The 445th Airlift Wing is composed of
- 445th Operations Group ("Wright-Patterson" Tail Stripe)
- 89th Airlift Squadron ("Rhinos", 9 C-17 Globemaster III aircraft)
- 445th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron
- 445th Airlift Control Flight
- 445th Operations Support Squadron
- 445th Maintenance Group
- 445th Mission Support Group
Along with separate support units that report directly to the Wing Commander. The present unit strength is approximately 300 officers and 1,850 enlisted troops. Most 445th Airlift Wing members are traditional reservists who serve in the military on a part-time basis, taking time out from their families and civilian jobs to participate a minimum of one weekend a month as well as two-weeks of annual training each year. Augmenting the traditional reserve force is a team of approximately 350 members employed full-time as air reserve technicians in the unit.
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