The 633rd Air Base Wing Command Post supports the missions of the 633rd Air Base Wing, United States Commander In Chief NORAD, United States Central Command and United States Central Command Europe/Strategic Air Command Europe through critical communications with higher headquarters. Command Post Emergency Action Controllers communicate with aircraft, air traffic control facilities, wing agencies, and other command and control centers in support of their diverse taskings. They are the focal point to aggressively monitor, and track all aircraft assigned to the 633 ABW; whether they are home station or deployed, while also tracking the location and actions of wing senior leadership. The 633rd Air Base Wing Command Post is the lead agency in Status Of Resources and Training System reporting, tracking the go-to-war capability of the wing; ensuring it's timely and accurate dissemination to the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
The 633rd Air Base Wing Chaplain's office provides spiritual care and ensures all Airmen and their families have opportunities to exercise their constitutional right to the free exercise of religion. In peacetime, crisis and wartime, our staff offers worship and rites; pastoral counseling; and personal, moral and spiritual growth opportunities for the military community and their family members. The Wing Chaplain's office also advises commanders on religion, ethical concerns and quality of life programs, as well as supports deployments of the 633rd Air Base Wing and 30 associate units including the 1st Fighter Wing, 480th Intelligence Wing and Headquarters Air Combat Command.
The 633rd Air Base Wing Historian authors the official record of all activities pertaining to wing operations. The wing historian is responsible for the management, collection, organization and analysis of primary documents for semiannual historical reports, special studies, heritage pamphlets and other publications. The office provides historical services and answers inquiries that meet the needs of commanders, wing staff, assigned personnel and outside agencies. The wing historian also maintains currency in mobility training and actively participates in worldwide contingency operations.
- 633 ABW/IGI: The 633 ABW/IGI (Inspections Directorate) office is responsible for providing independent, objective evaluations to assigned units through inspections and exercises. IGI also manages the gatekeeper function to synchronize inspection efforts to maximize unit training days available, manage inspection resource usage, and build and align inspection schedules.
- 633 ABW/IGQ: The 633 ABW/IGQ (Complaints Resolution Directorate) supports more than 17,000 combined military and civilian personnel assigned to Joint Base Langley-Eustis. The 633 ABW/IGQ’s primary mission is to promote a credible Air Force Inspector General system by delivering a responsive complaints resolution program (CRP). The Air Force Inspector General’s complaints resolution program is a leadership tool designed to resolve issues affecting Air Force personnel promptly and objectively. To contact the 633 ABW/IGQ for assistance, call the 24/7 Hotline at: 757-764-5162 or send an e-mail to: email@example.com.
The 633rd Air Base Wing Judge Advocate provides legal advice and support to the 633 ABW Commander and more than 40 unit commanders and staff agencies in the areas of military justice, adverse administrative actions and ethics, civil, operations, environmental, labor and contract law. The 633 ABW Judge Advocate also provides preventive law, legal assistance and tax service to a client base of more than 75,000, is responsible for all claims for and against the government and prosecutes civilian offenders in Federal court. Click here to access the Langley Law Center information page.
The 633rd Air Base Wing Public Affairs Office directs the 633 ABW commander's internal and external information programs; supports two F-22A Raptor fighter squadrons; manages internal information for more than 20,000 people; serves as the release authority for public queries; administers community relations among five communities; and manages public affairs for more than 30 associate units. Click here to access the PA Media Center information page.
The 633rd Air Base Wing Equal Opportunity office mission is to improve Joint Base Langley-Eustis' mission effectiveness by promoting an environment free from personal, social or institutional barriers that prevent Air Force and Army members from rising to the highest level of responsibility possible based on their individual merit, fitness and capability. For more information, please visit the official EO page or our Sharepoint site or call the Langley office DSN: 764-5878/77 or the Ft. Eustis office Comm: (757) 878-3727.
The 633rd Air Base Wing Safety office develops, implements, executes and evaluates Langley aviation, ground, weapons, space and system mishap prevention, and nuclear surety programs to preserve combat readiness; conducts research to promote safety awareness and mishap prevention; oversees mishap investigations, evaluates corrective actions and ensures implementation; and develops and directs safety and operational risk management education.
Plans, Programs, Evaluations and Assessments
The 633rd Air Base Wing Plans, Programs, Evaluations and Assessments office plans, schedules and conducts realistic, timely and integrated contingency response and combat employment training; obtains feedback, identify shortfalls, benchmarks and takes action to improve combat readiness; manages and monitors all 633rd Air Base Wing Plans, including higher headquarters plans and local plans as directed by higher headquarters, locally developed supplements to higher headquarters plans, and plans based on local requirements; demonstrates 633rd Air Base Wing's standard in all activities; and continues to identify and eliminate steps in all work processes to improve the operating environment.
633rd Comptroller Squadron
The 633rd Comptroller Squadron provides accounting, finance, budget and cost analysis for the 633rd Air Base Wing and over 30 associate units, including Headquarters Air Combat Command. The squadron also disburses more than $1.45 billion dollars annually; maintains and disburses payroll data for 10,815 military and civilian personnel; provides financial support for worldwide contingencies; and oversees nonappropriated funds and financial management.
(Current as of July 2011)