Welcome to the 5th Combat Communications Group

Mission: Extend, operate and defend warfighter communications whenever and wherever, across the full spectrum of operations for the nation. Let's Go! 
Vision: The preeminent XCOMM force...powered by innovative Airmen. 
1. Take Care of MOBsters and their Families 
2. Accelerate Readiness 
3. Transform for Great Power Competition

The XCOMM Roundup 2024 - hosted by the 5th Combat Communications Group

78th Air Base Wing



Col. David Abel
Commander, 5th CCG

Lt. Col. Anthony Butler
Deputy Commander, 5th CCG

CMSgt. Douglas Storseth
Senior Enlisted Leader, 5th CCG


Address: Building 948, 575 Tenth St., Robins AFB, GA 31098
DSN: 472-1412
Commercial: 478-327-1412


51st Combat Communications Squadron

Commander: Lt Col Neil Wood

The 51st CBCS delivers flexible combat-ready Airmen with unique skillsets to provide specific communications capabilities to meet the joint war-fighters’ needs. The unit provides full spectrum communication services for Combatant Commanders anywhere in the world, with rapid response capabilities. Additionally, the unit provides POTUS with specialized security requirements at the request of Secret Service. 

Mission: When tasked, deliver flexible combat-ready Airmen and communications capabilities able to meet the joint war-fighter, and POTUS security requirements, in any environment.

Vision: Right Airman, Right Capability, On Time…EVERYTIME!

51st CBCS Commander’s Priorities:  
1. Take Care of People
2. Always be Ready
3. Prepare for the Tomorrow’s Fight, Today
4. Improve Every Day

Building 963, 620 Tenth Street
Robins AFB, GA 31098
DSN: 468-3327/Commercial: 478-327-3327
Email: robins.51cbcs.workflow@us.af.mil



Commander: Lt Col Adam Cross

The 52nd CBCS provides combat-ready cyberspace forces and the full range of expeditionary command and control, communications and computers capabilities for initial expeditionary cyberspace capabilities to establish and operate base cyber infrastructure in direct support of Contingency Response Forces, Air Expeditionary Squadrons, Air Control Squadrons, Air Support Operations Squadrons, Air Communications Squadrons, Combined/Joint Force Air Component Commanders, and Special Operations Units. Additionally, the unit provides communications in support of domestic terrorism response, aircraft mishap, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief, and contingency operations within 72 hours.

Mission: Deliver expeditionary communications to support warfighters across the full spectrum of operations worldwide.

Vision: Well-equipped and combat-ready Airmen...SECOND TO NONE!

51st CBCS Commander’s Priorities: 
1. Take care of our Airmen and their families
2. Combat Readiness 
3. Improve the Unit

Building 963, 620 Tenth Street
Robins AFB, GA 31098
DSN: 497-5630/Commercial: 478-327-5630
Email: 52cbcs.wkflow@us.af.mil

85th Engineering & Installation Squadron

Commander: Lt Col Christopher Dauer

The 85th EIS is based at Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi. The 85th EIS provides specialized engineering services for telecommunications networks and radio frequency requirements as well as the installation, removal, and modification of command, control, communications, computer systems, cyber, airfield equipment, and radar systems worldwide during wartime and peacetime operations for the USAF, Combatant Commands, and other DOD agencies. The 85 EIS maintains a deployment force ready to depart on short notice to any location around the globe and continuously supports active combat engagements.

Mission: Rapidly engineer, plan, install, and restore cyberspace and expeditionary communications capabilities enabling Airpower anytime, anywhere.

Vision: To engineer and install cyberspace and expeditionary communications capabilities in contested battlespace to enable Air Force and Joint operations.

5th combat communications support squadron

Commander: Lt Col Mary Kuconis

The 5th CBCSS plays a crucial role within the Air Force's active-duty Combat Communications Group. As part of its mission, the squadron focuses on preparing a highly capable force capable of global deployment. This involves providing training in combat support operations and tactical systems to ensure readiness for deployment. The squadron's efforts are aimed at supporting three combat-ready mission squadrons, enabling them to extend communications to the tactical edge in support of six combatant commands. In essence, the 5th Combat Communications Support Squadron is vital in ensuring effective communication capabilities for military operations across various theaters of operation.

Mission: Facilitate superior maintenance, training, deployment and employment of mobile communications to enable worldwide contingency operations and exercises.

Vision: Maintenance, training and support...  Anytime, Anywhere!

5th CBCSS Commander's Priorities: 
1. Strengthen the Link to yourself, family, the mission and your team
2. Continue to Evolve
3. Success “Best of the Best nothing Less”

Building 948, 575th Tenth Street
Robins AFB, GA 31098
DSN: 497-5630/Commercial: 478-327-5630
Email: robins.5cbcss.wkflow@us.af.mil