The 153rd Airlift Wing (AW) of the Wyoming Air National Guard occupies approximately 77 acres of leased land on the City of Cheyenne Municipal Airport (MAP), located two miles north of downtown Cheyenne, Wyoming. The mission of the 153rd AW is to deliver troops and cargo, provide aeromedical evacuation, and to airlift passengers and cargo when required. The unit currently flies the C-130H3 Lock...
You can see C-5 Galaxy, KC-10 Extender, C-17 Globemaster III all over the airbase.
The 349th trained at various bases for troop carrier operations, participating in maneuvers and practicing paratroop drops, glider towing, and flying training, until moving to Europe in March 1945. In western Europe the group transported vehicles, gasoline, and supplies. At the end of the war the ...
Hoover Field was the first airport for Washington, D.C. which opened in 1926. It was located in Arlington, Virginia, near the intersection of the 14th Street Bridge and the George Washington Parkway where the Pentagon now stands. In 1930 Hoover Field was sold and then merged with the nearby Washington Airport to form Washington-Hoover Airport. Washington Hoover Airport closed in 1941 when Washi...
This is one of two corresponding pieces that constitute the Berlin Airlift Memorial. One is located in Frankfurt am Main (also available in this database), the other was erected in Berlin (Tempelhof Airport).
This is one of two corresponding pieces that constitute the Berlin Airlift Memorial. One is located in Frankfurt am Main, the other (also available in this database) was erected in Berlin (Tempelhof Airport).
The Alaska Air National Guard is the only Arctic region refueling unit for all of PACAF, and maintains a substantial number of personnel on active duty and civilian technician status in order to meet its daily operational requirements. The Wingís Primary Assigned Aircraft are eight KC-135 R-models assigned to the 168th Air Refueling Squadron.
On March 22, (2011) US carrier George Washington has left the naval facility at Yokosuka in south of Tokyo, where it was undergoing repairs, amid concerns over radiation from the damaged nuclear power plant. USS George Washington will remain in the local waters of Japan as part of US's comprehensive support and commitment to Japan.
USS George Washington (CVN-73) is an American nuclear-powered supercarrier, the sixth ship in the Nimitz class and the fourth United States Navy ship to be named after George Washington, the first President of the United States. It was built by Newport News Shipbuilding and was commissioned 4 July 1992.
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