In February 1996 developed Taegu Air Base in South Korea as a special operations training base. At Okinawa’s Kadena Air Base, the air commandos of the 353rd Special Operations Group fly the MC-130 all over the region. Airmen assigned to the 353rd Special Operations Group Detachment 1, perform maintenance on a CV-22 Osprey, January 15, 2019, at Yokota Air Base, Japan. The group set up air-ground support stations that directed aircraft to targets and tactical radio ground stations situated with U.S. and guerrilla ground forces. 320th Special Tactics Squadron 4. The 353 SOG is the United States Air Force special forces contribution to the U.S. Special Operations Command, Pacific (SOCPAC), a subcommand of the United States Pacific Command.. The 353rd Special Operations Group is the focal point for all U.S. Air Force special operations activities throughout the U.S. Pacific Command theater. Throughout its history, the unit has been extremely active in humanitarian assistance and disaster relief. Also maintained helicopter air refueling operations and Group training exercises between the flying, maintenance , and support units of the 353rd Special Operations Group ensure the multifunctional abilities of Pacific Air Commandos. Yellow refers to the sun and the excellence required of Air Force personnel. 31st Special Operations Squadron: 6 April 1989 – 31 August 2001. At Okinawa’s Kadena Air Base, the air commandos of the 353rd Special Operations Group fly the MC-130 all over the region. From July to early September 1970 the wing provided combat evaluation of the QU-22B aircraft and on 1 October 1970 the QU-22Bs were placed in full operation, reducing the need for EC-121s. Aircrews are specially trained in night, low-level flying using night vision goggles. The 353rd Special Operations Wing activated in Apr 1989 in the Philippines to train for unconventional warfare and special operations activities in the Pacific area of operations. Following the destruction of Clark Air Base during the volcanic eruptions of Mount Pinatubo in June 1991, the group temporarily operated from bases on Okinawa, then officially relocated there in February 1992, with one squadron moving forward to South Korea. In addition, the group transported personnel, dropped supplies to ground troops and guerrilla forces, evacuated casualties from front-line strips, adjusted artillery fire, and flew courier and mail routes. This article incorporates public domain material from the Air Force Historical Research Agency website http://www.afhra.af.mil/. Under the operational control of the Commander, Special Operations Command Pacific, the 353rd SOG plans and executes general war and contingency operations (U.S. Air Force photo by 1st Lt. Joshua Thompson) PHOTO DETAILS / DOWNLOAD HI-RES 4 of 10. It attacked Japanese airfields and installations in the Philippines, supported ground forces on Luzon, and provided escort for missions to Formosa and the China coast. 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The 353d Special Operations Group consists of the following squadrons: 1. Aircraft is Lockheed MC-130H Combat Talon II, serial 88-195 from the 1st Special Operations Squadron during an exercise in Bangladesh on 9 June 2006. 3d Fighter Squadron (Commando): 1 May 1944 – 25 March 1946 (air echelon detached 7 November 1944 – 7 January 1945). Also maintained helicopter air refueling operations and supported humanitarian and disaster relief operations, as well as performed some search and rescue and aeromedical evacuation missions. Get a rare look at the group's aircraft and operations. While on Luzon, this squadron also para-dropped supplies to ground forces. Beginning in February 1967, the 553d Reconnaissance Wing trained to support a special electronic reconnaissance program utilizing 30 Lockheed EC-121R Batcat aircraft, with a C-121G used for pilot and flight engineer training. The 353rd Special Operations Group is the focal point for special operations aviation activities throughout the Pacific. The 353rd Special Operations Group is the focal point for all air special operations activities throughout the Pacific. The 353rd Special.jpg 2,100 × 1,397; 1.28 MB The 353d Special Operations Group is an integral part of the Air Force Special Operations Command and is home-based at Kadena Air Base, Japan. The jagged lines of the lightning bolts as a star fix signify the electronic means used in shooting the stars in present day warfare. Redesignated as the 353rd Special Operations Group on 1 December 1992,[10] but continued operations as before. The 353rd Special Operations Group is an operational unit of the United States Air Force Special Operations Command, stationed at Kadena Air Base, Japan.[5]. The 353d Special Operations Group (353 SOG) is an operational unit of the United States Air Force Special Operations Command.It is stationed at Kadena Air Base, Japan.. 353d Maintenance Squadron 6. Defense.gov News Photo 110316-F-UI176-556 - Members of the 353rd Special Operations Group off-load and upload new gear at Sendai Airport Japan on March 16 2011. The ground echelon of the 4th Fighter Squadron (Commando) sailed a week later and arrived on Leyte in early January 1945. It was given its current name in 1992. In August 1945, the group moved to Ie Shima, in the Ryukyus, from where the fighter squadrons flew surveillance missions over Japan. Maintained capabilities by participating in joint/combined and other theater exercises and training opportunities. A wing detachment at Nakhon Phanom Royal Thai Air Force Base, Thailand, performed combat evaluation of YQU-22A aircraft and associated equipment, December 1968 – August 1969. 31 talking about this. 318th Troop Carrier Squadron: 1 May 1944 – 25 March 1946 (detached 1 May – 14 August 1944; ground echelon detached 12 September – 1 November 1944; air echelon detached 12 September 1944 – c. 18 February 1945), 1st Special Operations Squadron: 6 April 1989 – present, 17th Special Operations Squadron: 1 August 1989 – present. and equipment into denied areas during adverse weather conditions at night by airdrop or landing. The U.S. Air Force 353rd Special Operations Group organized exercise Gryphon Jet from June 17-26, 2020 at Yokota Air Base, Japan. In June 1945 Laoag became the staging field for flights to Okinawa. It also made raids on airfields and railways on Formosa, and furnished cover for convoys. Later, on Luzon, the fighters continued bombing and strafing missions. 353rd Special Operations Group is similar to these military units: 563rd Rescue Group, 17th Special Operations Squadron, 320th Special Tactics Squadron and more. Detachment 1, 43rd Intelligence Squadron The 353d Special Operations Group (353 SOG) is an operational unit of the United States Air Force Special Operations Command.It is stationed at Kadena Air Base, Japan.. Maintained capabilities by participating in joint/combined and other theater exercises and training opportunities. The liaison squadrons received their L-5s in late January 1945, and thereafter evacuated wounded from advanced points, flew courier, search and rescue, and reconnaissance missions, spotted for signal aircraft warning battalions, and dropped supplies to allied and guerrilla forces. When activated, the 3d Air Commando Group trained to establish and maintain an airstrip behind enemy lines, to provide for its own supply and air defense, to attack targets in the enemy's rear areas, and to furnish air support for ground operations. 157th Liaison Squadron: 1 May 1944 – 10 November 1945 (detached 1 May – c. 18 August 1944 and 3 May – 10 November 1945). 17th Special Operations Squadron(MC-130P Combat Shadow) 3. The last 553d Reconnaissance EC-121R mission occurred on 6 December 1971. 1st Special Operations Squadron(MC-130H Combat Talon II) 2. The 353d Special Operations Group is the United States Air Force special forces contribution to the U.S. Special Operations Command, Pacific, a subcommand of the United States Pacific Command. Units from the 374th Airlift Wing and from the 353rd Special Operations Group accomplished a variety of missions alongside their Japan Self-Defense Force and joint partners across the Kanto Plains, allowing the enhancement of bilateral operations between the U.S. and Japan. 209 talking about this. Col. Jason Kirby, 353rd Special Operations Group commander, addresses the audience during an assumption of command ceremony at Yokota Air Base, Japan, July 1, 2019. Began combat in the Philippines by flying bombing and strafing missions against airdromes on Mindanao. The 353rd Special Operations Group is an operational unit of the United States Air Force Special Operations Command, stationed at Kadena Air Base, Japan. By the end of October 1945, the group moved to Chitose Air Base, Japan. The 353rd Special Operations Wing was activated on 6 April 1989 in the Philippines to train for unconventional warfare and special operations activities in the Pacific area of operations. The second predecessor of the group is the 553d Reconnaissance Wing, which conducted electronic surveillance, particularly of the Ho Chi Minh Trail, in Southeast Asia from 1967 to 1970. In April 1945, the group, less the liaison squadrons, moved from Mandaldan, on the Lingayen Gulf, to Laoag, in northwest Luzon, in recently captured territory 150 miles behind enemy lines. The group is comprised of more than 800 Airmen and is the only Air Force Special Operations unit in the Pacific. Gained a weather flight in April 1996 and began providing weather support for U.S. Army Special Forces at Torii Station, Japan. The group's headquarters, liaison, and airdrome squadrons, as well as its medical dispensary and the ground echelons of the 3d Fighter Squadron (Commando) and 318th Troop Carrier Squadron sailed from the west coast in early November 1944, arriving on Leyte on 1 December 1944. The 353 SOG is the United States Air Force special forces contribution to the U.S. Special Operations Command, Pacific (SOCPAC), a subcommand of the United States Pacific Command. The group's origins date to 1944 … Get a rare look at the group's aircraft and operations. Mission The group is comprised of more than 800 Airmen and is the only Air Force Special Operations unit in the Pacific. Also maintained helicopter air refueling operations and The unit was assigned to Fifth Air Force in the Philippines in 1944 for operations with North American P-51 Mustangs, Douglas C-47 Skytrains, and Stinson L-5 Sentinels. This new major command consisted of three wings: the 1st, 39th and 353rd Special Operations Wings as well as the 1720th Special Tactics Group (1720 STG), the U.S. Air Force Special Operations School, and the Special Missions Operational Test and Evaluation Center. The flying personnel of the 3d and 4th Fighter Squadrons, as well as some enlisted members of their engineering sections, were air-transported to Nadzab, New Guinea, where they received the group's new P-51 aircraft. Ultramarine blue and Air Force yellow are the Air Force colors. On 31 August 2001, the 31st Special Operations Squadron was inactivated.[10][11]. 353rd Special Operations Group completes Exercise Teak Net 16-1 "This year is the third year in a row where the 353rd SOG has come to New Zealand," said Maj. Christopher Izell, Exercise Teak Net mission commander." One reconnaissance squadron, the 553d Reconnaissance Squadron, was reassigned to the 388th Tactical Fighter Wing and stayed at Korat Royal Thai Air Force Base. Defense.gov News Photo 110316-F-UI176-556 - Members of the 353rd Special Operations Group off-load and upload new gear at Sendai Airport Japan on March 16 2011. It is stationed at Kadena Air Base, Japan.. 353rd Special Operations Group [353rd SOG] The 353rd Special Operations Group, with headquarters at Kadena Air Base, Japan, is the Air Force component for Special Operations Command Pacific. The 353rd Special Operations Group is the focal point for special operations aviation activities throughout the Pacific. In 2011, the unit supported Operation TOMODACHI, the relief effort from the great East Japan earthquake and tsunami of 2011. 35 talking about this. In addition, the group provided air support to ground forces, flew fighter sweeps to Formosa, and escorted heavy bombers on bombing missions to Formosa and the China coast. The 353rd Special Operations Group (353 SOG) is an operational unit of the United States Air Force Special Operations Command. The two units were consolidated in 1985 under the wing designation. By February 1946 the squadrons were reduced to paper strength and the group inactivated the next month. The 353rd Special Operations Group is an operational unit of the United States Air Force Special Operations Command, stationed at Kadena Air Base, Japan. The 353rd Special Operations Group (353 SOG) is an operational unit of the United States Air Force Special Operations Command. 160th Liaison Squadron: 1 May 1944 – 15 December 1945 (detached 1 May – c. 18 August 1944 and 3 May – 15 December 1945). The group's first predecessor was activated in 1944 as the 3d Air Commando Group. The group consisted of the 1st, 17th and 31st Special Operations Squadrons together with 353rd Special Operations Maintenance Squadron and 353rd Special Operations Support Squadron. The 554th Reconnaissance squadron was inactivated with that squadron number then assigned to what was Detachment 1 at Nakon Phanom RTAFB. The 353 SOG is the United States Air Force special forces contribution to the U.S. Special Operations Command, Pacific (SOCPAC), a subcommand of the United States Pacific Command.. Blue alludes to the sky, the primary theater of Air Force operations. 353d Operations Support Squadron 5. During maintenance, the aircraft are taken apart so maintainers can perform preventive maintenance and identifying problems before they arise. 320th Special Tactics Squadron: 1 January 1993 – present, 753d Special Operations Maintenance Squadron: 1 July 2019 – present, Chitose Air Base, Japan, C. 27 October 1945 – 25 March 1946, Korat Royal Thai Air Force Base, Thailand, 31 October 1967 – 15 December 1970, Clark Air Base, Philippines, 6 April 1989 (operated from Okinawa, after July 1991), This page was last edited on 16 December 2020, at 03:02. The group's origins date to 1944 … [10], The 320th Special Tactics Squadron was assigned to the group on 1 January 1993.[10]. The 353rd Special Operations Group organized exercise Gryphon Jet from June 17-26, 2020 at Yokota Air Base, Japan. Moved to Thailand in increments beginning mid-September 1967 and began day and night unarmed reconnaissance missions over Southeast Asia on 25 November 1967. Kadena Air Base is home to the USAF's 18th Wing, the 353d Special Operations Group, reconnaissance units, 1st Battalion, 1st Air Defense Artillery, and a variety of associated units. The squadron carried cargo and passengers and air-evacuated wounded soldiers to Australia until it moved to Leyte in mid-January 1945. Over that 10-day period U.S. forces teamed up to execute the high altitude high opening, high altitude low opening, fast rope, and repel training needed to get its special tactics operators where they need to be quickly, efficiently, and most importantly, ready to respond at … The ceremony recognized two newly-activated special operations squadrons at Yokota. The group operated the base and the 318th Troop Carrier Squadron provided most of the resupply. 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