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  • 17th Operational Weather Squadron

    The 17th Operational Weather Squadron (OWS) is located at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii. The 17 OWS Fighting Geckos are a diverse team of US Air Force Weather, Cyber, and Support Airmen that are equipped and empowered to shape the Information Warfare (IW) landscape in support of USINDOPACOM

  • 2d Weather Support Squadron

    The 2d Weather Support Squadron provides persistent and proactive Defensive Cyber Operations (DCO) in the Weather Enterprises Mission Relevant Terrain - Cyber (MRT-C) to assure Trans-regional, Multifunctional, Multi-domain capabilities, mitigating cyber threats across the competition continuum.

  • 2d Combat Weather Systems Squadron

    The 2d Combat Weather Systems Squadron (2 CWSS) consists of 64 geographically separated military and civilian professionals. Two flights located at Hurlburt Field are functionally aligned with three distinct mission sets; Fixed-based and Tactical Weather Systems Test and Evaluation, Environmental

  • 2d Weather Squadron, Solar Observing Optical Network

    The Air Force has employed a global network of ground-based solar optical observatories known as SOON (the Solar Observing Optical Network) To monitor the sun for flare and sunspot activity that may affect Department of Defense systems. The Solar Observing Optical Network (SOON) provides the only

  • 16th Weather Squadron

    The 16th Weather Squadron is comprised of military and civilian technical experts, with integrated contractor support, and is organized into four flights that enable national outcomes through developing and deploying innovative environmental intelligence products into global weather operations.

  • 14th Weather Squadron

    The 14th Weather Squadron is co-located with the National Centers for Environmental Information (formerly the National Climatic Data Center) as part of the Federal Climate Complex in Asheville, North Carolina. They are a 64-member unit with a mix of military and civilian specialists across three

  • 25th Operational Weather Squadron

    The 25th Operational Weather Squadron (25 OWS), located at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona, generates asymmetric advantage through weather intelligence. The squadron integrates with Department of Defense and inter-agency mission partners to deter National Defense Strategy adversaries and deny

  • 15th Operational Weather Squadron

    The 15th Operational Weather Squadron, located at Scott Air Force Base, Ill., is responsible for producing and disseminating mission planning and execution weather analyses, forecasts, and briefings for Air Force, Army, Guard, Reserve, and combatant command forces operating at 153

  • 2d Weather Squadron

    The 2 WS is a 151-member squadron maintaining global vigilance at seven worldwide sites in support of multiple national security mission sets. The squadron consists of four geographically separated detachments and an operating location, three 24/7/365 operations centers, a broadcast studio, and an

  • American Forces Network Weather Center

    The American Forces Network Weather Center (AFNWC) produces daily weather forecasts covering 76 cities in five continents around the world for all Department of Defense members and their families stationed overseas. The shows include all the comforts of an American news weather broadcast: high and