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  • 2d Weather Squadron, Solar Observing Optical Network

    Mission 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. For decades, SOON has provided the only dedicated, reliable, and operational source of solar optical
  • 557th Weather Wing Headquarters Building

    The Lt. Gen. Thomas S. Moorman building is the headquarters of the 557th Weather Wing at Offutt Air Force Base, Neb. The building was dedicated on Aug. 22, 2008, and is the first facility in the Air Force to earn a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design gold rating by the U.S. Green Building Council.Sustainable SitesConstruction of parking
  • 16th Weather Squadron

    Mission Exploit cutting-edge technologies, science, and innovations to provide responsive, accurate, and relevant weather intelligence to the warfighter and national agencies.Personnel and Resources 16th Weather Squadron manning consists of 55 military, and civilian technical experts, with integrated contractor support, organized into three flights
  • 557th Weather Wing

    On March 27, 2015, the Air Force Weather Agency was officially re-designated as the 557th Weather Wing. As such, the 557th WW stands alone as the Air Force’s premier weather wing, providing world-class weather support and decision superiority to commanders and warfighters to “win today's and tomorrow's fight." This change came about as a result of
  • 14th Weather Squadron

    Mission Collect, protect, and exploit authoritative climate data to optimize military and intelligence operations and planning.Personnel and Resources 14th Weather Squadron is the Air Force’s only climate operations unit, co-located with the National Centers for Environmental Information (formerly the National Climatic Data Center) as part of the
  • 25th Operational Weather Squadron

    Operational Weather Squadrons conduct weather operations in support of Total Force Army and Air Force operations covering a specified geographical region of the world. Weather officers and enlisted weather technicians operate around the clock to provide installation forecasts, aviation hazard decision aids, flight weather briefings, and weather
  • 15th Operational Weather Squadron

    Operational Weather Squadrons conduct weather operations in support of Total Force Army and Air Force operations covering a specified geographical region of the world. Weather officers and enlisted weather technicians operate around the clock to provide installation forecasts, aviation hazard decision aids, flight weather briefings, and weather
  • 2d Weather Squadron

    Mission Deliver DoD-unique environmental capabilities to the joint force and Intelligence Community.Personnel and Resources 2d 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
  • American Forces Network Weather Center

    Mission The American Forces Network Weather Center (AFNWC) produces daily, regionally-focused weather programs covering 85 cities on six continents for the AFN authorized audience overseas.  AFN is often times the only source for English-language broadcasts for U.S. military members, their families and other U.S. government employees serving their
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