"Airmen Inspiring Confidence within a Culture of Compliance."
Responsible for all on/off-equipment maintenance support for the largest F-15E fighter wing in the Air Force. Maintains, mobilizes, deploys and sustains 94 F-15E aircraft and associated equipment for worldwide expeditionary aerospace operations and F-15E aircrew training. Generates 15,000 sorties and 24,000 hours annually.
2,200 military and civilian personnel
The group is divided into seven squadrons: 4th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 4th Component Maintenance Squadron, Equipment Maintenance Squadron, 333rd Fighter Generation Squadron, 334th Fighter Generation Squadron, 335th Fighter Generation Squadron, 336th Fighter Generation Squadron and the 4th Maintenance Group Staff.
4th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron
The 4th AMXS plans and directs aircraft generation and maintenance operations of approximately 1,000 U.S. Air Force personnel. The squadron is responsible for the flightline maintenance of F-15E Strike Eagle aircraft. The total assets assigned to the unit are valued at more than $700 million. The squadron accomplishes 12,519 sorties and 23,633 flying hours annually. The squadron is responsible for the readiness of personnel, aircraft and equipment to support combat aircrew training and execute deliberate and contingency plans worldwide.
4th Equipment Maintenance Squadron
The 4th EMS provides safe and reliable on and off equipment maintenance for F-15E Strike Eagle aircraft. The squadron includes 600 personnel in 11 career fields assigned to aerospace ground equipment, armament, fabrication, munitions and maintenance flights. The squadron ensures readiness of personnel and equipment to support combat aircrew training and executes deliberate and contingency plans worldwide.
4th Component Maintenance Squadron
The 4th CMS provides safe and reliable on and off aircraft equipment maintenance in support of F-15E Strike Eagle aircraft. The squadron includes more than 417 personnel in 10 career fields assigned to Accessories (which includes Egress, Electro-Environmental, Fuels and Hydraulic sections), Avionics, Propulsion and Test, Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment Flights. The squadron maintains personnel and equipment readiness to support deliberate and contingency plans worldwide.
Fighter Generation Squadrons
The 333rd, 334th, 335th, and 336th FGS were activated on Sept. 30, 2021 and replaced the former Aircraft Maintenance Units. Under the Combat Oriented Maintenance Organization, each FGS is directly aligned with its associated Fighter Squadron which allows for unity of effort and maintains clearly established division of responsibilities.