Tactical Air

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List Of Acronyms And Initialisms: T - TA
... Theater Army Area Command TAADCOORD – (p) Theatre Army Air Defence Co-ordinator TAAR – (i) Trace Amine-Associated Receptor TAC – (a) U.S ... Tactical Air Command (1946–1992) TACAMO – (p) Take Charge and Move Out (U.S ... military) TACAN – (p) Tactical Air Navigation TACC – (i) Tactical Air Control Centre – (USAF) Tanker Airlift Control Center TACCO – (p) Tactical Coordinator ...
163d Reconnaissance Wing - History - Tactical Air Command
... again took on the challenge of a new mission and was reassigned under the Tactical Air Command as the 163d Tactical Air Support Group ... In October 1982, the 163d officially assumed a tactical fighter role flying the F-4C Phantom II ... entertainer Dean Martin), a pilot in the 196th Tactical Fighter Squadron crashed his F-4C into San Gorgonio Mountain, California shortly after departure from March AFB ...
22d Tactical Air Support Training Squadron
... The 22d Tactical Air Support Training Squadron is an inactive United States Air Force unit ... Its last assignment was with the 602d Tactical Air Control Wing, based at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona ...
Continental Air Command - History - Korean War
1950, it was necessary to deploy large numbers of tactical aircraft to Japan and South Korea ... The Korean War gave a new emphasis to tactical air operations and resulted in the restoration of Tactical Air Command as a major air command on December 1 ... TAC's mission would be to supply these tactical forces to FEAF and USAFE, and also be able to deploy its CONUS forces worldwide in response to Cold War threats by Communist China and the Soviet Union ...
Battle Of Arracourt - The Battle
... tactical air forces were unable to locate and destroy advancing German armored units ... However, while shielding the German advance from air observation and attack, the weather also handicapped the 5th Panzer Army ... Poor tactical deployment of the German tanks soon exposed them to fire from American tanks, tank destroyers, antitank forces, and artillery (mainly M4 Sherman medium tanks, a handful of M5A1 Stuart light tanks ...

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