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103d Aero Squadron
Prior to the U.S. joining WWI, there were a large number of American pilots flying for France.  The first and most famous were 38 men flying in an all American squadron that eventually became known as the Lafayette Escadrille (N124 and SPA124 were the unit's designations).  These men were the first Americans to fly and fight in WWI, becoming the MORE
192D Fighter Wing
The 192D Fighter Wing is an Air National Guard component of the Virginia National Guard, located in Sandston, Va., and Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Va. As one of the National Guard components of Virginia, the 192 FW augments the active-duty Air Force components in the performance of their missions and other joint forces operations. Mission The MORE
1st Aircraft Maintenance Squadron
The 1 AMXS is the focal point for the 1st Fighter Wing's combat sortie generation operations. The 1 AMXS directs the efforts of 814 aircraft maintenance and support personnel; manages a $23-million equipment inventory to sustain more than 25 F-22Aaircraft valued at $2.3 billion; and ensures mission-capable aircraft are available to support the MORE
1st Component Maintenance Squadron
The 1 CMS provides on-equipment and intermediate maintenance on the wing's F-22 aircraft avionics and accessories systems as well as a fleet of F100-PW-100 and F119-PW-100 engines; calibrates and repairs test, measurement, and diagnostic equipment; and prepares to mobilize, deploy and sustain worldwide combat and contingency air superiority MORE
1st Equipment Maintenance Squadron
The 1 EMS maintains a combat-ready wing of F-22  aircraft and support equipment prepared to mobilize, deploy and sustain worldwide combat/contingency air-superiority operations in support of three fighter squadrons; performs all structural and armament system maintenance, corrosion prevention and aircraft painting; and stores, maintains and builds MORE
1st Fighter Wing
The 1st Fighter Wing operates and maintains the F-22 Raptor. To accomplish their mission, the men and women of the 1st Fighter Wing work in one of two groups: the Operations Group or the Maintenance Group. Eight squadrons comprise the two groups, which includes two fighter squadrons: the 27 FS known as the Fightin' Eagles and the 94 FS known as the MORE
1st Maintenance Group
The 1st Maintenance Group provides aircraft maintenance for one of Air Combat Command's largest wings, with more than 30 associate organizations and Headquarters ACC.The 1 MXG is responsible for worldwide rapid deployment and employment of combat-ready/mission-capable F-22 Raptor that is new to Langley, as the first operational F-22 squadrons MORE
1st Maintenance Operations Squadron
The 1 MOS is the 1 FW's focal point for maintaining the combat readiness of its F-22 Raptor fleet and the combat readiness of the maintenance group aviators. The 1 MOS manages instructional qualification program for F-15C/D aircraft and all maintenance-related AFSCs and the wing skill level upgrade and Status of Training programs. It is also MORE
1st Operations Group
The 1st Operations Group directs the training and employment of two F-22 air dominance squadrons and an operations support squadron. The group's flying squadrons maintain the F-22 air superiority fighter aircraft.The group is responsible for 300 people, $3 billion in resources, and more than 18,000 flight hours annually.In addition to carrying out MORE
1st Operations Support Squadron
The 1 OSS is responsible for all facets of airfield operations, or ops, air traffic control, weather, aircrew life support and training, intelligence analysis and support, weapons and tactics training, 1 FW battle staff operations, airspace scheduling, range ops and wing flying hour program for two fighter squadrons. MORE