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316th Wing

June 12, 2020
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The 316th Wing is the host wing for Joint Base Andrews providing security, personnel, contracting, finance and infrastructure support for 5 Wings, 3 Headquarters, more than 80 tenant organizations, 148 geographically separated units, 6,500 Airmen in the Pentagon, as well as 60,000 Airmen and families in the National Capital Region and around the world. The 316th Wing supports contingency operations in our nation's capital with immediate response rotary-assets. It also provides security for the world's highest visibility flight line and is responsible for ceremonial support with the United States Air Force Arlington Chaplaincy.

 

 

Mission Statement

Project airpower and diplomacy from America's Airfield through Airmen who Respond, Honor, Defend, Sustain and Care

 

Wing Vision

A world-class team of America's Airmen: Empowered, Responsive, Resilient and Ready

Motto

America's Airfield

 

Wing Priorities

• Support the Joint Base Andrews, National Capital Region in daily and contingency operations

• Forward deploy Airmen to support missions around the world

• Sustain and improve our greatest operational asset, America's Airmen

 

Joint Base Andrews Basics

First AF Flight: May 2, 1943

Total Force Strength: Approximately 14,000

Military (Active-duty, Guard, & Reserve): Approximately 12,000

Civilians: Approximately 2,300

Economic Impact: Approximately $1.2 billion

Total Acreage: 6,853

 

316th Aircraft

UH-1N Huey

 

316th Wing Staff Agencies

• Chaplain

• Command Post

• Commander's Action Group

• 316th Comptroller Squadron

• Equal Opportunity

• Historian

• Information Protection

• Inspector General

• Judge Advocate

• Plans and Readiness

• Protocol

• Public Affairs

• Safety

• Sexual Assault Response & Prevention

• Drug Demand Reduction Program

• Community Support

 

316th Mission Support Group 

• 316th Force Support Squadron

• 316th Civil Engineer Squadron

• 316th Contracting Squadron

• 316th Logistics Readiness Squadron

• 316th Force Support Squadron

 

316th Medical Group

• 316th Dental Squadron

• 316th Medical Squadron

• 316th Medical Support Squadron

• 316th Medical Operations Squadron

• 316th Aerospace Medical Squadron

• 316th Surgical Squadron


316th Operations Group 

• 316th Operations Support Squadron

• 1st Helicopter Squadron

 

316th Security Forces Group

• 316th Security Forces Squadron

• 316th Security Support Squadron

• 816th Security Forces Squadron

 

Major Tenants

Air Force District of Washington

Naval Air Facility, Washington D.C.

89th Airlift Wing

113th Wing (D.C. Air National Guard)

459th Air Refueling Wing (Air Force Reserve Command)

Air National Guard Readiness Center

457th Airlift Squadron

744th Communications Squadron

844th Communications Group

Army Jet Detachment

Civil Air Patrol - Andrews Composite Squadron

HQ D.C. Air National Guard

National Guard Bureau

Naval Communications Security Material Systems

VMR, Detachment Andrews (United States Marine Corps)

 

Partner Aircraft

C-20B (89th Airlift Wing, Army Jet Detachment and Naval Air Facility)

C-21 (457th Airlift Squadron)

C-32A (89th Airlift Wing)

C-37A (89th Airlift Wing, Army Jet Detachment and Naval Air Facility)

C-38 (113th Wing, D.C. Air National Guard)

C-40B/C (89th Airlift Wing/113th Wing, D.C. Air National Guard)

C-130 Hercules (Naval Air Facility)

F-16 Fighting Falcon (113th Wing, D.C. Air National Guard)

KC-135R Stratotanker (459th Air Refueling Wing)

UC-12 Huron (Naval Air Facility and VMR, Det Andrews)

UC-35 (Army Jet Det, Naval Air Facility and VMR, Det Andrews)

VC-25, Air Force One (89th Airlift Wing