Ft. Indiantown Gap Air Guard

 

Name of Armory (location): Ft. Indiantown Gap Air Guard  
   
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Ft. Indiantown Gap Air Guard  
   
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County of Construction: Lebanon
   
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Current Units in Armory:

148th Air Support Operations Squadron, 201st Red Horse Squadron, 203rd Weather Flight
211th Engineering Installation Squadron, 271st Combat Communications Squadron, 553rd Air Force Band, Lightning Force Academy, REOTS (Regional Equipment Operators Training Site)

   
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History:

June, 4, 2010 - 148th Air Support Operations Squadron

Brig. Gen. Eric G. Weller, commander, 193rd Special Operations Wing; Col. Christopher Dutton, commander, 193rd Regional Support Group; Airman 1st Class Brent Hill; and Lt. Col. Terrence Koudelka, commander, 148th Air Support Operations Squadron cut the ribbon to the 148th’s new $5.6 million facility on June, 4, 2010 at Fort Indiantown Gap.

May 22, 2010 - 201st Red Horse Squadron

Brig. Gen. Eric Weller, 193rd SOW commander, dedicated the new 201st Rapid Engineer Deployable Heavy Operational Repair Squadron Engineers (RED HORSE) Operations & Training Facility May 22, 2010 at FIG. The new, $6.7 million, 22,500 sq-ft building is home to the PA Air National Guard’s RED HORSE engineers and provides critical operations and logistics space to ensure the unit can accomplish its wartime mission.

   


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