Major Units Assigned
Other articles related to "major units assigned, unit, units":
... 6200th Air Base Wing*, 1 December 1950 – 1 February 1953 Redesignated 6200th Air Base Group, 1 February 1953 – 10 April 1959 581st Air Resupply and Communications Wing 18 July 1952 – 7 September 1953 24th Air Depot Wing, 1 September 1952 – 16 February 1954 6424th Air Depot Wing 16 February – 25 November 1954 26th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron 11 November 1954 – 9 April 1959 509th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron 9 April 1959 – 24 July 1960 405th Fighter Wing*, 10 April 1959 – 16 September 1974 69th Military Airlift Support Group 8 July 1966 – 1 January 1972 463d Tactical Airlift Wing 15 July 1968 – 31 December 1971 29th Tactical Airlift Squadron (C-130B, Tail Code QB) 772d Tactical Airlift Squadron (C-130B, Tail Code QF) 773d Tactical Airlift Squadron (C-130B, Tail Code QG) 774th Tactical Airlift Squadron (C-130B, Tail Code QW) Most aircraft deployed on rotating basis to Tan Son Nhut Air Base, South Vietnam 374th Tactical Airlift Wing (C-130) 15 November 1973 – 30 June 1989 20th Aeromedical Airlift Squadron (C-9) 21st Tactical Airlift Squadron (C-130E) 776th Tactical Airlift Squadron (C-130E) (closed 1975) 624th Airlift Wing/624th Tactical Airlift Wing (C-130) 1 July 1989 – 19 December 1991 8th Mobile Aerial Port Squadron (C-130) 624th Aerial Port Squadron (C-130/C-141) 3d Tactical Fighter Wing*, 16 September 1974 – 19 December 1991 353rd Special Operations Group, April 1989-June 1991 (USSOOCOM/AFSOC) 1st Special Operations Squadron, MC-130H 17th Special Operations Squadron, MC-130P 31st Special Operations Squadron, MH-53J 1961st Communications Group (Air Force Communications Command) 1950s - June 1991 A detachment of United States Air Force Electronic Security Command.* Performed Host Unit Mission. ...
9 November 1943-1 May 1944 (B-17 OTU) Re-designated Avon Park Replacement Training Unit (Heavy Bombardment), 1 May 1944-30 September 1945 ...
... Bombardment Squadron 247th Army Air Force Base Unit (AAFBU) 301st Bombardment Group, 1947–1949 40th Bombardment Wing, 1952–1960 310th Bombardment (later Strategic Aerospace) Wing, 1952–1965 802d Air ...
... the prime ancestor of all American parachute units, provided the nucleus of the 1st Parachute Battalion, which in turn provided part of the cadre, the unit ... regimental commanders, of whom the popular saying was "To command a parachute unit, you don't have to be nuts, but it helps!" All members of the regiment were parachute volunteers, but only a ... So, when that very arduous training was over in March 1943, the unit marched to Atlanta, GA, a distance of 105 miles (169 km) ...
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