The 67th Cyberspace Wing, headquartered at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, is aligned under Sixteenth Air Force, Air Combat Command.
The wing is the Air Force’s newest combat wing, serving as the execution arm for generating, projecting, and sustaining combat power with the employment of the Cyberspace Vulnerability Assessment/Hunter weapon system.
Mission: Operate and fight in and through cyberspace.
Vision: Elite Airmen, globally unified, dominating the cyber domain.
People: More than 2,000 Airmen, civilian and contract employees.
Organization: The 67th CW is organized with three groups: the 67th, 318th and 567th Cyberspace Operations Groups. across three operations groups with 26 units at seven locations worldwide.
Capabilities: The 67th CW employees conduct network operations, defense, attack and exploitation in service of the Air Force, combatant commands and national agencies.
Lineage: Established as 67th Reconnaissance Wing on Nov. 6, 1947. Organized on Nov. 25, 1947. Redesignated the 67th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing on Aug. 22, 1948. Inactivated on March 28, 1949. Activated on Feb. 25, 1951. Discontinued and inactivated Dec. 8, 1960. Activated on Aug. 2, 1965. Organized on Jan. 1, 1966. Redesignated the 67th Reconnaissance Wing on Oct. 1, 1991. Inactivated on Sept. 30, 1993. Redesignated the 67th Information Operations Wing on Aug. 1, 2000; 67th Network Warfare Wing on July 5, 2006; 67th Cyberspace Wing on Oct. 1, 2013. (More)
(As of July 2018)