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FACTSHEET | June 4, 2020

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.

(Current as of June 2020)

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