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Structure of the United States armed forces

Structure of the United States armed forces
United States Armed Forces • Principal Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) • Director for Program Analysis and Evaluation • Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics • Director of Defense Research and Engineering • Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition and Technology) • Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Logistics and Material Readiness) • Assistant to the Secretary of Defense (Nuclear and Chemical and Biological Defense Programs) • Director of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization • Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition Reform) • Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Advanced Systems and Concepts) • Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Environmental Security) • Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Industrial Affairs) • Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Installations) • Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Science and Technology) • Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness • Assistant Secretary of Defense (Force Management Policy) • Assistant Secretary of Defense (Health Affairs) • Assistant Secretary of Defense (Reserve Affairs) • Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Readiness) • Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Program Integration) • Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Planning) • Under Secretary of Defense for Policy • Principal Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Policy) • Assistant Secretary of Defense (International Security Affairs)

Commander-in-Chief: Secretary of Defense: Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff: Military budget: Employees:

Barack Obama Robert M. Gates Michael Mullen $623.0 billion (2008 official) 700,000 civilian 2.8 million military (2008)

The structure of the United States armed forces is a chain of command leading from the President (as commander-in-chief) to the newest recruits. The United States armed forces are organized through the United States Department of Defense, which oversees a complex and complicated structure of joint command and control functions with many units reporting to various commanding officers. The following is a necessarily incomplete list of the various major military units, commands, and DOD offices and agencies, including civilian and military chains of command.

Department of Defense
• Secretary of Defense: Robert Gates • Deputy Secretary of Defense: Gordon R. England

Office of the Secretary of Defense
• Under Secretary of Defense Comptroller/ Chief Financial Officer

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• Assistant Secretary of Defense (Strategy and Threat Reduction) • Assistant Secretary of Defense (Special Operations and Low-Intensity Conflict) • Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Policy Support) • Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Technology Security Policy) • Defense Advisor, U.S. Mission NATO • Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence • Assistant Secretary of Defense (Command, Control, Communications, and Intelligence) • Assistant Secretary of Defense (Legislative Affairs) • Assistant Secretary of Defense (Public Affairs) • General Counsel of the DoD • Director of Operational Test and Evaluation • Assistant to the Secretary of Defense (Intelligence Oversight) • Director of Administration and Management • Director of Net Assessment Inspector General’s Office • Inspector General of the Department of Defense: Thomas F. Gimble • Principal Deputy Inspector General • Dean of Instruction • EEO • Senior Military Officer • Assistant Inspector General for Administration and Management • Assistant Inspector General, Congressional/Committee Liaison • General Counsel • Deputy Inspector General for Auditing • Principal Assistant Inspector General (Audit) • Assistant Inspector General (Auditing) • Deputy Assistant Inspector General (Auditing) • Service Audit Agencies • Deputy Inspector General for Policy and Oversight • Assistant Inspector General (Audit Policy Oversight) • Assistant Inspector General (Inspection & Evaluations) • Assistant Inspector General (Investigation Policy & Oversight) • Director of Hotline

Structure of the United States armed forces
• Director of AFU • Director of QMD • Director of TAD • Director of Data Mining • Service Inspector Generals • Deputy Inspector General for Investigations • Director for Investigations of Senior Officials • Director for Military Reprisal Investigation • Director for Civilian Reprisal Investigation • Director for Defense Criminal Investigative Service • Deputy Director for Defense Criminal Investigative Service • U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command • Naval Criminal Investigative Service • Air Force Office of Special Investigations • Deputy Inspector General for Intelligence • Deputy Assistant Inspector General (Intelligence Audits) • Deputy Assistant Inspector General (Intelligence Evaluation) • National Reconnaissance Office • Defense Intelligence Agency • National Security Agency • National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency

Joint Chiefs of Staff and Joint Staff

Joint Chiefs of Staff and Joint Staff Organizational Chart

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• Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff: Admiral Michael Mullen, USN • Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff: General James E. Cartwright, USMC • Chief of Naval Operations: Admiral Gary Roughead, USN • Chief of Staff of the United States Army: General George Casey, USAR • Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force: General T. Michael Moseley, USAF • Commandant of the Marine Corps: General James T. Conway, USMC Joint Staff • Assistant to the Chairman: Lieutenant General William M. Fraser III • Senior Enlisted Advisor of the Chairman: Command Sergeant Major William Joseph Gainey, USAR • Director, the Joint Staff: Lieutenant General Walter L. Sharp • Manpower and Personnel (J-1) • Joint Staff Intelligence (J-2) • Operations (J-3) • Logistics (J-4) • Strategic Plans and Policy (J-5) • Command, Control, Communications and Computer Systems (J-6) • Operational Plans and Interoperability (J-7) • Force Structure Resources and Assessment (J-8) • Directorate of Management

Structure of the United States armed forces
United States Naval Observatory Naval Strike and Air Warfare Center Naval Safety Center Naval Security Group Command Naval Reserve Forces Operational Test & Evaluation Forces • Naval Special Warfare Command • U.S. Naval Forces Central Command • Naval Network Warfare Command [1] • U.S. Naval Forces Europe • Military Sealift Command • U.S. Fleet Forces Command • U.S. Pacific Fleet • Naval Installations Command Commandant of the Marine Corps Chief of Information Chief of Legislative Affairs Auditor General Assistant for Administration Director of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research, Development, and Acquisition) • Chief of Naval Research Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Manpower and Reserve Affairs) Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Financial Management and Comptroller) Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Installations and Environment) General Counsel of the Department of the Navy Chief Information Officer Judge Advocate General of the Navy Naval Inspector General Director of Program Appraisal • • • • • •

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Department of the Navy
• Secretary of the Navy • Under Secretary of the Navy • Chief of Naval Operations • Bureau of Naval Personnel • Bureau of Medicine and Surgery • Naval Sea Systems Command • Naval Air Systems Command • Naval Facilities Engineering Command • Naval Supply Systems Command • Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command • Strategic Systems Command • United States Naval Academy • Naval Education and Training Command • Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command • Naval Legal Service Command

Department of the Army
• Secretary of the Army • Under Secretary of the Army • Inspector General of the Army • Army Auditor General • Deputy Under Secretary of the Army • Deputy Under Secretary of the Army for Business Transformation • Chief, Legislative Liaison • Chief, Public Affairs • Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization Office • General Counsel of the Army

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• Administrative Assistant to the Secretary of the Army • Assistant Secretary of the Army (Acquisition, Logistics and Technology) • Assistant Secretary of the Army (Civil Works) • Assistant Secretary of the Army (Financial Management and Comptroller) • Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations and Environment) • Assistant Secretary of the Army (Manpower and Reserve Affairs) • Chief Information Officer • United States Army Network Enterprise Technology Command/ 9th Signal Command • Director, Army Staff • The United States Military Academy • United States Army Intelligence and Security Command • United States Army Test and Evaluation Command • United States Army Criminal Investigation Command • United States Army Medical Command • United States Army Military District of Washington • United States Army Corps of Engineers • United States Army Reserve Command • United States Army Acquisition Support Center • Chief of Staff of the Army • Vice Chief of Staff of the Army • Surgeon General of the Army • Chief, National Guard Bureau • Chief, Army Reserve • Judge Advocate General • Chief of Chaplains • Sergeant Major of the Army • Deputy Chief of Staff (Logistics) (G-4) • Chief of Engineers • Deputy Chief of Staff (Programs) (G-8) • Assistant Chief of Staff, Installation Management • United States Army Installation Management Command • Deputy Chief of Staff (Manpower) (G-1)

Structure of the United States armed forces
• Deputy Chief of Staff (Intelligence) (G-2) • Deputy Chief of Staff (Plans, Operations and Transformation) (G-3/5/7) • United States Army Training and Doctrine Command • United States Army Materiel Command • United States Army Forces Command • United States Army Central • United States Army Europe • United States Army North • United States Army South • United States Army Pacific • United States Army Special Operations Command • Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command • United States Army Space and Missile and Defense Command/ Army Strategic Command • Eighth Army

Department of the Air Force
• Secretary of the Air Force • Under Secretary of the Air Force • Administrative Assistant • Auditor General • Assistant Secretary of the Air Force (Acquisition) • Director of Communication • Assistant Secretary of the Air Force (Financial Management and Comptroller) • Assistant Secretary of the Air Force (Installations, Environment and Logistics) • Deputy Under Secretary of the Air Force (International Affairs) • Assistant Secretary of the Air Force (Manpower and Reserve Affairs) • Director of Public Affairs • Director, Legislative Liaison • Inspector General of the Air Force • General Counsel of the Air Force • Chief of Warfighting Integration • Chief Information Officer • Air Force Historian • Director of Test and Evaluation • Chief Scientist of the Air Force • • Air Force Chief of Staff • Air Force Vice Chief of Staff

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Structure of the United States armed forces

Leadership
• Commander, USCENTCOM: General David H. Petraeus, USA

U.S. European Command
Leadership
Air Staff Organizational Chart • Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force • Deputy Chief of Staff (Personnel) (A1) • Deputy Chief of Staff (Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance) (A2) • Deputy Chief of Staff (Air, Space and Information Operations, Plans and Requirements) (A3/5) • Deputy Chief of Staff (Logistics, Installations and Mission Support) (A4/7) • Deputy Chief of Staff (Strategic Plans and Programs) (A8) • Director for Studies Analyses, Assessments and Lessons Learned (A9) • Chief of Chaplains • Judge Advocate General • Chief, Air Force Reserve • Chief of Safety • Surgeon General of the Air Force • Director, Air National Guard • Air Combat Command • Air Education and Training Command • Air Force Material Command • Air Force Reserve Command • Air Force Space Command • Air Force Special Operations Command • Air Force Cyber Command • Air Mobility Command • Pacific Air Forces • U.S. Air Forces in Europe • Commander, USEUCOM: General Bantz J. Craddock, USA • Deputy Commander, USEUCOM: • Chief of Staff: Major General William D. Catto • Command Master Chief: Command Sergeant Major Mark Farley

Order of Battle
• US Army Europe (USAREUR), 7th US Army • Multinational Task Force (East) (Kosovo, Yugoslavia) • V Corps (Heidelberg, Germany) • 1st Armored Division (Wiesbaden, Germany) • 1st Brigade, 1st Armored Division (Friedberg, Germany) • 2nd Brigade, 1st Armored Division (Baumholder, Germany) • 2nd Brigade, 1st Infantry Division (Schweinfurt, Germany) • 3rd Brigade, 1st Armored Division (Fort Riley, Kansas) • 12th Combat Aviation Brigade (Ansbach, Germany) • 1st Armored Division Artillery (Baumholder, Germany) • 1st Armored Division Engineers (Giessen, Germany) • 1st Armored Division Support Command (Wiesbaden, Germany) • Separate Units (Hessen, Germany) • 1st Armored Division Band • 1st Armored Division HHC • 141st Signal Battalion • 501st Military Intelligence Battalion • 501st Military Police Company • 2d Stryker Cavalry Regiment Stryker Brigade Combat Team (Vilseck, Germany) • 18th Engineer Brigade (Heidelberg, Germany) • 69th Air Defense Artillery Brigade (Wuerzburg, Germany)

U.S. Africa Command
Leadership
• Commander, USAFRICOM: General William E. Ward, USA

U.S. Central Command
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• 130th Engineer Brigade • 205th Military Intelligence Brigade • V Corps Artillery • Special Troops Battalion Southern European Task Force (Airborne) (Vicenza, Italy) 21st Theater Support Command (Kaiserslautern, Germany) 3rd Corps Support Command (Wiesbaden, Germany) 7th Army Reserve Command (Schwetzingen, Germany) Joint Multinational Training Command (Grafenwoehr, Germany) 5th Signal Command (Mannheim, Germany) 1st Personnel Command (Schwetzingen, Germany) 266th Finance Command (Heidelberg, Germany) Europe Regional Medical Command (Heidelberg, Germany)

Structure of the United States armed forces
• Command Senior Enlisted Leader: Command Sergeant Major Daniel R. Wood

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Order of Battle
• United States Northern Command (USNORTHCOM) (Peterson AFB, CO) • North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) (Peterson AFB, CO) • Cheyenne Mountain Operations Center (Peterson AFB, CO) • 1st Air Force / Continental US (CONUS) NORAD Region (Tyndall AFB, FL) • Eastern Air Defense Sector (The Northeast took over the Southeast’s role in 2007) (NY ANG) (Rome, NY) • 104th Fighter Wing (MA ANG) (F-15C, C-26B) (Barnes MAP, MA) • 125th Fighter Wing (FL ANG) (F-15A/B, C-26B) (Jacksonville IAP, FL) • Detachment 1 (FL ANG) (F-15A/B) (Homestead ARB, FL) • 158th Fighter Wing (VT ANG) (F-16C/D, C-26B) (Burlington IAP, VT) • Detachment 1, 119th Fighter Wing (ND ANG) (F-16A/B (Langley AFB, VA) • Western Air Defense Sector (WA ANG) (McChord AFB, WA) • 142nd Fighter Wing (OR ANG) (F-15A/B, C-26B) (Portland IAP, OR) • 119th Fighter Wing (ND ANG) (F-16A/B, C-26B) (Hector Fd, ND) • 120th Fighter Wing (MT ANG) (F-16A/B, C-26B) (Great Falls IAP, MT) • 144th Fighter Wing (CA ANG) (F-16C/D, C-26B) (Fresno Yosemite AIP, CA) • Detachment 1 (CA ANG) (F-16C/D) (March ARB, CA) • 148th Fighter Wing (MN ANG) (F-16A/B, C-26B) (Duluth IAP, MN) • (11th Air Force / Alaska NORAD Region (Elmendorf AFB, AK))

U.S. Northern Command

Emblem of United States Northern Command.

Leadership
• Commander, USNORTHCOM: General Victor E. Renuart Jr., USAF • Deputy Commander, USNORTHCOM: Lieutenant General William G. Webster Jr., United States Army • Chief of Staff: Major General Paul J. Sullivan, USAF

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• (1 Canadian Air Division/Canadian NORAD Region (Winnipeg, MB)) • US Army North / US Army Forces Command (FORSCOM) (Ft Sam Houston, TX) • Joint Force Headquarters-National Capital Region (JFHQ-NCR) (Ft McNair, DC) • 3rd Infantry Regimental Combat Team (Ft Myer, VA) • Military District of Washington (MDW) (Ft McNair, DC) • 11th Wing / Air Force District of Washington (Bolling AFB, DC) • Naval District Washington (NDW) (Washington Navy Yard, DC) • Marine Corps National Capital Region Command (MCNCRC) (MCB Quantico, VA) • JTF North (formerly JTF 6) and other JTFs

Structure of the United States armed forces
• 311th Corps Support Command • 555th Combat Engineer Group • 593rd Corps Support Group • 25th Infantry Division (Light) • 196th Infantry Brigade • 516th Signal Brigade • 9th Regional Readiness Command • United States Pacific Fleet • 3rd Fleet • CTF-30/ Battle Force • CTF-31/ Combat Support Force • CTF-32/ Patrol and Reconnaissance Force • CTF-33/ Logistic Support Force • CTF-34/ Submarine Force • CTF-35/ Surface Combatant Force • CTF-36/ Landing Force • CTF-37/ Amphibious Force • CTF-38/ Carrier Strike Force • 7th Fleet • CTF-70/ Battle Force • CTF-71/ Combat Support Force • CTF-72/ Patrol and Reconnaissance Force • CTF-73/ Logistic Support Force • CTF-74/ Submarine Force • CTF-75/ Surface Combatant Force • CTF-76/ Amphibious Force • CTF-77/ Carrier Strike Force • CTF-79/ Landing Force • Naval Surface Forces, United States Pacific Fleet • Destroyer Squadron 1 • Destroyer Squadron 7 • Destroyer Squadron 15 • Destroyer Squadron 21 • Destroyer Squadron 23 • Destroyer Squadron 28 • Carrier Group 1 • Carrier Group 3 • Carrier Group 5 • Carrier Group 7 • Cruiser Destroyer Group 1 • Cruiser Destroyer Group 3 • Cruiser Destroyer Group 5 • Surface Group PACNORWEST • Surface Group MIDPAC • Logistics Group WESTPAC • Amphibious Group 1 • Amphibious Group 3 • Explosive Ordnance Disposal Group 1 • Naval Submarine Forces, United States Pacific Fleet

U.S. Pacific Command
Leadership
• Commander, USPACOM: Admiral Timothy J. Keating, USN

Order of Battle
• United States Pacific Command • United States Army Pacific • United States Army Japan • 9th Theater Support Command • 10th Area Support Group • 17th Area Support Group • 300th Area Support Group • United States Army Alaska • 4th Brigade, 25th Infantry Division • Arctic Support Brigade • United States Army Hawaii • Military Police Brigade - Hawaii • I Corps • 3rd Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division • 1st Brigade, 25th Infantry Division • 1st Military Police Brigade • 1st Personnel Group • 14th PSYOPS Battalion • 62nd Medical Brigade • 201st Military Intelligence Brigade

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• Submarine Group 7 • Submarine Group 9 • Naval Air Forces, United States Pacific Fleet • Fleet Air, West Pacific • Airborne Early Warning Wing • VAW-112 • VAW-113 • VAW-115 • VAW-116 • VAW-117 • VRC-30 • Naval Region, Southwest • Naval Region, Northwest • Naval Region, Hawaii • Maritime Defense Zone Pacific • United States Naval Forces Marianas Marine Forces Pacific United States Pacific Air Forces United States Forces, Japan United States Forces, Korea Alaskan Command Special Operations Command Pacific Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies Information Systems Support Activity Pacific Automated Server Site Japan Cruise Missile Support Activity Special Intelligence Communications Joint Intelligence Center Pacific Joint Intelligence Training Activity Pacific Joint Interagency Task Force West Joint Task Force Full-Accounting

Structure of the United States armed forces
• 56th Signal Battalion (Fort Buchanan, PR) United States Naval Forces Southern Command (Naval Station Mayport, FL) • Naval Surface Group Two • Destroyer Squadron Six • Destroyer Squadron Fourteen II Marine Expeditionary Force/ United States Marine Corps Forces, South (Camp Lejeune, NC) • 2nd Marine Division • 2nd Marine Logistics Group • 2nd Marine Air Wing • 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade • 4th Marine Expeditionary Brigade • 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit • 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit • 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit • Air Contingency Marine Air Ground Task Force Twelfth Air Force/ United States Southern Command Air Forces (Davis Montham AFB, AZ) • 7th Bomb Wing • 28th Bomb Wing • 27th Fighter Wing • 49th Fighter Wing • 355th Wing • 366th Wing • 388th Fighter Wing • 1st Air Support Operations Group • 3rd Combat Communications Group • 612th Air Operation Group • 820th RED HORSE Special Operations Command South Southern Surveillance Reconnaissances Operations Center Joint Interagency Task Force (NAF Key West, FL) • Joint Interagency Task Force East • Joint Interagency Task Force West Joint Task Force Guantanamo (Guantanamo Bay, Cuba) Joint Task Force Bravo (Soto Cano AB, Honduras) • 612th Air Base Squadron • Army Forces • Medical Elements • 1st Battalion, 228th Aviation Regiment • Joint Security Forces Joint Task Force Piton

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U.S. Southern Command
Leadership
• Commander, USSOUTHCOM: Admiral James G. Stavridis, USN • Deputy Commander, USSOUTHCOM: Maj. Gen. Glenn F. Spears, USAF • Chief-of-Staff, USSOUTHCOM: Brig. Gen. Nolen B. Vivens, USA • Command Sergent Major, USSOUTHCOM: CSM Micheal M. Balch, USA

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• United States Southern Command • United States Army South (Fort Buchanan, PR) • 1-228th Aviation Battalion (Soto Cano AB, Honduras) •

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Structure of the United States armed forces
• 6th Aviation Brigade (Fort Hood, TX?) • 21st Cavalry Brigade (Air Combat) (Combat Aviation Training) (Fort Hood, TX) • III Corps Artillery (Fort Sill, OK) • 263rd Army Air and Missile Defense Command (SC ARNG) (Anderson, SC) • 420th Engineer Brigade (Corps) (USAR) (Bryan, TX) • 89th Military Police Brigade (Fort Hood, TX; deployed to Iraq)) • 460th Chemical Brigade (USAR) (North Little Rock, AR) • 13th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) (Fort Hood, TX; deployed to Iraq)) • 937th Engineer Group (Combat) (Combat Support and Combat Service Support) (Ft Riley, KS) • 3rd Signal Brigade (Fort Hood, TX) • 504th Military Intelligence Brigade (Fort Hood, TX; deployed to Iraq)) • 3rd Air Support Operations Group (USAF) (Fort Hood, TX) • XVIII Airborne Corps (Fort Bragg, NC) • 3rd Infantry Division (Mechanized) (Fort Stewart, GA) • 10th Mountain Division (Light Infantry) (Fort Drum, NY; deployed to Afghanistan)) • 82nd Airborne Division (Fort Bragg, NC) • 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) (Fort Campbell, KY; deployed to Iraq)) • (11th Armored Cavalry Regiment (OPFOR) (Fort Irwin, CA) • 18th Aviation Brigade (Airborne) (Fort Bragg, NC; deployed to Iraq)) • XVIII Airborne Corps Artillery (Fort Bragg, NC) • 108th Air Defense Artillery Brigade (Ft Bliss, TX) • 16th Military Police Brigade (Airborne) (Ft Bragg, NC (Deployed to Iraq)) • 20th Engineer Brigade (Combat) (Airborne) (Ft Bragg, NC (Deployed to Iraq))

U.S. Joint Forces Command
Leadership

Emblem • Commander, USJFCOM: General James N. Mattis, USMC • Deputy Commander, USJFCOM: Lieutenant General John R. Wood • Chief of Staff: Rear Admiral Miles B. Wachendorf • Command Master Chief: Command Sergeant Major Mark S. Ripka

Order of Battle
• United States Joint Forces Command (USJFCOM) (Norfolk NB, VA) • United States Army Forces Command (FORSCOM) (Ft McPherson, GA) • III Corps (United States) (Fort Hood, TX) • 1st Infantry Division (Fort Riley, Kansas) • 1st Cavalry Division (Fort Hood, TX) • 4th Infantry Division (Mechanized) (Fort Hood, TX, deployed to Iraq)) • 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment (Fort Hood, TX, deployed to Iraq))

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• 30th Engineer Brigade (Theater Army) (NC ARNG) (Charlotte, NC) • 525th Battlefield Surveillance Brigade (Airborne) (Ft Bragg, NC (Deployed to Iraq)) • 35th Signal Brigade (Airborne) (Ft Bragg, NC (Deployed to Iraq)) • 1st Sustainment Command (Ft Bragg, NC (Deployed to Iraq)) • (350th Civil Affairs Command (USAR) (Pensacola, FL)) • 44th Medical Brigade (Ft Bragg, NC) • Dragon Brigade (Rear Operations Headquarters) (Ft Bragg, NC) • 18th Air Support Operations Group (Pope AFB, NC) 32nd Air and Missile Defense Command (Ft Bliss, TX) • 11th Air Defense Artillery Brigade (Ft Bliss, TX) • (35th Air Defense Artillery Brigade (Osan AB, South Korea)) • Detachment 1 (FL ARNG) (Orlando, FL) Network Enterprise Technology Command (NETCOM) / 9th Army Signal Command (Ft Huachuca, AZ) • 11th Signal Brigade (Ft Huachuca, AZ) • 21st Signal Brigade (Ft Detrick, MD) • (5th Signal Command (Mannheim, Germany)) • (311th Theater Signal Command (USAR) (Ft Meade, MD)) • 1st Signal Brigade (Seoul, South Korea) • 335th Theater Signal Command (USAR) (East Point, GA (Deployed to Kuwait)) • 160th Signal Brigade (Strategic) (Camp Arifjan, Kuwait) • (93rd Signal Brigade (Ft Gordon, GA)) • (516th Signal Brigade (Ft Shafter, HI)) 52nd Ordinance Group (Ft Gillem, GA) 111th Ordinance Group (AL ARNG) (Ft Gillem, GA) National Training Center (NTC) (Ft Irwin, CA)

Structure of the United States armed forces
• 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment (OPFOR) (Ft Irwin, CA) • Joint Readiness Training Center (JRTC) (Ft Polk, LA) • Warrior Brigade (Support) (Ft Polk, LA) • 1st Army (Ft Gillem, GA) • 24th Infantry Division (Mechanized) (Ft Riley, KS) • 28th Infantry Division (Mechanized) (PA ARNG) (Harrisburg, PA) • 34th Infantry Division (Medium) (MN ARNG) (Rosemount, MN) • 35th Infantry Division (Mechanized) (KS ARNG) (Ft Leavenworth, KS) • 38th Infantry Division (Mechanized) (IN ARNG) (Indianapolis, IN) • 42nd Infantry Division (Mechanized) (NY ARNG) (Troy, NY) • 29th Infantry Division (Light) (VA ARNG) (Ft Belvoir, VA) • 155th Armored Brigade (Enhanced Readiness) (MS ARNG) (Tupelo, MS (Deployed to Iraq)) • 27th Infantry Brigade (Light) (Enhanced Readiness) (NY ARNG) (Syracuse, NY) • 32nd Infantry Brigade (Light) (WI ARNG) (Madison, WI) • 76th Infantry Brigade (Light) (Enhanced Readiness) (IN ARNG) (Indianapolis, IN) • 256th Infantry Brigade (Mechanized) (Enhanced Readiness) (LA ARNG) (Lafayette, LA) • 631st Field Artillery Brigade (MS ARNG) (Grenada, MS) • 168th Engineer Group (MS ARNG) (Vicksburg, MS) • 43rd Military Police Brigade (RI ARNG) (Warwick, RI) • 244th Theater Aviation Brigade (Lift) (USAR) (Ft Sheridan, IL) • 31st Chemical Brigade (AL ARNG) (Northport, AL) • 228th Signal Brigade (SC ARNG) (Spartanburg, SC) • 261st Signal Brigade (DE ARNG) (Dover, DE)

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• 184th Transportation Group (Composite) (MS ARNG) (Laurel, MS) • 78th Division (Training Support) (USAR) (Ft Dix, NJ) • 85th Division (Training Support) (USAR) (Arlington Heights, IL) • 87th Division (Exercise) (USAR) (Birmingham, AL) • 5th Army (Ft Sam Houston, TX) • 7th Infantry Division (Light) (Ft Carson, CO) • 36th Infantry Division (Mechanized) (TX ARNG) (Austin, TX) • 57th Field Artillery Brigade (WI ARNG) (Milwaukee, WI) • 115th Engineer Group (Construction) (UT ARNG) (Draper, UT) • 300th Military Intelligence Brigade (Linguist) (UT ARNG) (Draper, UT) • 75th Division (Training Support) (USAR) (Ft Sam Houston, TX) • 91st Division (Training Support) (USAR) (Ft. Baker, CA) • 67th Area Support Group (NE ARNG) (Lincoln, NE) • US Army Reserve Command (USARC) (Atlanta, GA) • 63rd Regional Readiness Command (USAR) (Los Alamitos, CA) • 104th Division (Institutional Training) (USAR) (Vancouver Bks, WA) • 653rd Area Support Group (USAR) (Moreno Valley, CA) • 2nd Medical Brigade (USAR) (Hamilton Fd, CA) • 70th Regional Readiness Command (USAR) (Ft Lawton, WA) • 654th Area Support Group (Tumwater, WA) • 77th Regional Readiness Command (USAR) (Ft Totten, NY) • 800th Military Police Brigade (Enemy Prisoner of War) (USAR) (Uniondale, NY) • 455th Chemical Brigade (USAR) (Ft Dix, NJ) • 98th Division (Institutional Training) (USAR) (Rochester, NY)

Structure of the United States armed forces
• 301st Area Support Group (USAR) (Flushing, NY) • 8th Medical Brigade (USAR) (Ft Wadsworth, NY) • 77th Infantry Division (Reinforcement Training Unit) (USAR) (Ft Totten, NY) • 81st Regional Readiness Command (USAR) (Birmingham, AL) • 100th Division (Institutional Training) (USAR) (Louisville, KY) • 108th Division (Institutional Training) (USAR) (Charlotte, NC) • 926th Engineer Group (USAR) (Montgomery, AL) • 415th Chemical Brigade (USAR) (Greenville, SC) • 81st Regional Support Group (USAR) (Ft Jackson, SC) • 171st Area Support Group (USAR) (Garner, NC) • 640th Area Support Group (USAR) (Nashville, TN) • 641st Area Support Group (USAR) (St Petersburg, FL) • 642nd Area Support Group (USAR) (Ft Gordon, GA) • 1st Headquarters Brigade (USAR) (Nashville, TN) • 332nd Medical Brigade (USAR) (Nashville, TN) • 5th Medical Group (USAR) (Birmingham, AL) • 88th Regional Readiness Command (USAR) (Fort Snelling, MN) • 84th Division (Institutional Training) (USAR) (Milwaukee, WI) • 300th Military Police Command (USAR) (Inkster, MI) • 303rd Ordinance Group (USAR) (Springfield, IL) • 88th Regional Readiness Group (USAR) (Indianapolis, IN) • 643rd Area Support Group (USAR) (Whitehall, OH) • 644th Area Support Group (USAR) (Ft Snelling, MN) • 645th Area Support Group (USAR) (Southfield, MI)

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• 646th Area Support Group (USAR) (Madison, WI) • 330th Medical Brigade (USAR) (Ft Sheridan, IL) 89th Regional Readiness Command (USAR) (Wichita, KS) • 95th Division (Institutional Training) (USAR) (Oklahoma City, OK) • 166th Aviation Brigade (Training Support) (Ft Riley, KS) • 561st Corps Support Group (USAR) (Omaha, NE) • 917th Corps Support Group (USAR) (Belton, MO) • 326th Area Support Group (USAR) (Kansas City, KS) • 648th Area Support Group (USAR) (St Louis, MO) • 331st Medical Group (USAR) (Wichita, KS) 90th Regional Readiness Command (USAR) (Little Rock AFB, AR) • 647th Area Support Group (USAR) (El Paso, TX) • 90th Regional Support Group (USAR) (San Antonio, TX) 94th Regional Readiness Command (USAR) (Ft Devens, MA) • 167th Area Support Group (USAR) (Manchester, NH (Deployed to Iraq)) • 804th Medical Brigade (USAR) (Ft Devens, MA) 96th Regional Readiness Command (USAR) (Ft Douglas, UT) 99th Regional Readiness Command (USAR) (Moon Township, PA) • 220th Military Police Brigade (USAR) (Gaithersburg, MD) • 367th Military Police Group (USAR) (Ashley, PA) • 80th Division (Institutional Training) (USAR) (Richmond, VA) • 38th Ordnance Group (USAR) (Charleston, WV) • 464th Chemical Brigade (USAR) (Johnstown, PA)

Structure of the United States armed forces
• 475th Quartermaster Group (Petroleum & Water) (USAR) (Farrell, PA) • 656th Area Support Group (USAR) (NAS Willow Grove, PA) • 309th Medical Group (USAR) (Rockville, MD) • 99th Headquarters Brigade (USAR) (Willow Grove, PA) • US Air Force Air Combat Command (ACC) (Langley AFB, VA) • (1st Air Force (Tyndall AFB, FL)) • 8th Air Force (Barksdale AFB, LA) • 2nd Bomb Wing (B-52H) (Barksdale AFB, LA) • 5th Bomb Wing (B-52H) (Minot AFB, ND) • (917th Wing (Fighter and Bomber) (AFRes) (B-52H, OA/ A-10A) (Barksdale, AFB)) • 509th Bomb Wing (B-2A, T-38A) (Whiteman AFB, MO) • 9th Reconnaissance Wing(U-2S, TU-2S, T-38A) (Beale AFB, CA) • 55th Wing (Reconnaissance and Air Control) (RC-135S/U/V/W, OC-135B, WC-135C/W, TC-135S/ W, E-4B) • 552nd Air Control Wing (E-3B/C, TC-18E) (Tinker AFB, OK) • 513th Air Control Group (AFRes) (Associate unit) (E-3B/ C) (Tinker AFB, OK) • 116th Air Control Wing (E-8C JSTARS) (GA ARNG) (Robins AFB, GA) • 67th Network Warfare Wing (Lackland AFB, TX) • 70th Intelligence Wing (Ft Meade, MD) • 9th Air Force (Shaw AFB, SC) • 1st Fighter Wing (F-15C/D) (Langley AFB, VA) • 33rd Fighter Wing (F-15C/D) (Eglin AFB, FL) • 4th Fighter Wing (F-15E) (Seymour Johnson AFB, NC) • 20th Fighter Wing (SEAD) (F-16CJ/DJ) (Shaw AFB, SC) • 820th Security Forces Group (Moody AFB, GA) • 5th Combat Communications Group (Robins AFB, GA) • 12th Air Force (Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ)

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• 7th Bomb Wing (B-1B) (Dyess AFB, TX) • 28th Bomb Wing (B-1B) (Ellsworth AFB, SD) • 366th Fighter Wing (Fighter and Bomber) (B-1B, F-15C/D/E, F-16CJ/DJ, KC-135R) (Mountain Home AFB, ID) • 388th Fighter Wing (F-16CG/DJ) (Hill AFB, UT) • 27th Fighter Wing (F-16CG/DG) (Cannon AFB, NM) • 301st Fighter Wing (AFRes) (F-16C/D) (NAS Fort Worth JRB, TX) • 49th Fighter Wing (F-117A, AT-38B, T-38A) (Holloman AFB, NM) • 355th Wing (Fighter and Electronic Countermeasures) (OA/A-10A, EC-130E/H) (DavisMonthan AFB, AZ) • 507th Air Refueling Wing (AFRes) (KC-135R, E-3B/C, TC-18E) (Tinker AFB, OK) • 10th Air Force (AFRes) (NAS Fort Worth JRB, TX) • 917th Wing (Fighter and Bomber) (AFRes) (B-52H, OA/A-10A) (Barksdale, AFB) • 419th Fighter Wing (AFRes) (F-16C/D) (Hill AFB, UT) • 482d Fighter Wing (AFRes) (F-16C/D) (Homestead ARB, FL) • 442d Fighter Wing (AFRes) (OA/ A-10A) (Whiteman AFB, MO) • 926th Fighter Wing (AFRes) (OA/ A-10A) (NAS New Orleans JRB, TX) • 920th Rescue Wing (AFRes) (HC-130P, C-130E, HH-60G) (Patrick AFB, FL) • Air Warfare Center (Nellis AFB, NV) • 53rd Wing (Test and Evaluation) (F-15C/D/E, F-16C/CG/CJ/D/DG/ DJ, F-117A, OA/A-10A, E-9A, Boeing 707, QF-4E/G, QRF-4C, HH-60G) (Eglin AFB, FL) • 57th Wing (Combat Training, Test and Evaluation) (F-15C/D/E, F-16C/CG/CJ/D/DG/DJ, OA/A-10A, HH-60G, RQ-1A) (Nellis AFB, NV) • 505th Command and Control Wing (Hurlburt Field, FL) • 99th Air Base Wing (Nellis AFB, NV)

Structure of the United States armed forces
• Air National Guard (ANG) • 131st Fighter Wing (MO ANG) (F-15A/B) (Lambert Fd, St Louis, MO) • 159th Fighter Wing (LA ANG) (F-15A/B, C-130E) (NAS New Orleans JRB, LA) • 113th Wing (Fighter & Airlift) (DC ANG) (F-16C/D, C-21A, C-38A) (Andrews AFB, MD) • 114th Fighter Wing (SD ANG) (F-16C/D) (Joes Foss Fd, Sioux Falls, SD) • 115th Fighter Wing (WI ANG) (F-16C/D, C-26B) (Dane CAP, Truax Fd, WI) • 122nd Fighter Wing (IN ANG) (F-16C/D) (Fort Wayne MAP, IN) • 127th Wing (Fighter and Airlift) (MI ANG) (F-16C/D, C-130E, C-26B) (Selfridge ANBG, MI) • 132nd Fighter Wing (IA ANG) (F-16CG/DG) (Des Moines MAP, IA) • 138th Fighter Wing (OK ANG) (F-16CG/DG) (Tulsa IAP, OK) • 140th Wing (Fighter & Training) (CO ANG) (F-16C/D, C-21A, C-26A) (Buckley ANGB, CO) • 150th Fighter Wing (NM ANG) (F-16C/CG/D/DG, C-26B) (Kirtland AFB, NM) • 174th Reconnaissance Wing (NY ANG) (M-9 Reaper) (SyracuseHancock Fd, NY) • 177th Fighter Wing (NJ ANG) (F-16C/D) (Atlantic City IAP, NJ) • 180th Fighter Wing (OH ANG) (F-16CG/DG) (Toledo Express AP, OH) • 181st Intelligence Wing (IN ANG) (Hulman Fd, Terre Haute, IN) • 183rd Fighter Wing (IL ANG) (F-16C/D) (Capitol AP, Springfield, IL) • 187th Fighter Wing (AL ANG) (F-16C/D, C-26B) (MontgomeryDannelly Fd, AL) • 188th Fighter Wing (AR ANG) (F-16C/D) (Ft Rock MAP, AR) • 192nd Fighter Wing (VA ANG) (F-16C/D) (Richard E Byrd IAP, VA) • 169th Fighter Wing (SEAD) (SC ANG) (F-16CJ/D, C-130E) (McEntire ANGB, SC)

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• 103d Airlift Wing (CT ANG) (O/ A-10A) (Bradley ANGB, CT) • 104th Fighter Wing (MA ANG) (O/A-10A) (Barnes MAP, Westfield, MA) • 110th Fighter Wing (MI ANG) (O/ A-10A) (Battle Creek ANGB, MI) • 111th Fighter Wing (PA ANG) (OA/A-10A, C-26A) (NAS Willow Grove, PA) • 124th Wing (ID ANG) (O/A-10A) (Boise AT, ID) • 175th Wing (Fighter and Airlift) (MD ANG) (OA/A-10A) (Glenn L Martin AP, Baltimore, MD) • 106th Rescue Wing (NY ANG) (HC-130N/P, HH-60G) (Francis Gabreski ANGB, NY) • 129th Rescue Wing (CA ANG) (HC-130P, HH-60G) (NAS Moffett Fd, CA) • 147th Reconnaissance Wing (TX ANG) (MQ-1 Predator) (Ellington ANGB, Houston, TX) • 163rd Reconnaissance Wing (CA ANG) (MQ-1 Predator) (March AFB, CA) • 102nd Intelligence Wing (MA ANG) (Unknown) (Otis ANGB, Falmouth, MA) • 184th Intelligence Wing (KS ANG) (Unknown) (McConnell AFB, KS) • United States Fleet Forces Command (USFLTFORCOM) (Norfolk NB, VA) • 2nd Fleet (NB Norfolk, VA) • Task Force 20 (2nd Fleet Battle Force) • Theodore Roosevelt Strike Group / Carrier Strike Group 2 (CARSTRKGRU 2) (USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71)) (NB Norfolk, VA (Surge Ready)) • Harry S. Truman Strike Group / Carrier Strike Group 10 (CARSTRKGRU 10) (USS Harry Truman (CVN 75)) (NB Norfolk, VA (PostDeployment)) • John F. Kennedy Strike Group / Carrier Strike Group 6 (CARSTRKGRU 6) (USS John F Kennedy (CV 67)) (NS Mayport, FL (PostDeployment))

Structure of the United States armed forces
• Eisenhower Strike Group / Carrier Strike Group 8 (CARSTRKGRU 8) (USS Dwight D Eisenhower (CVN 69)) (NB Norfolk, VA (Basic Training)) • Enterprise Strike Group / Cruiser Strike Group 12 (CARSTRKGRU 12) (USS Enterprise (CVN 65)) (NB Norfolk, VA (Maintenance)) • George Washington Strike Group (USS George Washington (CVN 73)) (NB Norfolk, VA (Maintenance)) • Carrier Strike Group 14 (CARSTRKGRU 14) (NB Norfolk, VA) • Task Force 21 (2nd Fleet Patrol Reconnaissance Force) / Patrol and Reconnaissance Force Atlantic Fleet (PATRECONFORLANT) (NS Norfolk, VA) • Task Force 22 (2nd Fleet Amphibious Force) / Amphibious Group 2 (PHIBGRU 2) (NB Norfolk, VA) • Kearsarge Expeditionary Strike Group / Expeditionary Strike Group 6 / Amphibious Squadron 8 (PHIBRON 8) (USS Kearsarge (LHD 3)) (NB Norfolk, VA (Deployed)) • Saipan Expeditionary Strike Group / Expeditionary Strike Group 4 / Amphibious Squadron 2 (PHIBRON 2) (USS Saipan (LHA 2)) (NB Norfolk, VA (Deployed)) • Wasp Expeditionary Strike Group / Expeditionary Strike Group 2 / Amphibious Squadron 4 (PHIBRON 4) (USS Wasp (LHD 1)) (NB Norfolk, VA (PostDeployment)) • Bataan Expeditionary Strike Group (USS Bataan (LHD 5)) (NAB Little Creek, VA (Intermediate Training)) • Naval Coastal Warfare Group Two (Williamsburg, VA) • Tactical Air Control Group 2 (TACGRU 2) (NAB Little Creek, VA)

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• Naval Beach Group 2 (NAVBEACHGRU 2) (NB Norfolk, VA?) • Task Force 23 (2nd Fleet Landing Force) • Task Force 24 (2nd Fleet ASW Force) • Task Force 25 (2nd Fleet Mobile Logistics Support Force) / Combat Logistics Squadron 2 (LOGRON 2) (NB Norfolk, VA) • Task Force 26 (2nd Fleet Patrol Air Force) / Patrol and Reconnaissance Force Atlantic Fleet (PATRECONFORLANT) (NS Norfolk, VA) • Task Force 28 (2nd Fleet Caribbean Contingency Force) (NS Mayport, FL) • Carrier Group 4 (CARGRU 4) / Carrier Striking Force (Battle Group Training) (NB Norfolk, VA) • Task Force 40 / Naval Surface Force Atlantic Fleet (NAVSURFLANT) (NB Norfolk, VA) • Combat Logistics Squadron 2 (COMLOGRON 2) (NWS Earle, NJ) • Task Force 41 / Naval Air Force Atlantic Fleet (NAVAIRLANT) (NAS Oceana, VA) • Fighter Wing Atlantic Fleet (FITWINGLANT) (NAS Oceana, VA) • Strike Fighter Wing Atlantic Fleet (STRIKFIGHTWINGLANT) (NAS Oceana, VA) • Sea Control Wing Atlantic Fleet (SEACONWINGLANT) (NAS Jacksonville, FL) • Helicopter Anti-Submarine Wing Atlantic Fleet (HSWINGLANT) (NAS Jacksonville, FL) • Helicopter Anti-Submarine Light Wing Atlantic Fleet (HSLWINGLANT) (NS Mayport, FL) • Helicopter Sea Combat Wing Atlantic Fleet (HELSEACOMWINGLANT) (NAS Norfolk, VA) • Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron TWO (HSC-2) (NAS Norfolk, VA)

Structure of the United States armed forces
• Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron TWENTY TWO (HSC-22) (NAS Norfolk, VA) • Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron TWENTY SIX (HSC-26) (NAS Norfolk, VA) • Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron TWENTY EIGHT (HSC-28) (NAS Norfolk, VA) • Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron EIGHTY FOUR (HSC-84) (NAS Norfolk, VA) • Helicopter Mine Countermeasures Squadron FOURTEEN (HM-14) (NAS Norfolk, VA) • Helicopter Mine Countermeasures Squadron FIFTEEN (HM-15) (NAS Corpus Christi, TX) • Airborne Mine Countermeasures Weapon Systems Training School (AMCMWPNSYSTRASCOL) (NAS Norfolk, VA) • Helicopter Sea Combat Weapons School Atlantic(HSCWEPSCOLANT) (NAS Norfolk, VA) • Airborne Early Warning Wing Atlantic Fleet (AEWWINGLANT) (NAS Norfolk, VA) • Reserve Carrier Air Wing 20 (CVWR 20) (NAS Atlanta, GA) Task Force 42 / Naval Submarine Force Atlantic Fleet (NAVSUBLANT) (NB Norfolk, VA) • Submarine Group 2 (SUBGRU 2) (NSB New London, CT) • Naval Submarine Support Center (NB Norfolk, VA) Task Force 43 (Training Command Atlantic Fleet?) Task Force 44 (Coast Guard Force Atlantic Fleet) / Coast Guard Atlantic Area (Portsmouth, VA) Task Force 45 / Fleet Marine Forces Atlantic (MARFORLANT) (Norfolk NB, VA) Task Force 46 (Mine Warfare Command Atlantic Fleet (MINEWARCOM)) (USS Inchon (MCS 12)) (NS Ingleside, TX) Task Force 48 (Naval Construction Battalions Atlantic Fleet) (NAB Little Creek, VA)

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• Task Force 80 (Naval Patrol and Protection of Shipping Atlantic Fleet) • Task Force 81 (Sea Control and Surveillance Force Atlantic Fleet) / Patrol and Reconnaissance Force Atlantic Fleet (PATRECONFORLANT) (NS Norfolk, VA) • Task Force 82 (Amphibious Task Force) • Task Force 83 (Landing Force (II Marine Expeditionary Force (II MEF)) (Camp Lejeune, NC) • Task Force 84 (ASW Force Atlantic Fleet) / Naval Submarine Force Atlantic Fleet (NAVSUBLANT) (NB Norfolk, VA) • Task Force 85 (Mobile Logistics Support Force Atlantic Fleet) / Combat Logistics Squadron 2 (LOGRON 2) (NB Norfolk, VA) • Task Force 86 (Patrol Air Force Atlantic Fleet) / Patrol and Reconnaissance Force Atlantic Fleet (PATRECONFORLANT) (NS Norfolk, VA) • Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing 5 (PATRECONWING 5) (NAS Brunswick, ME) • Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing 11 (PATRECONWING 11) (NAS Jacksonville, FL) • Reserve Patrol Wing (RESPATWING) (NAS Oceana, VA) • Task Force 87 (Tactical Development and Evaluation and Transit Force Atlantic Fleet) • Task Force 88 (Training Force Atlantic Fleet) (NB Norfolk, VA) • Task Force 89 (Maritime Defense Zone Atlantic Fleet) (USCGS Portsmouth, VA) • Task Force 125 (Naval Surface Group 2 (NAVSURFGRU 2)) (NS Mayport, FL) • Task Force 137 (Naval Forces Eastern Atlantic) (Naples, Italy) • Task Force 138 (Naval Forces South Atlantic) • Task Force 139 (Multilateral Special Operations Force) • Task Force 142 (Operational Test and Evaluation Force) (NB Norfolk, VA)

Structure of the United States armed forces
• United States Marine Corps Forces Command (Norfolk NB, VA) • II Marine Expeditionary Force (II MEF) (Camp Lejeune, NC) • 2nd Marine Division (Camp Lejeune, NC) • 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade (Camp Lejeune, NC) • 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing (2nd MAW) (MCAS Cherry Point, NC) • 2nd Marine Logistics Group (Camp Lejeune, NC) • Marine Forces Reserve (MARFORRES) (New Orleans, LA) • 4th Marine Division (MARFORRES) (New Orleans, LA) • 4th Marine Air Wing (4th MAW) (MARFORRES) (New Orleans, LA) • 4th Marine Logistics Group (MARFORRES) (New Orleans, LA) • 4th Marine Expeditionary Brigade (Anti-Terrorism) (Camp Lejeune, NC) • Iceland Defense Force (IDF) (NAS Keflavik, Iceland) • 85th Group (NAS Keflavik, Iceland) • Fleet Air Keflavik (FAIRKEF) (NAS Keflavik, Iceland) • U.S. Forces Azores (USAFORAZ) (Lajes Field, Azores) • 65th Air Base Wing (Lajes Field, Azores) • Special Operations Command Joint Forces Command (SOCJFCOM) (Norfolk NB, VA)

U.S. Special Operations Command
Leadership
• Commander, USSOCOM: Admiral Eric T. Olson, USN

Order of Battle
• United States Special Operations Command (MacDill AFB, Florida) • Army Special Operations Command (Fort Bragg, NC) • 75th Ranger Regiment (Fort Benning, GA)

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• 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne) (Fort Campbell, KY) • Special Forces Command (Airborne) (Fort Bragg, NC) • Special Operations Support Command (Fort Bragg, NC) • 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment (Airborne) - Delta (Fort Bragg, NC) • John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center (Fort Bragg, NC) • 4th Psychological Operations Group (Airborne) (Fort Bragg, NC) • 95th Civil Affairs Brigade (Provisional) (Fort Bragg, NC) • Naval Special Warfare Command (NAB Coronado, CA) • Special Warfare Group One (NAB Coronado, CA) • Special Warfare Group Two (NAB Little Creek, VA) • Special Boat Squadron One (NAB Coronado, CA) • Special Boat Squadron Two (NAB Little Creek, VA) • Naval Special Warfare Center (NAB Coronado, CA) • Special Warfare Development Group (Dam Neck, VA) • Air Force Special Operations Command (Hurlburt Field, FL) • 919th Special Operations Wing (Duke Field, FL) • 18th Flight Test Squadron (Hurlburt Field, FL) • Air Force Special Operations Command Air Support Operations Squadron (Fort Bragg, NC) • United States Air Force Special Operations School (Hurlburt Field, FL) • 720th Special Tactics Group (Hurlburt Field, FL) • 16th Special Operations Wing (Hurlburt Field, FL) • 193rd Special Operations Wing (Harrisburg IAP, PA) • 352nd Special Operations Group (RAF Mildenhall, UK) • 353rd Special Operations Group (Kadena AB, Japan) • Marines Special Operations Command • Marine Special Operations Advisor Group

Structure of the United States armed forces
• 1st Marine Special Operations Battalion (Camp Pendleton, CA) • 2nd Marine Special Operations Battalion (Camp Lejeune, NC) • Marine Special Operations Support Group • Marine Special Operations School • Joint Special Operations Command (Pope AFB and Fort Bragg, NC) • Acquisitions and Logistics Center

U.S. Strategic Command

USSTRATCOM emblem

The LeMay building

Leadership
• Commander, USSTRATCOM: General Kevin P. Chilton, USAF • Deputy Commander, USSTRATCOM: Lieutenant General C. Robert "Bob" Kehler

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• Chief of Staff: Major General Howard B. Bromberg • Command Master Chief: Fleet Master Chief William N. Nissen

Structure of the United States armed forces
• (14th Air Force / US Space Air Force (USSPACEAF) (Vandenberg AFB, CA)) Fleet Forces Command (FFC) (NB Norfolk, VA) • (Naval Submarine Forces (NAVSUBFOR) (NB Norfolk, VA)) US Army Space and Missile Defense Command (USARSPACE) / US Army Forces Strategic Command (USARSTRAT) (Arlington, VA) • 100th Missile Defense Brigade (Ground-based Missile Defense) (Peterson AFB, CO) • 1st Space Brigade (Peterson AFB, CO) Marine Forces Strategic Command (MARFORSTRAT) (Offutt AFB, NE) US Naval Network Warfare Command (NETWARCOM) (NAB Little Creek, VA) Joint Task Force-Global Network Operations (Offutt AFB, NE)

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• United States Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM) (Offutt AFB, NE) • Joint Information Operations Center (Offutt AFB, NE) • Strategic Communications Wing 1 (SCW 1) (TACAMO) (E-6B) (Tinker AFB, OK) • 20th Air Force (F. E. Warren AFB, WY) • 90th Space Wing (LGM-118A, LGM-30G, UH-1N) (Francis E Warren AFB, WY) • 91st Space Wing (LGM-30G, UH-1N) (Minot AFB, ND) • 341st Space Wing (LGM-30G, UH-1N) (Malmstrom AFB, MT) • (8th Air Force (Barksdale AFB, LA)) • 14th Air Force / US Space Air Force (USSPACEAF) (Vandenberg AFB, CA) • 21st Space Wing (Missile Warning) (Peterson AFB, CO) • 30th Space Wing (Missile Testing and Booster Launching) (LGM-30G, LGM-118A, UH-1N) (Vandenberg AFB, CA) • 45th Space Wing (Booster Launching and NASA Support) (Patrick AFB, FL) • 50th Space Wing (Satellite Operations) (Schriever AFB, CO) • 614th Space Operations Group (Vandenberg AFB, CA) • 460th Air Base Wing (Buckley ANGB, CO) • Naval Submarine Forces (NAVSUBFOR) (NB Norfolk, VA) • Submarine Force Atlantic Fleet (SUBLANT) (NB Norfolk, VA) • Submarine Group 10 (SUBGRU 10) (NSB Kings Bay, GA) • Submarine Force Pacific Fleet (SUBPAC) (NB Pearl Harbor, HI) • Submarine Group 9 (SUBGRU 9) (NB Kitsap, WA) • Air Force Space Command (AFSPC) (Peterson AFB, CO) • (20th Air Force (Francis E Warren AFB, WY)) •

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Leadership
• Commander, USTRANSCOM: General Duncan J. McNabb, USAF

Order of Battle
• US Transportation Command (Scott AFB, IL) • Air Mobility Command (AMC) (Scott AFB, IL) • 18th Air Force (Scott AFB, IL) • 15th Expeditionary Mobility Task Force (Travis AFB, CA) • 60th Air Mobility Wing (C-5A/ B/C, KC-10A) (Travis AFB, CA) • 62nd Airlift Wing (C-17A) (McChord AFB, WA) • 317th Airlift Group (C-130H) (Dyess AFB, TX) • 375th Airlift Wing (Operational Support Airlift) (C-21A, C-9A) (Scott AFB, IL) • 22nd Air Refueling Wing (KC-135R/T) (McConnell AFB, KS) • 92nd Air Refueling Wing (KC-135R/T) (Fairchild AFB, WA)

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• 19th Air Refueling Wing (KC-135R/T) (Grand Forks AFB, ND) • 615th Contingency Response Wing (Travis AFB, CA) • 715th Air Mobility Support Group (Hickam AFB, HI) • 21st Expeditionary Mobility Task Force (McGuire AFB, NJ) • 436th Airlift Wing (C-5A/B) (Dover AFB, DE) • 305th Air Mobility Wing (C-17A, KC-10A) (McGuire AFB, NJ) • 437th Airlift Wing (C-17A) (Charleston AFB, SC) • 43d Airlift Wing (C-130E) (Pope AFB, NC) • 314th Airlift Wing (C-130E/H) (Little Rock AFB, AR) • 89th Airlift Wing (VIP) (VC-25A, VC/C-37A, C-20B, C-32A, C-40B) (Andrews AFB, MD) • 6th Air Mobility Wing (KC-135R, C-37A) (MacDill AFB, FL) • 19th Air Refueling Group (KC-135R, EC-137D) (Robins AFB, GA) • 621st Contingency Response Wing (McGuire AFB, NJ) • 721st Air Mobility Operations Group (Ramstein AB, Germany) • 4th Air Force (AFRes) (McClellan AFB, CA) • 433d Airlift Wing (AFRes) (C-5A) (Lackland AFB, TX) • 445th Airlift Wing (AFRes) (C-5A) (Wright Patterson AFB, OH) • 349th Air Mobility Wing (AFRes) (C-5A/B/C, KC-10A (Associate unit to 60th Air Mobility Wing)) (Travis AFB, CA) • 452d Air Mobility Wing (AFRes) (C-17A, KC-135E) (March ARB, CA) • 446th Airlift Wing (AFRes) (C-17A (Associate unit to 62nd Airlift Wing)) (McChord AFB, WA) • 932d Airlift Wing (Operational Support Airlift) (AFRes) (C-9C (Associate unit to 375th Airlift Wing)) (Scott AFB, IL)

Structure of the United States armed forces
• 434th Air Refueling Wing (AFRes) (KC-135R) (Grissom ARB, IN) • 459th Air Refueling Wing (AFRes) (KC-135R) (Andrews AFB, MD) • 507th Air Refueling Wing (AFRes) (KC-135R, E-3B/C, TC-18E) (Tinker AFB, OK) • 916th Air Refueling Wing (AFRes) (KC-125R) (Seymour-Johnson AFB, NC) • 931st Air Refueling Group (AFRes) (KC-135R) (McConnell AFB, KS) • 939th Air Refueling Wing (AFRes) (KC-135R (Portland IAP, OR) • 927th Air Refueling Wing (AFRes) (KC-135E) (Selfridge ANGB, MI) • 940th Air Refueling Wing (AFRes) (KC-135E) (Beale AFB, CA) • 22nd Air Force (AFRes) (Dobbins AFB, GA) • 94th Airlift Wing (AFRes) (C-130H) (Dobbins ARB, GA) • 302d Airlift Wing (AFRes) (C-130H) (Peterson AFB, CO) • 315th Airlift Wing (AFRes) (C-17A) (Associate unit of 437th Airlift Wing)) (Charleston AFB, SC) • 439th Airlift Wing (AFRes) (C-5A) (Westover ARB, MA) • 440th Airlift Wing (AFRes) (C-130H) (Gen. Mitchell ARS, Milwaukee, WI) • 512th Airlift Wing (AFRes) (C-5A/B (Associate unit to 436th Airlift Wing)) (Dover AFB, DE) • 908th Airlift Wing (AFRes) (C-130H) (Maxwell AFB, AL) • 910th Airlift Wing (AFRes) (C-130H) (Youngstown ARS, OH) • 911th Airlift Wing (AFRes) (C-130H) (Greater Pittsburgh IAP, PA) • 914th Airlift Wing (AFRes) (C-130H) (Niagara Falls IAP, NY) • 934th Airlift Wing (AFRes) (C-130E) (Minneapolis St Paul ARS, MN) • 514th Air Mobility Wing (AFRes) (C-17A, KC-10A (Associate unit to 305th Air Mobility Wing)) (McGuire AFB, NJ) • Air National Guard Airlift • 135th Airlift Group (MD ANG) (C-130J) (Glenn L Martin AP, MD)

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• 105th Airlift Wing (NY ANG) (C-5A) (Stewart IAP, NY) • 107th Airlift Wing (NY ANG) (C-130H) (Niagara Falls ARS, NY) • 109th Airlift Wing (NY ANG) (C-130H, C-26B) (Schenectedy CAP, NY) • 118th Airlift Wing (TN ANG) (C-130H) (Nashville MP, TN) • 123d Airlift Wing (KY ANG) (C-130H) (Standiford Fd, KY) • 130th Airlift Wing (WV ANG) (C-130H) (Yeager AP, Charleston, WV) • 133d Airlift Wing (MN ANG) (C-130H) (Minneapolis St Paul, MN) • 136th Airlift Wing (TX ANG) (C-130H) (NAS JRB Fort Worth, TX) • 139th Airlift Wing (MO ANG) (C-130H) (Rosecrans MAP, MO) • 143d Airlift Wing (RI ANG) (C-130E) (Quonset Point St AP, RI) • 145th Airlift Wing (NC ANG) (C-130H) (Charlotte IAP, NC • 146th Airlift Wing (CA ANG) (C-130E) (NAWS Pt Mugu, CA) • 152d Airlift Wing (NV ANG) (C-130E/H) (Reno-Tahoe IAP, NV) • 153d Airlift Wing (WY ANG) (C-130H) (Cheyenne MAP, WY) • 164th Airlift Wing (TN ANG) (C-5A) (Memphis IAP, TN) • 165th Airlift Wing (GA ANG) (C-130H) (Savannah IAP, GA) • 166th Airlift Wing (DE ANG) (C-130H) (Greater Wilmington AP, DE) • 167th Airlift Wing (WV ANG) (C-130H) (Martinsburgh AP, WV) • 172d Airlift Wing (MI ANG) (C-17) (Thompson Fd, Jackson, MI) • 179th Airlift Wing (OH ANG) (C-130H) (Mansfield-Lahm AP, OH) • 182d Airlift Wing (IL ANG) (C-130E) (Greater Peoria AP, IL) • Air National Guard Aerial Refueling • 101st Air Refueling Wing (ME ANG) (KC-135R) (Bangor IAP, ME)

Structure of the United States armed forces
• 108th Air Refueling Wing (NJ ANG) (KC-135E) (McGuire AFB, NJ) • 117th Air Refueling Wing (AL ANG) (KC-135R) (Birmingham MAP, AL) • 121st Air Refueling Wing (OH ANG) (KC-135R) (Rickenbacker ANGB, OH) • 126th Air Refueling Wing (IL ANG) (KC-135E) (Chicago-O’Hare IAP, IL) • 134th Air Refueling Wing (TN ANG) (KC-135E) (McGhee-Tyson AP, TN) • 137th Air Refueling Wing (OK ANG) (KC-135) (Tinker AFB, OK) • 141st Air Refueling Wing (WA ANG) (KC-135E, C-26B) (Fairchild AFB, WA) • 151st Air Refueling Wing (UT ANG) (KC-135E) (Salt Lake City IAP, UT) • 157th Air Refueling Wing (NH ANG) (KC-135R) (Pease AFB, NH) • 161st Air Refueling Wing (AZ ANG) (KC-135E) (Phoenix-Sky Harbour AP, AZ) • 171st Air Refueling Wing (PA ANG) (KC-135T) (Greater Pittsburgh IAP, PA) • 185th Air Refueling Wing (IA ANG) (KC-135R) (Sioux City Gateway AP, IA) • 186th Air Refueling Wing (MS ANG) (KC-135R, C-26B) (Key Fd, Meridian, MS) • 190th Air Refueling Wing (KS ANG) (KC-135D/E) (Korbes Fd, Topeka, KS) • Military Sealift Command (MSC) (Washington Navy Yard, DC) • Sealift Logistics Command Atlantic (SEALOGLANT) (NB Norfolk, VA) • Sealift Logistics Command Pacific (SEALOGPAC) (NB San Diego, CA) • Sealift Logistics Command Europe (SEALOGEUR) (Naples, Italy) • Sealift Logistics Command Central (SEALOGCENT) (Manama, Bahrain) • Sealift Logistics Command Far East (SEALOGFE) (Yokohoma, Japan) • Prepositioning Force • Combat Prepositioning Force • Afloat Prepositioning Ships Squadron Four (APSRON 4)

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• Maritime Prepositioning Force • Maritime Prepositioning Ship Squadron 1 (MPSRON 1) • Maritime Prepositioning Ship Squadron 2 (MPSRON 2) • Maritime Prepositioning Ship Squadron 3 (MPSRON 3) • Sealift Force • Naval Fleet Auxiliary Force • Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command (SDDC) (Alexandria, VA) • 143rd Transportation Command (USAR) (Orlando, FL) • 7th Transportation Group (Composite) (Ft Eustis, VA) • 32nd Transportation Group (Composite) (USAR) (Tampa, FL) • 300th Transportation Group (Composite) (USAR) (Butler, PA) • 336th Transportation Group (Composite) (USAR) (Ft Sheridan, IL) • 375th Transportation Group (Composite) (USAR) (Mobile, AL) • 1179th Deployment Support Brigade (USAR) (Ft Hamilton, NY) • 1190th Deployment Support Brigade (USAR) (Baton Rouge, LA) • 1394th Deployment Support Brigade (USAR) (Cp Pendleton, CA) • 1176th Transportation Terminal Brigade (USAR) (Baltimore, MD) • 1185th Transportation Terminal Brigade (USAR) (Lancaster, PA)

Structure of the United States armed forces
• 1192nd Transportation Terminal Brigade (USAR) (New Orleans, LA) • 1186th Transportation Terminal Brigade (USAR) (Jacksonville, FL) • 1189th Transportation Terminal Brigade (USAR) (Charleston, SC) • 1395th Transportation Terminal Brigade (USAR) (Seattle, WA) • 1397th Transportation Terminal Brigade (USAR) (Port Hueneme, California) [2] • 595th Transportation Terminal Group (Camp Spearhead (Ash Shuaiba), Kuwait) • 597th Transportation Terminal Group (Fort Eustis, Virginia) [3] • 598th Transportation Terminal Group (Rotterdam, Netherlands)[4] • 599th Transportation Terminal Group (Wheeler Army Airfield, Hawaii)[5]

See also
• • • • United United United United States States States States Army Navy Air Force Marine Corps

External links
• US Armed Forces Order of Battle

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