281st Combat Communications Group

281st Combat Communications Group

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unit_name= 281st Combat Communications Group


caption= 281st Combat Communications Group emblem
dates= 1976–present
country= United States
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garrison= Smithfield, Rhode Island, USA
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The United States Air Force's 281st Combat Communications Group is a combat communications unit located at Smithfield, Rhode Island, USA. [http://www.riguard.com/modules.php?name=Content&pa=showpage&pid=51 281st Combat Communications Group]

Mission

Federal: To install, operate, and maintain combat ready equipment and personnel packages, to provide deployable communications and information (C&I) capability in support of the United States Air Force Joint Forces Air Component Commander (JFACC) and the Air Force Forces (AFFOR) Commander. Ibid

State: To be organized, equipped, and trained to function effectively in the protection of life, property and the preservation of peace, order, and public safety under competent orders of Rhode Island state authorities.Ibid

History

The 281st Combat Communications Group (281 CCG) was established as the 281st Tactical Air Control Group on 1 April 1976. The Group Headquarters, the 282 Combat Communications Squadron (CBCS), and the 283 CBCS were formerly Tactical Air Control units. The 263 CBCS was assigned to the Group in 1988. In 1993, the 118 CBCS was assigned to the Group Hqs. The 118th was a NATO Air Base Support (NABS) organization and recently converted to an Initial Beddown mission in NATO. Prior to the new Tactical Contingency Communications Equipment - Central Area (TCCE-CA) mission, the 282CBCS and 283 CBCS provided the entire USAF inventory of MRC-113 wideband radios and TSC-38B high frequency radios. The MRC-113 was the largest and had the longest range and channel capacity of any USAF Tactical Wideband radio system. The TSC-38B provided secure record traffic and a telephone switch in addition to its HF radio cababilities. The 263 CBCS was part of the 251CCG from Springfield, Ohio and had the contingency squadron mission. They possessed a variety of analog communications equipment, including high frequency and line-of-sight radios, technical control, record communications center, tactical switchboards, and a Digital Subscriber Terminal. In 1985, the 281 CCG was selected as the USAF Component of the Tactical Contingency Communications Equipment - Central Area (TCCE-CA) in support of the United States Central Command (USCENTCOM).

Assignments

Major Command/Gaining Command

*Air National Guard/Air Combat Command (1 June 1992 – Present)
*Air National Guard/Tactical Air Command (1976–1 June 1992)

Previous designations

* 281st Combat Communications Group (???-Present)

quadrons assigned

* 202th Engineering and Installation Squadron
* 213th Engineering and Installation Squadron
* 263d Combat Communications Squadron
* 282d Combat Communications Squadron
* 283d Combat Communications Squadron

Bases stationed

*Smithfield, Rhode Island (1976-Present)

References

External links

* [http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/agency/usaf/281ccg.htm Globalsecurity.org: 281st CCG]


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