916th Air Refueling Wing The 916th Air Refueling Wing is comprised of three groups, one aero-medicine squadron and the wing staff. Each group and section carries out a specific role in relationship to our federal and local mission. The 916th Mission Support Group makes up nearly 50 percent of the wing's personnel. Areas of responsibility within this group support a wide array of functions to include Force Support Squadron, Logistics Readiness Squadron, and Security Forces Squadron. The 916th Maintenance Group ensures our aircraft are ready to fly at a moment's notice. From maintenance scheduling to the maintenance operations center to the engine shop, this group of professionals work around the clock to maintain the KC-46A Pegasus assigned to this wing. The 916th Operations Group is responsible for flying the aircraft and delivering fuel, whenever and wherever needed. The men and women of the operations support flight and the 77th Air Refueling Squadron have a long and decorated history for their efforts in support of our nation. The 916th Aerospace Medicine Squadron ensures the health of all our Airmen. This flight contains all our doctors, dentists, nurses, physician assistants and medical technicians.