The 366th Fighter Wing has the firepower of more than 50 F-15E Strike Eagle and 12 Republic of Singapore Air Force F-15SG aircraft. The wing population consists of approximately 5,100 military and civilian members in addition to 3,500 family members.
The wing is home to three fighter squadrons:
- The 389th Fighter Squadron (389th FS) Thunderbolts or T-Bolts
- The 391st Fighter Squadron (391st FS) Tigers
- The Republic of Singapore 428th Fighter Squadron (428th FS) Buccaneers.
The 726th Air Control Squadron (726th ACS) is a tenant unit of the 366th Operations Group. They are a Control and Reporting Center (CRC) and responsible for mobile, decentralized command and control of joint operations by conducting threat warnings, battle management, theater missile defense, among many other things.
The 266th Range Squadron (266th RANS), an active Air National Guard unit tenant assigned to Mountain Home AFB, controls and maintains emitter sites providing our aircrews with electronic simulations of ground-based air defense threats within the 7,412-square mile operational training range located in southern Idaho called the Mountain Home Range Complex (MHRC).
The 390th Electronic Combat Squadron (390th ECS) Wild Boars are located at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, Washington. The Wild Boars operate as a geographically separated unit (GSU) attached to the 366th Operations Group. They're responsible for the suppression of enemy air defenses in support of expeditionary aircraft and ground troops by disrupting enemy electronic activity and obtaining tactical electronic intelligence.