There are five major units in the 133rd Airlift Wing: Headquarters Group; Maintenance Group; Operations Group;
Medical Group; and Mission Support Group.
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133rd Airlift Wing Headquarters Group
The 133rd Airlift Wing Headquarters Command Post Staff provides for the command and control of all assigned and attached units to accomplish and support worldwide United State Air Force and State of Minnesota requirements for the tactical airlift of troops, cargo, and medical patients anywhere in the world, as well as to support any other State or Federal mission requirements for which the wing may be tasked.
133rd Airlift Wing Maintenance Group
The 133rd Airlift Wing Maintenance Group is responsible for the maintenance of eight C-130H3 aircraft. These cargo aircraft provide tactical airlift and airdrop missions all over the world in support of in-place and deployed combat operations. Peacetime activities include humanitarian missions, training and providing well maintained, highly mission capable aircraft for tasking.
The Maintenance Group consists of:
- Maintenance Operations Flight
- Maintenance Squadron
- Aircraft Maintenance Squadron
133rd Airlift Wing Medical Group
The mission of the 133rd Medical Group is to ensure that personnel of the 133rd Airlift Wing are medically qualified and prepared for flight duty and worldwide deployment. This unit provides medical services supporting unit wartime tasking, state emergencies and natural disasters.
The Medical group consists of:
- Medical Support
- Medical Operations
- Aerospace Medicine
133rd Airlift Wing Mission Support Group
The Mission Support Group consists of:
- Civil Engineer Squadron
- Mission Support Flight
- Communications Flight
- Security Forces Squadron
- Services Flight
- Logistics Readiness Squadron
- Aerial Port
- 210th Engineer Installation Squadron
133rd Airlift Wing Operations Group
The 133rd Operations Group commands units that support and accomplish federal and state requirements for the airlift of troops, cargo, and medical patients anywhere in the world.
To support any other higher headquarters tasked mission within our unit's capabilities. To monitor standardization of all flying and support unit assets and operating procedures. To insure units maintain an environment conducive to safe training activities.
The Operations Group consists of:
- Operations Support Flight
- 109th Airlift Squadron
- 109th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron
- Airlift Control Flight
- 208th Weather Flight