103rd Air Control Squadron
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|103rd Air Control Squadron|
|Active||1946 – present|
|Branch||Air National Guard|
|Type||Command and Control|
|Role||"To meet state and federal mission responsibilities."|
|Garrison/HQ||Orange Air National Guard Station, Orange, Connecticut|
|Decorations||Presidential Unit Citation, Meritorious Unit Award, Outstanding Unit Award|
|Civilian leadership||President Barack Obama
Michael B. Donley
(Secretary of the Air Force)
Governor Dan Malloy
(Governor of the State of Connecticut)
|State military leadership||Major General Thaddeus J. Martin
Brigadier General Daniel L Peabody
103rd Air Control Squadron is a National Guard squadron assigned to the Connecticut Air National Guard.
See also 
Further reading 
- Flying Yankees, a history of the first fifty years of the Connecticut Air National Guard. Compiled by Colonel Carl D. Jenson [and] CMSGT. Edward W. Burton. c1973.
- “The Flying Yankee Squadron” by Richard W. Owen. In Connecticut circle v.2:no.9 1939:Nov. p. 3-5. About the 118th Observation Squadron.
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