The 375th Communications Group executes rapid global mobility for the 375th Air Mobility Wing in its global reach mission by providing command, control, communications and computer support to the 375th AMW and its 31 mission partners. The group consists of two squadrons, a direct-reporting section and resource advisers, with more than 938 military and civilian personnel who help direct, control and enhance the command and control capabilities for Scott AFB. The two squadrons are the 375th Communications Squadron and the 375th Communications Support Squadron. The direct-reporting section is Group Quality Assurance.
The 375th Communications Squadron executes rapid global mobility by providing command, control, communications and computer (C4) system services used by the 375th AMW and its mission partners. The squadron is comprised of three flights. The Cyber Operations Flight (SCO) directs and controls communications network infrastructure management capabilities supporting Scott AFB. The flight consists of the EIM help desk, the Official Mail Center, FOIA and PII support, records management, classified and unclassified network infrastructure, voice systems infrastructure, the Defense Red Switch Network, tech control and SATCOM systems. The Cyber Control Flight (SCP) provides secure and reliable network services across Scott AFB. The flight consists of the 618th Air Operations Center (TACC) communications support cell, communications focal point, client support, executive communications support, server administration and IT asset management. The Plans and Resources Flight (SCX) provides IT security strategy and manages the application, acquisition and implementation of new C4 requirements across Scott AFB. The flight consists of IT requirements management, project management and information assurance disciplines.
The 375th Communications Support Squadron executes rapid global mobility by providing 24/7 situational awareness and monitoring of C4 systems used by the DOD, USTRANSCOM, AMC, 18th Air Force, 618th Air Operations Center (TACC) and subordinate units. The 375th CSPTS also manages and administers AMC’s computer security and information assurance programs and develops network applications and automated processes for AMC. The squadron is comprised of four flights. The AMC Application Development Flight (SCE) automates processes for DOD, Air Force and AMC customers that save man-hours, speed decision-making, and get personnel and cargo to their destination faster. The Information Assurance Flight (SCC) manages, develops and leads AMC information assurance activities, programs and projects. To do this, SCC provides guidance and direction to program managers and users on certification and accreditation of systems and networks. The flight also conducts system and software evaluations to ensure security compliance with DOD and Air Force regulations. The Mobility Cyber Operations Flight (SCO) provides world-class operations and maintenance support for the Global Command and Control System, Global Decision Support System, Consolidated Air Mobility Planning System, Global Air Transportation Execution System, Mobility Enterprise Information Services and AMC Transportation systems. SCO also provides the Mobility Operations Application-based System, a unique web-application hosting capability that supports DOD, Air Force and AMC customers. The Mobility Air Forces Cyber Coordination Center Flight (SCM) provides 24/7 monitoring, coordination, and reporting of AMC and 18th Air Force’s cyber key terrain across 12 bases and 18 C2 systems in more than 150 locations throughout the world. They serve as the coordinating authority for events in cyberspace affecting the Mobility Air Force’s enterprise.