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374 COMMUNICATIONS SQUADRON (PACAF)

Posted 4/21/2014 Printable Fact Sheet
 
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374 Communications Squadron Emblem
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Lineage. Constituted as 374 Communications Squadron, Troop Carrier, Heavy on 10 Aug 1948. Activated on 17 Aug 1948. Redesignated as 374 Communications Squadron on 1 Mar 1950. Inactivated on 18 Nov 1958. Activated on 1 Apr 1992.
 
Assignments. 374 Air Base Group, 17 Aug 1948; 374 Troop Carrier Group, 1 Jul 1957; 1503 Maintenance Group, 1 Apr-18 Nov 1958. 374 Support (later, 374 Mission Support) Group, 1 Apr 1992-.
 
Stations. Harmon AFB, Guam, 17 Aug 1948; Tachikawa AFB (later, AB), Japan, 5 Mar 1949-18 Nov 1958. Yokota AB, Japan, 1 Apr 1992-.

Service Streamers. Korean Theater.
 
Campaign Streamers. None.

Armed Forces Expeditionary Streamers. None.

Decorations. Air Force Outstanding Unit Awards: 30 Sep 1992-1 Oct 1994; 2 Oct 1995-30 Sep 1996; 1 Oct 1996-30 Sep 1997; 1 Oct 1998-30 Sep 2000; 1 Oct 2000-30 Sep 2002; 1 Oct 2003-30 Sep 2005; 2 Nov 2006-1 Nov 2008; 2 Nov 2008-1 Nov 2009; 2 Nov 2009-1 Nov 2011; 2 Nov 2011-1 Nov 2012. Republic of Korea Presidential Unit Citation: 1 Jul 1951-27 Jul 1953.
 
Lineage, Assignments, Stations, and Honors through Mar 2014.

Supersedes statement prepared on 9 Oct 2008.

Emblem. Approved on 4 Aug 1995.

Prepared by Patsy Robertson.
 
Reviewed by Carl E. Bailey.







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