Assigned under the 96th Test Wing and Air Force Materiel Command, Eglin AFB is a joint service installation supporting Air Force, Army and Navy test and training units and hosts more than 62 major organizations for numerous development programs, operational units, military schools, and various federal agencies.
Eglin AFB Website
Hurlburt Field is home of the 1st Special Operations Wing, a part of Air Force Special Operations Command. The mission of the wing is to organize, train, and equip Air Force special operations forces for global deployment and to assist foreign countries in the establishment of internal air defense abilities. The wing focuses on unconventional warfare including counterinsurgency and psychological.
Hulrburt Field Website
Duke Field, Eglin Auxiliary Field 3, is home to the 919th Special Operations Wing (SOW), the only special operations unit in the Air Force Reserve. The 919th SOW reports to the Air Force Reserve Command’s Tenth Air Force in peacetime, and becomes part of AFSOC at Hurlburt Field if mobilized for conflict.
Duke Field Website
The EGTTR connects test & training capabilities across the eastern Gulf of Mexico extending from Key West to Northwest Florida with 180,000 square miles of DoD controlled air-space and 17 miles of shoreline access and interconnected radars. The EGTTR is managed by Eglin AFB to support research, development, test, and evaluation of conventional weapons and electronic systems. The EGTTR supports multiple users, to include DoD, other government agencies, foreign countries, and private companies.