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1804th Airways and Air Communications Service Squadron
United States Air Force
Strength
Air Squadron
Type
Air Communications
Years
1948 - 1965

Reporting Units

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Members Who Served in This Unit

French, Harry Albright, Brig Gen
Status
USAF Retired
Service Years
1940 - 1968
MOS
0036-Director of Operations
Primary Unit
United States Pacific Command (USPACOM)
Home State
Arkansas
Home Town
Harrisburg, AR
Grose, Tony, A1C
Status
USAF Veteran
Service Years
1965 - 1968
MOS
36150-Outside Wire and Antenna Systems Installation and Maintenance Specialist
Primary Unit
1804th Airways and Air Communications Service Squadron
Home State
Louisiana
Home Town
Not Specified
Werbeck, Donald L., Maj Gen
Status
Not Specified
Service Years
1942 - 1975
MOS
2-General Officer
Primary Unit
Air Force Communications Service (AFCS)
Home State
New York
Home Town
Queens, N.Y.
Wood, Charles, MSgt
Status
USAF Veteran
Service Years
1949 - 1975
MOS
68790-Data Systems Superintendent
Primary Unit
Air Force Data Systems Design Center, Headquarters Command (HQ USAF)
Home State
Mississippi
Home Town
Not Specified

Unit Description

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Member Photos For This Unit

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Unit Patches

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Unit Citations

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Unit History

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Operations History

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Reunion information

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