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  • 172 AW Environmental Commitment Statement

  • 172AW Contact Numbers

     172d Airlift Wing Contact Phone Numbers  On-Base Extensions Fire and Medical                 (601) 405-8911 Security Police (24 hr)        (601) 405-8642 Command Post                   (601) 405-8350 Military ID & Personnel       (601) 405-8379 Wing Headquarters             (601) 405-8300 Safety                                  (601) 405-8729 Fire
  • 172d Airlift Wing Director of Psychological Health

    Donna Burris, 172d AW Director of Psychological HealthFor additional information or to schedule an appointment please use the contact information below.  601-405-8055donna.e.burris.civ@mail.milShe is available for:- consultation to leadership/supervisors on psychological health issues- confidential assessment and referral- education and briefings
  • 172d Airman & Family Readiness Program

    Our people are responsible for the success of our mission.  Family readiness and support programs are designed to enhance the quality of life which is critical to the mission.Our Airman and Family Readiness Program is available to do just that; through orientation, education, communications support services, family activities and involvement.  The
  • 172d AW Environmental Policy

    12 July 2012MEMORANDUM FOR ALL UNIT MEMBERS, CONTRACTORS, & VENDORSFROM: 172 AW/CCSUBJECT: 172 AW Environmental Commitment Statement1. The primary mission of the 172d AW is to provide air transportation for airborne forces and their cargo. The Wing operates and maintains the C-17 Globemaster transport aircraft to support its airlift missions. The
  • 172d AW Units

    172d Airlift WingRegarded as the "Wings of the Deep South," the mission of the 172d AW is to constantly improve our combat capability to defend our nation and support our state. The wing's vision is to be the most responsive, most resourceful and most respected airlift wing on the planet.With its fleet of nine C-17 aircraft, the Mississippi Air
  • 172d Civil Engineer Squadron

    -172d Civil Engineer SquadronThe 172d Civil Engineer Squadron develops, deploys, and sustains expeditionary Airmen engineers; protects, preserve and improve facilities and infrastructure; and delivers world-class emergency response services and resource management. The 172d Civil Engineers provide support to base units and personnel, to include;
  • 172d Communications Flight

    Command SectionCommunications Flight Commander Comm: 601-405-8324 DSN: 828-8324 First Sergeant Comm: 601-405-8501 DSN: 828-8501 Policy and EvaluationsComm: 601-405-8347DSN: 828-8347 Plans and Resources FlightPlans and Resources Flight ChiefComm: 601-405-8316DSN 828-8316 Plans, Programs, Resources, and ReadinessComm: 601-405-8497 DSN 828-8497 Force
  • 172d Force Support Squadron

      -172d Force Support SquadronThe 172d Force Support Squadron provides a myriad of support and assistance to the military and civilian members assigned to or living near the largest military installation in the Air Force. This squadron's support structure consists of the Military Personnel Section, Airman & Family Readiness Center, Airman
  • 172d Security Forces Squadron

    172d Security Forces SquadronThe 172d Security Forces Squadron organizes trains and equips combat-ready personnel to secure the weapons storage area and to provide a safe, secure environment for personnel, resources and information. They maintain the highest state of Force Protection capability while providing the best possible police services to