The 162d Combat Communications Group is one of the most active and diverse organizations in the Air National Guard. In addition to the usual training and deployment preparations, members of the 162d, in concert with active Air Force partner organizations, manage the MILSTAR satellite constellation, operate the Joint Space Operations Center, provide near realtime intelligence to combatant commands and warfighters in the field, and continuously update the USGS geospatial database for the western United States. The Group established one of the first Network Warfare organizations and operates Eagle Vision III, one of the most advanced satellite imaging systems used to support homeland security. This innovative Group operates these long term enduring missions in California in San Diego, Van Nuys, Vandenberg AFB, North Highlands and Beale AFB sustaining 24/7 operations and responding to State emergencies at a moments notice.
The 162 CCG relies upon the technical expertise and professionalism of its leaders and airmen who are known for their dedication and accomplishments:
Some changes in the new AFI 36-2903, dated 18 July 2011:
Where can you wear you flight cap when wearing blue uniforms?
a) anywhere you want
b) between first and second belt loop on left side
c) between first and second belt loop on right side
d) folded and tucked into the epaulet
e) either the left or right side
Wear/use of an earpiece, any blue tooth technology or headphones, while in uniform, indoors or outdoors, is prohibited, unless specifically authorized for the execution of official duties. (Exception: headphones and earphones are authorized: (more than one answer may be right)
a) during air travel
b) when in PT uniform participating in organized PT
c) while walking on the sidewalk talking to your commander
d) while listening to music at your desk
f) while in PT uniform participating in individual or personal PT