The 375th Communications Group enables combat power for the 375th Air Mobility Wing in its global reach mission by providing command, control, communications and computer support to the 375th AMW and its 31 tenant units. The group consists of two squadrons and a direct-reporting flight with more than 600 military and civilian personnel who help direct, control and enhance the command and control capabilities for Scott AFB. The two squadrons are 375th Communications Squadron and 375th Communications Support Squadron and the Plans and Resources Flight is a direct reporting flight.
The 375th Communications Squadron enables combat power by providing command, control, communications and computer (C4) systems used by the 375th AMW and its tenant units. The 375th CS is comprised of two flights: The Cyber Operations Flight (SCO) directs and controls communications network infrastructure management capabilities supporting Scott AFB and the AMC mission at Scott. SCO maintains all air traffic control and landing systems, ground radio, base weather equipment, Military Strategic and Tactical Relay Satellite systems, secure communications systems, C2 circuits, base telephone switch and associated equipment, base telecommunications cable infrastructure, and all unclassified (NIPRNET) and classified (SIPRNet) data networks. The Cyber Support Flight (SCP) directs and controls communications, computer and information management capabilities supporting the AMCand joint mission at Scott AFB. One of the most visible portions of SCP is the Consolidated Client Support Technician’s cell and the Communications Focal Point. The CFP provides level-one technical support for Scott AFB customers. The CFP provides technical assistance including network account access and identifying hardware malfunctions. The CFP provides land mobile radio and cellular telephone equipment management. The 618th AOC (TACC) IT Operations Support Section of SCP directs and controls communications and computer capabilities supporting the 618th AOC (TACC) mission. SCP provides exclusive, 24/7 C4 support for more than 1,200 customers across the 618th AOC (TACC). The Systems Support Help Desk is the first look communications and computer support for the 618th AOC (TACC) personnel and coordinates scheduled maintenance requests as it impacts the 618th AOC (TACC). SCP Radio Operations provides 24-hourUHF SATCOM, Combat Tracker II and IG/Exercise support as well as basic telephone troubleshooting for 618th AOC (TACC) customers.
The 375th Communications Support Squadron enables combat power by providing 24/7 situational awareness and monitoring of C4 systems used by DOD, USTRANSCOM, AMC, 18 AF, 618th AOC (TACC) and subordinate units. 375th CSPTS manages and administers AMC’s computer security and information assurance programs and develops network applications and automated processes for AMC. The squadron is comprised of five flights: the Information Assurance Flight (SCC) manages and administers the EMSEC program for AMC while also providing guidance and direction to AMC on certification and accreditation of information systems and networks. The Software Engineering Flight (SCE) develops software applications forAMC customers that speed decision-making and get personnel and cargo to their destination more rapidly. The MAJCOM/Air Force Forces Communication Coordination Center Flight (SCM) provides 24/7 command and control of AMC’s network encompassing 12 bases, 18 C2 systems in more than 150 locations and critical assets throughout the world in support of AMC’s global mission. They serve as the single communications coordination focal point for all of AMC. The Mobility Systems Flight (SCO) provides world-class operations and maintenance support for the Global Command and Control System, Global Support System, AMC Deployment Analysis System, Consolidated Air Mobility Planning System, Command and Control Information Processing System and AMC Transportation systems. The Software Verification Flight (SCV) conducts quality assurance testing for all systems and software developed in 375th CSPTS and government acceptance testing for the Global Air Transportation Execution System. Through their efforts they ensure these products meet the set standards of accuracy, reliability, interoperability and security.
The Plans and Resources Flight enables combat power by managing the application, acquisition and implementation of C4 requirements for DOD, USTRANSCOM, AMC, 18th AF and worldwide ports. It manages all budget requirements, plans and execution for the group. It also maintains and develops plans for training, security strategy and the deployment process for all group personnel.