(The following information is abstracted from the declassified Historical Reports of the 3084th Aviation Depot Group from 1 Jan 1956 to 31 Dec 1959.)
 

COMMUNICATIONS DIVISION

(1 Jan - 30 June 1956)

MISSION

            The Communications Officer maintains and operates communications systems in order to provide necessary facilities for the efficient and rapid transfer of information, including telephone, teletype, crypto, radio and intrusion alarm systems.  He maintains and operates advisories to users of telephone, radio and intrusion alarm systems, develops and implements communications plans for normal development and to support the station primary mission.  He provides necessary telephone administration, to include preparation and maintenance of telephone directory information, and conducts sufficient training within the Division to assure continuous efficiency of operation, maintenance and administration.

ORGANIZATION

            The Communications Division (SSSC) was assigned within the responsibility of the Commander, 3084th Support Squadron and was under the supervision and control of the Director of Materiel.

            The Division was under the management of the Communications Officer, authorized rank of Captain, AFSC 3024. Six (6) Branches were operated within the Division, with the maintenance activities therein under the supervision of the Assistant Communications Officer, authorized rank of CWO, AFSC 36100.

            The Branches operated were as follows: Administration and Supply, Teletype and Cryptography, Telephone and Intrusion Alarm Operation, Military Amateur Radio System (MARS) and Tactical Radio Operation, Radio Maintenance (Mobile and Fixed), and Telephone Installation and Maintenance (Inside and Outside Plant).

(1 July - 31 Dec 1956)

MISSION

            The Communications Officer maintains and operates communications systems in order to provide necessary facilities for the efficient and rapid transfer of information, including telephone, teletype, crypto, radio and intrusion alarm systems.  He maintains and operates advisories to users of telephone, radio and intrusion alarm systems, develops and implements communications plans for normal development and to support the station primary mission.  He provides necessary telephone administration, to include preparation and maintenance of telephone directory information, and conducts sufficient training within the Division to assure continuous efficiency of operation, maintenance and administration.

ORGANIZATION

            The Communications Division (SSSC) was assigned within the responsibility of the Commander, 3084th Support Squadron and was under the supervision and control of the Director of Materiel.

            The Division was under the management of the Communications Officer, authorized rank of Captain, AFSC 3024.  Six (6) Branches were operated within the Division, with the maintenance activities therein under the supervision of the Assistant Communications Officer, authorized rank of CWO, AFSC 36100.

            The Branches operated were as follows: Administration and Supply, Teletype and Cryptography, Telephone and Intrusion Alarm Operation, Military Amateur Radio System (MARS) and Tactical Radio Operation,  Radio Maintenance (Mobile and Fixed), and Telephone Installation and Maintenance (Inside and Outside Plant).

(1 Jan - 30 June 1957)

MISSION

            The mission or the Communications Division is to maintain and operate communications systems in order to provide necessary facilities for the efficient and rapid transfer of information.  These include telephone, intercommunications, teletype/crypto, radio and intrusion alarm systems.  The Communications Officer maintains and operates telephone circuits within the confines of this Station; maintains radio systems and assists and advises users of this equipment; develops and implements communications plans; maintains an intrusion alarm system; maintains account supply records; processes telephone bills; prepares correspondence and reports; maintains telephone directory information: trains communications personnel; and coordinates and supervises the activities of all sections within this division.

ORGANIZATION

            The Communications Division is assigned within the responsibility of the Commander, 3084th Support Squadron, and is under the supervision and control of the Director of Materiel.

            The Division is under the management of the Communications Officer, authorized rank of CWO, AFSC 36100. The following seven branches are operated within the Division:

                    Administration and Supply
                    Teletype and Cryptography
                    Telephone and intrusion Alarm Operation
                    Radio Maintenance
                    Tactical Radio Operation
                    Telephone Installation and Maintenance (Outside Plant)
                    Telephone Maintenance (Inside Plant)

(1 July - 31 December 1957)

MISSION

            The mission of the Communications Division is to maintain and operate communications systems in order to provide necessary facilities for the efficient and rapid transfer of information.  These include telephone, intercommunications, teletype/crypto, radio and intrusion alarm systems.  The Communications Officer shall maintain and operate telephone circuits within the confines of this Station; maintain radio systems and assist and advise users of this equipment; develop and implement communications plans; maintain an intrusion alarm system; maintain account supply records; process telephone bills; prepare correspondence and reports; maintain telephone directory information; train communications personnel; and shall co-ordinate and supervise the activities of all sections within this division.

ORGANIZATION

            The Communications Division is assigned within the responsibility of the Commander, 3084th Support Squadron and is under the supervision and control of the Director of Materiel.

            The division is under the management of the Communications Officer, CWO (W-2) Charles J. Puls, authorized rank of CWO, AFSC 3610.  The following six branches are operated within the divisions

                        Administration and Supply
                        Teletype and Cryptography
                        Telephone and Intrusion Alarm Operation
                        Radio Maintenance
                       
Telephone Installation and Maintenance (Outside Plant)
                        Telephone Maintenance (Inside Plant)

(1 Jan - 30 June 1958)

MISSION

            The mission of the Communications Division is to maintain and operate communications systems, to provide necessary facilities for the efficient and rapid transfer of information including telephone, intercommunications, teletype/crypto, radio and intrusion alarm systems.  The Communications Officer shall maintain and operate telephone circuits within the confines of this Station; maintain radio systems and assist and advise users of this equipment; develop and implement communications plans; maintain an intrusion alarm system; maintain supply records; process telephone bills; maintain telephone directory information; train communications personnel; and coordinate and supervise the activities of all sections within this Division.

ORGANIZATION

            The Communications Division was supervised by the Director of Materiel.

            The Division is under the management of the Communications Officer, CWO (W2) Charles J. Puls.  Six branches operated within the Division:

                        Administration and Supply
                        Teletype and Cryptography
                        Telephone and Intrusion Alarm Operation
                        Radio Maintenance
                        Telephone Installation and Maintenance (Outside Plant)
                        Telephone Maintenance (Inside Plant)