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302 Operations Support Squadron (AFRC)

Lineage. Constituted as 302 Airdrome Squadron on 1 Apr 1943. Activated on 5 Apr 1943. Disbanded on 7 Nov 1945. Reconstituted, redesignated as 302 Operations Support Squadron, and activated in the Reserve, on 1 Aug 1992. Redesignated as: 302 Operations Support Flight on 1 Oct 1992; 302 Operations Support Squadron on 12 Jul 2010.
 
Assignments. Second Air Force, 5 Apr 1943; Ninth Air Force, 7 Jan 1944; IX Bomber Command, 12 Aug 1944; Fourth Air Force, 18 Sep-7 Nov 1945. 302 Operations Group, 1 Aug 1992-.
 
Stations. Gowen Field, ID, 5 Apr-10 Dec 1943; Zeals, England, 8 Jan 1944; Lynington, England, 20 Apr 1944; Chilbolton, England, 7 Jun 1944; Kingsnorth, England, 13 Jul 1944; Hurn, England, 13 Aug 1944; Gosfield, England, 5 Sep 1944; Coulommiers, France, 3 Oct 1944; Luxeuil, France, 7 Oct 1944; Dole/Tavaux, France, 13 Oct 1944; Dijon/Longvic, France, 15 Dec 1944; Mailly, France, 4 Jul 1945; St. Victoret, France, 17 Aug-1 Sep 1945; Lemoore AAFld, CA, 18 Sep 1945; Camp Pinedale, CA, 23 Oct-7 Nov 1945. Peterson AFB, CO, 1 Aug 1992-.

Service Streamers. None.
 
Campaign Streamers. World War II: Rhineland.

Armed Forces Expeditionary Streamers. None.

Decorations. Air Force Outstanding Unit Award: 1 Jan 1998-31 Aug 1999; 1 Jan 2001-31 Aug 2002; 1 Sep 2004-31 Aug 2006; 1 Sep 2006-2 Sep 2008.

Lineage, Assignments, Stations, and Honors through Aug 2010.

Supersedes statement prepared on 2 Jun 1997.

Emblem. None on file. Squadron may design and request approval of an emblem in accordance with AFI 84-105, Chapter 3.

Prepared by Patsy Robertson.
 
Reviewed by Daniel Haulman.