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, security, contracting, communications services, logistical operations and force support for a 3,600-acre base community supporting 151,000 active-duty military members, civilians and retirees.
The 633rd Mission Support Group organizations are:633rd Civil Engineer Squadron
The 633 CES provides 489 military members and civilians to prepare and sustain natural and built infrastructure on the oldest active Air Force airfield valued at $1.9 billion. The squadron designs, constructs, maintains, and repairs and protects 648 facilities and 3,644 acres, to support 151,000 active-duty military members, civilians and retirees, and $3.4 billion in mission assets. Finally, 633 CES provides broad spectrum services to include fire and emergency services, emergency management, explosive ordnance disposal and asset management.633rd Communications Squadron
The 633 CS provides full-spectrum communications supporting worldwide warfighting missions. The Squadron designs, implements, operates and maintains $180 million in voice, data, network, air traffic & industrial control, and knowledge management systems for Headquarters Air Combat Command, four operational wings, more than 20 major associate units and 470 Department of Defense sites as well as antenna maintenance for 60 sites. Finally, 633 CS manages a $5 million annual budget and 388 people to meet communications needs for 151,000 active-duty military members, civilians and retirees.633rd Contracting Squadron
The 633 CONS provides $1 billion annually in operational and contingency contracting support to combatant commanders, Joint Base Langley-Eustis, 1st Fighter Wing, Headquarters Air Combat Command, U.S. Army TRADOC, and more than 20 associate units. The Squadron enables local and worldwide combat readiness and mission sustainability by partnering with customers to acquire supplies, services and construction requirements on a best value basis. Finally, 633 CONS supports operations and maintenance requirements for two F-22 Raptor squadrons.633rd Logistics Readiness Squadron
provides worldwide expeditionary combat logistics to one of Air Combat Command's largest fighter wings, 40 F-22 Raptors, four alert F-16 Falcons and transient aircraft. The Squadron services Headquarters ACC, 633d Air Base Wing, 1st Fighter Wing, 49 tenant units and six Department of Defense installations, providing $580 million worth of materiel management, transportation, mobility, and fuels. The 633 LRS leads deployment readiness for 7,946 Airmen at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, is responsible for U.S. Army mobility missions embarking from Langley AFB, and supports Operation Noble Eagle missions.633rd Force Support Squadron
The 633 FSS promotes readiness for worldwide warfighting missions by providing superior military and civilian support, leisure and recreation, youth services, lodging, food service, Airmen and family reintegration support, education counseling, enlisted professional military education and manpower resource control. The Squadron supports Headquarters Air Combat Command, 633d Air Base Wing, 1st Fighter Wing, 192 FW, 735th Supply Chain Management Group, 480th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing, and more than 198 units in 11 major commands and forward operating areas, to include 13,000 military members, 5,000 civilians, 33,000 family members, and 100,000 retirees.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 Expeditionary Combat Skills Unit Type Codes (UTCs) and sustains 33 UTCs composed of 240 combat persons, trains 8,700 military members on combat arms, and maintains 10 military working dogs and a 22-vehicle fleet.
(Current as of July 2011)