List Of United States Air Force Aerospace Defense Command Interceptor Squadrons
The second iteration of Aerospace Defense Command (ADC) was established on 21 March 1946 as a component of the United States Army Air Forces, with the mission of planning for and executing the air defense of the United States. Air Defense Command (as it was known until 1968), was headquartered at Mitchel Army Airfield, New York.
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440th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron (1953–1954) Geiger Field WA (F-86D) 444th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron (1954–1968) Charleston AFB SC (F-86D/L, F-1 ... AFB MI (Not Equipped) 496th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron (1953–1954) Hamilton AFB CA (F-51D, F-86) 497th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron (1953–1958) Portland IAP OR (1953-1955 ...
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