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  • ACNS Airmen accelerate change to make PACAF combat ready

    Two Airmen with the 552nd Air Control Wing’s Air Control Networks Squadron office were recognized recently for self-initiating and providing outstanding training and ground support to Pacific Air Force units increasing their mission capabilities and ensuring their unit was combat ready. “These guys

  • 552nd ACW Airmen display skills at Red Flag

    Members of the 552nd Air Control Wing have been putting their critical combat training skills on display on the ground and in skies over Nevada at Red Flag 21-3. Crews from the 964th Airborne Air Control Squadron joined the more than 2,000 participants from 17 states representing the Air Force,

  • The conversion: New E-3 crew concept improves efficiency

    In March 2012, the 552nd Air Control Wing began testing much-needed upgrades to the E-3 Airborne Warning and Control System aircraft. The upgrade emboldened wing leadership to tackle three core issues: manning, maintenance problems of an aging fleet and the high deployment rhythm.

  • E-3 AWACS first airframe in Air Force anthropometrics study

    A team of engineers from the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center’s, Air Force CBRN Defense Systems Branch, Airmen Accommodation Laboratory is on a mission to study height requirements for career enlisted aviators around the Air Force at the 552nd Air Control Wing.

  • 552nd ACW is ‘snow’ mission ready

    Despite two rounds of heavy snow and arctic temperatures this week, the 552nd Air Control Wing remains mission ready, thanks to dedicated Airmen and the help of associated base partners.