4th Combat Cargo Group

The 4th Combat Cargo Group was a World War II United States Army Air Forces combat organization that served in Tenth Air Force as part of the China Burma India Theater of World War II.wikipedia
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I Troop Carrier Command

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I Troop Carrier Command, 13 June-6 November 1944
In addition to the troop carrier groups, three specialized units, the 1st, 2d and 4th Combat Cargo Groups were trained by I Troop Carrier Command (the 3d Combat Cargo Group was formed in Burma by Tenth Air Force).

China Burma India Theater

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The 4th Combat Cargo Group was a World War II United States Army Air Forces combat organization that served in Tenth Air Force as part of the China Burma India Theater of World War II.
4th Combat Cargo Group (1944–1945)Burma, India (C-47, C-46).

Shah Amanat International Airport

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Chittagong Airfield, India, 5 January 1945
4th Combat Cargo Group, flew C-46 Commando transports between January and June 1945

Agartala Airport

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Agartala Airfield, India, December 1944
During World War II, the airport was used by the 4th Combat Cargo Group (4th CCG) of the United States Army Air Forces Tenth Air Force, flying Curtiss C-46 Commando transport aircraft over Burma.

Nampong Air Force Base

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Namponmao Airfield, Burma, June 1945
Built by the Allies during World War II as Namponmao Airfield, the airfield was used primarily as a transport facility during the Burma Campaign 1944-1945 by the Tenth Air Force 4th Combat Cargo Group beginning in June 1945 flying C-46 Commandos as a combat resupply airfield, air-dropping pallets of supplies and ammunition to the advancing Allied forces on the ground.

Pandaveswar Airfield

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Pandaveswar Airfield, India, November 1945
4th Combat Cargo Group, November 1945-15 January 1946 C-46 Commando

World War II

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The 4th Combat Cargo Group was a World War II United States Army Air Forces combat organization that served in Tenth Air Force as part of the China Burma India Theater of World War II.

United States Army Air Forces

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The 4th Combat Cargo Group was a World War II United States Army Air Forces combat organization that served in Tenth Air Force as part of the China Burma India Theater of World War II.

Tenth Air Force

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The 4th Combat Cargo Group was a World War II United States Army Air Forces combat organization that served in Tenth Air Force as part of the China Burma India Theater of World War II.

Douglas C-47 Skytrain

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Douglas C-47 Skytrain, 1944

Kentucky

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Bowman Field, Kentucky, 17 August-6 November 1944

Panagarh Airport

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Panagarh Airfield, India, 15 January-9 February 1946.

Chittagong

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American squadrons included the 80th Fighter Group, which flew P-38 Lightning fighters over Burma; the 8th Reconnaissance Group; and the 4th Combat Cargo Group.

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Known American units assigned to Chittagong were: 80th Fighter Group, flew P-38 Lightning fighters over Burma between March 1944 and February 1945; 8th Reconnaissance Group, between October and December 1944 (various detachments); and 4th Combat Cargo Group, flew C-46 Commando transports between January and June 1945.

Myitkyina Airport

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The 1st Combat Cargo Group then moved in with C-47s and remained until August when elements of the 4th Combat Cargo Group replaced them.