315th Operations Group

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The 315th Operations Group is a United States Air Force Reserve unit assigned to the 315th Airlift Wing.wikipedia
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43d Troop Carrier Squadron

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Their place was taken by the 43d Transport Squadron, which was activated at Bowman and the 54th Transport Squadron, which moved to Bowman a few days after its activation at Hamilton Field.
Its last assignment was with the 315th Troop Carrier Group, based at Brady Air Base, Japan.

6th Airlift Squadron

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One month later, the 6th Transport Squadron at Camp Williams, Wisconsin was added to the group.
315th Transport Group, March 1942

300th Airlift Squadron

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300th Airlift Squadron
315th Operations Group, 1 August 1992 – present

52d Troop Carrier Wing

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It became part of the 52d Troop Carrier Wing of IX Troop Carrier Command.
Groups present for the invasion training were the 61st Troop Carrier Group, 313th Troop Carrier Group, 314th Troop Carrier Group, 315th Troop Carrier Group, 316th Troop Carrier Group, 349th Troop Carrier Group, and 434th Troop Carrier Group.

RAF Spanhoe

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On 7 February 1944, the group moved to RAF Spanhoe.
On 7 February 1944, the headquarters of the 315th Troop Carrier Group took up residence, a somewhat reduced organisation as most of the air echelon had been sent on detachment to Twelfth Air Force in North Africa during May 1943.

54th Air Refueling Squadron

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Their place was taken by the 43d Transport Squadron, which was activated at Bowman and the 54th Transport Squadron, which moved to Bowman a few days after its activation at Hamilton Field.
315th Transport Group (later 315th Troop Carrier Group), 11 June 1942

35th Flying Training Squadron

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Its original elements were the 33d, 34th and 35th Transport Squadrons.
315th Transport Group, 14 February 1942

62d Airlift Squadron

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To replace the lost squadrons, the 61st Troop Carrier Squadron was activated at Bowman Field in October and the 62d Troop Carrier Squadron at Sedalia Army Air Field in December 1942, However these squadrons remained in the United States to be trained and were reassigned in March 1943 without ever joining the wing.
315th Troop Carrier Group, 5 December 1942 (attached to 89th Troop Carrier Group)

61st Airlift Squadron

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To replace the lost squadrons, the 61st Troop Carrier Squadron was activated at Bowman Field in October and the 62d Troop Carrier Squadron at Sedalia Army Air Field in December 1942, However these squadrons remained in the United States to be trained and were reassigned in March 1943 without ever joining the wing.
315th Troop Carrier Group, 26 October 1942 (attached to 314th Troop Carrier Group

I Troop Carrier Command

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In April, the group became part of I Troop Carrier Command and began training with Douglas C-47 Skytrain and Douglas C-53 Skytrooper aircraft.
315th Troop Carrier Group

701st Airlift Squadron

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315th Operations Group: 1 August 1992 – present

310th Airlift Squadron

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As part of its preparation, the group was brought up to full strength for the first time since arriving in England in April 1944, when the 309th and 310th Troop Carrier Squadrons were assigned to the group shortly after arriving in theater.
315th Troop Carrier Group, 26 April 1944 – 31 July 1945

309th Airlift Squadron

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As part of its preparation, the group was brought up to full strength for the first time since arriving in England in April 1944, when the 309th and 310th Troop Carrier Squadrons were assigned to the group shortly after arriving in theater.
315th Troop Carrier Group, 26 April 1944 – 31 July 1945

RAF Boreham

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For Operation Varsity, the Allied airborne assault across the Rhine in March 1945, the group staged out of RAF Boreham as a result of the need for shorter flying distances.
Boreham then passed to the 315th Troop Carrier Group in March 1945, which flew 80 Douglas C-47 Skytrains to drop men of the British 6th Airborne Division during Operation Varsity, the assault on the Rhine River.

315th Airlift Wing

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The 315th Operations Group is a United States Air Force Reserve unit assigned to the 315th Airlift Wing.
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315th Air Division

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The group was initially composed of a provisional transport squadron, an aerial port squadron and a maintenance squadron and was part of the 315th Air Division.
315th Troop Carrier Group (later 315th Air Commando Group): 8 December 1962 – 8 March 1966 (detached entire period)

464th Tactical Airlift Wing

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The provisional squadron was manned primarily by deployed crews from the 464th Troop Carrier Wing's 346th Troop Carrier Squadron, from Pope Air Force Base, North Carolina.
In July 1963, the Air Force decided to make its airlift in Vietnam regular, and on 1 July, the 777th (on its second deployment and located at Tan Son Nhut Airport and the 776th Squadrons were reassigned to the 315th Troop Carrier Group, which had replaced the 6492d in December 1962.

311th Airlift Squadron

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A week later, the 2d was discontinued, while the 777th and 778th were returned to the 464th Wing on paper, and their personnel and equipment were transferred to the newly activated 309th, 310th and 311th Troop Carrier Squadrons.
315th Troop Carrier Group (later 315 Air Commando Group), 8 July 1963

346th Tactical Airlift Squadron

346th Troop Carrier Squadron
The provisional squadron was manned primarily by deployed crews from the 464th Troop Carrier Wing's 346th Troop Carrier Squadron, from Pope Air Force Base, North Carolina.
The Ranch Hand aircraft were later transferred to Detachment 1, 315th Troop Carrier Group, Commando.

19th Airlift Squadron

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19th Troop Carrier Squadron: 10 June 1952 – 18 January 1955
315th Troop Carrier Group, 10 Jun 1952-18 Jan 1955

777th Expeditionary Airlift Squadron

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By April 1963, operations had expanded to the point that the 464th Wing deployed an entire squadron, the 777th Troop Carrier Squadron, to Da Nang Air Base, and it was attached to the 315th Group.
In July 1963, the Air Force decided to make its airlift in Vietnam regular, and on 1 July, the 777th was reassigned to the 315th Troop Carrier Group, which had replaced the 6492d in December 1962.

50th Troop Carrier Wing

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50th Transport Wing, 31 March 1942
315th Transport Group (later 315th Troop Carrier Group): 31 March – 15 June 1942; c. 15 October 1943 – 18 February 1944

19th Special Operations Squadron

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By October, however, sufficient additional C-123s had been withdrawn from Air Force Reserve units in the United States to form a fourth Provider squadron, the 19th Air Commando Squadron.
315th Troop Carrier Group (later 315th Air Commando Group), 8 October 1964

RAF Aldermaston

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RAF Aldermaston (AAF-467), England, December 1942
; 315th Troop Carrier Group

RAF Welford

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RAF Welford (AAF-474), England, 6 November 1943
The 315th Troop Carrier Group arrived at Welford on 6 November 1943 from RAF Aldermaston flying C-47s and C-53s.