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The mission of the 315th Airlift Wing is to provide trained personnel to be a source of augmentation for the active forces in any emergency expansion of the Air Force strategic and aeromedical airlift capability. Additionally, the Wing performs peacetime missions and integrates with the active-duty 437th Airlift Wing and the 628th Air Base Wing in their normal Air Mobility Command operations and logistics missions. Both of these units are assigned to Joint Base Charleston, S.C..
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315th Airlift Wing History

Explore the rich history of the 315th Airilft Wing dating back to the unit's contributions during World War II. Click here for more.
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Airman and Family Readiness 315th Airlift Wing
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