AFRES

AcronymDefinition
AFRESAir Force Reserve
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Table 1 USAF Summary of C-130 Aircraft by Operator MDS ACC AETC AFMC AFRES AFSOC NC-130A 1 C-130E 106 35 4 EC130E 7 MC-130E 6 8 NC-130E 1 C-130H 40 80 AC-130H 8 EC-130H 14 1 LC-130H MC-130H 3 21 NC-130H 2 WC-130H 10 C-130J 2 HC-130N 4 HC-130P 9 5 MC-130P 4 5 19 AC-130U 1 12 TOTAL 178 7 6 145 72 MDS ANG PACAF USAFE TOTAL NC-130A 1 C-130E 73 8 19 245 EC130E 8 15 MC-130E 14 NC-130E 1 C-130H 146 21 287 AC-130H 8 EC-130H 15 LC-130H 7 7 MC-130H 24 NC-130H 2 WC-130H 10 C-130J 2 HC-130N 6 10 HC-130P 7 21 MC-130P 28 AC-130U 13 TOTAL 247 29 19 703 Source: Program Management/Configuration Control and Tracking System (PM/CCAT), C-130 System Program Office, Robins AFB, Ga.
The program seeks to reduce pilot workload and increase the effectiveness of the EW suites aboard AFRES/ANG F-16s through software-based integration of existing assets, according to AFRES Col Danny Hamilton.
Meanwhile, the AFRES already has planned future upgrades.
In 1997, when HQ AFRES became the Air Force's ninth major air command, Chief Master Sgt.
from merry ole England and entered the world of the Air Force Reserve or AFRES, as it was called back then.