I Troop Carrier Command

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The I Troop Carrier Command is an inactive United States Army Air Forces unit.wikipedia
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Operational - Replacement Training Units

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The Operational - Replacement Training Units (OTU-RTU) system of operational training, which was used in the fighter and bombardment training programs, was also adopted for troop carrier instruction.
Unlike the schools of the Army Air Forces Training Command (AAFTC), OTU-RTU units were operational units of the four domestic numbered air forces along with I Troop Carrier Command and Air Transport Command, with the mission of final phase training new pilots or crews.

Laurinburg–Maxton Army Air Base

Grenada Field, Mississippi was located near Camp Claiborne, Louisiana, home of the 101st Airborne Division; Laurinburg-Maxton Army Air Base, North Carolina, was frequently the location of joint exercises between troop carrier units and Army airborne units.
It was active during World War II as a I Troop Carrier Command training airfield.

Army Air Forces Training Command

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I TCC coordinated its activity with the Army Air Forces Training Command, from which it drew its crews, with the four continental air forces which carried the main responsibility for operational and replacement (OTU/RTU) training, and with Army Ground Forces agencies for which its training was conducted.
I Troop Carrier Command performed the special task of training transport units and replacement pilots for air movement of troops and equipment.

United States Army Air Forces

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The I Troop Carrier Command is an inactive United States Army Air Forces unit.
I Troop Carrier Command

4th Combat Cargo Group

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).
I Troop Carrier Command, 13 June-6 November 1944

512th Operations Group

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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).
I Troop Carrier Command, 15 April 1944

Donaldson Air Force Base

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Third Air Force was assigned to TAC to control the troop carrier units formerly part of TCC, and established its headquarters at Donaldson Field, South Carolina.
The USAAF Troop Carrier Command (TCC) was inactivated as part of this reorganization and the Third Air Force was reassigned from the disbanding Continental Air Forces.

2d Combat Cargo Group

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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).
I Troop Carrier Command, 1 May 1944

52d Troop Carrier Wing

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52d Troop Carrier Wing: 5 June 1942 – 8 May 1943, July 1945-27 August 1946
It was a major training organization for I Troop Carrier Command, from 1942 to 1943, training subordinate units in the United States prior to overseas deployment.

50th Troop Carrier Wing

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I Troop Carrier Command was formed on 30 April 1942 when the Air Service Command 50th Transport Wing was transferred into a new unit named the Air Transport Command.
Recognizing this mission change, in July 1942 the wing became the 50th Troop Carrier Wing and formed the core for I Troop Carrier Command, acting as a major training organization until 1943, training subordinate units in the United States prior to overseas deployment.

51st Troop Carrier Wing

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51st Troop Carrier Wing: 1 June-19 July 1942
I Troop Carrier Command, 1 June 1942

370th Air Expeditionary Wing

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10th Troop Carrier Group, 13 February 1943 – 14 April 1944
On April 30, 1942, the group transferred to the Air Transport Command (later I Troop Carrier Command) (I TCC) and was redesignated as the 10th Troop Carrier Group two months later.

Pope Field

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Pope Field was on Fort Bragg, home of the 82nd Airborne Division and later 11th Airborne Division.
I Troop Carrier Command

61st Air Base Group

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61st Troop Carrier Group
Established in 1941 as a C-47 Skytrain transport squadron, trained under I Troop Carrier Command in the southeast United States Trained in paratroop missions and glider towing.

315th Operations Group

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315th Troop Carrier Group
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.

313th Expeditionary Operations Group

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313th Troop Carrier Group
In July, the Army Air Forces gave the "transport" designation to its strategic airlift units, and the group became the 313th Troop Carrier Group under I Troop Carrier Command.

53d Fighter Wing

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53d Troop Carrier Wing: 1 August 1942 – 11 March 1944
I Troop Carrier Command, 1 August 1942

316th Operations Group

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316th Troop Carrier Group
Trained with I Troop Carrier Command with C-47 and C-53 aircraft.

89th Operations Group

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89th Troop Carrier Group, 30 April 1942 – 14 April 1944
I Troop Carrier Command, 24 December 1942

62d Operations Group

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62d Troop Carrier Group
Air Transport Command, 11 December 1940

403d Operations Group

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403d Troop Carrier Group
I Troop Carrier Command, 12 December 1942

60th Fighter Wing

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60th Troop Carrier Wing: 12 June 1943 – 8 October 1945
I Troop Carrier Command, 12 June 1943 – 8 October 1945

349th Operations Group

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349th Troop Carrier Group
I Troop Carrier Command, November 1944

61st Fighter Wing

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61st Troop Carrier Wing: 13 June 1943 – 4 October 1945
I Troop Carrier Command, 13 June 1943 – 4 October 1945

375th Operations Group

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375th Troop Carrier Group
I Troop Carrier Command, 18 November 1942