XIII Fighter Command - Units

Units

  • 18th Fighter Group, 11 March 1943 – 15 March 1946
  • 347th Fighter Group, 13 January 1943 – December 1945
  • 414th Fighter Group, 23 December 1945 – 15 March 1946

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