Current as of June 15, 2023

Air Combat Command (ACC), headquartered at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Va., is one of ten major commands in the United States Air Force. As a result of its lineal consolidation with Tactical Air Command in September 1992, ACC has performed a myriad of missions during its 30-year history ranging from counter-air, air interdiction and close air support to manned and unmanned intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, air battle management, and offensive/defensive cyberspace operations. For more than seven decades, ACC has served as the primary provider of air combat forces to America's warfighting commanders.

ACC organizes, trains, and equips Airmen who fight in and from multiple domains to control the air, space, and cyberspace. As the lead command for fighter, command and control, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, personnel recovery, persistent attack and reconnaissance, electromagnetic warfare, cyber warfare operations, and information warfare operations, ACC is responsible for providing combat air, space, and cyberspace power and the combat support that assures mission success to America's warfighting commands.