8th WEAPONS SQUADRON – CLASS 2004 – AIC/E – GO WUG-LY EARLY

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Korean computer made   3.75 inch-95mm      

 

USAF Weapons School (ACC)

Lineage. Constituted as USAF Fighter Weapons School, and activated, on 30 Dec 1965. Organized on 1 Jan 1966. Discontinued, and inactivated, on 1 Sep 1966. Activated on 30 Dec 1981. Redesignated USAF Weapons School on 15 Jun 1993.

Assignments. Tactical Air Command, 30 Dec 1965; 4520 Combat Crew Training Wing, 1 Jan-1 Sep 1966. 57 Fighter Weapons (later, 57 Fighter; 57) Wing, 30 Dec 1981-.

Stations. Nellis AFB, NV, 1 Jan-1 Sep 1966. Nellis AFB, NV, 30 Dec 1981-.

Aircraft. Documentation is not clear as to the type aircraft, if any, assigned to the school in 1966. A-10, 1981-; AC-130, 2000-; B-1, 1992-; B-2, 2002-; B-52, 1992-; C-130, 2006-; C-17, 2006-; E-8, 2000-; EC-130, 1995-; F-4, 1981-1985; F-15, 1981-; F-15E, 1991-; F-16, 1981-; F-22, 2008-; F-111, 1981-1995; F-117, 2002-2006; HH-60, 1995-; KC-135, 2006-; MC-130, 2002-; MH-53, 2000-2006; MQ-1/9, 2008-; RC-135, 1995-;

Operations. Documentation is not clear as to what the USAF Weapons School did during 1966. The school probably conducted training courses in available aircraft of the center. Beginning with activation in Dec 1981, the school conducted formal graduate level instructor courses for pilots and weapons systems officers. Weapons School encompasses 18 squadrons, teaching 24 Weapons Instructor Courses, two Advanced Enlisted Courses and 30 combat specialties at eight locations.

Service Streamers. None.

Campaign Streamers. None.

Armed Forces Expeditionary Streamers. None.

Decorations. Air Force Outstanding Unit Awards: 1 Jun 2001-31 May 2003; 1 Jun 2004-31 May 2006. Air Force Organizational Excellence Award: 1 Jun 1997-31 May 1999.

Emblem. None. Unit may design and request approval of an emblem in accordance with AFI 84-105, chapter 3

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