176th WING

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Computer made/mounted on velcro   3.0 inch-77mm

 

176th WING

Lineage. Constituted 8144th Air Base Squadron on 15 Sep 1952. Redesignated: 144th Fighter-Bomber Squadron on 1 Jul 1953; 144th Fighter Interceptor Squadron on 1 Jul 1955; 144th Air Transportation Squadron on 1 Jul 1957; 144th Air Transportation Squadron (Medium) on 1 Dec 1960. Redesignated 176th Tactical Airlift Group and extended federal recognition on 1 Apr 1969; 176th Composite Group, 1 Oct 1986. 176th Group, 1 Jan 1993; 176th Wing, 1 Oct 1995-.

Assignments. AK ANG 15 Sep 1952-.

Components. Groups. 176th Operations, 1 Oct 1995-.

Squadrons. 144th Fighter Bomber (later Fighter Interceptor, Air Transportation, Tactical Airlift, Airlift) 1 Jul 1953-. 168th Air Refueling, 1 Oct 1986-23 Oct 1990; 176th Air Control, 1 Oct 2004-; 210th Rescue, 11 Aug 1990-.

Stations. Elmendorf AFB, AK, 15 Sep 1952; Kulis ANGS, 1 Jul 1955; Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson AFB, AK, 18 Feb 2011-.

Aircraft. T-6, 1953; F-80, 1953-1955; T-33, 1953-  F-86, 1955-1957; C-47, 1957-1960; C123, 1960-1976; C-130, 1976-; KC-135, 1986-1990; MH-60, 1990-, HC-130, 1990-, C-17, 2009-.

Operations. Air Defense of Alaska, 1955-1957. Provide trained aircrews and support personnel for airlift and airdrop during all contingencies in the Pacific Theater, 1957-.

Service Streamers. None.

Campaigns. None.

Decorations. Air Force Outstanding Unit Award: Feb 1965, 24 Aug 1967; Alaskan Air Command Citation of Merit for Outstanding Airlift Support, 27 Feb 1967; Governors Trophy Outstanding Unit, 1985.

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