366TH FIGHTER WING
The mission of the 366th Fighter Wing is to prepare mission-ready Gunfighters to fight and win today’s war and the next. The wing is composed of four groups: 366th Operations Group, 366th Maintenance Group, 366th Mission Support Group and 366th Medical Group.
The wing is home to three fighter squadrons: 389th Fighter Squadron, 391st Fighter Squadron and the Republic of Singapore’s 428th Fighter Squadron. The wing has the firepower of more than 50 F-15E Strike Eagle aircraft and 12 Republic of Singapore Air Force F-15SG aircraft. The 726th Air Control Squadron detachment assigned at the base gives an air picture to the aircraft as they train. An active Air National Guard unit, 266th Range Squadron, controls and maintains emitter sites within the 7,412-square-mile operational training range in southern Idaho.
Additionally, the 390th Electronic Combat Squadron, at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, Washington, is assigned to the 366th Operations Group. The squadron is responsible for suppression of enemy air defenses in support of expeditionary aircraft and ground troops by disrupting enemy electronic activity and obtaining tactical electronic intelligence.