Tactical Air Support

Some articles on tactical air support, air, tactical air, tactical:

149th Fighter Wing - History - Tactical Air Support
... In 1968, the Air National Guard began to retire its F-102s and the 182d was ordered to send their aircraft to Davis-Monthan AFB for storage at AMARC ... In July, as part of the drawdown of continental fighter air defense, the 149th FIG was transferred from Aerospace Defense Command to Tactical Air Command (TAC), with the Group and 182d being re-des ... As an interim measure, the 182d Tactical Fighter Squadron was re-equipped with obsolecent F-84F Thunderjets by TAC ...
Binh Thuy Air Base - History - USAF Use During The Vietnam War - 22d Tactical Air Support Squadron
... The 22d Tactical Air Support Squadron (Light) was the major USAF operational unit at Binh Thuy ... Organizationally, the 22d TASS was assigned to the 505th Tactical Control Group, then on 8 December 1966 to the 504th Tactical Air Support Group ... These came under the command of the 22d Air Division headquartered at Tan Son Nhut Air Base near Saigon ...
137th Airlift Squadron - History - Assignments
... Group, 8 December 1948 107th Fighter-Interceptor Group, 1 December 1952 105th Fighter Group (Air Defense), 1 May 1956 105th Tactical Fighter Group, 10 November 1958 106th Aeromedical Transport Group, 1 February ...
20th Tactical Air Support Squadron - History - Lineage
... on 20 October 1949 Consolidated with the 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron as the 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron on 19 September 1985 ... remained inactive) 20th Reconnaissance Squadron Constituted as the 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron (Light) and activated, on 26 April 1965 (not organized ...

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