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354th Fighter Squadron Bulldogs A-10 Model

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354th Fighter Squadron Bulldogs A-10 Model

Fly with the Bulldogs of the 354th FS in the Davis-Monthan Air Force Base. Each model is carved from wood and hand painted to provide a piece you’ll love. 18 inches

Constituted as the 354th Fighter Squadron and activated, on 12 November 1942
Redesignated 354th Fighter Squadron, Single Engine on 21 August 1944
Inactivated on 20 November 1946
Redesignated 354th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron on 11 September 1952
Activated on 1 November 1952
Inactivated on 8 January 1958
Redesignated 354th Tactical Fighter Squadron and activated on 13 April 1962 (not organized)
Organized on 25 April 1962
Redesignated 354th Tactical Fighter Training Squadron on 1 April 1979
Inactivated on 30 April 1982
Redesignated 354th Fighter Squadron and activated on 1 November 1991.[2] Assignments
355th Fighter Group; 12 November 1942 – 20 November 1946
27th Air Division: 1 November 1952
533d Air Defense Group: 16 February 1953
355th Fighter Group: 18 August 1955 – 8 January 1958
Tactical Air Command: 13 April 1962 (not organized)
831st Air Division: 25 April 1962
355th Tactical Fighter Wing; 8 July 1962
Thirteenth Air Force: 10 December 1970
4453d Combat Crew Training Wing: 1 April 1971
355th Tactical Fighter Wing (later 355th Tactical Training Wing): 1 July 1971 – 30 April 1982
602d Air Control Wing: 1 November 1991
355th Operations Group 1 May 1992 – 31 Dec 2018
355th Fighter Group 1 Jan 2019 – Present[2] Stations
Orlando Army Air Base, Florida, 12 November 1942
Zephyr Hills Army Air Field, Florida< 30 January 1943 Norfolk Municipal Airport, Virginia, 18 February 1943 Philadelphia Municipal Airport, Pennsylvania, 4 March 1943 Millville Army Air Field, New Jersey, 5 May - 16 June 1943 RAF Steeple Morden, England, 6 July 1943 Gablingen, Germany, 17 July 1945 Schweinfurt, Germany, 15 April 1946 Mitchel Field, New York, 1 August - 20 November 1946 Long Beach Municipal Airport, California, 1 November 1952 Oxnard Air Force Base, California, 16 December 1952 (operated From: Moody Air Force Base, Georgia, 8 May – 10 June 1955 McGhee Tyson Airport, Tennessee, 18 August 1955 - 8 January 1958 George Air Force Base, California, 25 April 1962 (operated from Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska 24 January – 14 February 1964, Incirlik Air Base, Turkey 5 May – 18 September 1964) McConnell Air Force Base, Kansas, 15 October 1964 – 27 November 1965 (deployed to Kadena Air Base, Okinawa, then Korat Royal Thai Air Force Base, Thailand (6 March – 18 June 1965) Takhli Royal Thai Air Force Base, Thailand, 28 November 1965 Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona, 15 April 1970 - 30 April 1982 (deployed to Korat Royal Thai Air Force Base, Thailand 14 January – 4 July 1973) Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona, 1 November 1991 McChord Air Force Base, Washington, 5 January 1993 Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona, 1 October 1994 – Present[2]