55th Mobile Command and Control Squadron

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55th Mobile Command and Control Squadron
55th Mobile Command and Control Squadron.png
55th Mobile Command and Control Squadron emblem
Active 1978-2006[1]
Country United States
Branch United States Air Force
Type Command and Control
Role Survivable C2
Part of ACC/55th Wing
Garrison/HQ Offutt AFB, Nebraska
Nickname(s) Reapers
Motto IMPERIUM REGIMEN COMPITI
Decorations Outstanding Unit ribbon.svg AFOUA
Global War on Terrorism Service ribbon.svg GWOT-S

The United States Air Force's 55th Mobile Command and Control Squadron (55 MCCS) was a mobile command and control unit located at Offutt AFB, Nebraska.

History[edit]

Personnel of the 55 MCCS were trained in their primary specialty, in addition to vital expeditionary capabilities that ensure survival.

Logo Significance[edit]

Blue and yellow are the Air Force colors. Blue alludes to the sky, the primary theater of Air Force operations. Yellow refers to the sun and the excellence required of Air Force personnel.

Previous designations[2][edit]

  • 55th Mobile Command and Control Squadron (1 July 1994-30 September 2006)[1]

Bases stationed[edit]

Commanders[edit]

  • Lt Col John J. Jordan (2000–2002)[3]
  • Maj. Karen Hibbard (2005-2006)[1]
  • Lt Col Ronald J. Hefner (1997-1999)

Equipment Utilized[edit]

  • Mobile Consolidated Command Center (1998–Present),[4][5]
  • MILSTAR[5]
  • DSCS[5]
  • Single Channel Anti-Jam Manpower (SCAMP) terminals[5]

Decorations[edit]

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