List of Military Units of Clark Air Base

List Of Military Units Of Clark Air Base

Military units of Clark Air Base consisted primarily of United States Army and United States Air Force organizations.

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1968 and 1989, PACAF, and starting in 1974, Military Airlift Command operated a theater airlift capability from Clark ... Airlift Wing rotated C-130 squadrons between Clark and Tan Son Nhut Air Base, South Vietnam during the Vietnam War ...

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