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36 INTELLIGENCE SQUADRON (ACC)

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Lineage. Constituted 28 Observation Squadron on 1 Jul 1942. Activated on 17 Jul 1942. Redesignated: 28 Reconnaissance Squadron (Fighter) on 2 Apr 1943; 28 Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron on 11 Aug 1943; 36 Photographic Mapping Squadron on 9 Oct 1943; 36 Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron on 29 Mar 1944. Inactivated on 20 Feb 1946. Redesignated 36 Tactical Intelligence Squadron, and activated, on 1 Sep 1990. Redesignated: 36 Air Intelligence Squadron on 1 Nov 1991; 36 Intelligence Squadron on 1 Oct 1993.

Assignments. 73 Observation (later, 73 Reconnaissance; 73 Tactical Reconnaissance) Group, 17 Jul 1942; 76 Tactical Reconnaissance Group, 9 Oct 1943 (attached to 73 Tactical Reconnaissance Group to 3 Nov 1943); 74 Tactical Reconnaissance Group, 21 Oct 1943; I (later, III) Tactical Air Division, 29 Mar 1944; Far East Air Forces, Nov 1944; Thirteenth Air Force, 2 Dec 1944; Fifth Air Force, 7 Dec 1944; 6 Photographic (later, 6 Reconnaissance) Group, 23 Dec 1944; Seventh Air Force, 20 Oct 1945; V Fighter Command, 29 Nov 1945; Far East Air Forces (later, Pacific Air Command, U.S. Army), 3 Dec 1945-20 Feb 1946. 480 Tactical Intelligence (later, 480 Air Intelligence; 480 Intelligence) Group, 1 Sep 1990-.

Stations. Godman Field, KY, 17 Jul 1942; Camp Campbell AAFld, KY, 25 Jun 1943; Bowling Green Municipal Airport, KY, 30 Jul 1943; Campbell AAFld, KY, 1 Oct 1943; Muskogee AAFld, OK, 10 Apr-31 Oct 1944; Hollandia, New Guinea, 15 Dec 1944; Biak, 26 Dec 1944; Clark Field, Luzon, c. 28 Apr-26 Jul 1945 (air echelon at Clark Field, Luzon, to Sep 1945); Okinawa, 4 Aug 1945; Chofu, Japan, Oct 1945; Fort William McKinley, Luzon, Dec 1945-20 Feb 1946. Langley AFB, VA, 1 Sep 1990-.

Service Streamers. World War II American Theater.

Campaign Streamers. World War II: New Guinea; Luzon; Southern Philippines; Eastern Mandates; China Offensive.

Armed Forces Expeditionary Streamers. None.

Decorations. Meritorious Unit Awards: 1 Jun 2004-31 May 2006; 1 Jun 2006-31 May 2007. Air Force Outstanding Unit Award with Combat "V" Device: 1 Jun 2002-31 May 2003. Air Force Outstanding Unit Awards: 1 Sep 1990-31 Dec 1991; 1 Jan 1992-30 Sep 1993. Air Force Organizational Excellence Award: 1 Oct 1993-30 Sep 1995. Philippine Presidential Unit Citation.

Lineage, Assignments, Stations, and Honors through 10 Jan 2008.

Supersedes statement prepared on 7 Sep 1990.

Emblem. Approved on 7 Mar 1944; emblem should be updated and registered in disc format in accordance with AFI 84-105, Chapter 3.

Prepared by William M. Butler.

Reviewed by Daniel L. Haulman.







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