145th AIRLIFT WING

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Computer made/mounted on velcro   3.0 inch-77mm

 

145th AIRLIFT WING

Lineage. Designated 145 Fighter-Interceptor Group, extended federal recognition and activated on 1 Jul 1957. Redesignated: 145 Aeromedical Transport Group on 1 Feb 1961; 145 Air Transport Group (Heavy) on 25 Jan 1964; 145 Military Airlift Group on 1 Jan 1966; 145 Tactical Airlift Group on 15 May 1971; 145 Airlift Group on 15 Mar 1992; 145 Airlift Wing on 1 Oct 1995-.

Assignments. North Carolina ANG, 1 Jul 1957-; 118 Tactical Airlift Wing, 15 May 1971-1 Oct 1995.

Components. Groups. 145 Operations, 1 Oct 1995-. Squadrons. 156 Fighter-Interceptor (later Aeromedical Transport, Air Transport, Military Airlift, Airlift), 1 Jul 1957-1 Oct 1995.

Stations. Morris Field (later Douglas IAP; Charlotte ANGB), NC, 1 Jul 1957-.

Aircraft. T-33, 1953-1961; F-86A, 1955-1957; F-86E, 1957-1959; F-86L, 1959-1961; C-119C, 1961-1962;  C-121C/G, 1962-1965; C-124C, 1965-1971; C-130B, 1971-1994; C-130H3, 1993-.

Operations. Air Defense of Southern US, 1952-1961. Aeromedical Evacuation Transport, 1961-1964. Global Air Transport, 1964-. Participated in Operations: DESERT SHIELD, 1990; DESERT STORM, 1991. Maintain operational readiness and provide the capability to deploy and redeploy air and ground forces to any area of the world, provide resupply missions, routine airlift and combat missions in the war zone by airland or airdrop as well as aeromedical and refugee evacuation.

Service Streamers. None.

Campaign Streamers. None.

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