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  • Attack Squadrons

    8th Attack Squadron89th Attack SquadronClick here to return to Memorial Park.
  • Aircraft Maintenance

    1st-6th Aircraft Repair Units (Floating) and 1st-18th Aircraft Maintenance Units (Floating)2nd Strategic Air Depot3rd Aviation Field Depot Squadron4th Air Depot Group10th Air Depot Group18th Air Depot Group19th Air Depot Group19th Repair Squadron20th Air Depot Group21st Air Depot Group27th Air Depot Group30th Air Depot Group (Plaque)30th Air Depot
  • Airborne Early Warning and Control Groups

    511th AW&C Group, 39th Air Division551st AEW&C Wing613th, 847th and 848th AC&W Squadrons966th AEW&C SquadronClick here to return to Memorial Park.
  • Air Service

    68th Air Service Group432nd Air Service GroupHeadquarters Squadron - Air Service CommandClick here to return to Memorial Park.
  • Air Refueling

    71st and 341st Air Refueling Squadrons98th Air Refueling Squadron100th Air Refueling Squadron420th Air Refueling Squadron - 1955-1964622nd Air Refueling SquadronTAC Tankers Association - front | backClick here to return to Memorial Park.
  • Air Force Individuals

    2nd Lt. Charles H. AugustineLt. David AxthelmCapt. Fred AzingerFrank G. Anger Memorial ParkMaj. Homer T. BayLt. Col. Louis BenneTheodore C. BoslerLt. Col. Richmond T. Boykin Jr.Brig. Gen. Carroll H. Bolender - Commander of the 414th Night Fighter SquadronCol. Jerome V. BruggerStaff Sgt. James E. BurnsCMSgt. Bill Cannon front backCharles R.
  • Air Force Bases

    Lockbourne Air Force BaseNarsarssuak Air Base - GreenlandPleiku Air Base - VietnamSampson Air Force BaseTan Son Nhut Air Base - front | back | plaque | plaqueTuy Hoa Air Base - VietnamUdorn Royal Thai Air Force BaseClick here to return to Memorial Park.
  • Air Communications

    Airways and Air Communications Service1st Airways and Air Communications SquadronClick here to return to Memorial Park.
  • Air Commandos

    1st Air Commandos2nd & 3rd Group Air Commandos (World War II)Click here to return to Memorial Park.
  • A-10 Thunderbolt: Close Air Support, Close Cooperation

    On April 6, 2003, Lt. Col. Raymond Strasburger and Capt. Gregory Thornton, A-10 Thunderbolt II pilots in the 75th Fighter Squadron, were operating near Baghdad when they heard a ground forward air controller call out: "We are taking heavy fire, we need you now!" Strasburger and Thornton made multiple 30mm gun, rocket, and missile attacks through
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