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Merge per WP:MILMOS#UNITNAME An article about a unit, formation, or base should be placed at "Name (optional disambiguator)". The name should generally be either the official name used by the armed forces to which the unit or base belongs. When a unit or base has had multiple names over the course of its existence, the title should generally be the last name used; however, exceptions can be made in cases where the subject is clearly more commonly known by one of the previous names. This merger is at most recent name used while active. --Lineagegeek (talk) 21:54, 30 March 2017 (UTC)
But not, please, at the last name, if the last name was only in existence from 1985 in a file in the Pentagon!! If a squadron or other unit has been redesignated but was then never active under that last designation, COMMONNAME should apply and the most notable previous name be chosen. Buckshot06(talk) 16:14, 1 April 2017 (UTC)