36th Mission Support Group

MISSION
To provide day-to-day mission support to more than 9,000 military, civilian, dependent and retired personnel and 15 associate units. Maintains expeditionary capability for AF missions deploying to, originating from and transiting through Andersen AFB. Span of control includes Civil Engineering, Communications and Information, Contracting, Logistics Readiness, Mission Support (Personnel), Security Forces and Services.
36th Security Forces Presses on Under COVID-19 Conditions

36th Security Forces Presses on Under COVID-19 Conditions


36th Security Forces K9

36th Security Forces K9


9/11 Memorial Climb

9/11 Memorial Climb


Firefighters Conduct Training

Firefighters Conduct Training


First line of defense improvements

First line of defense improvements


Before the Boom

Before the Boom

EOD Airman risk it all to save lives, protect property
Cooking With Heart

Cooking With Heart


Power Production Load Shedding

Power Production Load Shedding


New Body Composition Test

New Body Composition Test


Police Week Defender Challenge

Police Week Defender Challenge


36th Mission Support News

  • Andersen opens doors to renovated dining facility

    The Magellan Inn, Andersen Air Force Base’s dining facility, opened its doors to the base May 26 after more than a year of renovations to help improve the quality of life for Team Andersen.Airmen assigned to the 36th Civil Engineer Squadron led the construction efforts with assistance from Naval

  • Guam recognizes outstanding emergency responders

    Emergency response teams participated in a parade of lights and sirens through Hagåtña and Adelup, Guam, May 16. The parade commemorated a proclamation signing, which recognized the week of May 15-21 as Emergency Medical Services Week. Four Airmen from the 36th Medical Group and 36th Civil Engineer

  • More than big green trucks: How Andersen Airmen fuel the fight

    From the very big to the very small, when aircraft on the flightline need energy for the long and short hauls across the Pacific, Airmen with the 36th Logistics Readiness Squadron fuels management flight stand ready to refuel.Whether driving the ubiquitous green refueling trucks or verifying the

  • High-intensity training keeps Airman fit to fight

    (This feature is part of the "Through Airmen's Eyes" series. These stories focus on a single Airman, highlighting their Air Force story.)Almost every day after work he shows up at his home away from home. People working on pull-ups, power lifts and handstands are all comforting sight for 1st Lt.

  • Andersen technicians combat power shortage, conserve energy

    In order to beat the island's heat, Guam residents rely on electric fans, refrigerators and air conditioners on a daily basis. All of these appliances require energy to ensure everyone's well-being.Members of Team Andersen were recently reminded how crucial electricity is on the island when Guam

  • Andersen technicians combat power shortage, conserve energy

    In order to beat the island's heat, Guam residents rely on electric fans, refrigerators and air conditioners on a daily basis. All of these appliances require energy to ensure everyone's well-being.Members of Team Andersen were recently reminded how crucial electricity is on the island when Guam

  • Keeping the badge polished: 36th SFS unveils new memorial

    The 36th Security Forces Squadron unveiled a new memorial in its halls Aug. 6 at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam.The memorial honors fallen defenders who supported Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom."We hope that when people see this memorial, they are reminded of the work security

biographies


Col. Kenneth Herndon
Commander


Lt. Col. Charles Kemmerlin
Deputy Commander

CMSgt. Yusef Saad 
Superintendent

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