Maintenance Squadron

Some articles on squadrons, squadron, maintenance squadron:

127th Wing - Units
... are composed of various flights and squadrons 127th Air Refueling Group (KC-135T Stratotanker) 171st Air Refueling Squadron 191st Operation Support Flight 191st Maintenance Squadron 191st Aircraft ...
List Of USAF Provisional Wings Assigned To Strategic Air Command - Consolidated Aircraft Maintenance Wing, Provisional,303
... to the Air Division, Provisional,57 Assigned Squadrons 3rd Munitions Maintenance Squadron (Until 01 Oct 1972) 43rd Avionics Maintenance Squadron 43rd ...
No. 81 Wing RAAF - History - Later Formations
75 and 76 Squadrons, as well as No. 481 Maintenance Squadron. 76 and 481 Squadrons were deployed to RAAF Base Darwin, Northern Territory, as part of Operation Handover, a little-publicised contingency plan put into ...
328th Armament Systems Wing - Lineage - Components
... Operational Squadrons 65th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron 1 November 1957 – 8 January 1958 (non operational) 71st Fighter-Interceptor Squadron 16 January 1967 - 18 July 1968 326th ...
Organisation and Units - Commands - Comando Scuole Dell'Aeronautica Militare
... Sheppard) 61º Stormo (61st (Jet Training) Wing) in Lecce 212º Gruppo (212nd Squadron) operating MB-339CD 213º Gruppo (213rd Squadron) operating MB-339A 214º Gruppo ...

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