airlift units

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  • The unit was a command element to control all airlift units assigned to USAFE.
  • After the war, it served briefly as an airlift unit in the United States and Hawaii.
  • Over the next two years tactical airlift units were transferred from Tactical Air Command to Military Airlift Command.
  • The squadron was reconstituted in 1952 and served for the next thirteen years as a heavy airlift unit on the east coast of the United States.
  • It hosts a variety of fighter/attack and airlift units from the reserve components of Navy, Marine Corps and United States Air Force.
  • As the Air National Guard expanded, additional squadrons, including airlift units as well as Air Resupply and Communications units, were established.
  • These troop carrier units were all redesignated tactical airlift units on 1 August 1967.
  • The Vietnam War provided the next significant test for the Air Guard, with Airlift units began flying supply missions to Vietnam in 1965.
  • 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.
  • In 1977 it was again reorganized, this time as a tactical airlift unit as part of a general program to upgrade Air National Guard units.
  • It was active for a short period at Dobbins AFB, Georgia as a VIP airlift unit before its final inactivation.
  • Nicknamed the Screaming Eagles, it is one of the most decorated airlift units in the U.S. Air Force.
  • The 175th Wing became composite organization with an Air Combat Command-gained fighter unit and an Air Mobility Command-gained airlift unit.
  • In November 1958, the squadron was transferred from Pacific Air Forces to MATS as part of a re-alignment of airlift units.
  • By 1965, the Philippine Air Force, determined the need for a dedicated Presidential Airlift Unit, began studying the creation of such a unit.
  • The command has Fighter, Air Refueling and Airlift units, and is administratively responsible for all the Air Force's individual mobilization augmentees.
  • The wing was established and activated as an airlift unit, the 52d Transport Wing on 15 June 1942.
  • The squadron was reconstituted in 1966 and served as a tactical airlift unit from 1967 until the fall of 1975.
  • Originally activated in 1953 as the 465th Troop Carrier Wing, it moved to Europe where it served as a theater airlift unit until 1957.
  • It was the United States Air Force's only C-74 Globemaster very heavy airlift unit, providing worldwide transport missions from Brookley until the aircraft was retired in 1955.
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