Squadron

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squadron moved   (戦隊が移動した)

On 15 March 1918, the squadron moved to support "2 Armee".

During February 1941 the squadron moved to RAF Biggin Hill.

The squadron moved again on 14 January 1944 to RAF Leuchars.

fighter squadron   (戦闘艦隊)

The fighter squadron drew first blood on 3 April 1918.

On 12 August 1918, the fighter squadron was posted to "6 Armee".

303 Squadron RAF, the first operational Polish fighter squadron.

squadron leader   (戦隊長)

His father was a squadron leader pilot in the Royal Air Force.

On 5 March 1946, he was made a war substantive squadron leader.

Air Marshal Azim Daudpota was his squadron leader at that time.

squadron flew   (飛行中隊)

On some days the squadron flew up to 150 sorties.

The squadron flew the British Boston III light bomber.

A week later, the squadron flew its first combat missions.

squadron commander   (戦隊司令官)

He was a squadron commander and a subchaser.

La Jaille was promoted to squadron commander on 1 August 1860.

He served as a deputy squadron commander, later promoted to commander.

squadron returned

The squadron returned on 28 May.

The squadron returned on 25 September 1943 and stayed until 21 October 1943 .

After combat ended, the squadron returned home to Tonopah in early April 1991.

squadron deployed   (戦隊配備)

The squadron deployed aboard in July 2013 following a year-long work-up cycle.

The squadron deployed 20 members of the Plant Troop (under Captain Nigel Catchlove) to Opuwo.

In 1943, the squadron deployed to the Central Pacific Area, engaging in combat from Makin Island in December 1943.

squadron was assigned

The squadron was assigned to these home ports:

In mid-1944 the squadron was assigned to conduct bomber escort missions.

On 2 December 1917, the new squadron was assigned to "Armee-Abteilung B".

squadron began

The new squadron began operations on 20 January 1918.

The squadron began to redeploy to the US in June 1945.

The new squadron began service with "5 Armee".

squadron was inactivated

The squadron was inactivated on 30 September 1979.

The squadron was inactivated on 8 February 1957.

The squadron was inactivated on 7 December 1989.

squadron was first

The new squadron was first assigned to "3 Armee".

The squadron was first activated in 1943.

The squadron was first activated as the 317th Fighter Squadron.

squadron received

The squadron received its first two aircraft on December 12, 2016.

The squadron received its first MH-53 Sea Dragon E-model helicopter on 9 April 1989.

In addition, the squadron received the two-seat, dual-control combat trainer F-104B.

training squadron

The squadron served as the ADC combat crew training squadron for the F-104.

Reactivated in 1972 as an Air Training Command navigator training squadron.

naval squadron

Captain Francis William Fane of the "Cambrian" commanded the Allied naval squadron.

General Bolivar appointed Wright to the newly fledged united pacific naval squadron.

A French naval squadron captured her off Sierra Leone on her sixth voyage, before she had embarked any slaves.

squadron was redesignated

The squadron was redesignated as a fighter unit in May 1942.

In August 1949, the squadron was redesignated the 363d Reconnaissance Technical Squadron.

squadron became

The new squadron became operational on 5 February.

The new squadron became operational on 25 February.

The new squadron became operational on 18 February.

bomber squadron

In November 1943 a further bomber squadron, No.

When they reach England, the convicts join the Free French bomber squadron.

158 Squadron was a heavy bomber squadron equipped with the four-engined Handley Page Halifax.

squadron arrived

D'Estrées' squadron arrived at Algiers on 26 June.

On 1 July, 310 squadron arrived.

In April a strong French squadron arrived at the Îles des Saintes, south of Guadeloupe.

squadron participated

Late in April the squadron participated in a practice mission to Turner Air Force Base.

The squadron participated in the Falklands War, later responsible for trials of the Sea King helicopter.

In the summer of 1956, the squadron participated in Operation Sixteen Ton during its two weeks of active duty training.

squadron was disbanded

The squadron was disbanded on 10 September 1919.

The squadron was disbanded on 17 January 1919.

The squadron was disbanded in 1918.

first squadron

It was the first squadron to be equipped with the new bomber.

It was the first squadron to operate the Sukhoi Su-7 aircraft.

The first squadron (No.

squadron was activated

The squadron was activated in the reserve in 1948.

The squadron was activated in the reserves in 1949.

In 1950, the squadron was activated in the reserves.

squadron operated

The squadron operated a variety of different aircraft and versions:

From September 1944 the squadron operated various different transport aircraft from Dorval:

The squadron operated Israel's first jet aircraft, the Gloster Meteor, flying the T7, F8 and FR9 variants.

squadron continued

The squadron continued to serve until the war's end.

The squadron continued to fight during filming in Britain, and several pilots were killed.

The squadron continued with operation until March 1945 and lost 109 aircraft on operations.

squadron remained

The squadron remained in Germany as part of the occupation forces.

The squadron remained at New Castle until it was inactivated in 1958.

Following the Second World War the squadron remained an active bomber unit.

squadron was reactivated

The squadron was reactivated in July 1947 as a very heavy unit at Andrews Field, Maryland.

squadron was formed

The squadron was formed in Texas in early 1918.

The squadron was formed as No.

The squadron was formed in May 1940 and was assigned to the Home Fleet.

flying squadron

It was inspired by the real life World War Two Russian female flying squadron.

By December 1971, the 416th was the only active flying squadron in the 4403d TFW.

The squadron is no longer a flying squadron, but instead has the role of Force Protection.

small squadron

At around 1:00 am, Spanish gunfire swept the small squadron.

The U.S. Navy keeps a small squadron of its ships at the harbor of Praia da Vitória, southeast of Lajes Field.

In 1825 was the lead vessel of a small squadron in anti-piracy operations in the Archipelago, at Alexandria, and around the coasts of Syria.

reconnaissance squadron

Stryker BCTs include a Stryker-vehicle-based reconnaissance squadron.

He was deployed in a reconnaissance squadron and later as a fighter pilot in northern France.

Reorganized in 1923 as a reconnaissance squadron, assigned to 5th Composite Group in Hawaii as part of the islands air defense organization.

squadron was equipped

The squadron was equipped with Hawker Harts.

Back at Bergstrom the squadron was equipped with new F-84s.

squadron provided

The squadron provided advanced training to F-117A instructor pilots.

From 22 January to 5 June 1944 the squadron provided support during the Battle of Anzio.

His squadron provided air support during the evacuation of the British Expeditionary Force from Dunkirk, between 27 May and 4 June 1940.

new squadron

The new squadron became operational on 5 February.

The new squadron went operational on 17 February.

The new squadron was first assigned to "3 Armee".

helicopter squadron

In 2014 HS-11 became the first active duty fleet helicopter squadron to deploy with the GAU-17/A 7.62mm mini-gun system.

It was previously an MD 500 Defender and then an AH-1E/F Cobra helicopter squadron under the name Southern Cobra Squadron.

It gained a helicopter squadron in July 1976 and added rescue and medical evacuation (in the Washington, D.C. area) to its mission.

squadron based

The squadron based at Sde Dov Airport.

In 1956, the force was organised into four rifle squadrons, including one squadron based at Buraimi.

She was active during the Sino-French War of 1884–1885, first as part of a defensive squadron based at Nanking (now Nanjing).