Structure of the Air Force
The Air Force is comprised of an Air Command, three air wings stationed at three air bases, the Air Control Wing with command & control facilities and radars, the Operations Support Wing, and the Joint Movement and Transport Organisation.
Fighter Wing Skrydstrup
- Squadron 727 with F-16 Fighting Falcons.
Air Transport Wing Aalborg
- Squadron 721 with Hercules C130J transport aircraft and Challenger CL-604 utility aircraft.
Helicopter Wing Karup
- Squadron 722 with EH-101 Merlin search & rescue helicopters/tactical troop transport helicopters.
- Squadron 723 with MH-60R Seahawks primarily operating from naval vessels in the North Atlantic Sea around Greenland and the Faroe Islands.
- Squadron 724 with Fennec AS550 C2 light observation and transport helicopters.
Air Control Wing
- Stationary and mobile long-range surveillance radars and command & control facilities.
Operations Support Wing
- Training, tactical support, base support, and mission support.
Joint Movement and Transport Organisation
- Logistic support and transport by air, land, and sea for all services.