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WSA, who are they?

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  • By Capt. Kaylee Ausbun
  • 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing Public Affairs

SOUTHWEST ASIA – The 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing’s Wing Staff Agencies, or WSA, are comprised of small units that directly support the wing commander, vice commander and command chief as well as provide services to members of the Red Tails team.

Units within WSA include finance, wing administration, protocol, public affairs, wing plans and programs, inspector general, staff judge advocate, wing safety, equal opportunity, chapel, command post, manpower, the historian and the sexual assault response coordinator.

“Each unit provides critical services,” said Lt. Col. Sandra Coble, 332nd AEW director of staff. “The WSA staff is committed to serving the members of the 332nd AEW and ensuring the Red Tails legacy of excellence continues.”

WSA units tend to be staffed with only one to three people, yet they support all of the local and geographically separate units assigned to the 332nd AEW. They are responsible for making the wing and its processes run smoothly.

“The WSA provides the figurative foundation for the rest of the wing to generate, execute, and sustain combat air and space power across the Levant,” said Brig. Gen. Kyle Robinson, 332nd AEW commander. “Mission success hinges on each agency providing top notch support, and there is no shortage of that support here with the Red Tails.”

For WSA contact information, reference the wing organizational chart on the 332nd AEW SharePoint site.