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U.S. Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Hector Dominguez is appointed as the new Command Chief Master Sergeant for the Air Force Reserve’s 624th Regional Support Group effective March 1, 2017. Located on Oahu and Guam, the 624th RSG mission is to deliver mission essential capability through combat readiness, quality management and peacetime deployments to any area of responsibility. Chief Master Sergeant Hector Dominguez

Chief Master Sgt. Hector Dominguez is the Command Chief Master Sgt. for the 624th Regional Support Group, headquartered at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii. The Group delivers mission essential capability to combatant commanders through combat readiness, quality management, peacetime deployment, and execution of six geographically separated units in the Pacific area of responsibility. The Group is the largest Air Force Reserve presence in the Pacific, providing nearly 700 combat-ready Airmen who specialize in aerial port, aeromedical support, and civil engineering operations for worldwide employment.
5/25
2017
Default Air Force Logo Lt. Col. John M. Tudela

Lt. Col. John M. Tudela is the Commander of the 624th Aerospace Medicine Flight, Andersen Air Force Base, Guam. The complex missions of the 624 AMDF include the training of medical personnel to ensure full wartime mission capability, provide physical exams and immunizations to 624 RSG units in Guam, and expeditiously mobilize medically ready and expert personnel to augment staff of a 50-bed Aeromedical Staging Facility in place or in a deployed location in support of the Air Mobility Command.
3/08
2017
Lt. Col. Reid M. Matsuda is the Commander, 624th Civil Engineer Squadron, 624th Regional Support Group, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii. In this position, he is responsible for organizing, training and equipping traditional reservists composed of more than 130 Prime BEEF team members and firefighters. This responsibility also includes rapid deployment worldwide to construct and maintain airfield facilities, provide firefighting support, and coordinate planning for any disasters. Lt. Col. Reid M. Matsuda

Lt. Col. Reid M. Matsuda is the Commander, 624th Civil Engineer Squadron, 624th Regional Support Group, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii. In this position, he is responsible for organizing, training and equipping traditional reservists composed of more than 130 Prime BEEF team members and firefighters. This responsibility also includes rapid deployment worldwide to construct and maintain airfield facilities, provide firefighting support, and coordinate planning for any disasters.
3/08
2017
Lt. Col. Melvin L. Ibarreta is the Deputy Commander of the 624th Regional Support Group, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii. The 624 RSG delivers mission essential capability to combatant commanders through combat readiness, quality management, peacetime deployment,
and execution of six geographically separated units in the Pacific area of responsibility. The Group is the largest Air Force Reserve presence in the Pacific, providing nearly 700 combat-ready Airmen who specialize in aerial port, aeromedical support, and civil engineering operations for
worldwide employment. Lt. Col. Melvin L. Ibarreta

Lt. Col. Melvin L. Ibarreta is the Deputy Commander of the 624th Regional Support Group, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii. The 624 RSG delivers mission essential capability to combatant commanders through combat readiness, quality management, peacetime deployment, and execution of six geographically separated units in the Pacific area of responsibility. The Group is the largest Air Force Reserve presence in the Pacific, providing nearly 700 combat-ready Airmen who specialize in aerial port, aeromedical support, and civil engineering operations for worldwide employment.
3/08
2017
Maj. Miriam V. Howard is the Commander of the 48th Aerial Port Squadron, 624th Regional Support Group, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii. The 48th Aerial Port’s mission is to train personnel to provide sustained expeditionary support for aerial port operations at established, fixed and non-fixed terminals as well as to deploy resources
in support of Air Mobility Command for contingencies or other directed operations. Major Miriam V. Howard

Maj. Miriam V. Howard is the Commander of the 48th Aerial Port Squadron, 624th Regional Support Group, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii. The 48th Aerial Port’s mission is to train personnel to provide sustained expeditionary support for aerial port operations at established, fixed and non-fixed terminals as well as to deploy resources in support of Air Mobility Command for contingencies or other directed operations.
3/08
2017
Col. Lee W. Bradshaw is the Commander of 624th Aeromedical Staging Squadron, 624th Regional Support Group, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii. The 624th ASTS provides medical support for the 624th RSG members, ensuring oversight of individual health and medical
readiness. In addition, the squadron provides personnel and equipment necessary for patient movement, while supporting worldwide deployed operations, exercises, humanitarian relief, and disaster response operations. Colonel Lee W. Bradshaw

Col. Lee W. Bradshaw is the Commander of 624th Aeromedical Staging Squadron, 624th Regional Support Group, Joint Base Pearl Harbor- Hickam, Hawaii. The 624th ASTS provides medical support for the 624th RSG members, ensuring oversight of individual health and medical readiness. In addition, the squadron provides personnel and equipment necessary for patient movement, while supporting worldwide deployed operations, exercises, humanitarian relief, and disaster response operations.
3/01
2017
Command photo Colonel Kenneth M. Lute

Col. Kenneth M. Lute is the Commander of the 624th Regional Support Group, headquartered at Joint Base Pearl Harbor–Hickam, Hawaii. The 624 RSG delivers mission essential capability to combatant commanders through combat readiness, quality management, peacetime deployment, and execution of six geographically separated units in the Pacific area of
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2015
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