133rd AIRLIFT WING – OCP

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Computer made/mounted on velcro   3.0 inch/77mm

 

133rd AIRLIFT WING

Lineage. Constituted as the 133rd Fighter Wing in Oct 1950. Activated on 1 Nov 1950. Redesignated 133rd Fighter-Interceptor Wing on 2 Mar 1951. Redesignated: 133rd Air Defense Wing on 15 Apr 1956; 133rd Air Transport Wing, Heavy on 15 Jan 1960; 133rd Military Airlift Wing on 1 Jan 1966; 133rd Tactical Airlift Wing on 20 Mar 1971; 133rd Airlift Wing on 16 Mar 1992-.

Assignments. Minnesota ANG, 1 Nov 1950-.

Components. Groups. 133rd Fighter (later 133rd Fighter-Interceptor, 133rd Fighter, 133rd Air Transport, 133rd Military Airlift, 133rd Tactical Airlift, 133rd Operations, 1 Nov 1950-6 Feb 1952, 1 Dec 1952-9 Feb 1975, 16 Mar 1992-. Squadrons. 109th Fighter (later: 109th Fighter-Interceptor; 109th Air Transport; 109th Military Airlift; 109th Tactical Airlift; 109th Airlift Squadron), 9 Feb 1975-1 Mar 1994.

Stations. Holman Field, 1 Nov 1950; Fort Snelling (later Snelling AFS, 21 Jan 1951-6 Feb 1952. Wold-Chamberlain Field (later Minneapolis-St. Paul Metropolitan Airport, Minneapolis-Saint Paul Joint ARS), MN, 28 Aug 1947-,

Operations. Federalized and placed on active duty as part of the Korean War call-up, 1 Mar 1951-1 Dec 1952. Federalized and placed on active duty, 1 Oct 1961

Released from active duty and returned to Minnesota state control, 31 Aug 1962

Aircraft. F-51D, 1950−1954; F-94A, 1954−1957; F-94B, 1954−1957; F-94C, 1957−1960; F-89H, 1958−1960; C-97Gr, 1960−1971; C-130A/E/H, 1971−.

Service Streamers. None.

Campaign Streamers. None.

Armed Forces Expeditionary Streamers. None.

Decorations. Air Force Outstanding Unit Awards: ?

Emblem. Approved

Lineage. Constituted as the 133rd Fighter Wing in Oct 1950. Activated on 1 Nov 1950. Redesignated 133rd Fighter-Interceptor Wing on 2 Mar 1951. Redesignated: 133rd Air Defense Wing on 15 Apr 1956; 133rd Air Transport Wing, Heavy on 15 Jan 1960; 133rd Military Airlift Wing on 1 Jan 1966; 133rd Tactical Airlift Wing on 20 Mar 1971; 133rd Airlift Wing on 16 Mar 1992-.

Assignments. Minnesota ANG, 1 Nov 1950-.

Components. Groups. 133rd Fighter (later 133rd Fighter-Interceptor, 133rd Fighter, 133rd Air Transport, 133rd Military Airlift, 133rd Tactical Airlift, 133rd Operations, 1 Nov 1950-6 Feb 1952, 1 Dec 1952-9 Feb 1975, 16 Mar 1992-. Squadrons. 109th Fighter (later: 109th Fighter-Interceptor; 109th Air Transport; 109th Military Airlift; 109th Tactical Airlift; 109th Airlift Squadron), 9 Feb 1975-1 Mar 1994.

Stations. Holman Field, 1 Nov 1950; Fort Snelling (later Snelling AFS, 21 Jan 1951-6 Feb 1952. Wold-Chamberlain Field (later Minneapolis-St. Paul Metropolitan Airport, Minneapolis-Saint Paul Joint ARS), MN, 28 Aug 1947-,

Operations. Federalized and placed on active duty as part of the Korean War call-up, 1 Mar 1951-1 Dec 1952. Federalized and placed on active duty, 1 Oct 1961

Released from active duty and returned to Minnesota state control, 31 Aug 1962

Aircraft. F-51D, 1950−1954; F-94A, 1954−1957; F-94B, 1954−1957; F-94C, 1957−1960; F-89H, 1958−1960; C-97Gr, 1960−1971; C-130A/E/H, 1971−.

Service Streamers. None.

Campaign Streamers. None.

Armed Forces Expeditionary Streamers. None.

Decorations. Air Force Outstanding Unit Awards: ?

Emblem. Approved

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