The 349th Air Mobility Wing (Air Force Reserve), Travis Air Force Base, Calif., is the largest associate wing in the United States Air Force Reserve Command.
The 349th AMW personnel fly the C-5 Galaxy, KC-10 Extender and the C-17 Globemaster III. The missions of the C-17, C-5 and KC-10 include airlifting personnel and material worldwide as well as aerial refueling a wide variety of aircraft.
The mission of the 349th Air Mobility Wing is
'to provide combat ready Airmen and expeditionary support to the war fighter.'
This makes the wing responsible for training almost 3,300 reservists who, in turn, work side-by-side their active duty counterparts in the 60th Air Mobility Wing, also stationed at Travis.