113th FIGHTER SQUADRON – F-16

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Korean computer made   3.75 inch-93mm      

 

113th FIGHTER SQUADRON

Lineage. Organized as 113 Aero Squadron on 26 Aug 1917. Redesignated 634 Aero Supply Squadron on 1 Feb 1918. Demobilized on 31 Mar 1919. Reconstituted and consolidated (1936) with 137 Squadron which, having been allotted to Indiana National Guard, was organized on 1 Aug 1921. Redesignated 113 Squadron on 3 Jan 1923; 113 Observation Squadron on 25 Jan 1923; Ordered to active service on 17 Jan 1941. Redesignated: 113 Observation Squadron (Medium) on 13 Jan 1942; 113 Observation Squadron on 4 Jul 1942; 113 Reconnaissance Squadron (Bombardment) on 2 Apr 1943; 113 Reconnaissance Squadron (Fighter) on 15 Jun 1943; 113 Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron on 11 Aug 1943. Disbanded on 30 Nov 1943. Reconstituted on 21 Jun 1945. Redesignated: 113 Fighter Squadron and allotted to ANG on 24 May 1946. 113 Fighter Squadron extended federal recognition on 14 Apr 1947. Redesignated: 113 Fighter Interceptor Squadron on 11 Feb 1951; 113 Fighter Bomber Squadron on 1 Nov 1952;  113 Fighter Interceptor Squadron on1 Jul 1955; 113 Tactical Fighter Squadron in 1959; 113 Fighter Squadron on 15 Mar 1992; 113 Air Support Operations Squadron on 3 May 2008-.

Assignments. Unknown, 1917-1919. Indiana NG, 1 Aug 1921; Indiana National Guard, 1 Aug 1921 (originally intended as corps air service, served from 1923 as divisional aviation, 38th Division); V Army Corps, 17 Jan 1941; 67 Observation Group, 1 Sep 1941; (attached to 66 Observation Group, 12 Dec 1941-20 Jan 1942); 77 Observation (later Reconnaissance; Tactical Reconnaissance) Group, 12 Mar 1942-30 Nov 1943. Indiana Air National Guard, 14 Apr 1947; 181 Tactical Fighter Group, 1 Oct 1962; 181Fighter Group, 15 Mar 1992; 181 Operations Group, 1 Oct 1995; 181 Intelligence Wing, 3 May 2008-.

Stations. Kelly Field, TX, 26 Aug 1917; Middletown Airfield, PA, 15 Sep 1917-31 Mar 1919. Kokomo, IN, 1 Aug 1921; Indianapolis, IN, 1926; Key Field, MS, 27 Jan 1941; MacDill Field, FL, 16 Dec 1941; Key Field, MS, 27 Jan 1942; New Orleans AAB, LA, 5 Feb 1942; Hattiesburg AAF, MS, 23 Jun 1942; Stinson Field, TX, 6 Jul 1942; DeRidder AAB, LA, 27 Jul 1942; Alamo AAF, TX, 28 Sep 1942; Abilene AAF, TX, 1 Jul 1943; Esler AAF, LA, 13 Sep 1943; Birmingham, AAF, AL, 14-30 Nov 1943. Stout Field, IN, 14 Apr 1947; (operated from Baer Field, IN and Sioux City, IA for the Korean War call-up); Scott AFB, IL, 24 May 1951; Stout Field, IN, 1 Nov 1952; Hulman Field, IN, 1 Sep 1954-.

Aircraft. JN-6, JNS-1, PT-1, BT-1, O-2, O-11, and O-17 during period 1921–1933; O-38, c. 1932-1941; O-47, c. 1938-1942; O-49 and O–52, 1941-1942; L-4, 1942; P-39, 1942–1943. F51D, 1947-1951; F-51H, 1951-1955; F-80C, 1955-1956; F-86A, 1956-1958; F-84F. 1958-1962; RF-84F, 1962-1964; F-84F, 1964-1971; F-100D/F, 1971-1979; F-4C(EF-4C), 1979-1988; F-4E, 1988-1992; F-16C/D, 1992-2007.

Operations. Evidently a supply unit, 1917–1919. Emergency operations while under state control included flood-relief in southern Indiana in 1937. Antisubmarine patrols, Dec 1941-Jan 1942, c. Feb-Jun 1942; aerial support for training ground forces, 1942-1943. Called to active duty for the Korean War, 1951-1952; Berlin Crisis, 1961. Activated for Operation Desert Storm, 1990-1991. Participated in Operation Southern Watch, Operation Northern Watch, Operation Joint Forge, Operation Noble Eagle, Operation Deep Freeze, Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Service Streamers. None.

Campaign Streamers. Antisubmarine, American Theater.

Decorations. None.

Emblem. Approved on 5 Jan 1954.

Additional information

Weight 0.0000 kg
Dimensions 0.00 × 0.00 × 0.00 cm