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438th Air Expeditionary Advisory Group

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438th Air Expeditionary Advisory Group
U.S. Air Force Col. David Tabor, left, the commander of the 438th Air Expeditionary Advisory Group, gives a certificate to an Afghan National Army Air Force airman during a graduation ceremony 111013-F-RW714-065.jpg
The commander of the 438th Air Expeditionary Advisory Group, gives a certificate to an Afghan National Army Air Force airman during a graduation ceremony
Active2008-present
Country United States
Branch United States Air Force
RoleTraining
Garrison/HQKabul Airport, Afghanistan
Insignia
438th Air Expeditionary Advisory Group emblem
438th Air Expeditionary Advisory Group.png

The United States Air Force's 438th Air Expeditionary Advisory Group (438 AEAG) is assigned to the 438th Air Expeditionary Wing of USAFCENT and is stationed at Kabul Airport, Afghanistan.

The 438th Air Expeditionary Group stood up on in November 2008 at Kabul Airport, Afghanistan to train fixed and rotary wing aircrew and maintenance me.

History

Global War On Terrorism

The 438th Air Expeditionary Group was activated as part of the Global War On Terror in 2008.

Lineage

  • Constituted as the 438th Air Expeditionary Advisory Group on 23 October 2008
Activated on 1 November 2008

Assignments

Components

Stations

Kabul Airport, Afghanistan, 1 November 2008 - present

Aircraft

  • Mil Mi-17 Hip, Present
  • Mil Mi-35 Hind, Present
  • C-27A, Present

References

 This article incorporates public domain material from the Air Force Historical Research Agency website http://www.afhra.af.mil/.

This page was last edited on 25 February 2019, at 21:06
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