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  • 311th Recruiting Squadron

    The 311th Recruiting Squadron, commanded by Lt. Col. Lee E. Akers, is one of the nine recruiting squadrons, within the 360th Recruiting Group, that is responsible for inspiring, engaging, and recruiting future Airmen to deliver airpower for America. The 311th RCS includes 96 active duty and 10 civilian personnel, 60 recruiting offices, three
  • 313th Recruiting Squadron

    The 313th Recruiting Squadron, commanded by Lt. Col. Andrew J. Lueckenhoff , is one of the nine recruiting squadrons, within the 360th Recruiting Group, that is responsible for inspiring, engaging, and recruiting future Airmen to deliver airpower for America. The 313th RCS includes 88 active duty and civilian personnel, 55 recruiting offices, four
  • 314th Recruiting Squadron

    The 314th Recruiting  Squadron, commanded by Lt. Col. Alexa B Quandt, is one of the nine recruiting squadrons within the 360th Recruiting Group, that is responsible for inspiring, engaging, and recruiting future Airmen to deliver airpower for America. The 314th RCS includes 82 active duty and civilian personnel, 36 recruiting offices and a Military
  • 317th Recruiting Squadron

    The 317th Recruiting Squadron, commanded by Lt. Col. Eric V. Saunders is one of the nine recruiting squadrons, within the 360th Recruiting Group, that is responsible for inspiring, engaging, and recruiting future Airmen and to deliver airpower for America. The 317th RCS includes 86 active duty and civilian personnel, 37 recruiting offices, two
  • 318th Recruiting Squadron

    The 318th Recruiting Squadron, commanded by Lt. Col. Darin E. Lupini, is responsible for directing recruiting activities for eight Officer Accessions flights, with approximately 74 recruiters and support personnel.  They are responsible for inspiring, engaging, and recruiting future Airmen to deliver airpower for America. The 318th RCS includes 74
  • 319th Recruiting Squadron

    The 319th Recruiting Squadron, commanded by Lt. Col. Jared Speer, directs and operates the recruiting activities of eight enlisted accession flights across a 15.5 million square mile area of responsibility, with approximately 78 active-duty and six civilian personnel. Chief Master Sgt. Jason O’Donley is the superintendent. Senior Master Sgt.
  • 330th Recruiting Squadron

    The 330th Recruiting Squadron, commanded by Lt. Col. Steven Cooper, is responsible for scouting, recruiting, and developing Special Warfare and Combat Support specialties throughout the entire world. The 330th RCS directs activities across the nation through twelve flights with approximately 96 Special Warfare Recruiters and 39 contracted Field
  • 331st Recruiting Squadron

    The 331st Recruiting Squadron, commanded by Lt. Col. Nathan Lewis, directs and operates the recruiting activities of seven enlisted accession flights and three Military Entrance Processing Stations with approximately 64 active-duty and nine civilian personnel. Senior Master Sgt. Joseph Avanzato is the squadron production superintendent. The 331st
  • 332nd Recruiting Squadron

    The 332nd Recruiting Squadron, commanded by Lt. Col. Bryan Ewing Sr., directs and operates the recruiting activities of eight enlisted accession flights with approximately 81 active-duty and 11 civilian personnel. Senior Master Sgt. Sam Mullins is the production superintendent. The 332nd RCS is located in Nashville, Tennessee, and covers a 92,000
  • 333rd Recruiting Squadron

    The 333rd Recruiting Squadron, commanded by Lt. Col. Marcus U. Stevenson, directs and operates the recruiting activities of eight enlisted accession flights with approximately 85 active-duty and eight civilian personnel. The superintendent is Chief Master Sgt. Christopher M. McBride. The 333rd RCS is located at Patrick Space Force Base, Florida,
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