36th Operations Group Mission

Vision

World Class Airmen ready to "Fight Tonight"

Mission

Project Combat Power anywhere in the Indo-Pacific Region and around the Globe

Priorities

Recapitalize Ops Infrastructure:

Establish premiere facilities capable of supporting and executing

5th-Generation operations for daily training, alert and contingency environments.

Establish Joint All-Domain Command and Control in the Wing Operations Center:

Expand capabilities and leverage new technologies for mission

synchronization, continuity, and rapid and delegated decision making. 

Modernize Northwest Field Airfield:

Develop NWF to execute current and future contingency requirements.

Enhance Range/Airspace:

Enable and develop high-end training range capabilities on

Guam and the Marianas Island Range Complex (MIRC).

 

Objectives

Identify all operational requirements Provide 24/7 support to theater operations Ensure Airmen have the tools and support to succeed.

 
 
Forecasting the Fight

Forecasting the Fight

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BASH

BASH

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36th Operations Group News

  • B-1B Lancer conducts training in East China Sea

    A 9th Expeditionary Bomb Squadron B-1B Lancer flies over the East China Sea May 6, 2020, during a training mission. The 9th EBS is deployed to Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, as part of a Bomber Task Force supporting Pacific Air Forces’ strategic deterrence missions and commitment to the security

  • Andersen Remains Ready

    A U.S. Navy MH-60S Knighthawk, U.S. Air Force RQ-4 Global Hawk, Navy MQ-4C Triton, Air Force B-52 Stratofortress’, and KC-135 Stratotankers stationed at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, perform an "Elephant Walk" April 13, 2020. The Elephant Walk showcases the 36th Wing's readiness and ability to

  • 815th Flying Jennies deliver airlift ops in Cope North 20

    Broken bones, shards of glass and internal bleeding. When a school bus with no seatbelts rolls over, dozens are left injured, some with life-threatening injuries. The local hospital on a remote Pacific island isn’t equipped to handle the influx of critical patients this unforeseen tragedy has

  • Cope North 20 Joint Forces exhibit aerial prowess

    On a hot flightline with multiple runways that stretch for a combined 22,000 feet long in the heart of the Western Pacific, more than 100 aircraft from the U.S. military, Koku Jieitai (Japan Air Self-Defense Force) and the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) took to the Commonwealth of the North

  • Breaking tradition: airborne sensor operator makes history

    Enclosed in a dimly lit aircraft soaring over the Pacific Ocean, a man intensively stares at images of aerial and maritime threats on his console display. While scanning the screen, he simultaneously details the most accurate, real-time picture of the battlespace to mission crew leaders.

  • 18th AGRS replicates threats during Cope North 2020

    Twelve Soviet-style blue, black and forest flanker-themed F-16 Fighting Falcons took flight from a frigid 20-below-zero airfield in the Alaskan frontier to traverse the Pacific to Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, to unleash havoc during exercise Cope North 2020 (CN20), Feb 12-28.

  • Misawa F-16 pilots integrate with bombers, Koku Jieitai counterparts

    Six U.S. Air Force F-16 Fighting Falcons integrated with two B-52H Stratofortress bombers and 13 Koku Jieitai (Japan Air Self Defense Force or JASDF) F-2s to conduct bilateral and theater familiarization training at Draughon Range near the coast of Misawa, Japan, Feb 3.

  • U.S., Japan and Australian forces kick off COPE NORTH 2020

    More than 100 aircraft will soar over the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands and the Federated States of Micronesia as U.S. forces, Koku Jieitai (Japan Air Self-Defense Force) and the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) collaborates during exercise COPE NORTH, Feb. 12-28.

biographies


Col. Mark Wass
Commander


Lt. Col. Keith O'Halloran
Deputy Commander


CMSgt. Brian Smith
Superintendent

contact us

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Comm: 671-366-3664
Email: june_kate.lariosa@us.af.mil 

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