Joint Base Langley-Eustis

 
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633rd Medical Group
The 633rd Medical Group works and trains as a team to maintain a maximum state of readiness for any contingency while providing quality service to its internal and external customers. The group's 900 personnel maintain a full-service, 65-bed hospital providing inpatient, outpatient and emergent care. The group operates a satellite pharmacy at the MORE
633rd Medical Operations Squadron
The 633 MDOS works and trains together as a team to maintain a maximum state of readiness for any contingency while providing quality service to internal and external customers. (Current as of July 2011) MORE
633rd Medical Support Squadron
The 633 MDSS supports Joint Base Langley-Eustis along with the eligible beneficiary population, Air Combat Command, the Department of Defense, and our nation's security by providing health support for the full range of military deployments and sustaining the health of members of the Armed Forces, their families and others to advance our national MORE
633rd Mission Support Group
The 633rd Mission Support Group provides mission-ready expeditionary Airmen to COCOM operations worldwide. As Air Combat Command's largest group and only joint base, its 2,700 personnel across six squadrons provide mission support for HQ ACC, four operational wings and more than 20 major associate units. The Group provides civil engineering, MORE
633rd Mission Support Squadron
The 633 MSS promotes readiness for worldwide warfighting missions by providing quality military and civilian personnel support, education counseling and services, family support programs and enlisted professional military education to the 633rd Air Base Wing, Headquarters Air Combat Command, and more than 140 units in 11 different major commands MORE
633rd Security Forces Squadron
The 633 SFS provides 350 deployable forces to combatant commanders and force protection for $4.5 billion in Department of Defense assets, 11,000 base personnel and 61,000 retirees and family members. The Squadron secures two squadrons of F-22 Raptors and an F-16 Falcon alert response squadron. The 633 SFS also functions as the pilot unit for 17 MORE
71st Fighter Training Squadron
The 71st Fighter Training Squadron, also referred to as the Ironmen, is one of three flying squadrons assigned to the 1st Fighter Wing, Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia. The squadron's mission is to provide professional adversary air support to enhance the 1st Fighter Wing's F-22 combat capability.The 71st was formed December 14th, 1940, as the MORE
733rd Logistics Readiness Squadron
The 733rd Logistics Readiness Squadron manages logistics programs for Joint Base Langley-Eustis.  Customer-focused support consists of transportation, supply, fuel, vehicle management and mobility operations for installation and tenant activities.  The squadron supports and sustains JBLE's F-22 and T-38 fleet, as well as five wings.The squadron is MORE
733rd Mission Support Group
The mission of the 733rd Mission Support Group is to provide garrison support in crisis and emergency management, mail operations, installation and Rapid Port Opening Element support and exercise development to sustain Soldiers and customers in accomplishing the Joint Base Langley-Eustis mission. TEST TEST TEST MORE
94th Fighter Squadron
The 94th Fighter Squadron is the second oldest fighter squadron in America's history. They are tasked to provide air superiority for the United States and allied forces by engaging and destroying enemy forces, equipment, defenses or installations for global deployment as part of the 1st Fighter Wing. The 94th flies today's advanced air dominance MORE

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