Airlift Wing

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  • The 109th Airlift Wing is the only unit in the world to fly these aircraft.
  • Members of the group work side-by-side with their active duty counterparts in the 436th Airlift Wing.
  • To date the Heavy Airlift Wing is commanded by a colonel from the Netherlands.
  • The 19th Airlift Wing staff includes a variety of agencies that directly support the wing commander, group commanders and the base population.
  • Following graduation he was given command of the 62nd Military Airlift Wing.
  • Later he was given command of the 86th Airlift Wing.
  • The Heavy Airlift Wing is hosted by Hungary, which acts as the flag nation.
  • The 445th Airlift Wing was the first associate Wing to become unit-equipped.
  • Eventually, the unit was again renamed and re-organized as the 250th Presidential Airlift Wing.
  • BRAC made the 440th Airlift Wing the first active associate unit in Air Force history.
  • The 89th Airlift Wing acquired the first of four aircraft in late June 1998.
  • He then served a number of years as director of intelligence for a C-130 Hercules Airlift Wing.
  • Its equipment and personnel were reassigned to the 437th Military Airlift Wing the same date.
  • The flying components of the 60th Airlift Wing were reassigned to the newly established group.
  • It was absorbed by the 374th Airlift Wing under the "one base-one wing" organizational concept.
  • He then was assigned to the 317th Tactical Airlift Wing staff as the deputy commander for maintenance.
  • Later, in 1971, a special squadron was commissioned here and after few years this squadron became the 50th Airlift Wing.
  • It fields a provisional airlift wing or group headquarters (when required) to command airlift resources as units in support of contingencies or exercises.
  • After the Cold War, the 86th was realigned to become an Airlift Wing, which it remains today.
  • Personnel from the 145th Airlift Wing were deployed to Germany and other locations.
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