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19th Air Refueling Squadron

19th Air Refueling Squadron
19th Air Refueling Squadron Patch
Active 1942–1944
1956–1966
Country United States
Branch United States Air Force/Strategic Air Command
Type Aerial refueling
Garrison/HQ Otis Air Force Base
Motto Servire de Supernis
Service Over and Above
Engagements World War II
Commanders
Current
commander
James Brothers

The 19th Air Refueling Squadron (19 ARS) is an inactive unit of the United States Air Force. At the time of its inactivation, it was based at Otis Air Force Base.

On 19 Sep 1985 the 19th Air Refueling Squadron,(Medium), was consolidated with the 19th Ferrying Squadron, a unit that was last active 31 Mar 1944. This action was directed by Department of the Air Force Letter DAF/MPM 662q Attachment 2 (Inactive Units), 19 Sep 1985. The Consolidated Unit will retain the Designation of 19th Air Refueling Squadron, Heavy".


History

Operations

Lineage

  • 19th Air Refueling Squadron. Medium (1956–1966)
  • 19th Ferrying Squadron (1943–1944)
  • 19th Air Corps Ferrying Squadron (1942–1943)

Assignments

Stations

Aircraft operated


References

 This article incorporates public domain material from websites or documents of the Air Force Historical Research Agency.

External links

  • 19th Air Refueling Squadron (Archived 2009-10-22)
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