UNDERGRADUATE AIR BATTLE MANAGER TRAINING – CLASS 1613 – YOU ARE NOT INCONTROL HERE

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Computer made/mounted on velcro   4.0 inch-100mm

 

337th AIR CONTROL SQUADRON

Lineage. Designated as 3625 Technical Training Group (Weapons Controller), and organized, on 15 Aug 1958. Redesignated as: 3625 Technical Training Squadron (Weapons Controller) on 1 Jul 1963; 331 Technical Training Squadron on 15 Sep 1992; 337 Training Squadron on 1 Apr 1994. Inactivated on 1 Sep 1994. Redesignated as 337 Air Control Squadron, and activated, on 12 Oct 2012.

Assignments. Air Training Command, 15 Aug 1958; 3380 Technical School, USAF, 1 Jul 1963; USAF School of Applied Aerospace Sciences, Keesler, 1 Aug 1972; 3390 Technical Training Group, 30 Apr 1976; 3400 Technical Training Group, 1 Jul 1985; 3300 Technical Training Wing (later, 3300 Technical Training Group; 393 Technical Training Group; 81 Technical Training Group), 1 Jul 1986; 325 Operations Group, 1 Apr-1 Sep 1994. 33 Operations Group, 12 Oct 2012-.

Stations. Tyndall AFB, FL, 15 Aug 1958-1 Sep 1994. Tyndall AFB, FL, 12 Oct 2012-.

Service Streamers. None.

Campaign Streamers. None.

Armed Forces Expeditionary Streamers. None.

Decorations. Air Force Outstanding Unit Awards: 1 Jan 1962-31 Mar 1964; 1 Jan 1969-31 Dec 1970; 1 Jul 1971-31 Jul 1972; 1 Jan 1976-30 Apr 1977; 1 May 1977-30 Apr 1978; 1 May 1978-30 Apr 1979; 1 May 1979-30 Apr 1980; 1 Apr 1985-31 Mar 1987; 1 Apr 1987-31 Dec 1988; 1 Jun 1990-31 May 1992.

Emblem. Approved on 12 Dec 1958, newest rendition approved 10 May 2018.

 

AIR BATTLE MANAGER

The 337th Air Control Squadron teach junior officers on how to become air battle managers. When it comes to air combat, ABMs are responsible for putting the right assets into contact with unfriendly forces. Utilizing strategy, experience and an intimate knowledge of aircraft, weapons and surveillance; they use everything at their disposal to control the outcome of an air battle. This can include both airborne surveillance and electronic warfare. Additionally, the squadron provides training for international officers in tactical command and control operations in a coalition environment.

The 337th ACS were originally called the 325th Air Control Squadron, and finds its functional Tyndall roots back in 1947, when the Interceptor Weapons Schoolhouse was established. Since then the Air Force has conducted controller training at Tyndall, though with numerous mergers and name changes. In Oct 2012 the 325th Fighter Wing transferred from Air Education and Training Command to Air Combat Command.  At that time the 325th ACS was designated the 337th ACS and remained in AETC as a geographically separated unit of the 33d Fighter Wing, Eglin AFB, FL.

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