The mission of the 514th Air Mobility Wing is to recruit, train and sustain Reserve Citizen Airmen to fly, fight and win.
To Prepare Reserve Citizen Airmen to support air mobility through aerial refueling, airlift, aeromedical evacuation and mobility support. Stationed locally, serving globally
The 514th AMW is an associate Air Force Reserve wing located at McGuire Air Force Base, N.J. The wing flies aircraft assigned to the active-duty 305th Air Mobility Wing, also based at McGuire. The 514th AMW shares the responsibility of maintaining and flying the KC-10A Extender and the C-17 Globemaster III. If mobilized the wing becomes a part of Air Mobility Command, Scott AFB, Ill.
The 514th AMW is organized into key staff agencies, an aeromedical staging squadron, an aerospace medicine squadron assigned directly to the wing and three attached groups and one geographically separated unit: the 514th Operations Group, which consists of the 76th and 78th Air Refueling Squadrons, the 732nd Airlift Squadron, the 514th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron, the 514th Operations Support Squadron and the 514th Air Mobility Operations Squadron; the 514th Maintenance Group, which consists of the 514th Maintenance Squadron, and the 514th and 714th Aircraft Maintenance Squadrons; the 514th Mission Support Group, which consists of the 514th Force Support Squadron, the 514th Logistics Readiness Squadron, 514th Civil Engineer Squadron, the 514th Security Forces Squadron, and the 35th and 88th Aerial Port Squadrons.
The 514th AMW is an associate unit that works side-by-side with the active-duty 305th AMW to fly and maintain their KC-10A Extenders and C-17 Globemaster III's.
Approximately 2,000 people are assigned to the 514th Air Mobility Wing.