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614 AIR AND SPACE COMMUNICATIONS SQUADRON (AFSPC)

Posted 9/13/2011 Printable Fact Sheet
 
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Lineage. Constituted as 14 Communications Squadron (Regional Control) on 14 Apr 1942. Activated on 18 Apr 1942. Redesignated as 14 Airways Communication Squadron on 10 Oct 1942. Disbanded on 12 Jan 1943. Reconstituted, and redesignated as 614 Space Communications Squadron, on 5 Nov 2003. Activated on 23 Jan 2004. Redesignated as 614 Air and Space Communications Squadron on 17 Jun 2011.

Assignments. AAF Directorate of Communications, 18 Apr 1942; African Airways Communications Region, Oct 1942-12 Jan 1943. Fourteenth Air Force, 23 Jan 2004-.

Stations. Bolling Field, DC, 18 Apr-Sep 1942; Leopoldville, Belgian Congo, 7 Oct 1942; Accra, British Gold Coast, Dec 1942-12 Jan 1943. Vandenberg AFB, CA, 23 Jan 2004-.

Service Streamers. World War II European-African-Middle Eastern Theater.

Campaign Streamers. None.

Armed Forces Expeditionary Streamers. None.

Decorations. Air Force Outstanding Unit Awards: [23 Jan]-30 Sep 2004; 1 Oct 2004-30 Sep 2005; 1 Oct 2005-30 Sep 2006; 1 Oct 2006-30 Sep 2008; 1 Oct 2008-30 Sep 2009; 1 Oct 2009-30 Sep 2010.
 
Lineage, Assignments, Stations, and Honors through Jul 2011.

Supersedes statement prepared on 20 Jul 2004.

Emblem. Approved on 27 Dec 2006.

Prepared by Patsy Robertson.
 
Reviewed by Daniel Haulman.







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