MacDill Air Force Base

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MacDill Air Force Base (MacDill AFB) is an active United States Air Force installation located 4 miles (6.4 km) south-southwest of downtown Tampa, Florida.wikipedia
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6th Air Mobility Wing

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The "host wing" for MacDill AFB is the 6th Air Mobility Wing (6 AMW), assigned to the Eighteenth Air Force (18AF) of the Air Mobility Command (AMC). MacDill became an Air Mobility Command installation in 1996 and is home to the 6th Air Mobility Wing, its 310th Airlift Squadron flying the C-37A, and its 50th Air Refueling Squadron and 91st Air Refueling Squadron flying the KC-135.
The United States Air Force's 6th Air Mobility Wing is the host wing for MacDill Air Force Base, Florida.

50th Air Refueling Squadron

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MacDill became an Air Mobility Command installation in 1996 and is home to the 6th Air Mobility Wing, its 310th Airlift Squadron flying the C-37A, and its 50th Air Refueling Squadron and 91st Air Refueling Squadron flying the KC-135.
The 50th Air Refueling Squadron was reactivated in October 2017 at MacDill Air Force Base, Florida, where it will fly the Boeing KC-135R Stratotanker under the 6th Air Mobility Wing, assigned to the 6th Operations Group.

310th Airlift Squadron

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MacDill became an Air Mobility Command installation in 1996 and is home to the 6th Air Mobility Wing, its 310th Airlift Squadron flying the C-37A, and its 50th Air Refueling Squadron and 91st Air Refueling Squadron flying the KC-135.
The 310th Airlift Squadron (the Flamingos) is part of the 6th Air Mobility Wing at MacDill Air Force Base, Florida.

91st Air Refueling Squadron

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MacDill became an Air Mobility Command installation in 1996 and is home to the 6th Air Mobility Wing, its 310th Airlift Squadron flying the C-37A, and its 50th Air Refueling Squadron and 91st Air Refueling Squadron flying the KC-135.
The 91st Air Refueling Squadron is part of the 6th Air Mobility Wing at MacDill Air Force Base, Florida.

927th Air Refueling Wing

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The 6 AMW also has a collocated Air Force Reserve "Associate" wing at MacDill, the 927th Air Refueling Wing (927 ARW) of the Air Force Reserve Command (AFRC). The 6 AMW is further augmented by the Air Force Reserve Command's 927th Air Refueling Wing (927 ARW) and 63d Air Refueling Squadron flying the same KC-135s.
It is assigned to the Fourth Air Force of Air Force Reserve Command and is stationed at MacDill Air Force Base, Florida.

63d Air Refueling Squadron

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The 6 AMW is further augmented by the Air Force Reserve Command's 927th Air Refueling Wing (927 ARW) and 63d Air Refueling Squadron flying the same KC-135s.
The 63d Air Refueling Squadron (63 ARS) is a United States Air Force Reserve squadron, assigned to the 927th Operations Group, stationed at MacDill Air Force Base, Florida.

United States Central Command

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The 6 AMW at MacDill AFB operates 16 KC-135R Stratotankers and three C-37A Gulfstream V aircraft, providing day-to-day mission support to more than 3,000 personnel in its immediate command, along with more than 50 mission partners comprising over 12,000 additional personnel, to include the United States Central Command (USCENTCOM), United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM), United States Marine Forces Central Command (USMARCENT), and United States Special Operations Command Central (USSOCCENT).
CENTCOM's main headquarters is located at MacDill Air Force Base, in Tampa, Florida.

Air Mobility Command

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The "host wing" for MacDill AFB is the 6th Air Mobility Wing (6 AMW), assigned to the Eighteenth Air Force (18AF) of the Air Mobility Command (AMC). MacDill became an Air Mobility Command installation in 1996 and is home to the 6th Air Mobility Wing, its 310th Airlift Squadron flying the C-37A, and its 50th Air Refueling Squadron and 91st Air Refueling Squadron flying the KC-135.
6th Air Mobility Wing (C-37, KC-135) at MacDill Air Force Base, Florida

Special Operations Command Central

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The 6 AMW at MacDill AFB operates 16 KC-135R Stratotankers and three C-37A Gulfstream V aircraft, providing day-to-day mission support to more than 3,000 personnel in its immediate command, along with more than 50 mission partners comprising over 12,000 additional personnel, to include the United States Central Command (USCENTCOM), United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM), United States Marine Forces Central Command (USMARCENT), and United States Special Operations Command Central (USSOCCENT).
The command is headquartered at MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, Florida.

99th Air Refueling Squadron

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** 99th Air Refueling Squadron (99 ARS)
The 99th Air Refueling Squadron is part of the 6th Air Mobility Wing at MacDill Air Force Base, Florida, but is stationed at Birmingham Air National Guard Base, Alabama.

6th Operations Group

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6th Operations Group (6 OG)
The 6th Operations Group (6 OG) is the operational flying component of the 6th Air Mobility Wing, stationed at MacDill Air Force Base, Florida.

Strategic Air Command

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During the 1950s and 1960s, it was a Strategic Air Command (SAC) installation for B-47 Stratojet bombers.
MacDill Field, Florida (later MacDill Air Force Base)

598th Range Squadron

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598th Range Squadron (598 RANS) of the 23d Wing of the Air Combat Command (ACC)
The 598 RANS also operates the Deployed Unit Complex (DUC) at MacDill Air Force Base, Florida.

Tactical Air Command

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In the early 1960s, it transitioned to a Tactical Air Command (TAC) installation briefly operating the F-84 Thunderstreak jet fighter before transitioning to the F-4 Phantom II.
In 1961, Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara organized the United States Strike Command at MacDill AFB, Florida to integrate CASF efforts with those of the Strategic Army Corps.

916th Air Refueling Wing

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The 911 ARS is a geographically separated unit (GSU) of the 6 AMW, operating the KC-135R Stratotanker as an "active associate" squadron with the Air Force Reserve Command's 916th Air Refueling Wing (916 ARW) at Seymour Johnson AFB, NC.
911th Air Refueling Squadron - Active Associate unit to the 916 ARW, reporting to the 6th Air Mobility Wing at MacDill AFB, FL

23d Wing

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598th Range Squadron (598 RANS) of the 23d Wing of the Air Combat Command (ACC)
It consists of approximately 6,100 military and civilian personnel, including geographically separated units (GSU) at Nellis AFB, Nevada, Davis-Monthan AFB, Arizona, MacDill AFB, Florida and the Avon Park Air Force Range, Florida.

Gulfstream V

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The 6 AMW at MacDill AFB operates 16 KC-135R Stratotankers and three C-37A Gulfstream V aircraft, providing day-to-day mission support to more than 3,000 personnel in its immediate command, along with more than 50 mission partners comprising over 12,000 additional personnel, to include the United States Central Command (USCENTCOM), United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM), United States Marine Forces Central Command (USMARCENT), and United States Special Operations Command Central (USSOCCENT).
The 6th Air Mobility Wing's 310th Airlift Squadron, MacDill Air Force Base, Florida operates three C-37As.

Leslie MacDill

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MacDill AFB was originally established in 1939 as Southeast Air Base, Tampa. It is named in honor of Colonel Leslie MacDill (1889–1938).
MacDill Air Force Base near Tampa, Florida is named in his honor.

911th Air Refueling Squadron

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** 911th Air Refueling Squadron (911 ARS)
On 3 September 1941 it was attached to the 29th Bombardment Group at MacDill Field, Florida, flying antisubmarine patrols from various locations in south Florida over the Gulf of Mexico and the Florida Straits along the Atlantic Coast.

6th Air Refueling Squadron

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These operations began in February 1941 and were performed by the 6th and 43d Bombardment Squadron flying the B-18 Bolo and B-17 Flying Fortress.
In May, it moved to MacDill Field, Florida, where it was equipped with a mix of pre-production YB-17s and early model Boeing B-17 Flying Fortresses and Douglas B-18 Bolos.

United States Transportation Command

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subordinate unit of the Joint Enabling Capabilities Command (JECC)
Joint Communications Support Element (JCSE) – Provides rapidly deployable, en route, early entry and scalable command, control, communications, computer, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C4ISR) capabilities across the full spectrum of operations in order to facilitate rapid establishment of joint force headquarters and bridge joint C4ISR requirements. JCSE is located at MacDill Air Force Base, Florida.

29th Flying Training Wing

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The 29th Bombardment Group was moved to MacDill Field from Langley Field, Virginia on 21 May 1940.
In May, it moved to MacDill Field, Florida, where it was equipped with a mix of pre-production YB-17s and early model Boeing B-17 Flying Fortresses and Douglas B-18 Bolos.

III Bomber Command

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III Bomber Command, the bombardment arm of 3d Air Force, was headquartered at MacDill Field.
Its last assignment was with Third Air Force stationed at MacDill Field, Florida.

Fourth Air Force

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The 927 ARW is part of the 4th Air Force (4 AF) of Air Force Reserve Command (AFRC).
927th Air Refueling Wing, MacDill AFB, Florida

43d Flying Training Squadron

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These operations began in February 1941 and were performed by the 6th and 43d Bombardment Squadron flying the B-18 Bolo and B-17 Flying Fortress.
In May, it moved to MacDill Field, Florida, where it was equipped with a mix of pre-production YB-17s and early model Boeing B-17 Flying Fortresses and Douglas B-18 Bolos.