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  • 18th Air Force Fact Sheet

    EIGHTEENTH AIR FORCEThe Eighteenth Air Force (18 AF), headquartered at Scott Air Force Base, Ill., was first activated on March 28, 1951 to execute Tactical Air Command's troop carrier responsibilities and became operational as the 18th Air Force on June 26, 1951. Based on budgetary limitations, it was formally inactivated on Jan. 1, 1958 and its
  • 18th Air Force

    The 18th Air Force, headquartered at Scott Air Force Base, Ill., was reactivated Oct. 1, 2003, as the operational component of Air Mobility Command. It is AMC's only Numbered Air Force and the Air Force's largest NAF. Mission 18th Air Force's mission is to present air mobility forces to combatant commanders and it is charged with carrying out AMC's
  • History of the 18th Air Force

    Organized on March 28, 1951, at Donaldson AFB, S.C., and assigned to Tactical Air Command, the primary mission of the 18th Air Force (Troop Carrier), was the training of troop carrier crews. Immediately after activation, it began to provide trained troop carrier crews and other personnel for the Korean War. Redesignated as 18th Air Force on June
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