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List of United States Air Force air support operations squadrons

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List of United States Air Force air support operations squadrons identifies all air support operations squadrons in the United States Air Force. ASOS squadrons are made up of Tactical Air Control Party airmen, Air Liaison Officers and other support airmen.

Air Support Operations Squadrons
Squadron Shield Location Supported Unit
1st Air Support Operations Squadron Wiesbaden, Germany 1st Armored Division
2d Air Support Operations Squadron Vilseck, Germany 2d Cavalry Regiment & 173d Airborne Brigade Combat Team
3d Air Support Operations Squadron Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson and Fort Wainwright, Alaska 25th Infantry Division[1]
4th Air Support Operations Squadron inactivated| Mannheim, Germany 1st Armored Division
5th Air Support Operations Squadron Fort Lewis, Washington 2d Infantry Division
7th Air Support Operations Squadron Fort Bliss, Texas 1st Armored Division
8th Air Support Operations Squadron Aviano AB, 173rd Airborne Brigade, Italy[2]
9th Air Support Operations Squadron Fort Hood, Texas 1st Cavalry Division
10th Air Support Operations Squadron Fort Riley, Kansas 1st Infantry Division
11th Air Support Operations Squadron (inactivated) Fort Hood, Texas 3d Armored Cavalry Regiment[3]
13th Air Support Operations Squadron Fort Carson, Colorado 4th Infantry Division
14th Air Support Operations Squadron Pope Field, North Carolina 82d Airborne Division
15th Air Support Operations Squadron Fort Stewart, Georgia 3rd Infantry Division
16th Air Support Operations Squadron (Inactivated) Fort Richardson, Alaska 25th Infantry Division
17th Special Tactics Squadron Fort Benning, Georgia
19th Air Support Operations Squadron Fort Campbell, Kentucky 101st Airborne Division
20th Air Support Operations Squadron Fort Drum, New York 10th Mountain Division
21st Air Support Operations Squadron Fort Polk, Louisiana (inactivated) now Det.1, 20th ASOS
24th Expeditionary Air Support Operations Squadron [4]
25th Air Support Operations Squadron Wheeler AAF, Hawaii 25th Infantry Division
72d Expeditionary Air Support Operations Squadron
75th Expeditionary Air Support Operations Squadron
82d Expeditionary Air Support Operations Squadron
84th Expeditionary Air Support Operations Squadron
85th Expeditionary Air Support Operations Squadron
111th Air Support Operations Squadron Camp Murray, Washington 81st Heavy Brigade Combat Team Washington State Army National Guard
113th Air Support Operations Squadron Terre Haute, Indiana 76th Infantry Brigade Combat Team Indiana Army National Guard
116th Air Support Operations Squadron Washington 81st Armored Brigade Combat Team Washington State Army National Guard
118th Air Support Operations Squadron Badin, North Carolina 30th Heavy Brigade Combat Team North Carolina Army National Guard[5]
122d Air Support Operations Squadron Pineville, Louisiana 256th Infantry Brigade Combat Team Louisiana Army National Guard
124th Air Support Operations Squadron Gowen Field, Idaho 116th Armored Cavalry Regiment Idaho Army National Guard
146th Air Support Operations Squadron Will Rogers ANGB, Oklahoma 45th Infantry Brigade Combat Team Oklahoma Army National Guard
147th Air Support Operations Squadron Houston, Texas 36th Infantry Division Texas Army National Guard
148th Air Support Operations Squadron Fort Indiantown Gap, Pennsylvania 56th Stryker Brigade, 55th Armor Brigade Pennsylvania Army National Guard
165th Air Support Operations Squadron Garden City, Georgia 48th Infantry Brigade Combat Team Georgia Army National Guard 53rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team Florida Army National Guard 29th Infantry Division
168th Air Support Operations Squadron Peoria, Illinois 33rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team Illinois Army National Guard
169th Air Support Operations Squadron Peoria, Illinois 34th Infantry Division | Iowa Army National Guard
227th Air Support Operations Squadron Atlantic City, New Jersey 28th Infantry Division Pennsylvania Army National Guard
238th Air Support Operations Squadron Key Field, Mississippi 155th Armored Brigade Combat Team Mississippi Army National Guard
274th Air Support Operations Squadron Hancock Field Air National Guard Base, Syracuse, New York 42nd Infantry Division, New York Army National Guard

27th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, New York Army National Guard

86th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, Vermont National Guard

284th Air Support Operations Squadron McConnell AFB, Kansas 35th Infantry Division Kansas Army National Guard
604th Air Support Operations Squadron Camp Red Cloud, South Korea 2d Infantry Division
682d Air Support Operations Squadron Pope AFB, North Carolina XVIII Corps
712th Air Support Operations Squadron Fort Hood, Texas III Corps (squadron inactivated and reflagged as the 803d Operational Support Squadron on September 26, 2018)[6]
717th Expeditionary Air Support Operations Squadron
730th Expeditionary Air Support Operations Squadron
807th Expeditionary Air Support Operations Squadron
817th Expeditionary Air Support Operations Squadron [7]

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  1. ^ "Fort Wainwright: 3d Air Support Operations Squadron". Archived from the original on 2010-02-28. Retrieved 2009-12-05.
  2. ^ Air Force Link: "Air Force officer, civilian receive role model awards at Women's History Month observance", 18 Mar 2010
  3. ^
  4. ^ Air Force Historical Research Agency: 24th Expeditionary Air Support Operations Squadron Archived 2011-09-25 at the Wayback Machine
  5. ^ "118th ASOS". Air National Guard. 2011. Archived from the original on 15 February 2011. Retrieved 1 January 2011.
  6. ^
  7. ^ Bagram Airfield: Air liaison officer takes command of new combat unit at Bagram
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