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Force structure changes to affect 624th Regional Support Group

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The Air Force plans to change manpower authorizations and retire some of its older aircraft, according to a fiscal 2010 force structure realignment announced June 25.

The realignment supports the FY10 President's Budget Request. Unrelated to the FY 10 force structure realignment, the Air Force Reserve's end strength will grow from 67,400 to 69,500. This increase in manpower authorizations in FY 10 represents approximately 2,100 Airmen for emerging mission areas such as cyber, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, unmanned aerial systems and the nuclear enterprise.

For the 624th Regional Support Group at Hickam Air Force Base, Hawaii, the Air Force outlined an increase of five drill positions and four Air Reserve Technician positions for proper support of subordinate units.

The 624 RSG is the largest Air Force Reserve presence in the Pacific, which is comprised of five units in Hawaii and at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam. The group provides the combatant commander more than 650 combat-ready Airmen who specialize in aerial port, aeromedical staging and civil engineering operations for worldwide employment.

For more details about the FY10 Force Structure realignment visit