The Fightin' Fifty-Fifth
Offutt Air Force Base hosts the 55th Wing. The wing's mission is to provide dominant intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance; electronic attack; command and control; and precision awareness to national leadership and warfighters across the spectrum of conflict any time, any place. One of the wing's units, the 55th Operations Group, operates 46 aircraft, including 13 models of seven different types.
Read the wing history fact sheet here.
The 55th Mission Support Group provides vital mission support for Offutt AFB through engineering, security, mission support, services, supply, transportation, contracting & deployment readiness programs.
The 55th Electronic Combat Group out of Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Ariz., provides combat-ready EC-130H Compass Call aircraft, crews, maintenance and operational support to combatant commanders.
- 755 Operations Support Squadron
- 755 Aircraft Maintenance Squadron
- 41 Electronic Combat Sq
- 41 Electronic Combat Sq Deployed
- 43 Electronic Combat Sq
- 43 Expeditionary Electronic Combat Sq (Deployed)
The 55th Communications Group provides worldwide command, control, communications and computer (C4) systems, information management and combat support to warfighting and national leadership. It also provides communications technology and support to the 55th Wing and 44 tenant units.
The 55th Medical Group supports the 55th Wing, USSTRATCOM, 557th Weather Wing and Team Offutt, providing medical and dental services for more than 27,000 enrolled patients with extensive outpatient clinic capabilities and ancillary support. Additionally, the 55 MDG supports more than 45,000 TRICARE beneficiaries in the greater Omaha area.
Clinic hours are 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday – Friday. The clinic is closed after 12 p.m. on the third Thursday each month for readiness training.
Additional clinic information can be found at http://www.airforcemedicine.af.mil/MTF/Offutt/
The 55th Operations Group, ACC’s largest group, has operational control over 11 squadrons and two detachments worldwide. The Group consists of approximately 2,900 personnel and currently employs 29 aircraft comprised of 6 variants of the OC, WC, TC, & RC-135 aircraft.
55th Operations Group History
The 55th Maintenance Operations Squadron provides centralized direction of all maintenance staff functions providing support to world-wide aircraft reconnaissance missions.
The 55th Maintenance Squadron is a professional team maintaining combat-ready aircraft, equipment and munitions for the 55th Wing's mission.
The 55th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron is a group of 700 military and contractor technicians dedicated to providing mission capable intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance and national command and control aircraft and deployment teams to 12 squadrons in six countries.
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