Air Defense Sector

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Boeing F-99 Bomarc - Operators
... Canada Royal Canadian Air Force from 1955–1968 / Canadian Forces from 1968–1972 446 SAM Squadron 28 IM-99B, CFB North Bay, Ontario 1962–1972 Bomarc site located at 46°25′46″N ...
Southeast Air Defense Sector
... The Southeast Air Defense Sector (SEADS), was a unit of the US Air Force located at Tyndall Air Force Base near Panama City, Florida ... It provided air defense and surveillance of the southeastern region of the US. 2006, giving up surveillance and control of their airspace to the Eastern Air Defense Sector (EADS) and the former Northeast Air Defense Sector (NEADS) ...
177th Fighter Wing - History - Assignments
... New Jersey Air National Guard, 15 October 1962 Gained by Tactical Air Command Gained by Aerospace Defense Command, 27 January 1973 Gained by Air Defense, Tactical Air ...
Air National Guard - History - Global War On Terrorism - 11 September 2001
... The defining events for the Air National Guard (ANG) as well as for the United States occurred with the al Qaeda attacks of 11 September 2001 on the World Trade Center in New York City and ... The only air defense fighter units stationed within the entire northeastern United States belonged to the Air National Guard ... FAA) in Boston, Massachusetts, reported a possible hijacking and called the Otis Air National Guard Base tower on Cape Cod, home to the Massachusetts ANG’s 102d Fighter Wing, to request military ...
Southeast Air Defense Sector - See Also
... List of MAJCOM wings of the United States Air Force List of USAF Aerospace Defense Command General Surveillance Radar Stations Aerospace Defense Command Fighter Squadrons Alaskan Air ...

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