Force Reserve Region

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Continental Air Command - History - Components
1 July 1950 Tactical Air Command, 1 December 1948 - 1 December 1950 Air Forces First Air Force, 1 December 1948-23 June 1958 Fourth Air Force, December 1948-1 September 1960 Ninth Air Force*, 1 ... Inactivated 24 June 1966, merged into First Region ... Third Air Force Reserve Region 1 September 1960-1 August 1968 (Dobbins AFB, GA) Responsible for the training of all Air Force Reservists in Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, Tennessee, and North and South ...
Continental Air Command - History - 1963 Reserve Wing Reorganization
... spread out over several bases due to the Detached Squadron Concept dispersing Reserve units over centers of population ... this, in late 1962 and early 1963, ConAC reorganized the structure of its reserve Troop Carrier Wings by establishing fully deployable Troop Carrier Groups and ... by attaching additional squadrons, if necessary from other Reserve wings to the deployable groups for deployments ...
305th Rescue Squadron - Assignments
2242d Air Reserve Flying Center(1958) Tenth Air Force (1958) 2467th Air Reserve Flying Center (1958–1960) Tenth Air Force (1960) Fifth Air Force ...

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