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Logo for the 437th Airlift Wing

 

437th AIRLIFT WING

 

 


MISSION:

Provide GLOBAL MOBILITY for Combatant Commanders -- anything, anytime, anywhere

VISION:

A winning team of professionals committed to increase security across the globe

MOTTO:

Be the competitive advantage!

PRIORITIES:

JCS Alert
HHQ Taskings
OPLAN Preparedness
Airmen and Family Care

LINES OF EFFORT:

Personnel
Iron
Infrastructure
Readiness
Relationships

 

 

   

About

Headquartered at Joint Base Charleston, S.C., the 437th Airlift Wing commands the base's premier active-duty flying wing. The wing flies and maintains one of the largest fleets of C-17 aircraft in the Air Force, providing a significant portion of Air Mobility Command’s Global Reach airlift capability. The wing is comprised of the 437th Operations Group, the 437th Maintenance Group and a wing staff element. The wing conducts operations in close coordination with Joint Base Charleston's premier reserve flying wing - the 315th Airlift Wing.

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Leadership



  Col. Samuel M. Todd   
Commander

 

437th Operations Group

The 437th Operations Group is responsible for operating 41 C-17 aircraft valued at $9.2 billion through a workforce of four squadrons and one flight comprised of 1,300 military and civilian personnel supporting Department of Defense tactical airdrop, worldwide airlift, and aeromedical evacuation support. Additionally, the group oversees a budget of $12.7 million and develops long-range logistics support for Joint Base Charleston's flying activities.

 

14th Airlift Squadron

15th Airlift Squadron

16th Airlift Squadron

437th Operations Support Squadron

437th  Maintenance Group

The 437th Maintenance Group is responsible for maintaining 41 C-17 aircraft valued at $9.2 billion through a workforce of four squadrons comprised of 1,600 military and civilian personnel supporting Department of Defense tactical airdrop, worldwide airlift and aeromedical evacuation support. Additionally, the group oversees a budget of $26.1 million and develops long-range logistics support for Joint Base Charleston's flying activities.

 

437th Maintenance Squadron

437th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron

437th Maintenance Operations Squadron

437th Aerial Port Squadron