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Like everything else, America’s missions around the globe are impacted by the weather. The mission of the Air Force Weather Agency (AFWA) is to maximize America's power through the exploitation of timely, accurate, and relevant weather information; anytime, everywhere.

AFWA consists of more than 1,400 active-duty, Reserve, civilian, and contract personnel and is headquartered on Offutt Air Force Base, Neb. Our meteorologists develop, direct, and coordinate meteorological weather studies and research to integrate current and forecasted atmospheric and space weather conditions into operational planning. We also hire weather technicians, responsible for assessing the impact weather conditions have on weapon systems and missions, whether on a global scale or specific to a particular military operation.

As part of AFCS, we are committed to something far more important than the bottom line. We work every day in the defense of our nation and the values we hold dear.

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