Air National

Air National was an airline based in Auckland, New Zealand. It operated domestic and international charter services and scheduled passenger services for Air New Zealand Link. Its main bases were Auckland International Airport, Wellington International Airport, with a hub at Christchurch International Airport.

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Chambley-Bussières Air Base - United States Air Force Use - 1961 Berlin Crisis - 122d Tactical Wing
... On 1 October 1961, as a result of the Berlin Crisis, the mobilized Indiana Air National Guard (ANG) 122d Tactical Fighter Wing was deployed to Chambley from Baer Field, Fort Wayne, Indiana ... Rotations of Air National Guard pilots from the stateside squadrons in Indiana was performed to train them in local flying conditions in Europe ... manning and also to relieve the boredom of the national guard pilots on active duty in CONUS and kept them connected to the overseas part of the Wing ...
Massachusetts National Guard - Massachusetts Air National Guard
... Otis Air National Guard Base and Barnes Municipal Airport, Massachusetts are the major Massachusetts Air National Guard bases ...
Alaska Air National Guard
... The Alaska Air National Guard is the component of the United States Air National Guard operating within the state of Alaska ...
Stratton Air National Guard Base
... Stratton Air National Guard Base has hosted the New York Air National Guard 109th Airlift Wing (in various designations) since 1949 ...

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