1st Marine Aircraft Wing - Subordinate Units

Subordinate Units

See also: List of United States Marine Corps aircraft squadrons

1st MAW consists of 5 subordinate groups, a headquarters squadron and a liaison group:

  • Marine Aircraft Group 12 (MAG-12)
  • Marine Aircraft Group 24 (MAG-24)
  • Marine Aircraft Group 36 (MAG-36)
  • Marine Air Control Group 18 (MACG-18)
  • Marine Wing Support Group 17 (MWSG-17)
  • Marine Wing Headquarters Squadron 1 (MWHS-1)
  • Marine Wing Liaison Kadena (MWLK)

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