7th Intelligence Squadron

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7th Intelligence Squadron
Insignia patch 7th intel squadron ft meade.jpg
7th Intelligence Squadron emblem
Active 2009-Present
Country United States
Branch United States Air Force
Part of AF ISR Agency/70th ISRW
Garrison/HQ Fort George G. Meade, Maryland
Decorations Outstanding Unit ribbon.svg AFOUA

The United States Air Force's 7th Intelligence Squadron (7 IS) is an intelligence unit located at Fort George G. Meade, Maryland.

Mission[edit]

History[edit]

Previous designations[1][edit]

  • 7 Intelligence Squadron (20 Mar 2009–present)
  • 7 Radio Squadron, Mobile (renamed on 2 Nov 1949, but not activated)
  • 302 Radio Squadron, Mobile (29 Mar 1948-22 Jun 1949) [allotted to the Organized Reserve]
  • 7 Radio Squadron, Mobile (14 Nov 1946-28 Mar 1948)
  • 7 Radio Squadron, Mobile (J)* (19 Feb 1944-25 Dec 1945)
  • 957 Signal Radio Intelligence Company, Aviation (23 Jul 1942-18 Feb 1944)

(J)* indicates Japanese Theater of Operations

Assignments[edit]

Major Command/Field Operating Agency[edit]

Assignments[edit]

  • 70th ISRW (15 Apr 2009–present)
  • Fourth Army (29 Mar 1948-22 Jun 1949)
  • Thirteenth Air Force (1 Dec 1944-25 Dec 1945)
  • Fourth Air Force (21 Jan 1943-30 Nov 1944)
  • Second Air Force (15 Oct 1942-20 Jan 1943)

Bases stationed[edit]

  • Fort George G. Meade, Maryland (15 Apr 2009–Present)
  • San Antonio, TX (29 Mar 1948-22 Jun 1949)
  • Camp Stoneman CA (22-25 Dec 1945)
  • Leyte (12 May 1945-4 Dec 1945)
  • Morotai, Luzon (16 Jan 1945-May 1945)
  • Hollandia, New Guinea (1 Dec 1944-Jan 1944)
  • Camp Stoneman, CA (5 Oct 1944-11 Nov 1944)
  • Camp Pinedale, CA (21 Jan 1943-4 Oct 1944)
  • Reno Army Air Base, NV (17 Nov 1942-20 Jan 1943)
  • Davis-Monthan Field, AZ (15 Oct 1942-16 Nov 1942)

Decorations[edit]

  • Service Streamers: None.
  • Campaign Streamers: World War II: Leyte; New Guinea; Southern Philippines.
  • Armed Forces Expeditionary Streamers: None.
  • Decorations: Philippine Presidential Unit Citation (WWII).


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