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AFRC Units Map
Air Force Reserve Command provides three unique missions, two missions of which no one else does in the entire Department of Defense -fixed-wing aerial spray missions to kill mosquitoes in the aftermath of natural disasters, the Hurricane Hunters who monitor hurricanes for the National Weather Service and AFRC works alongside the Air National Guard to provide Modular Airborne Fire Fighting System (MAFFS) Program support which aids the United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service. The Air Force Reserve Command also supports space, flight test, special operations, aerial port operations, civil engineer, security forces, intelligence, military training, communications, mobility support, transportation and services missions. The command is also administratively responsible for all the Air Force's individual mobilization augmentees.





Direct Reporting Units

Air Reserve Personnel Center, Buckley Air Force Base, Colorado
Air Force Recruiting Service, Robins Air Force Base, Georgia
Air Force Reserve Command, Force Generation Center

Det 2 - Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii
Det 3 - Peterson AFB, Colorado
Det 3 OL - Barksdale AFB, Louisiana
Det 3 OL - Offut AFB, Nebraska
Det 4 - Scott AFB, Illinois
Det 4 OL - Joint Base San Antonio, Texas
Det 4 OL - Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio
Det 5 - Robins AFB, Georgia
Det 6 - MacDill AFB, Florida
Det 6 OL - Hurlburt Field, Florida
Det 6 OL - Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia
Det 7 - Bolling AFB, Washington, D.C.
Det 7 OL - Pentagon, Washington, D.C.
Det 8 - USAG Stuttgart, Germany