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19th Airlift Wing

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The 19th Operations Group (19 OG) is the operational flying component of the United States Air Force 19th Airlift Wing, stationed at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas.
19th Operations Group

61st Airlift Squadron

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61st Airlift Squadron
The 61st Airlift squadron is part of the 19th Operations Group and operates Lockheed C-130 Hercules aircraft from Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas.

50th Air Refueling Squadron

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50th Airlift Squadron
The Fightin' 5-0 along with sister squadrons, the 41st, 53d and 61st Airlift Squadrons, was assigned to the 19th Operations Group.

Fifth Air Force

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In March 1942, the group was re-established in Australia, as part of the Fifth Air Force.
By October, it had become necessary to move one of the fighter squadrons out of Clark Field to make room for the expected arrival of the 19th Bombardment Group.

Far East Air Force (United States)

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As part of the Far East Air Force, the unit was stationed at Clark Field in the Philippines when the Japanese attacked on 8 December 1941, suffering numerous casualties and losing most of its Boeing B-17 Flying Fortresses in the attack.
Two squadrons of the 19th Bombardment Group followed in October–November.

United States Army Air Corps

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The 19th Observation Group was constituted as part of the United States Army Air Corps on 18 October 1927, without personnel or equipment.
19th Bombardment Group, March Field, California

14th Bombardment Squadron

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The route had been pioneered between 5 and 12 September 1941 by the 14th Bombardment Squadron, which was attached as the group's third squadron after its arrival.
The 19th Bombardment Group had been selected for transfer to the Philippines; however, the need for B-17 bombers there was so urgent that a provisional group already in Hawaii was dispatched to Manila by way of Australia in September.

41st Airlift Squadron

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41st Airlift Squadron
19th Operations Group, 1 October 2008 – present

28th Bomb Squadron

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The 28th Bombardment Squadron, a squadron that had long been based in the Philippines with the 4th Composite Group (being broken up and disbanded), but now rostered by pilots fresh out of flight training, was also attached to the group as its fourth squadron and began transition training to the B-17.
On 1 November, it was assigned to the incoming 19th Bombardment Group in a reorganization of the Far East Air Force (FEAF) assets in the Philippines.

Harl Pease

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Capt. Harl Pease, who had been with the group since the start of the war, was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor for a mission flown on 7 August 1942.
Pease was assigned to the 19th Bomb Group as a B-17 pilot at Albuquerque Army Air Base, and in October 1941 flew with the group to Clark Field in the Philippines.

Yonpo Airfield

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In the north, its targets included an oil refinery and port facilities at Wonsan, a railroad bridge at Pyongyang, and Yonpo Airfield.
On 2 July 1950 the 19th Bombardment Group launched a strike on Yonpo Airfield based on faulty intelligence there were 65 Korean People's Air Force (KPAF) aircraft there, but only 16 KPAF aircraft were in the field, none of which were damaged by the airstrike.

30th Airlift Squadron

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30th Airlift Squadron (Associate unit with the Wyoming Air National Guard's 153d Airlift Wing).
19th Operations Group, 1 October 2008 – c. 1 September 2015

345th Airlift Squadron

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345th Airlift Squadron: 6 August 2010 – c. June 2014
The 345th Airlift Squadron is an inactive United States Air Force squadron most recently assigned to the 19th Operations Group at Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi, where it was inactivated in June 2014.

7th Air Refueling Squadron

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7th Air Refueling Squadron: 1 June 1992 – 1 January 1993
It was last assigned to the 19th Operations Group, stationed at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, where it was inactivated on 1 January 1993.

314th Air Division

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On Guam the 19th was assigned to the 314th Bombardment Wing, XXI Bomber Command, Twentieth Air Force.
In the Marianas, the Wing commanded the 19th, 29th 39th and 330th Bombardment Groups.

427th Reconnaissance Squadron

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38th Reconnaissance (later Bombardment) Squadron: 1 September 1936 – 13 March 1942 (detached 17 January-13 March 1942)
The squadron was attached to the 19th Bombardment Group and began its deployment to join the group in the Philippines in December 1941.

712th Expeditionary Air Refueling Squadron

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712th Air Refueling Squadron: 1 April 1994 – 1 July 1996
It was last assigned to the 19th Operations Group at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, where it was inactivated on 1 July 1996.

Twentieth Air Force

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On Guam the 19th was assigned to the 314th Bombardment Wing, XXI Bomber Command, Twentieth Air Force.
The last of the World War II combat wings, the 315th Bombardment Wing, returned to the United States on 30 May 1946, with the 19th Bombardment Group, remaining at North Field, Guam as its only operational organization.

XXI Bomber Command

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On Guam the 19th was assigned to the 314th Bombardment Wing, XXI Bomber Command, Twentieth Air Force.
The 6th and 9th Bombardment Groups joined in the attack on Tokyo on 25 February, as did the 314th Bombardment Wing's 19th Bombardment Group, flying out of North Field, Guam.

93d Bomb Squadron

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93d Bombardment Squadron: 20 October 1939 – 1 April 1944; 1 April 1944 – 1 June 1953
The squadron was reactivated in 1939 as part of the General Headquarters Air Force as the 93d Bombardment Squadron and assigned to the 19th Bombardment Group at March Field, California.

Kirtland Air Force Base

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The crews returned to the United States by ship and relocated to Albuquerque AAF to train navigators.
The 19th Bombardment Group arrived at Albuquerque AAB from March Field, California, in April 1941, shortly after the base was activated.

Andersen Air Force Base

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Construction of the B-29 airfields in the Marianas chain of islands, consisting primarily of Saipan, Tinian, and Guam, also delayed deployment to the Pacific until the group was ordered to the massive new North Field on Guam on 16 January 1945.
19th Air Refueling Group, North Army Air Base Command (Provisional), 20 December 1947 – 17 August 1948

17th Air Division

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Attached to 17th Bombardment Operational Training Wing (Very Heavy), 1 April-19 December 1944
19th Bombardment Group: attached c. 15 April – 7 December 1944

Little Rock Air Force Base

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The 19th Operations Group (19 OG) is the operational flying component of the United States Air Force 19th Airlift Wing, stationed at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas.
19th Operations Group

32d Air Refueling Squadron

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32d Observation (later Bombardment) Squadron: 24 June 1932 – 16 December 1941 (detached 22 October-16 December 1941)
19th Bombardment Group, 24 June 1932 (attached to IV Bomber Command, 22 October–December 1941, apparently attached to 7th Bombardment Group for operations, c. 8–15 December 1941)