A wing is a level of command below higher headquarters. It has a distinct mission with significant scope and is usually composed of a primary mission group (e.g., operations, training) and the necessary supporting groups. By pulling together the mission and support elements, a wing provides a significant capability under a single commander. It is often responsible for maintaining the installation. A wing has several squadrons in more than one dependent group. A wing may be either an operational wing, an air base wing, or a specialized mission wing.
Public Affairs: The Public Affairs office encompasses the total spectrum of human communication activities. PA specialists use diplomatic expertise to educate the public, while safeguarding details of the wing's endeavors from foreign threats. The office provides video, still photography, social networking and written communication to support the mission.
Inspector General: The Inspector General Office has the following two objectives: Ensuring the wing abides by Air Force policy and investigating when there are allegations of Fraud, Waste and Abuse (FWA) as well as complaints of wrongdoing.
Wing Plans Office: The Wing Plans Office oversees both the short and long range plans of the wing to include developing training and exercise schedules, validating mobility readiness, and projecting future missions and capabilities.
Equal Opportunity Office: The Equal Opportunity Office provides commanders with tools and resources to continuously improve mission effectiveness by promoting an environment free from personal, social or institutional barriers that prevent ANG members from rising to the highest level of responsibility possible.
OPSEC Program Office: The Installation Operations Security (OPSEC) program is run by the Signature Management Officer and Non-commissioned Officer. This team is responsible for ensuring that the unclassified but sensitive information that all wing members, tenants, and families routinely deal with is properly safe guarded in order to protect both the people and the missions of the Horsham Air Guard Station community.
Chapel Staff: The Chapel Staff directly and indirectly supports the free exercise of religion for all Airmen, their families, and other authorized personnel. We provide spiritually based services including religious observances (marriage ceremonies, funerals, and weekend services), act as spiritual guides for life issues (workplace, depression, abuse, crisis, and addiction counseling, etc.), and advise leadership concerning religious matters (religious accommodation, free exercise, ethical/moral responsibilities, etc.)
Base Legal Office:The Legal Office delivers professional, candid, independent counsel and full-spectrum legal capabilities to commanders and service members ensuring forces are always mission ready. A large part of that mission consists of assisting commanders in maintaining good order and discipline as well as providing expert legal assistance and advice to eligible service members, retirees and their dependents on a variety of personal, civil and legal problems such as wills and divorce matters.
Wing Safety Squadron: The Safety Office prioritizes enhanced Airmen readiness through; supported field execution, investigate and prevent mishaps, manage mission risk and foster innovation within the wing.
Human Resource Advisor: The HRO develops and maintains and facilitates team relations with all levels of leadership. The office advises the wing commander on issues leading to enhance the organization's culture in the community it serves, assists wing/unit functional managers with developing a force management plan, strategies, and goals to address human resource development and management, resulting in establishing an organizational environment that enables members to develop their full potential in achieving quality and performance objectives.
Communications Flight: The flight's mission is to maintain the highest state of readiness in order to meet wartime and peacetime commitments, and to provide our customers the most timely and professional communications products and services so that they can successfully accomplish their mission. They also continuously anticipate and prepare for developments within the ever-changing communications field, to provide customers with the most viable, state-of-the-art technological solutions possible.
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The role of the Medical Group is to maintain a group of fully-trained military, medical professionals who actively support the medical needs of the 111th Attack Wing in response to peacetime and wartime tasking; who are completely reliable for a seamless integration into the United States Air Force medical mission; and who respond rapidly to any military or civilian disaster contingency under state or federal authority and to do so with loyalty, honor and pride.
The mission of the 111th Operations Group is to organize, train and equip a team of professional Airmen capable of employing the MQ-9 weapon system to its maximum potential in support of assigned taskings.
111th OSS: No information available at this time
103rd Attack Squadron: No information available at this time
270th EIS provides specialized cyber engineering resources and support assets to accomplish engineering and installation of all C4ISR (Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance) infrastructures and airfield systems for the DoD, USAF, and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Mission Support Group
Logistics Readiness Squadron: The 111th Logistics Readiness Squadron provides outstanding logistics support to effectively execute the Wing's mission and train combat-ready Airmen. The LRS mission set includes operating supply distribution systems, managing storage warehouses, accounting for equipment and property, managing
all base fuel resources, planning and executing Wing deployment operations, maintaining vehicle fleets and shipping and receiving processes.
Security Forces Squadron: The111TH SFS mission is to provide an effective and efficient, rapidly deployable force, that is able to meet any requirement tasked to this unit by the governor or the commander-in-chief. that mission includes the unit's ability to integrate, as an equal partner, with similar Reserve and active0duty partners as dictated by world-wide mobility requirements and perform this mission without delay.
Communications Flight: The comm flight continuously anticipates and prepare for developments within the ever-changing communications field, provides customers with the most viable, state-of-the-art technological solutions possible, and provide the most timely and professional communications products and services to accomplish their mission.
201st RED HORSE Det.1: RED HORSE is a rapid deployable construction unit capable of horizontal and vertical construction to include runways, roads, bridges and buildings in the most austere of locations. The unit has been termed the "multi-tool of the Air Force".
CE Flight:No information available at this time
Force Sustainment: No information available at this time -- Student Flight: