|610th Security Forces Squadron|
|Active||As AFRES Ground Combat Readiness Center (1990–1995)|
As 610 SFS (1995-2015)
|Branch||United States Air Force|
|Role||Air base defense|
|Final Commander||Lt. Col. Goodenough|
|Final Senior Elisted Leader||CMSgt Ferguson|
The 610th Security Forces Squadron (610 SFS) is a United States Air Force Reserve unit located at the Naval Air Station JRB Fort Worth. The unit is unique as it does not serve a law enforcement purpose on the base, but instead focuses on combat readiness. The unit was originally designated AFRES Ground Combat Readiness Center and was re-designated 610 SFS in November 1995. The 610th SFS has officially shut its doors on 1 October 2015, due to the federal budget for FY 2016. Most of the traditional reservists merged with the 301st Security Forces Squadron, which is co-located on the same installation with the 610th SFS.
To organize, train, and equip to meet worldwide contingency and Air Expeditionary Force requirements. And, to develop, manage, and execute ground combat skills and other readiness related training activities directed by HQ Air Force Reserve Command.
The 610 SFS had deployed five times to Afghanistan, three times to Iraq, twice to Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, and Puerto Rico, as well as once to eleven other sites. In addition, it had conducted joint training with No. 2620 Squadron Royal Auxiliary Air Force Regiment, a field squadron at RAF Marham, United Kingdom.