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  • It was the primary source of crews and aircraft for airlift within Canada.
  • It is responsible for airlift and air-to-air refuelling operations.
  • MEADS reduces demand for airlift, so it can deploy to theater faster.
  • The squadron resumed training in the Reserve for airlift missions in 1952.
  • SPAR (Special Air Resources) is the call sign used by US senior military officers and civilian VIPs for airlift transport.
  • It operates C-17 Globemaster III aircraft training pilots for airlift and airdrop operations.
  • Mark Thompson of Thompson Aviation sold the airplane and his team detoxified, cut apart, and transported the plane for airlift.
  • In 1985 the 322d acquired peacetime responsibility for airlift management in Africa.
  • The host unit at Yokota is the 374th Airlift Wing and is currently used for airlift missions throughout East Asia.
  • It operates C-130 Hercules aircraft for airlift and airdrop operations.
  • Lithuania is a partner in the NATO strategic air transport joint program and thus entitled to 45 flying hours per year using C-17 aircraft for airlift to mission area.
  • The 144th's mission is to provide trained aircrews and support personnel for airlift and airdrop during all contingencies in the Pacific Theater.
  • Provided air transport and support functions for airlift operations in the entire Pacific Ocean area, Alaska to Antarctica, and the United States to Southeast Asia.
  • Lastly, it was used by president Lyndon B. Johnson for airlift operations into the Dominican Republic and South Vietnam.
  • It activated again as a reserve unit, training for airlift, air evacuation, and aeromedical evacuation missions until inactivation in 1959.
  • It operates C-130J Super Hercules aircraft, conducting pilot and loadmaster training for airlift and airdrop operations.
  • From March 1954, the 322d Air Division was responsible for airlifting personnel, cargo, and mail in Europe.
  • The competition includes events for airlift, airdrop, aerial refueling, aerial port, aeromedical evacuation, fitness, maintenance, and security.
  • In addition, civilian DC-4s, the civil name of the C-54 were loaned to the Air Force for airlift duty.
  • Today the squadron flies the T-1 Jayhawk conducting the specialized undergraduate pilot training phase for airlift-tanker-bomber track pilots.
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