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19th Airlift Squadron
19th Airlift Squadron Emblem.png
Active 1 January 1941 - 26 August 1948
10 June 1952 - 18 January 1955
1 August 1984 -
Country United States
Branch United States Air Force
Type Airlift
Decorations Outstanding Unit ribbon.svg AFOUA
Presidential Unit Citation (South Korea).svg ROK PUC

The 19th Airlift Squadron (19 AS) was most recently part of the 60th Air Mobility Wing at Travis Air Force Base, California. It operated C-12 Huron and C-21 aircraft providing executive airlift.

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The 19th conducted aerial transportation in the Hawaiian Islands and to forward bases in the Pacific during World War II, during the Berlin Airlift from, July–August 1948, and between Japan and Korea from, 10 June 1952 – 27 July 1953. It provided intratheater airlift for high-ranking Pacific Air Forces and civilian officials and small mission-essential equipment from, 1984-1993.[1]

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Previous designations[1][edit | edit source]

  • 19th Transport Squadron (1940–1942)
  • 19th Troop Carrier Squadron (1942–1952)
  • 19th Troop Carrier Squadron, Medium (1952–1984)
  • 1403d Military Airlift Squadron (1984–1992)
  • 19th Airlift Squadron (1992 – Present)

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