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Department of The Air Force. AF Mission/Vision AF Priorities Air Force Organization – Secretary of the AF – Chief of Staff of the AF – CMSgt of the AF.

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1 Department of The Air Force

2 AF Mission/Vision AF Priorities Air Force Organization – Secretary of the AF – Chief of Staff of the AF – CMSgt of the AF Organizational Chart – Wing, Group, Squadron, FlightOverview

3 To Fly, Fight, and Win in Air, Space, and Cyberspace AF Mission

4 The United States Air Force will be a trusted and reliable joint partner with our sister services known for integrity in all of our activities, including supporting the joint mission first and foremost. We will provide compelling air, space, and cyber capabilities for use by the combatant commanders. We will excel as stewards of all Air Force resources in service to the American people, while providing precise and reliable Global Vigilance, Reach and Power for the nation. AF Vision

5 AF Priorities Continue to strengthen the nuclear enterprise Continue to strengthen the nuclear enterprise Partner with joint and coalition team to win today’s fight Partner with joint and coalition team to win today’s fight Develop and care for Airmen and their families Develop and care for Airmen and their families Modernize our air and space inventories, organizations, and training Modernize our air and space inventories, organizations, and training Recapture acquisition excellence Recapture acquisition excellence

6 Legislative BranchExecutive BranchJudicial Branch POTUS to SECAF Department of Agriculture Department of Defense Department of Energy Department of Education Secretary of the Army Secretary of the Navy Secretary of the Air Force

7 Secretary of the Air Force (SECAF) – Conducts the administrative affairs of the department and is directly responsible to the Secretary of Defense. Handles fiscal spending, production, procurement and legal plans and programs Not directly involved in military operations Air Force Organization Michael B. Donley

8 Chief of Staff of the Air Force (CSAF) – Military head of the AF and directly responsible to the SECAF for the efficiency and operational readiness of the AF Member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Can delegate all functions to Vice Chief of Staff if JCS job demands it Air Force Organization Gen. Larry O. Spencer

9 Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force (CMSAF) – The highest enlisted level of leadership in the air force Represents enlisted interests to the American public and all levels of government Serves as personal advisor to the CSAF and SECAF on all issues regarding the Welfare, readiness, morale and proper Utilization of enlisted force. Air Force Organization CMSAF James A. Roy

10 Secretary of the Air Force Air Force Chief of Staff HQ USAF MAJCOMs Numbers Air Forces Wings Flights USAF Organization Squadrons Groups

11 Major Command’s (MAJCOMs) – Typically commanded by 4-star General – Organized on functional (US) or geographic (overseas) basis – Organize, equip and train their subordinate elements and assigned specific responsibilities based on functions Air Force Organizations

12 Major Command’s (MAJCOMs) – Air Combat Command (ACC) – Air Education and Training Command (AETC) – Air Force Material Command (AFMC) – Air Force Space Command (AFSPC) – Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC) – Air Mobility Command (AMC) – Air Force Reserve Command (AFRC) – Pacific Air Forces (PACAF) – United States Air Forces in Europe (USAFE) – Air Force Global Strike Command (AFGSC) Air Force Organizations

13 Numbered Air Forces (NAFs) – Commanded by a 3-star General – Operational and warfighting functions readiness of assigned forces preparing forces for deployment and employment plans for beddown of forces operational control of forces Air Force Organizations

14 WING COMMANDER WING STAFF COMPTROLLER SQUADRON OPERATIONS GROUP MAINTENANCE GROUP MISSION SUPPORT GROUP MEDICAL GROUP FORCE SUPPORT SQUADRON CIVIL ENGINEER SQUADRON COMMUNICATIONS SQUADRON CONTRACTING SQUADRON LOGISTICS READINESS SQUADRON AERIAL PORT SQ (AS APPLICABLE) MEDICAL SUPPORT SQUADRON MEDICAL OPERATIONS SQUADRON AEROSPACE MEDICINE SQUADRON MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS SQUADRON AIRCRAFT/MISSILE MAINTENANCE SQ MUNITIONS SQ (AS APPLICABLE) OPERATIONS SQUADRON(S) AIR CONTROL SQ (AS APPLICABLE) Typical Wing Structure OPERATIONS SUPPORT SQUADRON MAINTENANCE SQUADRON SECURITY FORCES SQUADRON DENTAL SQUADRON

15 Wing – A wings mission is to develop and maintain the capability to conduct warfare, or support warfare – Only echelon of command that is capable of deploying and sustaining itself for an indefinite length of time – Normally commanded by a 1-star General Air Force Organizations

16 Group – A Wing is made up of 4 Groups Operations Group Maintenance Group Mission Support Group Medical Group – Normally commanded by a Colonel Air Force Organizations

17 Squadron – A Group is made up of numerous Squadrons – Normally commanded by a Lieutenant Colonel – It is the lowest formal echelon of command – Building block of the Air Force – Responsible for conducting the day to day mission of the Wing Air Force Organizations

18 Flight – A Squadron is made up of several flights – Flight Commanders deal with day to day operations and maintenance of the people and equipment Air Force Organizations

19 AF Mission/Vision AF Priorities Air Force Organization – Secretary of the AF – Chief of Staff of the AF – CMSgt of the AF Organizational Chart – Wing, Group, Squadron, FlightSummary


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