Air Force Reserve

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Continental Air Command - History - Post Korea Air Force Reserve - 1957 Realignment and Budget Reductions
... By August 1957, the Defense Department had instructed the Air Force to reduce its fiscal 1958 budget to $17.9 billion, nearly a billion less than the service had requested in April ... ConAC's 24 Air Reserve wings never had their 72 authorized squadrons ... Department guidance made it perfectly clear they would never be available, and the Air Reserve Forces combined force of 96 units would be reduced ...
Bakalar Air Force Base - History - Cold War
... However, in May 1949 it was announced that the Air Force was exercising a right of return to reopen the World War II airfield ... for 2-week active duty tours of 5,000 to 10,000 air reservists from 13 north-central states ... the time of its inactivation, the Army Air Forces had been made a separate branch of the military as the United States Air Force ...
Continental Air Command - History - Components
... Agencies Air Defense Command, 1 December 1948 - 1 July 1950 Tactical Air Command, 1 December 1948 - 1 December 1950 Air Forces First Air Force, 1 December 1948-23 ... Third Air Force Reserve Region 1 September 1960-1 August 1968 (Dobbins AFB, GA) Responsible for the training of all Air Force Reservists in Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, Tennessee, and North and South ... Fourth Air Force Reserve Region 1 September 1960-1 August 1968 (Randolph AFB, TX) Responsible for the training of all Air Force Reservists in Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and New Mexico ...
Minneapolis-Saint Paul Joint Air Reserve Station - History - Air Force Reserve
... The USAF Reserve returned to Minneapolis on 11 February 1963 when the 934th Tactical Airlift Group was activated ...

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