Blue and yellow are the Air Force colors. Blue alludes to the sky, the primary theater of Air Force operations.
Yellow refers to the sun and the excellence required of Air Force personnel. The wings which depict the aircraft used by the Group also symbolize the mission. The dagger suggests the strength and determination of Group personnel in the performance of their duties. The “halo” or orbit wing signifies that the unit has no limit when providing rescue services
352nd Operations Support Squadron (352nd OSS) provides in-garrison and deployed command and control and operational support for two flying squadrons, one special tactics squadron, and one maintenance squadron. The support includes exercise, logistics, and contingency planning; aircrew training; communications; aerial delivery; medical; intelligence; security and force protection; weather; information technologies; and current operations.
The expeditionary design and flexibility of the the 352nd SOSS is regularly showcased and highlighted by its ability to operate simultaneously in multiple locations. The squadron's "can-do" attitude allows the group commander to focus on force application and project specialized combat air power in the EUCOM area of responsibility and elsewhere.
352d Special Operations Support Squadron Emblem (1993)
Blue and yellow are the Air Force colors. Blue alludes to the sky, the primary theater of Air Force operations. Yellow refers to the sun and the excellence required of Air Force personnel. The helm and the sword represent the flying units of the Group and denote their training and mission to defend peace. The lightning flash symbolizes the swiftness of the squadron personnel in performing their duties in support of that mission.
352nd Maintenance Squadron (352nd MXS) provides all organizational maintenance on MC-130H Combat Talon II, MC-130P Combat Shadow, MC-130J Commando II and CV-22B Osprey aircraft assigned to the group's two special operations flying squadrons. The 352nd SOMXS also provides management for the group's engine and munitions inventories.
352d Special Operations Maintenance Squadron Emblem (1993)
Blue and yellow are the Air Force colors. Blue alludes to the sky, the primary theater of Air Force operations. Yellow refers to the sun and the excellence required of Air Force personnel. The crossed tools and dagger reflect the Squadron’s expertise in the maintenance of equipment used for special operations and denotes the relationship between operational units and specialized support units. The dagger emphasizes the quick and decisive action of special operations and points to a globe indicating the worldwide expanse of special operations units
25th Intelligence Squadron, Detachment 2
Detachment 2 Emblem (2007)
Blue and yellow are the Air Force colors. Blue alludes to the sky, the primary theater of Air Force operations. Yellow refers to the sun and the excellence required of Air Force personnel. The wings represent the unit's airborne mission. The dagger reflects the Squadron's lineage as a support unit to tactical and Special Operations Forces. The chess knight symbolizes the unit's function in intelligence gathering.
The Bat ties the Detachment to its birth within the 488th Intelligence Squadron.
Detachment 2 is attached to the 352d Special Operations Group from the 25th Intelligence Squadron located at Hurlburt Field, Florida.
The Detachment consists of direct support operators, network intelligence analysts, military and contractor maintenance technicians, and staff personnel, and is capable of providing real-time threat warning and enhanced situational awareness to aircrews. Flying as aircrew members during training, exercises, and real-world contingencies, Detachment 2 uses SILENT SHIELD to exploit information to keep the Group in the enemy decision loop. Unit analysts are also a fundamental part of the mission planning process, providing key information to both direct supporter operators and special operations task forces. The origins of Detachment 2, and the four other detachments that make up the 25th Intelligence Squadron, can be primarily attributed to the loss of Rangers during Operation JUST CAUSE and emerging AFSOC needs after Operation DESERT STORM. The phrase "Born Under Fire" became cemented when Detachment 7’s direct support operators went into combat for the first time during Operation DESERT STORM. Their capabilities and skills became so highly sought after that the 25th Intelligence Squadron was formally activated in 1993.
Since joining the 352d Special Operations Group, members of Detachment 2 have flown thousands of combat hours, supporting the Group’s efforts within EUCOM, AFRICOM, and CENTCOM areas of responsibility.
Information from RAF Mildenhall Web Page - http://www.mildenhall.af.mil/library/factsheets/factsheet.asp?id=12951
352 Special Operations Wing / 752 Special Operations Group
The 352nd Special Operations Group was redesignated as the 352nd Special Operations Wing during a ceremony held in Hangar 814 March 23 2015. Immediately following this, the 752nd Special Operations Group and the 352nd Special Operations Maintenance Group were activated.
More information here - http://www.aeroresource.co.uk/articles/2015/352-special-operations-wing-stands-up/
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