California Air National Guard
As state militia units, the units in the California Air National Guard are not in the normal United States Air Force chain of command. They are under the jurisdiction of the California Military Department unless they are federalized by order of the President of the United States. The California Air National Guard is headquartered in Sacramento, and its commander is currently Brigadier General Jon K. Kelk.
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... It was assigned to Tactical Air Command (TAC) on 1 November and was moved to George AFB, California. 128th Fighter Squadron (Georgia ANG) 159th Fighter Squadron (Florida ANG) 196th Fighter Squadron (California ANG) At George the three fighter squadrons were equipped with F-80C Shooting Stars ... After losing many of their F-80 pilots to assignment to Far East Air Force (FEAF) as replacements, all three squadrons were forced to transfer pilots between themselves in order to maintain a balance ...
144th Fighter Wing at the California Air National Guard Base at Fresno Yosemite International Airport ...
... The California Air National Guard origins date to 28 August 1917 with the establishment of the 115th Aero Squadron as part of the World War I United States ... The Militia Act of 1903 established the present National Guard system, units raised by the states but paid for by the Federal Government, liable for immediate state ... On 1 June 1920, the Militia Bureau issued Circular No.1 on organization of National Guard air units ...
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