Airlift Command

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  • He last command was as the deputy chief of staff for the Military Airlift Command at Scott Air Force Base.
  • In March 1970 he returned to Headquarters Military Airlift Command as deputy chief of staff for operations.
  • He returned to Military Airlift Command headquarters in July 1980 and served initially as assistant deputy chief of staff for operations.
  • The squadron also supported the Commander in Chief, Military Airlift Command and his staff in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
  • Most of the other C-135Bs were converted to various special mission variants following their service with the Military Airlift Command.
  • He moved to the Military Airlift Command, Ibadan in 1989 where he served in the same capacity.
  • Performed worldwide airlift of personnel, equipment and supplies as Air Force Reserve Military Airlift Command training squadron.
  • Over the next two years tactical airlift units were transferred from Tactical Air Command to Military Airlift Command.
  • Since that time, many of his military assignments were in the Military Airlift Command in weather reconnaissance, air rescue and airlift functions.
  • Huyser assumed command of the Military Airlift Command in June 1979, his last posting.
  • In 1964, MATS became the Military Airlift Command and assumed more of an operational role.
  • NATO's AWACS aircraft, VIP-transports, airlift command and fighter and attack aircraft are regular visitors.
  • The Veterans Airlift Command flies military veterans for care.
  • Planning for Operation Homecoming, the return of the Americans held by the communists, was given to the Military Airlift Command.
  • He entered the Air War College in August 1974 and, upon graduation, again served at Military Airlift Command headquarters, as assistant chief of staff.
  • The group controlled assigned and attached Military Airlift Command airlift units at Rhein-Main, provided air transport and air evacuation services within and occasionally outside Europe.
  • Reactivated in October 1978, it assumed responsibility for managing Military Airlift Command resources in the Pacific.
  • It was an Air Force Reserve unit reporting to the Fourth Air Force which would, if activated, be part of the Military Airlift Command.
  • Flew intercontinental airlift missions from WPAFB in support of Military Airlift Command.
  • By the mid-1960s, it was augmenting Military Air Transport Service (later, Military Airlift Command) airlift operations on a regular basis.
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