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94th Operations Group

 The operations group commander is responsible to the wing commander for most flight related functions throughout the wing - aerial delivery operations ; aeromedical evacuation; operations support and flying squadron activities; deployable airlift control flight; airfield management, base weather, and air traffic control. Within the operations group at Dobbins Air Reserve Base, the C-130H aircraft and more than 700 highly skilled reservists are assigned.

The mission roles involve buildup and breakdown of palletized cargo; certification of equipment and supplies for air shipment; cargo and passenger manifesting and load planning; airfield operation; routine and tactical combat airland and airdrop of personnel and equipment; aeromedical evacuation, triage, and treatment of casualties; and forward deployed austere operational command and control of airlift support forces.

All of these units are capable of deployment anywhere in the world at a moment's notice in the event of heightened tension, outbreak of hostilities or to support humanitarian missions as dictated by the Nation Command Authority. Recent examples have been the Haiti invasion preparations; deployment to Ramstein AB, Germany, for Bosnian airlift support; Somolian aeromedical evacuation; air logistic support from Incirlik, Turkey; and preparations of hurricane relief supplies. In addition, the 94th AW routinely rotates aircraft/crews to Howard AFB, Panama, for Latin and South American logistic support. On nearly a daily basis, unit personnel fly airlift missions throughout the United States.

Associate Units 

700th Airlift Squadron Command Section
94th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron Airfield Operations
94th Operations Support Squadron Flight Simulator
94th Airlift Control Flight Standardization Evaluation
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