460th Fighter-Interceptor Training Squadron - History - Stations


  • Syracuse AAB, New York, November 20, 1942
  • Biggs Field, Texas, February 2 – April 17, 1943
  • Sydney Airport, Australia, May 21, 1943
  • Dobodura Airfield Complex, New Guinea, c. June 20, 1943
  • Gusap Airfield, New Guinea, c. October 23, 1943
  • Nadzab Airfield Complex, New Guinea, July 23, 1944
  • Kornasoren (Yebrurro) Airfield, New Guinea, September 23, 1944
  • Tacloban Airfield, Leyte, io November 1944
  • Tanauan Airfield, Leyte, December 12, 1944
  • San Marcelino Airfield, Luzon, February 6, 1945
  • Floridablanca Airfield, Luzon, May 15, 1945
  • Ie Shima Airfield, Okinawa, July 12, 1945
  • Itazuke AB, Japan, November 24, 1945 – February 20, 1946
  • McGhee Tyson AFB, Tennessee, March 18, 1954 – August 18, 1955
  • Portland Army Air Base, Oregon, August 18, 1955 – March 30, 1966
  • Oxnard AFB, California, September 1, 1968
  • Kingsley Field, Oregon, November 1, 1969
  • Grand Forks AFB, North Dakota, April 1, 1971 – July 15, 1974
  • Tyndall AFB, Florida, January 15 – October 15, 1982

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