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56th Mission Support Group

56th Mission Support Group

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The 56th Mission Support Group’s mission is to “serve Fighter Country with PRIDE.”

P is for Professionalism — All customers we serve should clearly realize they are dealing with Airmen who take their duties seriously. Look like an Airman and serve like an Airman.

R is for Respect — Respect each other (co-workers and customers) on and off duty like our family because we are family.

I is for Innovation — Be bold, think outside the box and solve problems. Make a positive impact today that continues into the future.

D is for Dedication — Apply your absolute best to the task at hand, no matter how large or small.

E is for Enthusiasm — Work enthusiastically to support each other and your customers. Make your work ethic and positive energy contagious.

The group has six squadrons: Civil Engineering, Contracting, Communications, Force Support, Logistics Readiness and Security Forces. The group consists of more than 1,800 members and is responsible for programs including infrastructure management, emergency response, procurement, communications operations and management, personnel management, care and wellness, quality-of-life programs, casualty and mortuary services, logistics, transportation, security, law enforcement and force protection. They serve over 94,000 people, including active-duty personnel, reserve personnel, civilians, students, family and retirees. The group is the most diverse in the wing and partners with the local community to enable the wing’s mission to train the world’s greatest F-35 and F-16 fighter pilots while deploying mission-ready Airmen. The 56th Mission Support Group’s Headquarters is in Bldg. S11, across from the static displays and Club 5/6.

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