Air Combat Command (ACC) is a major command (MAJCOM) of the United States Air Force. ACC is one of ten major commands (MAJCOMs), reporting to Headquarters, United States Air Force (HQ USAF).
ACC is headquartered at Langley Air Force Base Virginia. Its commander is General Ronald E. Keys, with Lieutenant General William Fraser III as Vice-commander, and Chief Master Sergeant David Popp as Command Chief Master Sergeant.********************The mission of Air Combat Command is to be the primary force provider of combat airpower to America's warfighting commands. To support global implementation of national security strategy, ACC operates fighter, bomber, reconnaissance, battle-management and electronic-combat aircraft. Air Combat Command also provides command, control, communications and intelligence systems, and conducts global information operations.
As a force provider, ACC organises, trains, equips and maintains combat-ready forces for rapid deployment and employment while ensuring strategic air defence forces are ready to meet the challenges of peacetime air sovereignty and wartime air defence.
ACC numbered air forces provide the air component to USCENTCOM and USSOUTHCOM.
Headquarters Air Combat Command also serves as the air component to the USNORTHCOM and USJFCOM. In addition, ACC augments forces to United States European Command, USPACOM, and the USSTRATCOM.
Air Combat Command consists of more than 109,000 active duty members and civilians (approximately 98,000 active duty members and more than 11,000 civilians). When mobilised, more than 63,000 members of the Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve, along with over 600 aircraft, are assigned to ACC. In total, ACC and ACC-gained units consist of more than 1,750 aircraft.