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448 SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT WING (AFMC)

Posted 4/21/2014 Printable Fact Sheet
 
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448 Supply Chain Management Wing Emblem
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Lineage. Established as 448 Bombardment Wing, Light, on 10 May 1949. Activated in the Reserve on 27 Jun 1949. Ordered to active service on 17 Mar 1951. Inactivated on 21 Mar 1951. Redesignated as 448 Fighter-Bomber Wing on 12 Apr 1955. Activated in the Reserve on 18 May 1955. Inactivated on 16 Nov 1957. Redesignated as: 448 Tactical Fighter Wing on 31 Jul 1985; 448 Combat Sustainment Wing on 31 Jan 2005. Activated on 18 Feb 2005. Redesignated as 448 Supply Chain Management Wing on 1 Apr 2008.
 
Assignments. Fourth Air Force, 27 Jun 1949-21 Mar 1951. Fourteenth Air Force, 18 May 1955-16 Nov 1957. Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center, 18 Feb 2005; Air Force Global Logistics Support Center, 1 Apr 2008 (attached to Air Force Sustainment Center, 11 Jul-30 Sep 2012); Air Force Sustainment Center, 1 Oct 2012-.
 
Operational Components. Group. 448 Bombardment (later, 448 Fighter-Bomber): 27 Jun 1949-21 Mar 1951; 18 May 1955-16 Nov 1957.
 
Stations. Long Beach Muni Aprt, CA, 27 Jun 1949-21 Mar 1951. Dallas NAS, TX, 18 May 1955-16 Nov 1957. Tinker AFB, OK, 18 Feb 2005-.
Commanders. Brig Gen Douglas Keeney, 27 Jun 1949; Col Robert E. Dake, by Sep 1950-21 Mar 1951. Brig Gen Jerry W. Davidson, 18 May 1955-c. Nov 1957.
 
Aircraft. T-6, 1949-1950; T-7, 1949-1951; T-11, 1949-1951; B-26, 1949-1951. T-28, 1955, 1955-1957; T-33, 1955-1957; F-80, 1955-1957; F-86, 1957.
 
Operations. Trained as a Reserve bombardment wing under the supervision of the 2347 Air Force Reserve Training Center, 1949-1951. Lost more than half of its personnel in the call-up of another wing in Aug 1950. Ordered to active service in Mar 1951, but personnel used as fillers in other units. Trained as a Reserve fighter-bomber wing from 18 May 1955 until inactivated in 1957.
 
Service Streamers. None.
 
Campaign Streamers. None.
 
Armed Forces Expeditionary Streamers. None.
 
Decorations. Air Force Outstanding Unit Award: 1 Mar 2005-28 Feb 2007; 1 May 2010-30 Apr 2012.
 
Bestowed Honors. Authorized to display honors earned by the 448 Bombardment Group prior to 10 May 1949. Service Streamers. None. Campaign Streamers. World War II: Air Offensive, Europe; Normandy; Northern France; Rhineland; Ardennes-Alsace; Central Europe. Decorations. None.
 
Lineage, Assignments, Stations, and Honors through 28 Aug 2012.

Commanders, Aircraft, Components, and Operations through 16 Nov 1957.

Supersedes statement prepared on 16 Feb 2005.

Emblem. Approved on 30 Nov 2005; newest rendition approved on 5 Jun 2008.

Prepared by Patsy Robertson.
 
Reviewed by Daniel Haulman.







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