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32d Combat Communications Squadron

32d Combat Communications Squadron
32d Combat Communications Squadronemblem
Active 22 July 1988 – 2013
Country United States
Branch United States Air Force
Role Tactical Communications
Size Squadron
Part of Air Force Space Command/24th Air Force/3d Combat Communications Group
Garrison/HQ Tinker AFB, Oklahoma
Motto OUT IN FRONT!!!!
Lt Col James Simonds

The 32d Combat Communications Squadron (32 CCS) was a United States Air Force combat communications squadron, located at Tinker AFB. They deploy quality communications-computer systems and air traffic services for military operations and emergency missions under hostile and base conditions anytime, anywhere.


Provide engineering team and expeditionary communications to support advon, initial reception of forces, and "reach forward" deployment of key personnel. Provide communications infrastructure to activate and robust two air expeditionary wings (AEW) with a maximum boots on ground of 3,000 persons each. Provide deployed base information infrastructure across the full spectrum of operations. Provide connectivity for base infrastructure and from base infrastructure to theatre information infrastructure. Provide power and environmental control where these services are not available from host or wing civil engineering. Provide theatre-level services including global broadcast system tactical receive suite, line of sight and intra-theatre information infrastructure. Provide air traffic control services to one AEW.



Major Command


Previous designations

  • 32d Combat Communications Squadron (???-Present)

Bases stationed



See also


External links

  • Tinker AFB, Oklahoma
  • U.S. Air Force to Shut Down Award Winning Communications Unit at Tinker AFB news article
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