The 38th Cyberspace Engineering Installation Group is the Air Force’s single access point for strategic planning, operational engineering and implementation of cyberspace infrastructure. The group has four major focus areas: cyberspace enterprise planning, engineering and implementation; cyberspace operations and long-haul communications contracting support; network optimization and operational engineering.
The 38th also provides critical 72-hour on-call support directly to the warfighter during contingency operations. Finally, the 38th acquires cyberspace technology integration, installation, and operations/sustainment support worldwide, and is the sole provider of active duty engineering and installation capability in the Air Force.
With a workforce of dedicated professionals, the 38th CEIG brings cyberspace tools, talent and technologies to the Air Force.
Today, the 507th ARW consists of three subordinate groups, 11 squadrons and one flight. It employs more than 1,100 men and women. The 507th ARW is made up of citizen Airmen and many live and work in Oklahoma communities, in addition to their reserve commitment in the unit. Approximately 200 members of the 507th are traditional civilian employees or dual status Air Reserve Technicians who serve as a support cadre.
The 507th ARW is one of the more diverse Air Force Reserve units in existence. The wing operates and maintains eight KC-135R “Stratotanker” aircraft, providing worldwide aerial refueling to U.S. military and NATO aircraft. Reservists fly three to four missions daily and offload millions of pounds of fuel in support of operations worldwide. The 507th ARW flies over 4,000 hours annually supporting national defense taskings.
Additionally, the wing serves as the peacetime personnel and support backbone for the 513th Air Control Group (ACC), the Air Force Reserve’s only associate E-3 Sentry Airborne and Warning Control System (AWACS) unit, the 1st Aviation Standards Flight and the 35th Combat Communications Squadron (AFSPC). Expeditionary medical support rounds out the wing to make it one of the Reserve Command’s most valuable assets.
The group was activated at Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma, in 1996, becoming the first Air Combat Command associate organization. The Air Force Reserve’s associate program merges Reserve units with active-duty units at Air Force bases throughout the United States. The program, which began in 1968, creates Reserve units that share joint use of active-duty aircraft and equipment for training and work directly with active duty personnel.
Reservists fly the same missions, establish autonomous Reserve units and maintain the same professional standards as their active-duty counterparts. Associate unit aircrews fly daily on missions throughout the world. The flexibility of the associate program allows a Reserve aircrew member to fly as part of an active-duty crew or with an all-Reserve crew. Associate units also provide aircraft maintenance personnel to maintain the aircraft.
The 513th's subordinate units include the 970th Airborne Air Control Squadron, the 513th Operations Support Squadron, the 513th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron and the 513th Maintenance Squadron.
The mission of the 552nd Air Control Wing is to organize, train, equip and maintain combat-ready forces, aircraft and communications equipment for rapid deployment and employment across the globe, bringing tailorable, sustainable and responsive battle management capability to combatant commanders. As the First to the Battle, our combat excellence today, combined with technology and innovation, will inspire and secure tomorrow’s powerful command, control and Battle Management across the full range of conflict as we fly, fight and win.
SCW-1/TF 124 has direct responsibility over Fleet Air Reconnaissance Squadron 3, Fleet Air Reconnaissance Squadron 4, Fleet Air Reconnaissance Squadron 7, VQ-3 Detachment Travis AFB, Calif., SCW-1 Detachment Offutt AFB, Neb., and VQ-4 Detachment NAS Patuxent River, Md.
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