 

Seymour Johnson Air Force Base website

Shaw AFB

20th Fighter Wing ShieldThe 20th Fighter Wing is home to F-16CJs and operates the 55th Fighter Squadron, 77th Fighter Squadron and 79th Fighter Squadron.  As the host wing, it also retains the responsibility for providing facilities, Airmen and material for the base's operation.

Shaw Air Force Base website


459th Fighter Group shieldThe 495th Fighter Group has administrative control of more than 500 active-duty Airmen assigned to active associate units linked to Air Combat Command. The 495th FG integrates active-duty Airmen, Air Reserve Component and Air National Guard units to streamline training, spending and resource use into units called "active associate" units.

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Moody AFB

23rd Wing shieldThe 23rd Wing's mission is to organize train and equip Flying Tigers to rapidly deploy and execute the Global Precision Attack, Personnel Recovery and Agile Combat Support service core functions to meet worldwide Combatant Commander requirements. The 23rd Wing includes the563rd Rescue Group at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona.

Moody Air Force Base website


93rd Air Ground Operations Wing shieldThe 93rd Air Ground Operations Wing activated in 2008 and became the first wing to provide highly-trained ground combat forces capable of integrating air and space power into the ground scheme of fire and maneuver. The wing includes the 820th Base Defense Group.

93rd AGOW page

Davis-Monthan AFB

355th Wing shieldThe 355th Wing is responsible for training and deploying A-10C Thunderbolt II pilots. The 355th's mission is threefold: First, deploy, employ, support and sustain attack airpower and Airmen in support of Combatant Commanders anywhere in the world. Second, train the finest attack pilots for the Combat Air Forces. Third, provide every member of  the Desert Lightning Team with responsive, tailored and mission-focused base support.

Davis Monthan Air Force Base website

Tyndall AFB

325th Fighter Wing ShieldThe 325th Fighter Wing's primary mission is to train and project unrivaled combat power for F-22 Raptor pilots and maintenance personnel to support the combat Air Forces. Training for F-22 pilots is performed in the 43rd Fighter Squadron. The wing manages the southeastern air combat maneuvering instrumentation range and provides mission-ready F-22 air dominance forces in support of the Commander, North American Aerospace Defense Command/1st Air Force contingency plans.

Tyndall Air Force Base website

Hill AFB

388th Fighter WingThe primary mission of the 388th Fighter Wing is to maintain combat readiness to deploy, employ, and sustain F-35A Lightning II aircraft worldwide in support of the national defense. 


388th Fighter Wing website

Mountain Home AFB

366th Wing shieldThe 366th Fighter Wing is home to three fighter squadrons: the 389th Fighter Squadron, 391st Fighter Squadron and a Republic of Singapore 428th Fighter Squadron. The wing has the firepower of more than 50 F-15E Strike Eagle aircraft  and 12 RSAF F-15SG aircraft. The wing includes the 390th Electronic Combat Squadron at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, Washington. 

Mountain Home Air Force Base website

Creech AFB

432nd Wing shieldThe 432nd Wing employs remotely piloted aircraft in combat air patrols to support combatant commander needs and deploys combat support forces worldwide. This includes combat command and control, tactics development, intelligence support, weather support and standardization and evaluation oversight for Air Combat Command, U.S. Air Forces Central Command, Air Force Material Command, the Air National Guard, Air Force Reserve Command and Royal Air Force remotely piloted aircraft units. 

Creech Air Force Base website


432nd Wing shieldDetachment 1, Persistent Attack and Reconnaissance Operations Center (PAROC), located at Creech AFB, is responsible for synchronizing, managing and implementing flying, maintenance, and communications operations across 16 active duty and Air National Guard bases in the contingent U.S. 

PAROC article

Robins AFB

461st Air Control Wing shieldThe 461st Air Control Wing is responsible for operations, maintenance, logistics, training and combat support of the E-8C Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System command and control, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance aircraft, supporting Combatant Commanders.  The wing provides combat-ready theater battlespace management forces at the direction of the Secretary of Defense, operating and supporting these forces worldwide and ensuring combat capability for all operations.

461st ACW page

Tinker AFB

552nd Air Control Wing shieldThe 552nd Air Control Wing provides a combat wing ready to defend the nation and prepared to reapidly deploy forward to the fight abroad.


552nd Air Control Wing website

Nellis AFB

800th RED HORSE Group EmblemThe 800th Rapid Engineer Deployable, Heavy Operational Repair Squadron, Engineer (RED HORSE) Group activated at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, June 1, 2020.The RHG provides the Air Force with a highly mobile civil engineering response force to support contingency and special operations worldwide with its 1,100+ personnel and over 30+ AFSC, including the following specialties: operations civil engineers, emergency managers, vehicle maintenance, supply, logistics plans, services, security forces, communications and medical personnel. 

800th RED HORSE Group fact sheet

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