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239th Combat Communications Squadron

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239th Combat Communications Squadron
239th Combat Comm takes Whiteman by storm 140617-Z-WB313-051.jpg
239th Combat Communications Squadron deployed for an exercise
Activec. 1954-present
Country United States
Branch
US-AirNationalGuard-2007Emblem.svg
  Air National Guard
RoleDeployable Communications Support
Part ofMissouri Air National Guard
Insignia
239th Combat Communications Squadron emblem
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Older 239th Combat Communications Squadron emblem
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The United States Air Force's 239th Combat Communications Squadron is an Air National Guard combat communications unit located at Jefferson Barracks, Missouri. The unit has approximately 120 personnel.[1]

Lineage

  • Constituted as the 239th Airways and Air Communications Service Flight
Activated by February 1954
Redesignated 239th Mobile Communications Flight (Light) on 1 June 1961
Redesignated 239th Mobile Communications Flight
Redesignated 239th Combat Communications Flight on 1 April 1976
Redesignated 239th Combat Communications Squadron on 8 October 1982
Redesignated 239th Combat Information Systems Squadron on 1 July 1985
Redesignated 239th Combat Communications Squadron on 1 November 1986

Assignments

  • 242d Airways and Air Communications Service Squadron by February 1954
  • 251st Communications Group (later 251st Mobile Communications Group, 251st Combat Communications Group, 251st Combat Information Systems Group, 251st Combat Communications Group
  • 131st Bomb Wing

Stations

  • Lambert Field (later Robertson Air National Guard Base), Missouri, by February 1954
  • Jefferson Barracks, Missouri

Major Command/Gaining Command

See also

References

External links


This page was last edited on 28 February 2018, at 20:51
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