Mission: To instruct and train pararescuemen and combat rescue officers advanced skill upgrades and proficiency training in order to meet combat capability requirements and integration with joint combat forces in support of joint force commander/combatant commander taskings.
Vision: Dedicated to developing a culture of holistic leaders, skilled in the art of land warfare and equipped to execute full spectrum personnel recovery in austere and nonpermissive environments.
Description: There are approximately 30 pararescuemen, combat rescue officers, combat support personnel and contract/civilian government employees. The 68th RQF is responsible for analyzing, developing, evaluating and implementing the latest tactics, techniques and procedures into formal courses with syllabi approved by ACC. The flight provides training for 265 students annually in 18 core specialties. The flight is controlled and managed by Air Combat Command; however, they operate under the 563rd RQG and report to the 23rd Wing at Moody AFB, Georgia.