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Air Force Reserve Command.



Commander: Lt. Gen. Charles E. Stenner, Jr.

Headquarters: Robins AFB AFB
abbr.
acid-fast bacillus


AFB Acid-fast bacillus, also 1. Aflatoxin B 2. Aorto-femoral bypass
, Ga.

Command Chief Master Sgt.: Chief Master Sgt. Troy J. McIntosh

Web address: www.afrc.af.mil

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Mission

The mission of the Air Force Reserve is to fly, fight and win ... in air, space and cyberspace.

Responsibilities

It provides the Air Force about 20 percent of its capability with only about 4 percent of the total Air Force budget, while scanning a wide variety of missions. It's the only Department of Defense unit that conducts fixed-wing aerial spray missions. It flies hurricane hunter missions for the National Weather Service. It is administratively responsible for the Air Force's individual mobilization augmentee An individual reservist attending drills who receives training and is preassigned to an Active Component organization, a Selective Service System, or a Federal Emergency Management Agency billet that must be filled on, or shortly after, mobilization.  program.
People
Total Air Force Reservists              67,565
  Traditional Reservists      47,219
  Mobilization Augmentees      9,089
  Air Reserve Technicians      8,745
  Active Guard and Reserve     2,512
Civilians                                3,565
Active Duty                                342

Total                                   71,472


Reserve Mission Capability

It provides 100 percent of the aerial spray mission, 100 percent of the weather reconnaissance mission, 75 percent port mortuary affairs, 60 percent of the aeromedical evacuation missions, 54 percent aerial port, 50 percent combat flight inspection program, 46 percent strategic airlift, 25 percent aerial fire fighting, 23 percent personnel recovery, 23 percent tanker, 21 percent theater airlift, 19 percent intelligence capability, 19 percent of training 5 percent of security forces, 15 percent of air operation centers, 12 percent space missions, 11 percent airborne warning and control missions, 10 percent special operations forces Those Active and Reserve Component forces of the Military Services designated by the Secretary of Defense and specifically organized, trained, and equipped to conduct and support special operations. Also called SOF. , 6 percent bomber, 5 percent unmanned aerial systems and 5 percent of the fighter missions.

Flying Activity

The Reserve Associate Program trains Reserve Airmen to fly and maintain more than 300 active-duty aircraft, including the C-5, C-17, E-3A, F-16C, KC-10, T-1, T-37, T-38 and AT-38. AFRC's unit-owned fleet includes A-10, B-52, C-5, C-9, C-17, C-40, C-130, F-16, HC-130, HH-60, KC-135, MC-130 and WC-130 aircraft. Of its 345 aircraft, in times of war or other special needs, Air Combat Command or Air Mobility Command would gain 97 percent. The remaining aircraft would go to Air Force Special Operations Command Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC) was established 22 May, 1990,with headquarters at Hurlburt Field, Fla. AFSOC is a United States Air Force (USAF) major command and is the air component to the United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM), a unified command .

Organization

The commander of Air Force Reserve Command is also Chief, Air Force Reserve, Washington, D.C.

Headquarters AFRC, Robins AFB, Ga.

* Air Reserve Personnel Center Denver.

* Readiness Management Group, Robins AFB, Ga.

* Air Force Reserve Command Recruiting Service, Robins AFB, Ga.

* The Band of the U.S. Air Force Reserve, Robins AFB, Ga.

* IMA (Interactive Multimedia Association, Annapolis, MD) An earlier trade association founded in 1988 originally as the Interactive Video Industry Association. It provided an open process for adopting existing technologies and was involved in subjects such as networked services, scripting  Readiness Group, Robins AFB, Ga.

4th Air Force, March Air Reserve Base, Calif.

* 349th Air Mobility Wing, Travis AFB, Calif. (C-5A, C-17, KC-10A)

* 433rd Airlift Wing, Lackland AFB, Texas (C-5A)

* 434th Air Refueling Wing, Grissom ARB, Ind. (KC-135R)

* 445th Airlift Wing, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio (C-5)

* 446th Airlift Wing, McChord AFB, Wash. (C-17A)

* 452nd Air Mobility Wing, March ARB, Calif. (C-17, KC-135R)

* 459th Air Refueling Wing, Andrews AFB, Md. (KC-135R)

* 507th Air Refueling Wing, Tinker AFB, Okla. (KC-135R)

** Subordinate flight located in Oklahoma (C-29A)

* 604th Regional Support Group, March ARB, Calif.

* 624th Regional Support Group, Hickam AFB, Hawaii

* 916th Air Refueling Wing, Seymour Johnson AFB, N.C. (KC- 135R)

* 927th Air Refueling Wing, MacDill AFB, Fla. (KC-135R)

* 931st Air Refueling Group, McConnell AFB, Kan. (KC-135R)

* 932nd Airlift Wing, Scott AFB, Ill. (C-9A, C-40)

10th Air Force, Naval Air Station A Naval Air Station is an airbase of the United States Navy. Such bases are used to house Naval Aviation squadrons and support commands. List of Functioning US Naval Air Stations
  • Atlanta, Georgia
  • Brunswick, Maine
  • Corpus Christi, Texas
 Joint Reserve Base, Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth is the fifth-largest city in the state of Texas, 18th-largest city in the United States[1], and voted one of "America’s Most Livable Communities.  

* 44th Fighter Squadron, Davis-Monthan AFB, Ariz. (A-10)

* 301st Fighter Wing, NAS (1) See network access server.

(2) (Network Attached Storage) A specialized file server that connects to the network. A NAS device contains a slimmed-down operating system and a file system and processes only I/O requests by supporting the popular
 JRB Fort Worth, Texas (F-16C/D)

* 301st Fighter Squadron, Holloman AFB, N.M. (F-22)

* 307th Fighter Squadron, Langley AFB, Va. (F-15, F-16)

* 310th Space Wing, Schriever AFB, Colo. (DSP, GPS, DMSP DMSP Defense Meteorological Satellite Program
DMSP Dimethylsulfoniopropionate
DMSP Digital Media Services Platform
DMSP Distributed Mail System Protocol
DMSP Distributed Multimodal Synchronization Protocol
DMSP Depot Maintenance Support Plan
, SMIRS, satellites)

* 340th Flying Training Group, Randolph AFB, Texas (T-1, T-37, T-38, AT-38)

** Subordinate squadrons located at Moody AFB, Ga. (A-10); Vance AFB, Okla. (T-1, T-6, T-38); Columbus AFB, Miss. (T-1, T-6, T-37, T-38); Laughlin AFB, Texas (T-1, T-6, T-38); Sheppard AFB, Texas (T-37, T-38)

* 419th Fighter Wing, Hill AFB, Utah (F-16C/D)

* 442nd Fighter Wing, Whiteman AFB, Mo. (A-10A)

* 476th Fighter Group, Moody AFB, Ga. (A-10)

* 477th Fighter Group, Elmendorf AFB, Alaska (F-22)

* 482nd Fighter Wing, Homestead ARB, Fla. (F-16C/D)

* 610th Regional Support Group, Carswell AFB, Texas

* 917th Wing, Barksdale AFB, La. (A-10, B-52H)

* 919th Special Operations Wing An Air Force special operations wing. Also called SOW. , Duke Field, Fla. (MC-130E)

* 920th Rescue Wing, Patrick AFB, Fla. (HH-60G, HC-130N/P)

* 926th Group, Nellis AFB, Nev. (F-15, F-16, F-22, MQ-1, MQ-9)

** subordinate squadron located at Creech AFB, Nev.

* 943rd Rescue Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, Ariz. (HH-60G)

** Subordinate squadron at Portland IAP (Internet Access Provider) See ISP.

IAP - Internet Access Provider
, Ore.

* 944th Fighter Wing, Luke AFB, Ariz. (F-16C/D)

* 513th Air Control Group, Tinker AFB, Okla. (E-3A)

* 940th Air Refueling Wing (awaiting redesignation), Beale AFB, Calif. (RQ-4, DGS-2)

** 13th Reconnaissance Squadron, Beale AFB, Calif. (RQ-4)

** 50th Intelligence Squadron, Beale AFB, Calif. (DGS-2)

22nd Air Force, Dobbins ARB, Ga.

* 94th Airlift Wing, Dobbins ARB, Ga. (C-130H)

* 302nd Airlift Wing, Peterson AFB, Colo. (C-130H)

** 70th Fight Training Squadron, U.S. Air Force Academy, Colo.

* 315th Airlift Wing, Charleston AFB, S.C. (C-17A)

* 403rd Wing, Keesler AFB, Miss. (WC- 130J, C-130J)

* 413th Flight Test Group, Robins AFB, Ga.

* 439th Airlift Wing, Westover ARB, Mass. (C-5B)

* 440th Airlift Wing, Pope AFB, N.C. (C-130H)

* 512th Airlift Wing, Dover AFB, Del. (C-5A/B, C-17)

* 514th Air Mobility Wing, McGuire AFB, N.J. (KC-10A, C-17)

* 908th Airlift Wing, Maxwell AFB, Ala. (C-130H)

* 910th Airlift Wing, Youngstown ARS, Ohio (C-130H)

* 911th Airlift Wing, Pittsburgh IAP/ARS, Pa. (C-130H)

* 914th Airlift Wing, Niagara Fall IAP/ARS, N.Y. (C-130H)

* 934th Airlift Wing, Minneapolis-St. Paul ARS, Minn. (C-130H)
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Date:Apr 15, 2009
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