theater airlift

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  • These included both fighters providing close air support and theater airlift aircraft.
  • The wing maintained its ability to drop airborne forces into a combat operation, but intra-theater airlift support became its primary mission.
  • It performed theater airlift and transport operations until 1958 when it was again inactivated due to budget restrictions.
  • It performed theater airlift and transport operations until 1957 when it was inactivated due to budget restrictions.
  • The group provided intra-theater airlift services and ferried aircraft to combat units in the European Theater of Operations.
  • During these rotations, the entire Squadron deployed for two to four months each year from Ohio to Europe to augment the theater airlift forces.
  • Air National Guardsmen also flew fighter, attack, aerial reconnaissance, special operations, and tactical theater airlift missions.
  • When mobilized, the mission of the 908th Airlift Wing is to provide theater airlift forces to the supported theater commander.
  • The following year, the wing returned to Bosnia once more to provide theater airlift for the continuing peacekeeping mission, now called Operation Joint Forge.
  • Deployed frequently to Europe or the Pacific, performing intra-theater airlift missions with C-130s.
  • Returned to the United States in 1952, however re-deployed back to Japan in 1954 and performed theater airlift missions.
  • Crews and aircraft of assigned squadrons rotated periodically to England for European providing intra-theater airlift.
  • Assigned the mission of providing intra-theater airlift in support of United States military civic actions, combat support and civic assistance throughout the Republic of Vietnam.
  • Its primary mission was to provide strategic and theater airlift for all Department of Defense agencies as well as air refueling for the Air Force in both peace and wartime.
  • The mission of the 123d AW is to provide worldwide theater airlift for U.S. military and to support humanitarian operations.
  • The Air Force supports deployments of personnel and equipment with strategic airlift and sustainment of forces in their operational area by theater airlift.
  • The mission of the 107th Airlift Wing mission is to provide worldwide theater airlift for U.S. military and humanitarian operations.
  • It provided intra-theater airlift and support of U.S. Army airborne forces from 1971 to 1973.
  • The mission of the 179th AW is to develop highly qualified operations, logistics, support, and medical professionals who provide theater airlift and mission support to serve the community, state, and nation.
  • Principal operations from 1955 until 1958 consisted of numerous mobility exercises, routine theater airlift, and occasional exercises throughout the Western Pacific region.
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