114th FIGHTER SQUADRON – C FLIGHT

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114th FIGHTER SQUADRON

Lineage. Constituted 439 Bombardment Squadron (Medium) on 19 Jun 1942. Activated on 26 Jun 1942. Redesignated 439 Bombardment Squadron (Light) on 3 Feb 1945. Inactivated on 4 Jan 1946. Redesignated 114 Bombardment Squadron (Light), and allotted to NY ANG, on 24 May 1946. 114 Bombardment Squadron (Light) extended federal recognition on 17 Jun 1947. Redesignated: 114 Bombardment Squadron (Medium) in May 1951; 114 Bombardment Squadron (Light) on 1 Dec 1952; 114 Fighter Interceptor Squadron in Jun 1957. Inactivated 14 Sep 1958. 114 Tactical Fighter Training Squadron extended federal recognition and activated on 1 Feb 1984; Redesignated 114 Tactical Fighter Training Squadron on 15 Mar 1992-.

Assignments. 319 Bombardment Group, 26 Jun 1942. VII Bomber Command, 18 Dec 1945-4 Jan 1946. New York  ANG, 26 Jun 1946; 106 Bombardment Group (Medium), 21 Mar 1947; 106 Bombardment Group (later 106 Fighter-Interceptor), 1 Nov 1952-30 Sep 1958. 142 Fighter Group, 1 Feb 1984; 142 Operations Group, 11 Oct 1995; 173 Operations Group, 1 Apr 1996-.

Stations. Barksdale Field, LA, 26 Jun 1942; Harding AAF, LA, 8–27 Aug 1942; Shipdham, England, 12 Sep 1942; Horsham St Faith, England, c. 4-22 Oct 1942; Saint-Leu, Algeria, 10 Nov 1942; Tafaraoui, Algeria, c. 18 Nov 1942; Maison Blanche, Algeria, c. 24 Nov 1942; Telergma, Algeria, 14 Dec 1942; Oujda, French Morocco, 3 Mar 1943; Rabat-Sale, French Morocco, 25 Apr 1943;  Sedrata, Algeria, 1 Jun 1943; Djedeida, Tunisia, 26 Jun 1943; Decimomannu, Sardinia, 1 Nov 1943; Serragia, Corsica, c. 21 Sep 1944-9 Jan 1945; Bradley Field, CT, 25 Jan 1945; Columbia AAB, SC, c. 28 Feb-28 Apr 1945; Kadena, Okinawa, 2 July 1945; Machinato, Okinawa, 21 July-8 Dec 1945; Fort Lawton, WA, 2-4 Jan 1946. Floyd Bennett Field (NAS Brooklyn), NY, 26 Jun 1946-30 Sep 1958. Klamath Falls Airport (later Kingsley Field ANGB), OR, 1 Jan 1983-. (operated from March AFB, CA, May 1951-1 Dec 1952).

Aircraft. B-26,  1942–1944; B-25, 1944–1945; A-26, 1945–1946. A-26B/C, 1947-1951; B-29A, 1951-1952; B-26B/C, 1952-1957; F-94B, 1957-1958. F-4, 1983-1988; F-16, 1988-1998; F-15, 1998-.

Operations. Ground echelon in assault landing at Arzeu, Algeria, 8 Nov 1942. Combat in MTO, 28 Nov 1942-13 Feb 1943; withdrawn for reorganization and re-equipment, 27 Feb-31 May 1943; combat in MTO, c. 6 Jun 1943-30 Dc 1944; returned to US for reorganization and re-equipment, 25 Jan-28 Apr 1945; combat in Western Pacific, 16 Jul-12 Aug 1945. Air National Guard Formal Training Unit for the F-4, F-16 and F-15.

Service Streamers. None.

Campaign Streamers. Algeria-French Morocco, with Arrowhead; Tunisia; Sicily; Naples-Foggia; Anzio; Rome-Arno; Southern France; North Apennines; Air Combat, EAME Theater, Air Offensive, Japan; Ryukyus; China Offensive.

Decorations. Distinguished Unit Citation: Rome, Italy, 3 Mar 1944. French Croix de Guerre with Palm: Apr, May and Jun 1944.