Davis-Monthan AFB, Tuscon, AZ

FSAT Program
F-16s Regenerated for Air Combat Command’s Full-Scale-Aerial-Target (FSAT) Program
A-10 Wing Removal
A-10 Aircraft Lifted for Wing Removal
B-52H Engine
An Engine Replacement on the Recently Regenerated B-52H “Wise Guy”

The 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group (AMARG), which is a unit of the Ogden Air Logistics Complex, is located at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. They employ over 630 civilians supporting the Department of Defense, NASA and other government agencies by providing selected aerospace depot maintenance and modifications, aircraft regeneration, storage and preservation, and aircraft parts reclamation and disposal.

Davis-Monthan – America's Airpower Reservoir

See Homepage For This Base

Frances E. Warren AFB, WY

ICBM Maintenance
Missile Maintainers Tear Down an ICBM for Maintenance
Minuteman III Maintenance
Minuteman III in Silo Undergoing Maintenance
ICBM Launch
An Unarmed Minuteman III ICBM Launches During a Developmental Test
Our Nations Shield – Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles

See Homepage For This Base

Kadena AB, Japan

F-15 Upgrade
F-15 TCTO Upgrade in Kadena Hangar
Avionics Repairs
OO-ALC/EMXG 525th Electronics Maintenance Squadron Repairs Avionics
F-35A Take-off
F-35A Lightening II Taxis for Take-off from Kadena Air Base

The Support Center Pacific (SCP), located at Kadena Air Base, Okinawa, Japan, provides depot-level maintenance, test, repair, and overhaul of avionics, electronics, industrial components and on-site engineering support for electronics and structural components. Multiple weapon systems are supported by the SCP to include F-16, F-15, C-5, C-130, KC-135, A-10, E-3, and HH-60G.

Maintaining Air Superiority

See Homepage For This Base

Malmstrom AFB, MT

ICBM Facility
Intercontinental Ballistic Missile Launch Facility at Malmstrom AFB
Minuteman III Test
Minuteman III Accuracy and Reliability Test
Minuteman III Booster
Minuteman III Missile Booster is Lowered into Silo for Test Launch
Minuteman III Launch

See Homepage For This Base

Minot AFB, ND

Minuteman III Smoke Ring
Smoke Ring from Minuteman III ICBM Test
Launch Capsule
A catwalk leads to the Launch Capsule in the Oscar 1 Missile Alert Facility
ICBM Maintenance
A Minuteman III ICBM Undergoing Maintenance at Minot AFB
Nuclear Deterrence – From Land

See Homepage For This Base

Vandenberg AFB, CA

ICBM Test Launch
Launch of ICBM from Marshall Islands in First-Ever Salvo Test of Ground-Based Interceptors
ICBM Interceptors
Two Long-Range, Ground-Based ICBM Interceptors Launched from Vandenberg AFB
SpaceX Falcon 9
A SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket Landing at Vandenberg AFB
Launch of Unarmed Minuteman III ICBM

See Homepage For This Base

Offutt AFB, NE

ICBM Launch
ICBM Launch
NC3 System
The Nuclear Command, Control, and Communications (NC3) System is Made Up of a Multitude of Ground, Air, and Space Components.
742nd Squadron Practice
Members of the 742nd Missile Squadron Practice Turning Keys as Part of Day-to-Day Combat Operations
Nuclear Deterrence – From Land

See Homepage For This Base

Patrick AFB, FL

Space Surveillance Radar
Space Surveillance C-Band Radar System, USA/Australia
ROSA Tracking
Radar Open System Architecture (ROSA) Tracks Rocket Launches at Patrick AFB
Atlas V Launch
Atlas V Rocket Launch at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station
X-37B-ULA Atlas V Launch

See Homepage For This Base

Peterson AFB, CO

Military Tech
Technology and Innovation Make the Possibilities for Enhanced Military Capabilities in Space Very Real. The Technologies We Develop Play an Integral Role in Modern Military Planning and Strategic Thinking
7th Space Warning Squadron
The 7th Space Warning Squadron has an Enhanced Upgraded Early Warning Radar System With a Greater Capability to Detect and Track Missile Attacks Against the US and its Allies
Electronic Scheduling Dissemination Monitors
Electronic Scheduling Dissemination Monitors the Air Force Satellite Control Network Around-the-Clock. On Average, More Than 170 Satellites are Supported by the Network
Air Force Tech Report: Orbital Launch Systems

See Homepage For This Base

Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, TX

T-38 Trainers
T-38 Talon Supersonic Jet Trainers
T-38 Antennae
Technician Performs Antennae Repair on T-38 Talon
T-38 Technician
Technician Works on T-38 Pilot Trainer Aircraft at Joint Base San Antonio - Randolph

The 309th Aircraft Maintenance Group, which is a unit of Ogden Air Logistics Complex, is located at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, TX. They employ over 250 civilians supporting aircraft maintenance, overhaul and modification programs. They perform depot-level maintenance, repairs, and modifications on the T-38 Talon

T-38 Pacer Classic III Modification

See Homepage For This Base

Scott AFB, IL and Joint Base Langley-Eustis, VA

The 635th Supply Chain Operations Wing (635 SCOW) is the first responder to the Air Force Supply Chain. It is responsible for conducting time-critical operational spares execution and supply chain command and control for the Warfighter around the globe. In total, the 635 SCOW manages supply chain operations for over 4100 aircraft employing over 275 civilians at these two locations.

Other Locations

Air Force Sustainment Center employs another 700+ civilian employees at these following locations:

  • Maxwell-Gunter AFB, AL
  • Cape Canaveral AFB, FL
  • Melbourne, FL
  • Naval Air Station Pensacola, FL
  • Holloman AFB, NM
  • Wright Patterson AFB, OH
  • Fort Worth, TX
  • Fort Belvoir, VA
  • Joint Base Langley-Eustis, VA
  • Royal Air Force Mildenhall, United Kingdom

Search Air Force Civilian Jobs

To see all the jobs available, click the button below.

See Full Job Board

Link to Job Board