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7th Intelligence Squadron

7th Intelligence Squadron
7th Intelligence Squadron emblem
Active 2009-Present
Country United States
Branch United States Air Force
Part of AF ISR Agency/70th ISRW
Garrison/HQ Maryland
Decorations AFOUA

The Maryland.

Contents

  • Mission 1
  • History 2
  • Previous designations 3
  • Assignments 4
    • Major Command/Field Operating Agency 4.1
    • Assignments 4.2
  • Bases stationed 5
  • Decorations 6
  • References 7
  • External links 8

Mission

History

Previous designations[1]

  • 7 Intelligence Squadron (20 Mar 2009–present)
  • 7 Radio Squadron, Mobile (renamed on 2 Nov 1949, but not activated)
  • 302 Radio Squadron, Mobile (29 Mar 1948-22 Jun 1949) [allotted to the Organized Reserve]
  • 7 Radio Squadron, Mobile (14 Nov 1946-28 Mar 1948)
  • 7 Radio Squadron, Mobile (J)* (19 Feb 1944-25 Dec 1945)
  • 957 Signal Radio Intelligence Company, Aviation (23 Jul 1942-18 Feb 1944)

(J)* indicates Japanese Theater of Operations

Assignments

Major Command/Field Operating Agency

Assignments

  • 70th ISRW (15 Apr 2009–present)
  • Fourth Army (29 Mar 1948-22 Jun 1949)
  • Thirteenth Air Force (1 Dec 1944-25 Dec 1945)
  • Fourth Air Force (21 Jan 1943-30 Nov 1944)
  • Second Air Force (15 Oct 1942-20 Jan 1943)

Bases stationed

  • Maryland (15 Apr 2009–Present)
  • San Antonio, TX (29 Mar 1948-22 Jun 1949)
  • Camp Stoneman CA (22-25 Dec 1945)
  • Leyte (12 May 1945-4 Dec 1945)
  • Morotai, Luzon (16 Jan 1945-May 1945)
  • Hollandia, New Guinea (1 Dec 1944-Jan 1944)
  • Camp Stoneman, CA (5 Oct 1944-11 Nov 1944)
  • Camp Pinedale, CA (21 Jan 1943-4 Oct 1944)
  • Reno Army Air Base, NV (17 Nov 1942-20 Jan 1943)
  • Davis-Monthan Field, AZ (15 Oct 1942-16 Nov 1942)

Decorations

  • Service Streamers: None.
  • Campaign Streamers: World War II: Leyte; New Guinea; Southern Philippines.
  • Armed Forces Expeditionary Streamers: None.
  • Decorations: Philippine Presidential Unit Citation (WWII).

References

  1. ^ Rogers, B. (2006). United States Air Force Unit Designations Since 1978. ISBN 1-85780-197-0
  2. ^ Air Force Historical Research Agency Fact Sheet: Air Force Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Agency

External links

  • Air Force Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Agency


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