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150th Fighter Wing - History - Tactical Air Command
... The unit flew over 6000 combat sorties in the F-100C Super Sabre and amassed over 630 medals and decorations before release from federal active duty in June 1969 ... The unit received the AF Outstanding Unit Award with a bronze "V' for valor ... close air support aircraft from Tactical Air Command units that were preparing to receive the new A-10 Thunderbolt II ...
157th Air Refueling Wing - History - Air Refueling - Strategic Air Command
... (SAC), becoming a KC-135A Stratotanker unit ... By the end of March 1976, the New Hampshire ANG unit had largely taken over the support of the 509th Bombardment Wing from its active-duty 34th Air Refueling Squadron which was ... Once in the UK, the unit engaged in friendly competition with active duty flyers in "Giant Voice" ...
188th Fighter Squadron - History - New Mexico Air National Guard - Cold War
... In April 1958, the first Air National Guard unit to receive the North American F-100A Super Sabre was the 188th TFS of the New Mexico ANG, which ... This conversion raised unit strength to 956 officers and airmen ... During an intercept by two New Mexico ANG F-100As, an AIM-9B shook loose and impacted one of the engine pods on the left wing, taking the B-52's left wing off in the subsequent explosion ...

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