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The mission of the 557th Weather Wing is maximizing America's power through the exploitation of timely, accurate and relevant weather information; anytime, everywhere.

The 557th WW delivers worldwide weather products to Air Force and Army warfighters, unified commands, National Programs and the National Command Authorities. In addition, the wing provides twenty-four hour technical assistance on all standard weather systems and equipment.

Each day, the wing's dedicated men and women build the world's most comprehensive weather database of observation, forecast, climatological, and space weather products available on the World Wide Web.

The wing is focused on developing, evaluating, testing and transitioning new technologies to weather teams around the world.
tab1st Weather Group 
The 1st Weather Group  aligns stateside weather operations with the Air Force warfighting initiative overseeing Operational Weather Squadrons. Each of the squadrons produces forecasts for a specified area of the United States. The squadrons also serve as training hubs for new weather professionals - both enlisted and officers. The 1st WXG arms our weather professionals with the training and skills necessary to deliver environmental intelligence for commanders and military decision makers.

15th Operational Weather Squadron
17th Operational Weather Squadron
21st Operational Weather Squadron
25th Operational Weather Squadron
26th Operational Weather Squadron
28th Operational Weather Squadron
 
 
 
tab2nd Weather Group 
The 2nd Weather Group delivers timely, relevant and specialized terrestrial, space and climatological global environmental intelligence to Joint warfighters, DoD decision-makers, national agencies, and allied nations for the planning and execution of missions across the complete spectrum of military operations through the operation, sustainment and maintenance of Air Force Weather's $277M strategic center computer complex, production network, and applications.

2nd Combat Weather Squadron
2nd Weather Squadron
     2nd WS, AFN Weather Center
     2nd WS, Radio Solar Telescope Network
     2nd WS, Solar Observing Optical Network
     2nd WS, Space Weather Flight
     2nd WS, Weather Intelligence Flight
14th Weather Squadron
16th Weather Squadron

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Det. 1, Learmonth, Australia
Det. 2, Sagamore Hill, Mass.
Det. 3, Wright-Patterson, Ohio
Det. 4, Holloman AFB, N.M.
Det. 5, Kaena Point, Hawaii
OL-A, Fort G. Meade, Md.
OL-B, Camp Springs, Md.
OL-K, Norman, Okla.
OL-P, Boulder, Colo.
OL-S, Shriever, Colo.
San Vito Solar Observatory, San Vito, Italy
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