36TH MUNITIONS SQUADRON
Published July 11, 2012
To provide the firepower behind the 36th Wing's Pacific Airpower. The munitions squadron stores, inspects, maintains and accounts for the largest munitions stockpile in Pacific Air Forces and assembles and delivers these munitions to deployed combat aircraft during wartime or contingency operations. 36 MUNS is responsible for a huge storage area spanning over 5500 acres and encompassing 143 storage facilities, 7 operating locations, 23 sited storage revetments, and 160 non-sited revetments.
The Material Flight is entrusted with the health of Andersen's stockpile which is valued in excess of $1.28 billion. They ensure proper storage practices are utilized, inspect and maintain these munitions and ensure accountability of over 9 million individual items.
The Systems Flight exercises control over all activities that occur within the munitions arena. They direct all daily operations, emergency response and ensure proper combat support. The flight is also responsible for managing plans and scheduling, training and resources. This includes upgrade, ancillary and augmentee training and personnel reporting, manning and mobility programs to ensure readiness.
The Production Flight provides assembly and delivery capability of all munitions types employed from Andersen. They maintain assembly proficiency for over 30 types of bombs, missiles and countermeasures. They also maintain munitions handling trailers and associated handling equipment, and deliver munitions to the flight line.
The CALCM Flight is charged with maintaining the largest Conventional Air Launched Cruise Missile stockpile in the Air Force as well as providing world-class weapons release system support. They perform periodic inspections and testing, field level modifications and repair as necessary. The flight also maintains bomber interface equipment specifically for CALCMs.