Outstanding Unit Award

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2d Fighter Squadron - History
... The unit received two Distinguished Unit Citations for operations in Germany and Romania in 1944 ... One year later the unit was redesignated the 2d Fighter Interceptor Squadron and began flying the Republic F-84 Thunderjet ... Convair F-102 Delta Dagger, was assigned to the unit to be replaced in 1959 with the McDonnell F-101 Voodoo ...
Secretary Of Transportation Outstanding Unit Award
... The Secretary of Transportation Outstanding Unit Award was a U.S ... government unit decoration which was established in 1992 ... The Presidential Unit Citation and Joint Meritorious Unit Award were considered senior to the Secretary of Transportation Outstanding Unit Award ...
United States Air Forces Central - Awards
... Air Force Outstanding Unit Award for 1 June 1986 – 31 May 1988 Air Force Organizational Excellence Award for 4 August 1990 – 11 April 1991 Air Force Outstanding Unit Award for 1 ...
1st Combat Communications Squadron - Decorations
... Presidential Unit Citation (Southeast Asia) 1 Jan 1967 - 15 Feb 1968 Air Force Outstanding Unit Award with Combat "V" Device 15 Jan 2004 - 31 Oct 2005 Air Force Outstanding ...
160th Air Refueling Group - History - Decorations
... Air Force Outstanding Unit Award Air Force Outstanding Unit Award, June 5, 1967 - May 10, 1968 DAF S.O ... Air Force Outstanding Unit Award, First Oak Leaf Cluster, May 11, 1968 - June 30, 1975 DAF S.O ...

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