#1103 MQ-1B Predator & MQ-9 Reaper
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Squadron Prints Lithograph No. 1103 - 432d Operations Group/EOG, 432d Wing/AEW, MQ-1B Predator, MQ-9 Reaper, Creech AFB, Nevada. After a distinguished legacy of service in the Far East ended in 1994, the 432d Operations Group was reactivated at Creech AFB, Nevada on 1 May 2007. The Air Combat Command group was assigned to the 432d Wing, renowned as the parent unit to every Ace of the Vietnam War. With over 1400 Airmen assigned to nine squadrons and a Wing Operations Center, the 432d Operations Group is the 3rd largest operations group, operates the 2nd largest Formal Training Unit, and the runs the 3rd busiest airfield in Air Combat Command. The group is charged with organizing, training, and equipping combat forces for global deployment/employment of the MQ-1B Predator, the MQ-9 Reaper, and the RQ-170 Sentinel remotely-piloted aircraft. Also dual-hatted as the 432d Expeditionary Operations Group, the group has been engaged in combat operations throughout the Middle East and the Mediterranean and has conducted humanitarian operations in the Caribbean. Under the 432d Expeditionary Operations Group, 15 active duty, Air National Guard, Air Force Reserve, and Royal Air Force squadrons, executed over 300,000 flying hours in combat providing strike and intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance in 60 combat air patrols. The 432d Expeditionary Operations Group has deployed hundreds of Airmen to global hotspots and provided combatant commanders around the globe a full range of capabilities including aircrew, command and control, weather forecasting, intelligence, standardization and evaluation oversight, and weapons and tactics innovation.