2ND MAINTENANCE GROUP

MISSION: Provide Safe, Efficient and Compliant Maintenance – Always!

VISION: Develop Competent, Confident and Committed Maintenance Airmen to accomplish our mission. 

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ACHIEVEMENTS 

  • General Frederick W. Castle Memorial Award for best bomber wing in Air Force Global Strike Command ‘17
  • Global Strike Challenge Winners - 2nd Bomb Wing awarded Fairchild Trophy for Best Bomb Wing ‘17

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    During the Vietnam War, aerospace ground equipment personnel donned the nickname of Ranger and the acronym DINSTAAR (Danger is no stranger to the AGE ranger) was born. Rangers of the 2nd Maintenance Squadron AGE flight maintain 640 pieces of machinery that are essential to the mission of the B-52H Stratofortress.
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