Rang Air Base

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8th Special Operations Squadron - History - Stations
... Motobu Airfield, Okinawa (1945) Atsugi, Japan (1945–1946) Yokota Air Base, Japan (1946–1950) Johnson Air Base, Japan (1950) Iwakuni, Japan (1950–19 ...
VNAF Use of Tan Son Nhut Air Base - Capture of Tan Son Nhut Air Base
... but the defenders were finally overrun on 16 April and Phan Rang Air Base was lost ... The last of the 2d Air Division abandoned the airfield with the remaining flyable airplanes, leaving four A C-119s which had flown in from Da Nang and two A-37s to ... With the fall of Xuan Loc and the capture of Bien Hoa Air Base in late April 1975 it was clear that South Vietnam was about to fall to the North Vietnamese Army ...
Nha Trang Air Base - History - USAF Air Commando Wing
... The United States Air Force activated the 14th Air Commando Wing on 8 March 1966 at Nha Trang Air Base during the Vietnam War ... forces stationed there were under the command of the United States Pacific Air Forces (PACAF) Seventh Air Force ... The APO for Nha Trang Air Base was APO San Francisco, 96240 Operations of the unit included close and direct air support, interdiction, combat airlift, aerial resupply, visual and ...

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