432d Operations Group

The 432nd Operations Group employs remotely piloted aircraft in 24/7/365 Combat Air Patrols in support of combatant commander needs and deploys combat support forces worldwide. This includes combat command and control, tactics development, intelligence support, weather support, and standardization and evaluation oversight for the U.S. Air Force Air Combat Command, Air Forces Central Command, Air Force Material Command, Air National Guard, Air Force Reserve Command, and Royal Air Force remotely piloted aircraft units. The group is also responsible for all air traffic control, airfield management, and weather services for operations at Creech AFB, Nev. The 432nd OG currently oversees global operations of six squadrons: 11th Attack Squadron, 15th ATKS, 20th ATKS, 42 ATKS, 89th ATKS, 489th ATKS and the 432nd Operations Support Squadron.

432d Maintenance Group

The 432nd Maintenance Group ensures that Airmen, MQ-1B and MQ-9 aircraft, ground control stations, Predator Primary Satellite Links, and a global integrated communications network are fully mission capable to support aircrew training, combat operations, operational test and evaluation, and natural disaster support. The 432nd MXG currently oversees three squadrons: 432nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 432nd Maintenance Squadron and the 432nd Aircraft Communications Maintenance Squadron.

732d Operations Group

The 732nd Operations Group employs remotely piloted aircraft in theaters across the globe year-round. The group also trains and equips forces to provide special capabilities and develops techniques and procedures with new technology to provide cutting-edge combat support for worldwide operations requiring remotely piloted aircraft. The group is a total-force unit comprised of members from both the Nevada Air National Guard and the Air Force Reserves. The 732nd OG oversees global operations of four squadrons: 17th Attack Squadron, 22nd ATKS, 30th RS, 44th RS and the 867th ATKS.

99th Air Base Wing

The 99th Air Base Wing, activated in October 1995, is the host wing for Nellis and Creech Air Force Bases located in Southern Nevada. The wing provides installation support for more than 10,000 personnel assigned to Nellis AFB, Creech AFB, and the Nevada Test & Training Range. Three groups are assigned to the wing: 99th Mission Support Group, 99th Medical Group and the 799th Air Base Group.

799th Air Base Group

The 799th Air Base Group is comprised of two squadrons that enable success through innovative base support and training. The 799th Air Base Squadron provides mission ready Airmen, infrastructure, services and communications support to enable the Creech Air Force Base mission and community success through innovative base support. The 799th Security Forces Squadron provides integrated defense for Creech AFB, which includes physical security, police services, investigations, electronic systems security, resource protection, and military working dogs.