21st Expeditionary Mobility Task Force

21st Air ForceAtlantic Division23d AAF Ferrying Wing23d Army Air Forces Ferrying WingTwenty-First Air Force21 Air (later, 21 Strategic Aerospace) Division23rd Army Air Force Ferrying WingAtlantic Division, Military Air Transport ServiceEastern Transport Air ForceTwenty-First Air Force (21 AF)
The 21st Expeditionary Mobility Task Force (21 EMTF) was one of two EMTFs assigned to the Air Force’s Air Mobility Command.wikipedia
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Little Rock Air Force Base

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Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas
The host unit at Little Rock AFB is the 19th Airlift Wing (19 AW), assigned to the Air Mobility Command 21st Expeditionary Mobility Task Force.

Eighteenth Air Force

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The 21st EMTF reported to Headquarters, Eighteenth Air Force at Scott Air Force Base, Illinois.
At that time, every AMC wing and independent group reported to the 18 AF, including the newly designated 15th Expeditionary Mobility Task Force and 21st Expeditionary Mobility Task Force, AMC's lead agencies for conducting airlift, air refueling, aeromedical evacuation, and expeditionary combat support operations worldwide.

89th Airlift Wing

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In addition to the Task Force's airlift and refueling mission, the 89th Airlift Wing at Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland provided worldwide administrative airlift support to the President of the United States and other top government officials flying the C-20, C-21, C-32, VC-25 (Air Force One), VC-137, and UH-1 aircraft.
Twenty-First Air Force, 1 October 1985

Scott Air Force Base

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The 21st EMTF reported to Headquarters, Eighteenth Air Force at Scott Air Force Base, Illinois.
AMC's 15th and 21st Air Forces became Expeditionary Mobility Task Forces in 2003.

322d Airlift Division

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322d Air Division
Its last assignment was with Military Airlift Command, assigned to Twenty-First Air Force, being stationed at Ramstein Air Base, Germany.

Air Mobility Command

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The 21st Expeditionary Mobility Task Force (21 EMTF) was one of two EMTFs assigned to the Air Force’s Air Mobility Command.
Fifteenth Air Force was redesignated as the 15th Expeditionary Mobility Task Force (15 EMTF), headquartered at Travis AFB, and Twenty-First Air Force was redesignated as the 21st Expeditionary Mobility Task Force (21 EMTF), headquartered at McGuire AFB.

839th Air Division

839th Air Division
Its last assignment was with Military Airlift Command, assigned to Twenty-First Air Force at Sewart Air Force Base, Tennessee, although except for the last month of its existence it was assigned to Tactical Air Command.

521st Air Mobility Operations Wing

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521st Air Mobility Operations Wing
21st Expeditionary Mobility Task Force, 4 September 2008

43d Airlift Wing

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43d Airlift Wing
Twenty-First Air Force, 1 April 1997

436th Airlift Wing

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436th Airlift Wing
Twenty-First Air Force, 8 January 1966

437th Airlift Wing

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437th Airlift Wing
Twenty-First Air Force, 8 January 1966 – 1 October 2003

76th Air Division

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76th Air Division
Its last assignment was with Military Airlift Command, assigned to Twenty-First Air Force, being stationed at Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland.

Presque Isle Air Force Base

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Presque Isle AAF, Maine, 12 June 1942
The main Army Air Force unit at Presque Isle was the 23d AAF Ferrying Wing, assigned to the Air Transport Command.

19th Airlift Wing

19th Bombardment Wing19th Bombardment Group19th Air Refueling Wing
19th Airlift Wing
Twenty-First Air Force, 1 July 1993 – 1 July 1996

6th Air Mobility Wing

6th Bombardment Wing6th Strategic Wing6th Strategic Aerospace Wing
6th Air Refueling Wing
Twenty-First Air Force, 1 October 1996

463d Airlift Group

463d Troop Carrier Wing463d Tactical Airlift Wing463rd Troop Carrier Wing
463d Airlift Group
Twenty-First Air Force, 1 April 1997

305th Air Mobility Wing

305th Bombardment Wing305th Air Refueling Wing305th Bombardment Group
305th Air Mobility Wing
Twenty-First Air Force, 1 July 1993

Air Transport Command

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Air Transport Command, 5 July 1942
North Atlantic Wing (established as 23d AAF Ferrying Wing 20 June 1942; redesignated North Atlantic Wing on 1 July 1942; redesignated North Atlantic Division on 1 July 1944)

McGuire Air Force Base

McGuire AFBJoint Base McGuire-Dix-LakehurstMcGuire
It was headquartered at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey.
On 1 June 1955, MATS moved the Eastern Transport Air Force (EASTAF) to McGuire from Westover AFB, Massachusetts when SAC and Eighth Air Force took over.

621st Contingency Response Wing

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621st Contingency Response Wing
Twenty-First Air Force (later, 21st Expeditionary Mobility Task Force), 22 July 1994

Military Airlift Command

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Military Airlift Command, 1 January 1966
Twenty-First Air Force

Westover Air Reserve Base

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Westover AAF (later, AFB), Massachusetts, 1 October 1947
Atlantic Division, Military Air Transport Service, 1 Jun 1948 – 31 May 1955

Charleston Air Force Base

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Charleston Air Force Base, South Carolina
Eastern Transport Air Force, 1 March 1955

Lockheed C-5 Galaxy

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21 EMTF's strategic airlift force included the C-5 Galaxy, C-17 Globemaster III and the C-130 Hercules, aircraft, used to move cargo and passengers worldwide.