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USAF 192nd Airlift Squadron Patch

 
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192nd AIRLIFT SQUADRON

 

Lineage. Constituted 408th Fighter Squadron on 12 Oct 1943. Activated on 15 Oct 1943. Redesignated: 408th Fighter-Bomber Squadron on 5 Apr 1944; 408th Fighter Squadron on 5 Jun 1944. Inactivated on 7 Nov 1945. Redesignated 192nd Fighter Squadron, and allotted to NV ANG, on 24 May 1946. 192nd Fighter Squadron (SE) extended federal recognition on 12 Apr 1948. Redesignated: 192nd Fighter-Bomber Squadron on 9 Apr 1951; 192nd Fighter-Interceptor Squadron on 1 Jun 1955; 192nd Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron on 1 Apr 1961; 192nd Reconnaissance Squadron on 15 Mar 1992; 192nd Airlift Squadron in Apr 1997-.

 

Assignments. 372nd Fighter (later Fighter-Bomber; Fighter) Group, 15 Oct 1943-7 Nov 1945. NV ANG, 12 Apr 1948; 152nd Fighter-Interceptor Group, 19 Apr 1958; 152nd Tactical Reconnaissance Group, 1 Mar 1961; 152nd Reconnaissance Group, 15 Mar 1992; 152nd Operations Group, Apr 1997-. (attached: Tenth Air Force, Continental Air Command, 1 Mar 1951; Eighth Air Force, Strategic Air Command, 9 Apr 1951; Fifteenth Air Force, Strategic Air Command, 7 Aug 1951; Tactical Air Command, 16 Nov 1951-1 Dec 1952)

 

Stations. Hamilton Field, CA, 15 Oct 1943; Portland AAB, OR, 7 Dec 1943; Esler Field, LA, 25 Mar 1944; Pollock AAFld, LA, 15 Apr 1944; Esler Field, LA, 9 Feb 1945; Alexandria AAFld, LA, 14 Sep-7 Nov 1945. Reno AFB (later Stead AFB; ANGB), NV, 12 Apr 1948; Reno MAP, NV, 1 Feb 1954; May ANGB, NV, Apr 1956-. (operated from Bergstrom AFB TX, 9 Apr 1951; George AFB, CA, 7 Aug 1951; Richards-Gebaur AFB, MO, 26 Jan 1968; Howard AFB, Panama, Itazuke AB Japan, 18 Nov 1968-3 Feb 1969; Sheikh Isa AB, Bahrain, Jan-Mar 1991)

 

Aircraft. P-39, 1943-1944; P-40, 1944-1945; P-51, 1945. P-51D, 1948-1955; F-86A, 1955-1958; F-86L, 1958-1961; RB-57B/C, 1961-1965; RB-57A, 1965; F-101H, 1965-1971; RF-101B, 1971-1975; RF-4C, 1975-1995; C-130E, 1996-1998; C-130H, 1998-.

 

Operations. Replacement training and air support for maneuvers, 1944-1945. Called to active duty as part of the Korean War call-up, but remained in CONUS, 1 Mar 1951-1 Dec 1952. Air defense of Northwest US, 1955-1961. Called to active duty as part of the Pueblo Crisis call-up, 26 Jan 1968-9 Jun 1969. Won RAM ‘86 competition, Nov 1986; RAM '90 competition, 1990. Called to active duty as part of Operation DESERT SHIELD/DESERT STROM, 3 Dec 1990-20 Apr 1991. Participated in Operations: CORONET SNIPE II, 1985; JOINT GUARD, 1997; NOBLE EAGLE, 2001, 2003; IRAQI FREEDOM, 2003-. Supported the Airlift mission and the Pacer Coin Reconnaissance mission, 1996-1998.

 

Service Streamers. American Theater.

 

Campaigns. None.

 

Decorations. None.

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