Mission The 366th Maintenance Group is responsible for maintenance of all 61+ assigned F-15E/SG and two trainer aircraft, associated aircraft systems, support equipment and munitions. The group develops flying and maintenance schedules to execute an annual flying hour program for more than 5,800 sorties and 6,354 flying hours. It also executes deliberate and contingency war plans, ensures weapons standardization and quality assurance and conducts training for maintenance personnel.
Personnel More than 1,800 personnel are assigned to the 366th MXG, making it the largest group in the 366th FW.
Organization The 366 MXG is comprised of four squadrons: the 366th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, the 366th Equipment Maintenance Squadron, the 366th Component Maintenance Squadron and the 366th Maintenance Operations Squadron.
366th AMXS The 366th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron plans and directs aircraft generation and maintenance operations of approximately 600 U.S. Air Force (USAF) personnel and 150 Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) personnel. The squadron is responsible for the flightline maintenance of 48 F-15E aircraft in the 389th and 391st Aircraft Maintenance Units and 12 F-15SG aircraft in the 428th Aircraft Maintenance Unit. The total assets assigned to the unit are valued at more than $4 billion and the squadron manages a $56 million budget to accomplish 5,813 sorties and 8,380 flying hours. The squadron is responsible for the readiness of personnel, aircraft and equipment to support combat aircrew training and execute deliberate/contingency plans worldwide.
366th EMS The 366th Equipment Maintenance Squadron provides safe and reliable on/off equipment maintenance for 61 F-15E/SG aircraft. The squadron includes 446 personnel in 11 career fields assigned to aerospace ground equipment, armament, fabrication, munitions and maintenance flights. The squadron ensures readiness of personnel and equipment to support combat aircrew training and execute deliberate and contingency plans worldwide.
366th CMS The 366th Component Maintenance Squadron provides safe and reliable on and off aircraft equipment maintenance in support of 70+ F-15 E/SG aircraft. The squadron includes over 260 personnel in 10 career fields assigned to Accessories (which includes Egress, Electro-Environmental, Fuels & Hydraulic sections), Avionics, Propulsion and Test, Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment Flights. The squadron maintains personnel and equipment readiness to support deliberate and contingency plans worldwide.
366th MOS The 366th Maintenance Operations Squadron has about 135 warriors assigned including MXG Staff, Quality Assurance and Weapons Standardization. The mission of the 366th MOS is to maintain and improve fleet health for the wing's 73 fighter aircraft, two trainers and produce quality maintenance training for more than 1,800 personnel in 114 different work centers.
Point of Contact
366th Maintenance Group, Public Affairs Office; 366 Gunfighter Ave. Suite 310; Mountain Home AFB, ID 83647; DSN 728-6800 or (208) 828-6800; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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