The U-2 “Dragon Lady” System Program Office (SPO) resides at Robins AFB where it has been continuously supported since 1957. The U-2 originally began as a joint CIA/USAF venture that began flying in 1955 until the USAF became the sole user in 1974. Currently the U-2 SPO consists of a diverse team of approximately 100 civilian, contractor, and military members across various career fields. The U-2 SPO provides sustainment, support and modernization to the only manned Multi-Intelligence (Multi-INT) high altitude intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance collection capability in the DoD. The U-2 is flown operationally from a main operating base in California and various forward operating locations around the world.
The Helicopter Program Office is developing and fielding two distinct vertical lift aircraft and support systems. The MH-139A will provide Air Force Global Strike Command with a state of the art commercial variant vertical airlift. The MH-139A program replaces the aging Air Force fleet of UH-1N aircraft.
The HH-60W system will provide robust Personnel Recovery forces with a vertical takeoff and landing aircraft that is quickly deployable and capable of main base and austere location operations. The HH-60W replaces the aging HH-60G fleet.
ISR-SOF plays a large role in ensuring combatant commanders have the information gathering and targeting capabilities to make informed decisions and eliminate threats. The directorate has nearly 1,800 employees in 20 locations and leads over 200 programs.
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