201st Combat Communications Group

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201st Combat Communications Group
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Active 1967 – 2013
Country United States
Allegiance State of Hawaii
Branch United States Air Force
Type Combat Communications
Role Command and Control
Part of Hawaii ANG
Garrison/HQ Hickam AFB, Hawaii
Commanders
Current
commander
Col Joseph A. Garnett[1]

The United States Air Force's 201st Combat Communications Group (201 CCG) was a combat communications unit located at Hickam AFB, Hawaii, USA. The 201 CCG was composed of a group headquarters and five assigned units located on the Hawaiian islands of Oahu, Maui, Hawaii and Kauai.

Mission[edit]

The 201st CCG’s mission was to provide tactical communications and air traffic services in the defense and service of the United States of America and its allies.[2] It also supports emergency United States Air Force requirements for air traffic control and communications facilities, as well as to provide tactical communications for the State of Hawaii, Department of Defense, in response to emergencies originating from either human or natural causes.[3]

Mission Statement

History[edit]

Emblem[edit]

Azure, a lightning bolt bendwise or garnished gules between a pattern of six mullets of five points of varying sizes argent and in dexter base a silhouetted Hawaiian warrior brown fimbriated of the second, all within a diminished bordure of the like.[4]

Previous designations[edit]

  • 201st Combat Communications Group (1976–2013)[5]
  • 201st Combat Communications Squadron (1967–1976)

Squadrons previously assigned[edit]

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