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  • 21st Airlift Squadron

    The 21st Airlift Squadron was activated at Archer Field, Brisbane, Australia, April 3, 1942, as the 21st Transportation Squadron. Throughout World War II the squadron remained in the New Guinea-Australia theatre airlifting various types of cargo. In July 1942, the unit was redesignated the 21st Troop Carrier Squadron and began flying the C-46
  • 22nd Airlift Squadron

    The 22nd Transport Squadron was originally activated in April 1942 at Essendon Airdrome near Melbourne, Australia. Redesignated the 22nd Troop Carrier Squadron in July 1942, the 22nd was a prime participant in the South Pacific, including the China-Burma-India (CBI) Theater, and earned two Distinguished Unit Citations and two Presidential Unit
  • 349th Air Mobility Wing

    The 349th Air Mobility Wing (Reserve), located at Travis Air Force Base, California, is the largest associate wing in the United States Air Force Reserve. 349th AMW personnel fly the C-5 Galaxy, C-17 Globemaster III and KC-10 Extender. The missions of the wing's aircrews include airlifting personnel and material worldwide as well as aerial
  • 60th Aerial Port Squadron

    On Nov. 7, 1944, the War Department officially designated Fairfield-Suisun Army Air Base (FF-SS AAB) as an aerial port of embarkation (APOE) for the Pacific theater. Prior to that time, planes stationed here (C-54s) launched out of FF-SS AAB empty and landed at Hamilton AB (just north of San Francisco) for reloading and refueling. With the
  • 60th Aerospace Medicine Squadron (60 AMDS)

      The 60th Aerospace Medicine Squadron at David Grant USAF Medical Center ensures expeditionary forces are medically ready and postured for worldwide operations. 60 AMDS optimizes human performance and health by providing the highest quality clinical care, performance enhancement, preventive health service, and occupational/environmental risk
  • 60th Air Mobility Wing

    The 60th Air Mobility Wing is the largest air mobility organization in terms of personnel in the Air Force with a versatile all-jet fleet of C-5M Super Galaxy and C-17 Globemaster III cargo aircraft and KC-10 Extender refueling aircraft. As the host unit of Travis Air Force Base, Calif., the wing controls more than $11 billion in total resources,
  • 60th Communications Squadron

    MISSION “Providing first class, reliable mission-essential C-4 services to Travis AFB in executing Rapid Global Mobility.HERALDRY Lineage: Constituted 60th Communications Squadron, Troop Carrier, Medium, activated on July 1, 1948. Re-designated 60th Communications Squadron, Troop Carrier, Heavy, Nov. 5, 1948; 60th Communications Squadron, Troop
  • 60th Dental Squadron (60 DS)

    The 60th Dental Squadron at David Grant USAF Medical Center provides high-quality, comprehensive dental services in order to ensure a fit and ready fighting force. It delivers a comprehensive, cost-effective, cutting-edge dental services to more than 7,800 active duty members with an authorized staff of 99 personnel, supporting a $310.5 million
  • 60th Diagnostics and Therapeutics Squadron (60 MDTS)

    60 MDTS maintains a constant expeditionary posture for global contingencies with 318 authorized personnel supporting a $310.5 million total annual medical expense. It provides flagship radiology, nutritional medicine, pharmacy, pathology, and laboratory services for more than 500,000 Department of Defense and Veterans Affairs eligible
  • 60th Inpatient Squadron (60 IPTS)

    Activated in 2007 as the "youngest" squadron within the 60th Medical Group, the 60th Inpatient Squadron is responsible for all inpatient care at DGMC.  A diverse medical service, the 60 IPTS provides primary and sub-specialty inpatient care for more than 500,000 Departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs eligible beneficiaries. This joint venture
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