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  • 505th Command and Control Wing

    The 505th Command and Control Wing (CCW) is the U.S Air Force’s only wing dedicated to operational-level command and control. The wing is made up of a diverse group of Airmen, civilians and contractors who work on many different tasks, but are all dedicated to taking testing, tactics, and training

  • 505th Command and Control Wing History

    The 505th Command and Control Wing started in the Army Air Corps just after World War II. At that time, the 505 CCW was known as the 505th Aircraft Control and Warning Group and was activated in 1947 with assignment to the Fourth Air Force and later the 25th Air Division (Defense). The 505 ACWG was

  • 84th Radar Evaluation Squadron

    The 84th Radar Evaluation Squadron (RADES) at Hill Air Force Base (AFB), Utah, reports to the 505th Test and Training Group headquartered at Hurlburt Field, Florida.  The 84 RADES monitors, evaluates, optimizes, and integrates fixed and mobile long-range radars for both the operational and federal

  • BLUE FLAG Exercise

    BLUE FLAG (BF) exercises create a realistic, operational level, Multi-Domain Command and Control (MDC2) decision environment utilizing high-fidelity constructive and virtual models in a simulated environment. This allows for the development of innovative and full spectrum challenges for the

  • Combined Air Operations Center – eXperimental

    The Combined Air Operations Center – eXperimental (CAOC-X) is the U.S. Air Force test and experimentation platform dedicated to supporting operational command and control (C2) for the Air Operations Center (AOC) and Joint Force’s Air Component Commander (JFACC).  The unit consists of four government