Above, Air Force One arrives at Andrews Air Force Base, MD., on Sept. 11, 2001, with President George W. Bush on board. The president was in Florida when the terrorist attacks on the Pentagon, the World Trade Center in New York City, and in Pennsylvania took place. (U.S. Air Force Photo)
Eagle Country - Our Airmen - our aircraft - Our Air Force!
This page is designed to show Eagle Country's Air Force Security Forces Airmen, aircraft and the missions that our Airmen support. With HQ USAF, HQ Air Combat Command, and HQ Air National Guard being based in Eagle Country, we have limited the scope of this page initially the host base Security Force missions.
The US Air Force main operating bases in Eagle Country are Joint Base Andrews Maryland, Dover Air Force Base Delaware and Joint Base Langley Eustis VA. Eagle Chapter is proud to showcase the first responder units at these locations on our website. Following your installation's public release of information proceedures, unit personnel may help us improve the information shown by sending photos and information to us by clicking here. Headquarters SF activities may submit information as well. Enjoy!
Joint Base Andrews Maryland
The slideshow below depicts our Andrews Security Forces first responder units. These units include the 11th Security Forces Group (which is the host base security forces unit), the 113th Washington DC Air National Guard, and the 459th Air Refueling Wing (AFRES). The 11th SFG safeguards the President of the United States, his cabinet, other US and foreign leaders and aircraft that transit Andrews to conduct the diplomatic and other missions and affairs of state.
Dover Air Force Base Delaware
The slideshow below highlight Security Force units at Dover. These units include those that are assigned to the 436th Airlift Wing and the 512 Airlift Wing (AFRES). The 436th Security Forces Squadron (the host base unit) is responsible for the safety and security of Dover Air Force Base's C-5 and C-17 fleet as well as law enforcement that affects the public safety of base residents and facilities. The squadron manages the 436th Airlift Wing's information and personnel security, combat arms training, drug suppression and criminal investigative support as well as crime and traffic analysis. Security Forces personnel work with the Judge Advocate General, Air Force Office of Special Investigation, wing leadership, Air Mobility Command staff, and federal, state, and local police. Security Forces also support the wing's mobility mission.
Joint Base Langley Eustis Virginia
The slideshow below depicts the Joint Base Langley Eustis Security Forces units. These include the host base 633d Security Forces Squadron and the 733d Security Forces Squadron. Together, the units safeguard Air Combat Command assets assigned to the Langley Ft Eustis area.