239th Combat Communications Squadron

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239th Combat Communications Squadron
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239th Combat Communications Squadron deployed for an exercise
Active c. 1954-present
Country  United States
Branch US-AirNationalGuard-2007Emblem.svg  Air National Guard
Role Deployable Communications Support
Part of Missouri Air National Guard
Insignia
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Older 239th Combat Communications Squadron emblem 239 Combat Communications Sq emblem (1988).png

The United States Air Force's 239th Combat Communications Squadron is an Air National Guard combat communications unit located at Jefferson Barracks, Missouri. The unit has approximately 120 personnel.[1]

Lineage[edit]

  • Constituted as the 239th Airways and Air Communications Service Flight
Activated by February 1954
Redesignated 239th Mobile Communications Flight (Light) on 1 June 1961
Redesignated 239th Mobile Communications Flight
Redesignated 239th Combat Communications Flight on 1 April 1976
Redesignated 239th Combat Communications Squadron on 8 October 1982
Redesignated 239th Combat Information Systems Squadron on 1 July 1985
Redesignated 239th Combat Communications Squadron on 1 November 1986

Assignments[edit]

  • 242d Airways and Air Communications Service Squadron by February 1954
  • 251st Communications Group (later 251st Mobile Communications Group, 251st Combat Communications Group, 251st Combat Information Systems Group, 251st Combat Communications Group
  • 131st Bomb Wing

Stations[edit]

  • Lambert Field (later Robertson Air National Guard Base), Missouri, by February 1954
  • Jefferson Barracks, Missouri

Major Command/Gaining Command[edit]

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