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  • 365th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group

    The 365th Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) Group, headquartered at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, delivers expert analysis, targeting, training and tactics development for decision-makers, warfighters, and the acquisition community.Building on its expertise and ability to perform intelligence preparation of the operational
  • 414th Combat Training Squadron "Red Flag"

    RED FLAG is a contested combat training exercise involving the air forces of the United States and its allies. It is coordinated at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, and conducted on the vast bombing and gunnery ranges of the Nevada Test and Training Range (NTTR). It is one of a series of advanced training programs administered by the United States Air Force Warfare Center and Nellis Air Force Base.
  • 505th Combat Training Group

    The 505th Combat Training Group’s mission is to expertly and professionally conduct operational assessments/experimentation, develop advanced tactics, and train warfighters for multi-domain integration. They accomplish their mission by being the Combat Air Forces’ recognized experts on integrating, experimenting, and evaluation command and control and intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance weapons systems and sensors for combat employment within the Joint All-Domain construct.
  • 53d Test and Evaluation Group

    As part of the 53d Wing, the 53d Test and Evaluation Group (TEG) is responsible for delivering safe and effective capabilities and tactics that enhance the Combat Air Force's (CAF) lethality and survivability. The group manages and executes Air Combat Command's operational test and evaluation and tactics development for A-10 Thunderbolt II, F-15C/E/EX Strike Eagle, F-16 Viper, F-22 Raptor, F-35 Lightning II, MQ-9 Reaper, HH-60G/W Pave Hawk, HC-130J Combat King II and Guardian Angel weapons systems. Additionally, the group supports foreign military exploitation and advanced technology demonstrations, as well as manages the evaluation of all air-to-air and air-to-ground weapons, mission planning systems, aircrew flight equipment and agile combat support systems.
  • 547th Intelligence Squadron

    547th Intelligence SquadronMissionThe 547th Intelligence Squadron (IS) delivers tailored, decision quality intelligence in a timely and relevant manner to support combat operations. It is a preeminent source for adversary tactics analysis, unit level intelligence support, and threat experts for the United States Air Force.The squadron compiles,
  • 563d Rescue Group, Operating Location-Alpha (OL-A)

    355th Wing Detachment 1MissionThe mission of the 355th Wing Detachment 1 is to provide administrative oversight and operational support for two combat rescue squadrons, the 58th Rescue Squadron and 66th Rescue Squadron and one aircraft maintenance squadron, the 855th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, at Nellis Air Force Base. The Detachment manages
  • 57th Wing

    57th WingThe 57th Wing, as the most diverse wing in the Air Force, provides advanced, realistic, and multi-domain training focused on ensuring dominance through air, space, and cyberspace. The 57th Wing builds innovative leaders in tactics, training and high-end warfighting to ensure world-wide combat air forces are prepared for tomorrow's
  • 64th Aggressor Squadron

    MissionTo prepare warfighters to win in air combat against any adversary.VisionRespected, requested, required air combat adversaries.Lines of EffortKnow, Teach, ReplicatePersonnel and ResourcesThe squadron operates 30 F-16C/M aircraft, providing realistic, threat-representative, near-peer adversary air for high-end US and coalition
  • 66th Rescue Squadron

    Brief HistoryThe 66th Rescue Squadron first took to the air on 14 November 1952 at Royal Air Base Manston, England, flying C-119 “Flying Boxcar” transports, H-19 “Chickasaw” helicopters and SA-16 “Albatross” seaplanes. The unit deactivated on 18 January 1958 and reactivated on 1 March 1991 flying the HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopter. In 1993, the 66 RQS
  • 6th Combat Training Squadron

    MissionThe mission of the 6th Combat Training Squadron (6 CTS) is to train and educate joint fires integrators for today's and tomorrow's battlefield. The 6 CTS trains Joint Terminal Attack Controllers (JTAC), Air Liaison Officers (ALO), Ground Liaison Officers (GLO), and Air Support Operations Center (ASOC)-bound students. It also conducts the

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