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225th Combat Communications Squadron

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

225th Combat Communications Squadron
Active 1954–2008
Country United States
Branch United States Air Force
Part of AFSPC / ANG
Garrison/HQ Martin Air National Guard Station, Gadsden, Alabama
Insignia
225th Combat Communications Squadron emblem [1]
225 Combat Communications Sq emblem.png

The United States Air Force's 225th Combat Communications Squadron was an Air National Guard combat communications unit located at Martin Air National Guard Station, Gadsden, Alabama.

History

The 225 CBCS was initially organized in March 1953 as the 225th Radio Relay Squadron, in Greenville, Mississippi, Mississippi, as part of the Mississippi Air National Guard. The unit was formally organized on 18 June 1954, and was eventually transferred to the Alabama Air National Guard and relocated to Gadsden. On 22 February 1971, an element of the 225th was divested and reorganized as the Headquarters, 226th Mobile Communications Group. (The 226th eventually became the 226th Combat Communications Group.) The new Group was co-located on Martin Air National Guard Station with the 225th. On 1 October 1960, the 225 RRS was realigned under the Military Air Transport Service. The 226 CCG headquarters relocated to Abston Air National Guard Station in February 1996. The 225 CBCS was inactivated in April 2008.

AF Component/State Command/Gaining Major Command

Previous designations

  • 225th Radio Relay Squadron (June 1954-February 1971)
  • 225th Mobile Communications Squadron (February 1971–March 1976)
  • 225th Combat Communications Squadron (March 1976-August 1984)
  • 225th Combat Information Systems Squadron (August 1984-October 1986)
  • 225th Combat Communications Squadron (October 1986-April 2008)

Bases stationed

  •  ??, Greenville, Mississippi, (1953-?)
  • Martin Air National Guard Station, Gadsden, Alabama (1957–2008)

Decorations

Equipment Operated

  • (???-Present)

References

  1. ^ "Approved insignia for: 225th Combat Communications Squadron". National Archives Catalog. April 1, 1988. Retrieved January 31, 2018.


This page was last edited on 2 February 2018, at 05:07
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