75th FIGHTER SQUADRON – COMBAT HOG DRIVER

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Korean computer made   4.0 inch-100mm

 

75th FIGHTER SQUADRON (ACC)

Lineage. Constituted as 75 Pursuit Squadron (Interceptor) on 17 Dec 1941. Redesignated as 75 Fighter Squadron on 15 May 1942.  Activated on 4 Jul 1942.  Redesignated as 75 Fighter Squadron, Single Engine, on 28 Feb 1944.  Inactivated on 5 Jan 1946.  Activated on 10 Oct 1946.  Redesignated as 75 Fighter Squadron, Jet, on 3 May 1949.  Inactivated on 24 Sep 1949.  Redesignated as 75 Fighter-Interceptor Squadron on 19 Dec 1950.  Activated on 12 Jan 1951. Discontinued, and inactivated, on 30 Jun 1968.  Activated on 30 Sep 1968.  Inactivated on 30 Nov 1969.  Redesignated as 75 Tactical Fighter Squadron on 18 May 1972.  Activated on 1 Jul 1972.   Redesignated as 75 Fighter Squadron on 1 Nov 1991.  Inactivated on 2 Dec 1991.  Activated on 1 Apr 1992.

Assignments. 23 Fighter Group, 4 Jul 1942-5 Jan 1946.  23 Fighter Group, 10 Oct 1946-24 Sep 1949.  23 Fighter-Interceptor Group, 12 Jan 1951; 4711 Defense Wing, 6 Feb 1952; 4709 Defense Wing, 14 Oct 1952; 519 Air Defense Group, 16 Feb 1953; 23 Fighter Group, 18 Aug 1955; Bangor Air Defense Sector, 1 Jul 1959; 36 Air Division, 1 Apr 1966-30 Jun 1968.  34 Air Division, 30 Sep 1968-30 Nov 1969.  23 Tactical Fighter (later, 23 Fighter) Wing, 1 Jul 1972-2 Dec 1991.   23 Fighter Wing, 1 Apr 1992; 23 Operations Group, 1 Jun 1992; 23 Fighter Group (former 23 Wing), 1 Apr 1997; 23 Fighter Group (former 23 Operations Group), 1 Oct 2006-.

Stations. Hengyang, China, 4 Jul 1942; Chanyi, China, 17 Aug 1942; Yunani, China, 20 Jan 1943; Lingling, China, 31 Mar 1943; Kunming, China, 26 Apr 1943; Kweilin, China, 11 Oct 1943; Hengyang, China, c. Nov 1943; Lingling, China, 10 Jun 1944; Kweilin, China, 25 Jun 1944; Luliang, China, 12 Sep 1944; Luichow, China, Aug 1945; Hangchow, China, 10 Oct-10 Dec 1945; Ft Lewis, WA, 3-5 Jan 1946.  Northwest Field (later, Northwest Guam AFB), Guam, 10 Oct 1946-3 Apr 1949; Howard AFB, CZ, 25 Apr-24 Sep 1949.  Presque Isle AFB, ME, 12 Jan 1951; Suffolk County AFB, NY, 16 Oct 1952; Presque Isle AFB, ME, 18 Aug 1955; Dow AFB, ME, 25 Jun 1959-30 Jun 1968.  Wurtsmith AFB, MI, 30 Sep 1968-30 Nov 1969.  England AFB, LA, 1 Jul 1972-2 Dec 1991.  Pope AFB, NC, 1 Apr 1992; Moody AFB, GA, 30 Jul 2007-.

Aircraft. P-40, 1942-1944; P-51, 1944-1945.   P-47, 1946-1949; RF-80, 1949.   F-86, 1951-1955; F-89, 1955-1959; F-101, 1958-1968.  F-101, 1968-1969.  A-7, 1972-1981; A-10, 1980-1991.  A-10, 1992-.

Operations. Combat in China-Burma-India (CBI) Theater, 6 Jul 1942-14 Aug 1945. Air Defense, 1946-1949, 1951-1968, and 1968-1969.  Combat in Southeast Asia, 1968-1969; Jul-Aug 1973.  Combat in Southwest Asia, Jan-Feb 1991.  Rotated personnel and aircraft in support of combat search and rescue (CSAR), close air support (CAS), and forward air control (FAC) missions in Southwest Asia, 1995-2011.  Trained and maintained combat-ready personnel and aircraft, 2006-.

Service Streamers.  None.

Campaign Streamers. World War II: India-Burma; China Defensive; Western Pacific; China Offensive.  Southwest Asia: Southwest Asia Ceasefire.

Armed Forces Expeditionary Streamers.  None.

Decorations. Distinguished Unit Citation: Hunan Province, China, 17-25 Jun 1944.  Air Force Outstanding Unit Award with Combat “V” Device: 1 Dec 1999-31 Mar 2000.  Meritorious Unit Awards: 1 Jun 2008-31 May 2010; 1 Jun 2010-31 May 2012.  Air Force Outstanding Unit Awards: 1 Jul 1980-30 Jun 1981; 1 Jul 1981-30 Jun 1983; 1 Apr 1989-31 Mar 1991; 31 May 1995-31 Mar 1997; 1 Jun 1997-31 May 1999; 1 Jun 2000-31 May 2002; 1 Jun 2002-31 May 2003;1 Jun 2006-31 May 2007; 1 Jun 2006-31 May 2008.

Emblem. Approved on 9 Aug 2007.

Additional information

Weight 0.0000 kg
Dimensions 0.00 × 0.00 × 0.00 cm