Air Support Squadron

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20th Tactical Air Support Squadron - History - Lineage
20th Troop Carrier Squadron Constituted as 20th Transport Squadron on 22 November 1940. 1940 Redesignated 20th Troop Carrier Squadron on 5 July 1942 Redesignated 20th Troop Carrier Squadron (Special) on 13 November 1943 Redesignated 20th Troop Carrier Squadron on 12 April 1944 Redesignated 20th Troop ... remained inactive) 20th Reconnaissance Squadron Constituted as the 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron (Light) and activated, on 26 April 1965 (not organized) Organized on 8 May 1965 Inactivated ...
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 ... The squadron was activated on on 8 May 1965 and assigned to the new base in September ... to the 505th Tactical Control Group, then on 8 December 1966 to the 504th Tactical Air Support Group ...
List Of United States Marine Corps Air Support Squadrons
... This is a list of the four air support squadrons in the United States Marine Corps that provide the Marine Direct Air Support Center for the Marine Air-Ground Task Force ...
23d Flying Training Squadron - History - 23d Tactical Air Support Squadron
... Tactical Air Command, 1975–1991 It was reconstituted and reactivated 8 April 1966 at Udon RTAFB, Thailand, and operated from Nakhon Phanom Royal Thai Air Force Base, Thailand, from 15 April 1966 – 22 September ... The 23d Tactical Air Support Squadron was created out of Det 3 of the 505th Tactical Control Group on 15 April 1966 by Lt ... Johnston selected Nakhon Phanom Royal Thai Air Force Base (NKP) for operations in the Steel Tiger portion of the Ho Chi Minh Trail between Nape Pass and Tchepone area in the Lao ...

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