Fighter Group

Some articles on fighter group, group, fighter:

23d Fighter Group
... The 23d Fighter Group (23 FG) is a United States Air Force unit ... For the 23d Fighter Group that existed from 1997 to 2006, see the Article on the 23d Wing ... The 23d Fighter Group was established in World War II as the 23d Pursuit Group of the United States Army Air Forces (AAF) ...
Central Field (Iwo Jima) - History
... Central Field was also the headquarters for VII Fighter Command (assigned to Twentieth Air Force) from March 1 – December 1, 1945, along with the ... Operational fighter squadrons which performed B-29 escort missions from Central Field were 506th Fighter Group, April 24 – December 3, 1945 414th Fighter Group ... (3,048-meters) of taxiways had been graded and 129 fighter hardstands provided ...
Major Bases And Units Of Tactical Air Command
11 June 1952 – 21 June 1954) 63d Troop Carrier Group/Wing Bergstrom AFB, Texas (22 March 1946 – 1 December 1948, 1 July 1957 – 1 October 1958, 1 July 1966 – 1 June 1992) 27th ... Keflavik Airport Iceland (57th Fighter Interceptor Squadron) was transferred to TAC from ADC 1 October 1979 ...
Alfonza W. Davis - Biography
... was chosen to be squadron leader of the 302d Fighter Group based in Italy ... He later became attached to the 332d Fighter Group as the Assistant Group Operations Officer ... The 332d was an all African American unit, known as the "Red Tail" group because of their special aircraft paint scheme ...
South Dakota Air National Guard - History - Cold War
... The 175th was reassigned to the 133rd Fighter Interceptor Wing along with units from Fargo, Duluth and Minneapolis in November 1950 ... On 16 April 1956, the 175th Fighter Interceptor Squadron became part of the newly constituted 114th Fighter Interceptor Group, headquartered at Sioux Falls ... The 114th FIG was assigned to the 132d Fighter Wing ...

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