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

  • Team Andersen demonstrates skills during annual fire muster

    Team Andersen firefighters earned a share of first place after a strong finish during the annual Guam Fire Muster competition in Hagatna, Guam, March 28-29.The annual event brought together members from the Guam Airport Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting division, Guam Fire Department and the Navy

  • Andersen wraps up ESOHCAMP 2008

    Andersen wrapped up the 2008 external Environmental Safety Occupational Health Compliance Assessment Management Program with an out brief to wing leaders March 5. Led by Col. Kelli Ballengee, the Pacific Air Force's bioenvironmental engineer and 23 assessors, the ESOHCAMP ran from Feb. 25-29. The

  • $6.7M LMR site upgrade underway

    The 36th Communications Squadron "Wired Up and Fired Up" team, in coordination with Motorola, U.S. Federal Government Markets Division, are upgrading the military's Land Mobile Radio infrastructure on Guam and moving the LMR repeaters to Mount Alutom. The $6.7 million upgrade began in December 2006

biographies


Col. Kenneth Herndon
Commander


Lt. Col. Charles Kemmerlin
Deputy Commander

CMSgt. Yusef Saad 
Superintendent

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