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206th Combat Communications Squadron

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206th Combat Communications Squadron
Active1992-2008
CountryUnited States
BranchUnited States Air Force
TypeCombat Communications
RoleCombat Support
Part ofAir National Guard/201st Combat Communications Group
Garrison/HQElmendorf AFB, Alaska

The United States Air Force's 206th Combat Communications Squadron (206 CBCS) was an Air National Guard combat communications unit located at Elmendorf AFB, Alaska.

Mission

The 206th Combat Communications Squadron’s mission was to provide crucial information technology services worldwide.

History

The 206th Combat Communications Squadron (206 CBCS) can trace its distinguished history back to 1987 as the 176th Combat Communications Flight located on Kulis Air National Guard Base. Under this designation, the unit was charged with the support of a Collocated Operating Base (COB) within the NATO theater. During this period, the unit participated in various CONUS-based exercises in preparation for execution of the European mission.

In 1992, the military went through restructuring and due to the changing world situation the 206th Combat Communications Flight was formed to support the 11th Air Force during deployed wartime missions. The unit became a PACAF-gained combat communications unit effective 1 April 1993 and was relocated to Elmendorf Air Force Base.

On 1 July 1996, the unit was re-designated as the 206th Combat Communications Squadron. Over time, the unit’s primary mission evolved to support Pacific theater communications requirements. The principal means of this support was through the employment of two satellite communications.

In December 2001, shortly after the 9/11 tragedy, unit members volunteered to deploy to Southwest Asia to such places as Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates to participate in Operation ENDURING FREEDOM / SOUTHERN WATCH. While there, they endured many tense moments and austere conditions while providing excellent communications support to combat actions.

Assignments

Major Command/Gaining Command

Wing/Group

Previous designations

  • 206th Combat Communications Squadron (1 Jul 1996-31 Mar 2008)
  • 206th Combat Communications Flight (1992–1996)
  • 176th Combat Communications Flight (1987–1992)

Commanders

  • LtCol Jeffrey S. Campbell 11 Mar 2004 - 31 Mar 2008
  • Maj Renee S. Blake 20 Oct 2000 - 11 Mar 2004
  • LtCol Richard S. Johnson 1 Jul 1996 - 20 Oct 2000

Decorations

  • Air Force Outstanding Unit Award
    Outstanding Unit ribbon.svg
    • Order GA-6 1994 – Effective dates – 1 Jan 1993 – 31 Jul 1994
    • Order GA-32 1999 – Effective dates 1 Jan 1998 – 31 Aug 1999
    • Order GA-32 2002 – Effective dates 1 Sep 1999 – 30 Jul 2001
    • Order G-43 2006 – Effective dates 1 Jul 2003 – 30 Jun 2005
    • Order G-?? 2007 – Effective dates 31 Aug 2005 – 1 Sep 2007

See also

References

This page was last edited on 3 February 2015, at 22:35
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