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932 AIRLIFT WING (AFRC)

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932 Airlift Wing (AFRC) Emblem
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Lineage. Established as 932 Troop Carrier Group, Medium, and activated, on 15 Jan 1963. Organized in the Reserve on 11 Feb 1963. Redesignated: 932 Military Airlift Group on 1 Apr 1967; 932 Aeromedical Airlift Group (Associate) on 25 Jul 1969; 932 Airlift Wing on 1 Oct 1994.
 
Assignments. Continental Air Command, 15 Jan 1963; 434 Troop Carrier Wing, 11 Feb 1963; 442 Military Airlift Wing, 1 Oct 1966; 514 Military Airlift Wing, 1 Apr 1969; Central Air Force Reserve Region, 1 Jan 1972; Fourteenth Air Force, 8 Oct 1976; 446 Airlift Wing, 1 Aug 1992; Fourth Air Force, 1 Oct 1994-.
 
Components. Group. 932 Operations: 1 Aug 1992-. Squadron. 73 Troop Carrier (later, 73 Military Airlift; 73 Aeromedical Airlift; 73 Airlift): 11 Feb 1963-1 Aug 1992.
Stations. Scott AFB, IL, 11 Feb 1963-.
 
Commanders. Lt Col Philip G. Kuhn, 11 Feb 1963; Lt Col Leonard F. Deist, 8 Oct 1963 (temporary); Col Allen A. Beaumont, 8 Dec 1963; Col Leonard F. Deist, 26 Sep 1971 (temporary); Col Allen A. Beaumont, Nov 1971; Lt Col Howard Trimpe, 12 Dec 1971 (temporary); Lt Col James E. McAdoo, 28 May 1972; Lt Col Irving D. Richardson, 18 Jun 1973; Col Jackie L. VanHoorebeke, 4 Dec 1974; Lt Col James C. Ranson, 23 Jul 1979 (temporary); Col Earl E. Fairchild Jr., 7 Sep 1979; Col David J. Stanley, 12 Aug 1988; Col Edward A. Stickler, 1 Dec 1990; Col Gerald P. Fitzgerald, 5 Feb 1995; Col Alan M. Mitchell, 15 Apr 1996; Col James T. Rubeor, 11 Mar 1998-. 

Aircraft. C-119, 1963-1967; C-124, 1967-1969; C-9, 1969-. 

Operations. Airlift and airdrop of troops and supplies, 1963-1967 and worldwide military airlift, 1965-1969. Trained for trapeze recovery of NASA space capsules through 1969. Associated with the active-duty 375th Wing, operated the military aeromedical airlift system, 1969-; provided integrated aircrews, inflight medical crews, and aircraft maintenance. 

Service Streamers. None. 

Campaign Streamers. None. 

Armed Forces Expeditionary Streamers. None. 

Decorations. Air Force Outstanding Unit Awards: 20 Aug 1969-30 Jun 1971; 1 Jan 1972-31 Mar 1973; 24 Jul 1975-23 Jul 1977; 29 Sep 1980-30 Jun 1982; 1 Jul 1986-31 Jul 1988; 1 Jan 1993-1 Aug 1994. Republic of Vietnam Cross of Gallantry with Palm: 1 Apr 1967-24 Jul 1969. 

Lineage, Assignments, Components, Stations, and Honors through 20 Dec 2001.
 
Commanders, Aircraft, and Operations through Sep 1998.
 
Supersedes statement prepared on 25 Sep 1990. 

Emblem. Approved on 18 Aug 1969; modified on 5 Jun 1995. 

Prepared by Judy G. Endicott.







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