HomeAboutFact Sheets

Fact Sheet Search

Fact Sheet Alphabetical List

  • 101st Intelligence Squadron

    In its federal capacity, the 101st Intelligence Squadron operates the Air Force Distributed Common Ground System (also referred to as the AN/GSQ-272 SENTINEL weapon system) at Digital Ground Station—Massachusetts (DGS-MA). The 101st is responsible for providing near real-time processing, exploitation, and dissemination of intelligence in direct support of fielded forces and other United States combatant commander requirements.
  • 102nd Communications Flight

    The 102nd Communications Flight provides a broad range of communication services to the Joint Base Cape Cod workforce. In doing so it services more than 1,200 Airmen and 30 tenant organizations that span Joint Base Cape Cod.
  • 102nd Force Support Flight

    The 102nd Force Support Flight is responsible for providing first-class combat and community support by delivering superior programs supporting Airmen and family care, military and civilian personnel services, education and training, food service, lodging and fitness for the 102nd Intelligence Wing and their families.
  • 102nd Intelligence Support Squadron

    The 102nd ISS provides intelligence systems maintenance, integration, and operations for the AN/GSQ-272 SENTINEL weapon system, as part of the Air Force Distributed Common Ground System (AF-DCGS) Enterprise, enabling near real-time Collection, Processing, Exploitation, and Dissemination (CPED) of fused intelligence to warfighters, combatant commanders, and the larger intelligence community. The weapon system employs a global communications architecture that connects multiple airborne intelligence collection platforms and sensors to Imagery and Signals Intelligence Analysts at Otis ANGB and other DGS sites. The 102nd ISS ensures the availability and integrity of weapon system networks, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, through operation and maintenance of mission and ancillary networks and equipment, software installation and support, information system security, communications security, technology integration and innovation, systems architecture and configuration management, supply and logistics, and contract management and oversight. In addition, the 102nd ISS provides support to the overall maintenance effort of the NORAD Pocket J Situational Awareness Data Link (SADL) system at Otis ANGB.
  • 102nd Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group

    When federally activated, DGS-MA provides 24/7/365 near-real-time exploitation and analysis of U-2 Dragon Lady & RQ-4 Global Hawk High Altitude ISR missions and MQ-9 Reaper Medium Altitude missions. One hundred percent of DGS-MA’s Medium Altitude crews exploiting Full Motion Video (FMV) sensors are certified to execute both Special Operations Forces (SOF) and Sensor Tasking Authority (STA) missions. DGS-MA also provides Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT) production and analysis in support of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) under an “operations incidental to training” construct.
  • 102nd Operations Support Squadron

    The 102nd Operations Support Squadron (OSS) is one of three units that make up the 102nd Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group (ISRG). The squadron provides operational support functions as an integral member of Digital Ground Station Massachusetts (DGS-MA). Squadron members are highly experienced Airmen who provide a backbone of planning, training, integrations, tactics, scheduling, and quality control. Their efforts ensure the weapons system is properly and effectively utilized to support the warfighter. Operationally, DGS-MA and the 102 OSS falls under the 480th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing of the Air Combat Command located at Langley Air Force Base.
  • 102nd Security Forces Squadron

    The 102nd Security Forces Squadron home-station mission is to secure and protect all 102nd Intelligence Wing missions, personnel, and resources through the tenacious pursuit of Integrated Defense desired effects. Our deployed mission is to provide agile combat support capability to our MAJCOM by fielding teams of technically and tactically proficient 21st Century Air National Guard Security Forces Airmen; fully prepared and possessing a strategic mindset.
  • 202nd Intelligence Support Squadron

    The 202nd ISS is charged with sustaining a reserve force of Cyber ISR analysts and support staff capable of augmenting and contributing to global Cyber ISR operations. Augmentees support both home-station, nation-wide, and overseas deployments in addition to providing top notch behind the scenes Cyber ISR guidance.
  • 202nd Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group

    The 202 ISRG is charged with recruiting, training, and sustaining a reserve force of Cyber ISR analysts and support staff capable of augmenting and contributing to global DoD Cyber ISR operations.
  • 203rd Intelligence Squadron

    The 203rd IS is charged with sustaining a reserve force of Cyber ISR analysts and support staff capable of augmenting and contributing to global Cyber ISR operations. Augmentees support both home-station, nation-wide, and overseas deployments in addition to providing top notch behind the scenes Cyber ISR guidance.
RSS