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List of United States Air Force helicopter squadrons

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List of United States Air Force helicopter squadrons

Squadron Insignia Location Nickname Note
1st Helicopter Squadron Andrews AFB "First Heli"
8th Helicopter Squadron Langley AFB Inactivated 1971
20th Helicopter Squadron several to Special Operations Squadron
21st Helicopter Squadron several to Special Operations Squadron
22d Helicopter Squadron Goose AB to 22d Helicopter Flight
23d Helicopter Squadron Goose AB consolidated with 23d Tactical Air Support Squadron
24th Helicopter Squadron several to 24th Tactical Air Support Flight
37th Helicopter Squadron F.E. Warren AFB
40th Helicopter Squadron Malmstrom AFB
54th Helicopter Squadron Minot AFB "Nomads of the North"
72d Helicopter Squadron Langley AFB "Eager Beavers" / "Eight Balls"
76th Helicopter Squadron Vandenberg AFB Inactivated
1001st Helicopter Squadron several History bestowed on 1st Helicopter Squadron
4401st Helicopter Squadron Langley AFB
4460th Helicopter Squadron Indian Springs AFS
5040th Helicopter Squadron Eielson AFB CH/SH/HH-21

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