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21st special operation squadronの例文

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  • There were 11 20th and 21st Special Operations Squadron, and the 40th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron.
  • It was redesignated as the "'21st Special Operations Squadron "'on 1 August 1968.
  • Because the yacht was out of range of British air and sea rescue vessels, the 21st Special Operations Squadron was called upon.
  • On 24 September 1971, 62 Commando Raiders from Military Region 2 ( MR 2 ) were picked up by two 21st Special Operations Squadron ( 21st SOS ) helicopters.
  • Dawn saw the arrival of the first GM 21 troops from Bouamlong via CH-53s of the 21st Special Operation Squadron; by afternoon, the entire regiment had been airlifted in.
  • In August 1969 the Pony Express CH-3E's were transferred to the 21st Special Operations Squadron at Nakhon Phanom Royal Thai Air Force Base and the Pony Express ceased to exist.
  • In September 1970, the 21st Special Operations Squadron flew eleven CH-3E helicopters and one new CH-53 helicopter, which arrived at Nakhon Phanom Royal Thai Air Force Base on 8 August.
  • In 1998, an Air Force MH-53 Pave Low from the 21st Special Operations Squadron, RAF Mildenhall, England, flew out of San Vito, Italy in support of the Bosnian peacekeeping mission.
  • The 21st Special Operations Squadron participated in a combat search and rescue mission for the pilot of a downed F-117A stealth fighter during the air campaign against Serbia and the forces of Yugoslavian president Slobodan Miloaevi.
  • The 21st Special Operations Squadron's mission consisted of day or night, all-weather, low-level penetration of denied territory to provide infiltration, exfiltration, resupply, or fire support for elite air, ground, and naval forces.
  • Nine HH-53 " Jolly Green " helicopters of the 40th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron and 10 CH-53 " Knives " of the 21st Special Operations Squadron were stationed at Nakhon Phanom in Thailand for the rescue operation.
  • On 1 June 1988 the unit was split into two units redesignated the "'67th Special Operations Squadron "'for the HC-130 aircraft and the "'21st Special Operations Squadron "'for the HH-53 rotary wing.
  • MH-53J Pave Low III crews from both the 21st Special Operations Squadron, RAF Mildenhall, UK, and the 20th SOS, Hurlburt Field, Florida, provided combat search and rescue capability for more than three years and continue flying missions supporting Operation Joint Endeavor.
  • The "'21st Special Operations Squadron "'is a unit within the 352d Special Operations Group ( 352 SOG ), United States Air Force, United States European Command, and was based at Royal Air Force base RAF Mildenhall in Suffolk, eastern England.
  • The 67th ARRS which flew both the HC-130 " Hercules " and HH-53 " Super Jolly Green Giant " was split into two units, becoming the 67th Special Operations Squadron for the 130 fixed-wing aircraft and the 21st Special Operations Squadron for the rotary wing.
  • *1975  Sikorsky CH-53C, 68-10933, c / n 65-231, Knife 13, of the 21st Special Operations Squadron, departs from Nakhon Phanom Royal Thai Air Force Base with a crew of five and 18 USAF Security Police onboard to assist in the recovery operation of the SS Mayaguez.
  • An MH-53J Pave Low helicopter from the 352d Special Operations Group's 21st Special Operations Squadron, landed aboard the operating in the Mediterranean Sea on 4 February 1999 . The helicopter, call sign SKAT 08, got an emergency call to evacuate a seaman with appendicitis for transport to the hospital in Lecce, Italy.