List of United States Navy aircraft wings

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This is a list of United States Navy aircraft wings. The U.S. Navy operates different types of aircraft wings. Carrier Air Wings are operational units made up of squadrons of different types of aircraft and which deploy aboard aircraft carriers. Type Wings are wings of a single type/model or type/model/series aircraft which do not deploy, they are "force providers" providing combat ready squadrons to deploying Carrier Air Wings and other Navy or joint forces. Functional wings are land based wings operating squadrons which execute functions such as Fleet Logistics Support, Patrol and Reconnaissance or Strategic Communications. Lastly, the Navy operates Training Air Wings which train Student Naval Aviators and Student Naval Flight Officers leading to their qualification as winged aviators.

Prior to 1963 Carrier Air Wings were titled Carrier Air Groups, therefore this list also includes "Air Groups".

Carrier Air Wings[edit]

See Carrier air wing

Carrier Air Wings of the United States Navy (Carrier Air Wings were titled Carrier Air Groups prior to 1963)
Wing Tail Code Established Notes
Carrier Air Wing ONE CVW-1 AB 1 Jul 1938
Carrier Air Wing TWO CVW-2 NE 1 May 1945
Carrier Air Wing THREE CVW-3 AC 1 Jul 1938
Readiness Carrier Air Wing FOUR RCVW-4 AD 1 Sep 1950 Disestablished 1 July 1970; tail code still used by Atlantic Fleet fixed wing CVW aircraft Fleet Replacement Squadrons
Carrier Air Wing FIVE CVW-5 NF 15 Feb 1943
Carrier Air Wing SIX CVW-6 AE 1 Jan 1943 Disestablished 1 April 1993
Carrier Air Wing SEVEN CVW-7 AG 20 Jul 1943
Carrier Air Wing EIGHT CVW-8 AJ 9 Apr 1951
Carrier Air Wing NINE CVW-9 NG 26 Mar 1952
Carrier Air Wing TEN CVW-10 AK 1 May 1952 First establishment; disestablished 20 November 1969
Carrier Air Wing TEN CVW-10 NM 1 Nov 1986 Second establishment; disestablished 30 September 1988; planned for assignment to USS Independence (CV-62) but not deployed
Carrier Air Wing ELEVEN CVW-11 NH 10 Oct 1942
Readiness Carrier Air Wing TWELVE RCVW-12 NJ 1 Aug 1950 Disestablished 1 June 1970; tail code still used by Pacific Fleet fixed wing CVW aircraft Fleet Replacement Squadrons
Carrier Air Wing THIRTEEN CVW-13 AK 1 Mar 1984 Disestablished 1 January 1991[1]
Carrier Air Wing FOURTEEN CVW-14 NK 1 Aug 1950 Reduced manning since 1 October 2013; scheduled for deactivation in FY17
Carrier Air Wing FIFTEEN CVW-15 NL 5 Apr 1951 Disestablished 31 March 1995, tail code now used by land based "expeditionary" VAQ squadrons of Electronic Attack Wing Pacific
Carrier Air Wing SIXTEEN CVW-16 AH 1 Sep 1960 Disestablished 30 June 1971
Carrier Air Wing SEVENTEEN CVW-17 NA 1 Nov 1966 Atlantic Fleet 1966 to 2012 with tail code of AA. Reassigned to Pacific Fleet in 2012 with tail code of NA
Carrier Air Wing NINETEEN CVW-19 NM 15 Aug 1943 Disestablished 30 June 1977
Carrier Air Wing TWENTY ONE CVW-21 NP 1 Jul 1955 Disestablished 12 December 1975[1]
Carrier Air Wings of the United States Navy Reserve
Wing Tail Code Established Notes
Carrier Air Wing Reserve TWENTY CVWR-20 AF 1 Apr 1970 Redesignated Tactical Support Wing (TSW), 1 April 2007
Carrier Air Wing Reserve THIRTY CVWR-30 ND 1 Apr 1970 Disestablished December 1994
Bold-face name indicates active units.
Tail codes with a first letter "A" are affiliated with the Atlantic Fleet, while "N" denotes Pacific Fleet affiliation.

Type and Functional Wings[edit]

Type Wings are non-deploying "force provider" wings which supply combat ready VFA, VAQ, VAW, HSC or HSM squadrons or Fleet Logistics Support (VRC) detachments to Carrier Air Wings, or combat ready VAQ, VP, HM, HSC, HSM squadrons or detachments for "expeditionary" land based or shipboard detachment deployments. Functional Wings operate land based aircraft such as those of Fleet Logistics Support, Patrol and Reconnaissance or Strategic Communications Squadrons.

Type and Functional Wings are not assigned Tail Codes except for the Navy Reserve's Tactical Support Wing which retains the code "AF" from its former existence as Carrier Air Wing Reserve TWENTY. Type Wing squadrons which deploy as a part of a Carrier Air Wing wear the tail code of that Carrier Air Wing. Type Wing squadrons which do not deploy as part of a Carrier Air Wing and Functional Wing squadrons are all assigned tail codes unique to each squadron. See U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps Aircraft Tail Codes.

There have been numerous Type and Functional Wings throughout the history of the U. S. Navy. Type and Functional Wings have been established, disestablished or re-designated as the Navy has acquired different aircraft through the years. The list below is a list of the Type and Functional Wings which are currently active as of January 2017.

  • Strike Fighter Wing, U.S. Atlantic Fleet (STRKFIGHTWINGLANT): All east coast based Strike Fighter Squadrons (VFA). Based at NAS Oceana, VA. Provides combat ready F/A-18C,E,F squadrons to Carrier Air Wings. Operates one F/A-18C,E,F Fleet Replacement Squadron.
  • Strike Fighter Wing, U.S. Pacific Fleet (STRKFIGHTWINGPAC): All west coast based Strike Fighter Squadrons (VFA). Based at NAS Lemoore, CA., with four squadrons forward deployed to NAF Atsugi. Provides combat ready F/A-18E,F squadrons to Carrier Air Wings. Operates one F/A-18E,F Fleet Replacement Squadron and two F-35C Fleet Replacement Squadrons, one of which is based at Eglin AFB, FL.
  • Electronic Attack Wing, U.S. Pacific Fleet (VAQWINGPAC): All Electronic Attack Squadrons (VAQ). Based at NAS Whidbey Island, WA., with one squadron forward deployed to NAF Atsugi. Provides combat ready EA-18G squadrons to Carrier Air Wings and land based "expeditionary" EA-18G squadrons to support joint force overseas operations. Operates one EA-18G Fleet Replacement Squadron.
  • Airborne Command, Control, Logistics Wing (ACCLOGWING): All Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadrons (VAW) and Fleet Logistics Support Squadrons (VRC). Headquartered at NAWS Point Mugu, CA., squadrons are based at NAWS Point Mugu, CA., NAS North Island, CA., and NS Norfolk, VA., with one squadron forward deployed to NAF Atsugi. Provides combat ready E-2C and E-2D squadrons and C-2A detachments to Carrier Air Wings. Operates one E-2C,D and C-2A Fleet Replacement Squadron.
  • Helicopter Sea Combat Wing, U.S. Atlantic Fleet (HSCWINGLANT): All east coast based Helicopter Sea Combat Squadrons (HSC) and all Helicopter Mine Countermeasures Squadrons (HM). Based at NS Norfolk, VA. Provides combat ready MH-60S squadrons to Carrier Air Wings, "expeditionary" MH-60S squadron detachments to surface force ships and MH-53E squadrons or detachments for world wide mine countermeasures operations as required. Operates one MH-60S and one MH-53E Fleet Replacement Squadron.
  • Helicopter Sea Combat Wing, U.S. Pacific Fleet (HSCWINGPAC): All west coast based Helicopter Sea Combat Squadrons (HSC). Headquartered at NAS North Island, CA., squadrons based at NAS North Island and Anderson AFB, Guam with one squadron forward deployed to NAF Atsugi. Provides combat ready MH-60S squadrons to Carrier Air Wings and "expeditionary" MH-60S squadron detachments to surface force ships. Operates one MH-60S Fleet Replacement Squadron.
  • Helicopter Maritime Strike Wing, U.S. Atlantic Fleet (HSMWINGLANT): All east coast based Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadrons (HSM). Headquartered at NS Mayport, FL., squadrons are based at NS Mayport and NAS Jacksonville, FL. Provides combat ready MH-60R squadrons to Carrier Air Wings and "expeditionary" MH-60R squadron detachments to surface force ships. Operates one MH-60R Fleet Replacement Squadron.
  • Helicopter Maritime Strike Wing, U.S. Pacific Fleet (HSMWINGPAC): All west coast based Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadrons (HSM). Headquartered at NAS North Island, CA., squadrons based at NAS North Island and MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI., with two squadrons forward deployed to NAF Atsugi. Provides combat ready MH-60R squadrons to Carrier Air Wings and "expeditionary" MH-60R squadron detachments to surface force ships. Operates one MH-60R Fleet Replacement Squadron.
  • Strategic Communications Wing ONE (STRATCOMWINGONE): Operates two Fleet Air Reconnaissance Squadrons (VQ) which fly the Boeing E-6B Mercury airborne command post and communications relay aircraft under the operational control of United States Strategic Command task force 124. Based at Tinker AFB, OK. Operates one E-6B Fleet Replacement Squadron.
  • Patrol and Reconnaissance Wings (PATRECONWING):
    • Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing ONE: Disestablished
    • Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing TWO: Based at MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI.
    • Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing FIVE: Disestablished
    • Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing TEN: Based at NAS Whidbey Island, WA
    • Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing ELEVEN: Based at NAS Jacksonville, FL
    • Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing 57 (Commander, Task Force 57; CTF 57): A headquarters organization at Naval Support Activity, Bahrain which exercises operational control of Patrol and Reconnaissance Squadrons deployed to U.S. 5th Fleet.[2]

United States Navy Reserve Air Wings

  • Tactical Support Wing (TSW) Tail Code "AF", formerly CVWR-20: Operates three aggressor squadrons (VFC) providing air combat training to USN Strike Fighter (VFA) squadrons. Also provides one combat ready VFA and one combat ready VAQ squadron for tasking as required. Headquartered at NAS JRB Fort Worth, TX., squadrons are based at NAS Oceana, VA., NAS Fallon, NV., NAS Key West, FL., NAS JRB New Orleans, LA., and NAS Whidbey Island, WA.
  • Maritime Support Wing (MSW): Provides two combat ready Patrol and Reconnaissance Squadrons (VP), one Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) and one Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron (HSM) for tasking as required. Headquartered at NAS North Island, CA., squadrons are based at NAS North Island, CA., NAS Jacksonville, FL., and NAS Whidbey Island, WA.
  • Fleet Logistics Support Wing (FLSW): Operates twelve Fleet Logistics Support squadrons (VR) and two executive transport detachments conducting world wide logistics support and Navy Unique Fleet Essential Airlift (NUFEA) missions in support of U.S. Navy requirements. Headquartered at NAS JRB Fort Worth, TX., squadrons and detachments are based at JB Pearl Harbor-Hickam, HI., JB Andrews, MD., JB McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, NJ., NAS JB Fort Worth, TX., NAS JB New Orleans, LA., MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI., NAWS Point Mugu, CA., NAS Oceana, VA., NAS North Island, CA., NAS Jacksonville, FL., NAS Whidbey Island, WA., and NAS Sigonella, Italy.

Training Air Wings[edit]

See Naval Air Training Command

  • Training Air Wing ONE (TRAWING ONE) Tail Code "A": Operates two Training Squadrons (VT) conducting Advanced Jet training in the T-45C Goshawk. Based at NAS Meridian, MS.
  • Training Air Wing TWO (TRAWING TWO) Tail Code "B": Operates two Training Squadrons (VT) conducting Advanced Jet training in the T-45C Goshawk. Based at NAS Kingsville, TX.
  • Training Air Wing THREE (TRAWING THREE) Tail Code "C": Disestablished in 1992. Was based at NAS Chase Field, TX.
  • Training Air Wing FOUR (TRAWING FOUR) Tail Code "G": Operates four Training Squadrons (VT), two conducting Primary Flight training in the T-6B Texan II and two conducting Advanced Multi-Engine training in the T-44C Pegasus. Based at NAS Corpus Christi, TX.
  • Training Air Wing FIVE (TRAWING FIVE) Tail Code "E": Operates three Training Squadrons (VT) conducting Primary Flight training in the T-6B Texan II and three Helicopter Training Squadrons (HT) conducting Advanced Helicopter training in the TH-57B,C Sea Ranger. Based at NAS Whiting Field, FL.
  • Training Air Wing SIX (TRAWING SIX) Tail Code "F": Operates three Training Squadrons (VT) conducting all stages of Naval Flight Officer (NFO) training in the T-6A Texan II, T-45C Goshawk and the Multi-Crew Simulator. Based at NAS Pensacola, FL.
  • Training Air Wing EIGHT (TRAWING EIGHT): Disestablished in 1975. Was based at NAS Glynco, GA.

Air Wing and Air Group Designations no longer in use[edit]

Type and Functional Wings[edit]

  • Fighter Wing ONE (FITWING ONE): Redesignated Fighter Wing, U.S. Atlantic Fleet (FITWINGLANT).
  • Fighter Wing U.S. Atlantic Fleet (FITWINGLANT): Disestablished with the retirement of the F-14 Tomcat.
  • Fighter AEW Wing U.S. Pacific Fleet (FITAEWWINGPAC): Redesignated Airborne Early Warning Wing, U.S. Pacific Fleet (AEWWINGPAC) in 1996 when the F-14 Tomcat was retired from U.S. Pacific Fleet use.
  • Airborne Early Warning Wing U.S. Pacific Fleet (AEWWINGPAC): Redesignated Airborne Command, Control, Logistics Wing (ACCLOGWING) 23 Sep 2005.
  • Airborne Early Warning Wing U.S. Atlantic Fleet (AEWWINGLANT): Disestablished 23 Sep 2005, squadrons were realigned under Airborne Early Warning Wing, U.S. Pacific Fleet which was then redesignated Airborne Command, Control, Logistics Wing (ACCLOGWING).
  • Medium Attack Wing ONE (MATWING ONE): Established 1 Oct 1971, Redesignated Medium Attack Wing, U.S. Atlantic Fleet (MATWINGLANT).
  • Medium Attack Wing, U.S. Atlantic Fleet (MATWINGLANT): Disestablished with the retirement of the A-6 Intruder.
  • Medium Attack, Tactical Electronic Warfare Wing, U.S. Pacific Fleet (MATVAQWINGPAC): Redesignated Electronic Combat Wing, U.S. Pacific Fleet (VAQWINGPAC) 1 Sep 1993 when the A-6 Intruder was retired from U.S. Pacific Fleet use.
  • Electronic Combat Wing, U.S. Pacific Fleet (VAQWINGPAC): Renamed Electronic Attack Wing, U.S. Pacific Fleet (VAQWINGPAC) in 1998.
  • Light Attack Wing ONE (LATWING ONE): Redesignated Strike Fighter Wing, U.S. Atlantic Fleet (STRKFITWINGLANT) in Dec 1992 with replacement of the A-7 Corsair II with the F/A-18 Hornet in the Atlantic Fleet.
  • Light Attack Wing, U.S. Pacific Fleet (LATWINGPAC): "Fleet Air Lemoore" redesignated Light Attack Wing, U.S. Pacific Fleet on 1 July 1973. Redesignated Strike Fighter Wing, U.S. Pacific Fleet (STRKFITWINGPAC) on 5 Apr 91 with replacement of the A-7 Corsair II with the F/A-18 Hornet in the Pacific Fleet.
  • Air Antisubmarine Wing ONE (AIRANTISUBWING ONE): Redesignated Sea Strike Wing ONE (SEASTRIKEWING ONE).
  • Sea Strike Wing ONE (SEASTRIKEWING ONE): Redesignated Sea Control Wing, U.S. Atlantic Fleet (SEACONWINGLANT)
  • Sea Control Wing U.S. Atlantic Fleet (SEACONWINGLANT ): Disestablished 30 Jan 2009 with retirement of the S-3 Viking from U.S. Atlantic Fleet use.
  • Sea Control Wing U.S. Pacific Fleet (SEACONWINGPAC): Disestablished 19 Aug 2005, remaining squadrons re-aligned under SECONWINGLANT.
  • Helicopter Antisubmarine Wing ONE (HSWING ONE): Established 1 Apr 1973, redesignated Helicopter Antisubmarine Wing, U.S. Atlantic Fleet (HSWINGLANT).
  • Helicopter Antisubmarine Wing, U.S. Atlantic Fleet (HSWINGLANT): Disestablished 1 Apr 2005, squadrons realigned under Helicopter Sea Combat Wing, U.S. Atlantic Fleet (HSCWINGLANT).
  • Helicopter Antisubmarine Wing, U.S. Pacific Fleet (HSWINGPAC): Established 15 July 1993. Disestablished in Apr 2005, squadrons realigned under Helicopter Sea Combat Wing, U.S. Pacific Fleet (HSCWINGPAC).
  • Helicopter Tactical Wing ONE (HELTACWING ONE): Established 1 Oct 1982, redesignated Helicopter Tactical Wing, U.S. Atlantic Fleet (HELTACWINGLANT) Sep 1993.
  • Helicopter Tactical Wing, U.S. Atlantic Fleet (HELTACWINGLANT): Redesignated Helicopter Sea Combat Wing, U.S. Atlantic Fleet (HSCWINGLANT) 1 Apr 2005.
  • Helicopter Tactical Wing U.S. Pacific Fleet (HELTACWINGPAC): Established in July 1993. Redesignated Helicopter Sea Combat Wing, U.S. Pacific Fleet (HSCWINGPAC) in Apr 2005.
  • Helicopter Antisubmarine Light Wing ONE (HSLWING ONE): Redesignated Helicopter Antisubmarine Light Wing, U.S. Atlantic Fleet (HSLWINGLANT):
  • Helicopter Antisubmarine Light Wing, U.S. Atlantic Fleet (HSLWINGLANT): Redesignated Helicopter Maritime Strike Wing, U.S. Atlantic Fleet (HSMWINGLANT).
  • Helicopter Antisubmarine Light Wing, U.S. Pacific Fleet (HSLWINGPAC): Redesignated Helicopter Maritime Strike Wing, U.S. Pacific Fleet (HSMWINGPAC).
  • Patrol Wings (PATWING)
    • Patrol Wing ONE: Redesignated Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing ONE
    • Patrol Wing TWO: Redesignated Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing TWO
    • Patrol Wing THREE: Disestablished
    • Patrol Wing FIVE: Redesignated Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing FIVE
    • Patrol Wing SEVEN: Disestablished
    • Patrol Wing EIGHT: Disestablished
    • Patrol Wing NINE: Disestablished
    • Patrol Wing TEN: Redesignated Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing TEN
    • Patrol Wing ELEVEN: Redesignated Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing ELEVEN
    • Patrol Wing ONE TWO: Disestablished
    • Patrol Wing ONE FOUR: Disestablished

United States Navy Reserve Air Wings

  • Helicopter Wing Reserve (HELWINGRES) Tail Code “NW”: Disestablished. Remaining reserve helicopter squadrons continue to use tail code NW even though the wing no longer exists.
  • Reserve Patrol Wing Atlantic (RESPATWINGLANT): Disestablished
  • Reserve Patrol Wing Pacific/Patrol Wing FOUR (RESPATWINGPAC/PATWING FOUR): Disestablished

Carrier Air Groups[edit]

  • CVG-1
  • CVG-2 Established 1 May 1945 as CVBG-74, redesignated CVBG-1 15 Nov 1946, redesignated CVG-2 in 1948, redesignated CVW-2 in 1963
  • CVG-3
  • CVG-4 Established as Ranger Air Group 1 July 1938, redesignated CVG-4 in Oct 1944, redesignated CVAG-1 in 1946, redesignated CVW-1 20 Dec 1963
  • CVG-5 Established 1 Feb 1943, redesignated CVW-5 in 1963
  • CVG-6 First establishment: Established in 1938 as Enterprise Air Group then CVG-6. Disestablished after WWII. Second establishment: Established 1 Jan 1943 as CVG-17, redesign CVBG-17 22 Jan 1946, redesign CVBG-5 16 Nov 1946, redesign CVG-6 27 Jul 1948, redesign CVW-6 20 Dec 1963, disestablished 1 Apr 1993
  • CVG-7 Established 20 Jul 1943 as CVG-18, redesign CVG-7 in 1945, redesign CVW-7 in 1963
  • CVG-8
  • CVG-9 First establishment: Established 1 Mar 1942, disestablished 15 Oct 1945. Second establishment: Established 15 Oct 1943 as CVG-20, redesign CVAG-9 15 Nov 1946, redesign CVG-9 1 Sep 1948, disestablished 1 Dec 1949. Third establishment: Established 26 Mar 1952 as CVG-9, redesign CVW-9 20 Dec 1963
  • CVG-10
  • CVG-11 Established 10 Oct 1942, redesign CVW-11 in 1963
  • CVG-12
  • CVG-13
  • CVG-14
  • CVG-15
  • CVG-16
  • CVG-17 Established 1 Jan 1943, redesign CVBG-17 22 Jan 1946, redesign CVBG-5 16 Nov 1946, redesign CVG-6 27 Jul 1948, redesign CVW-6 20 Dec 1963, disestablished 1 Apr 1993
  • CVG-18 Established 20 Jul 1943, redesign CVG-7 in 1945, redesign CVW-7 in 1963
  • CVG-19
  • CVG-20 Established 15 Oct 1943, redesign CVAG-9 15 Nov 1946, redesign CVG-9 1 Sep 1948, disestablished 1 Dec 1949
  • CVG-21
  • CVG-74
  • CVG-75
  • CVG-80
  • CVG-81
  • CVG-82 Established 1 Apr 1944, redesign CVAG-17 16 Nov 1946, disestablished 16 Sep 1958
  • CVG-83 Established 1 May 1944; disestablished 24 Sep 1945.[1]
  • CVG-84
  • CVG-85
  • CVG-86
  • CVG-87
  • CVG-88
  • CVG-89
  • CVG-92
  • CVG-93
  • CVG-94
  • CVG-95
  • CVG-97
  • CVG-98
  • CVG-99
  • CVG-100
  • CVG-101
  • CVG-102
  • CVG-150
  • CVG-151
  • CVG-152
  • CVG-153

Attack Carrier Air Groups[edit]

  • CVAG-1 Established as Ranger Air Group 1 July 1938, redesignated CVG-4 in Oct 1944, redesignated CVAG-1 in 1946, redesignated CVW-1 20 Dec 1963
  • CVAG-3
  • CVAG-5
  • CVAG-7
  • CVAG-9 Established 15 Oct 1943, redesign CVG-9 1 Sep 1948, disestablished 1 Dec 1949
  • CVAG-11
  • CVAG-13
  • CVAG-15
  • CVAG-17 Established 1 Apr 1944 as CVG-82, redesign CVAG-17 16 Nov 1946, disestablished 16 Sep 1958
  • CVAG-19
  • CVAG-21

Light Carrier Air Groups[edit]

Battle Carrier Air Groups[edit]

  • CVBG-1 Established 1 May 1945 as CVBG-74, redesignated CVBG-1 15 Nov 1946, redesignated CVG-2 in 1948, redesignated CVW-2 in 1963
  • CVBG-3
  • CVBG-5 Established 1 Jan 1943 as CVG-17, redesign CVBG-17 22 Jan 1946, redesign CVBG-5 16 Nov 1946, redesign CVG-6 27 Jul 1948, redesign CVW-6 20 Dec 1963, disestablished 1 Apr 1993
  • CVBG-17 Established 1 Jan 1943 as CVG-17, redesign CVBG-17 22 Jan 1946, redesign CVBG-5 16 Nov 1946, redesign CVG-6 27 Jul 1948, redesign CVW-6 20 Dec 1963, disestablished 1 Apr 1993
  • CVBG-74 Established 1 May 1945, redesignated CVBG-1 15 Nov 1946, redesignated CVG-2 in 1948, redesignated CVW-2 in 1963

Escort Carrier Air Groups[edit]

Night Carrier Air Groups[edit]

Night Light Carrier Air Groups[edit]

Night Escort Carrier Air Group[edit]

Ship-Named Air Groups[edit]

Antisubmarine Carrier Air Groups[edit]

Reserve Antisubmarine Carrier Air Groups[edit]

Fleet Air Wings[edit]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Roy A. Grossnick (ed.), United States Naval Aviation 1910–1995, Appendix 15, accessed May 2012
  2. ^ [OPNAV Notice 5400 (5400.8543) Modification of Officer in Charge, Patrol and Reconnaissance Force Fifth Fleet Det Bahrain], issued 13 October 2011

References[edit]

  • Roy A. Grossnick (ed.), United States Naval Aviation 1910–1995, [1]