50th Logistics Readiness Flight

Fact Sheet

 

The 50th Logistics Readiness Flight is a component of the 50th Mission Support Group, 50th Space Wing, Schriever Air Force Base, Colo. The flight was activated June 1, 2003.

Mission

To deliver and sustain unparalleled wing logistics readiness support through professional execution of deployment planning, support agreements, base support planning, supply, vehicle management, and cargo screening/scanning ensuring secure restricted area operations and support to the warfighter

 

Vision
Resilient team of proud logistics professionals providing first-class logistics support to effectively execute the 50th Space Wings mission with focused flexibility in confronting future challenges

 

History
The 50 LRF dates back to the activation of the 50th Supply Squadron, 50th Maintenance and Supply Group, Otis AFB Mass., on June 1, 1949. After two years in the Air Force Reserve as a component of the 50th Fighter Wing, the unit inactivated on July 2, 1951. The unit was reactivated on Jan. 1, 1953 as the 50th Supply Squadron and was assigned to the 50th Combat Support Group, Clovis AFB, N.M. The unit then moved to Hahn Air Base, Germany, in August 1953. The squadron moved briefly with the 50th Fighter Wing to Toul-Rosieres Air Base, France, in June 1956, returning to Hahn Air Base in September 1959, where it called home for 32 years. The squadron inactivated on Sept. 30, 1991, as part of the U.S. Air Forces in Europe drawdown. To preserve the unit's history, Air Force Space Command ordered the re-designation of the squadron as 50th Logistics Readiness Flight and activated it on June 1, 2003.

(Current as of January 2017)