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86th Military Airlift Squadron Emblem of the 86th Military Airlift Squadron Active 1952-1991 Country United States Branch United States Air Force Type Airlift C-141B of the 86th MAS with a C-5B of the 22d MAS on approach to Travis AFB, 1990 Emblem of the MATS 86th Air Transport Squadron MATS C-54 over Paris, early 1950s The 86th Military Airlift Squadron is an inactive United States Air Force unit. Its last was assigned to the 60th Military Airlift Wing, Military Airlift Command, stationed at Travis Air Force Base, California. It was inactivated on 1 November 1991. Contents 1 History 1.1 Lineage 1.2 Assignments 1.3 Stations 1.4 Aircraft 2 References 3 External links History Activated my Military Air Transport Service in West Germany, 1952. Provided air transport between USAF bases in USAFE, 1952-194. Reassigned to Charleston AFB, South Carolina in 1955, provided air transport between bases within the east and southeast United States. Inactivated in 1955. Reactivated as a C-124 strategic airlift squadron at Travis AFB, California. Flew very long distance flights from Travis to Hawaii, Guam, Japan and the Philippines. Upgraded to C-141 Starlifter jet transports in 1967 and commonly flew cargo and personnel to and from Travis to aerial ports in South Vietnam during Vietnam War. After US withdrawal from Indochina in 1975, flew C-141s on a worldwide basis. Inactivated in 1978 during post-Vietnam USAF drawdown, however reactivated in 1979 continuing C-141 airlift missions. In late 1993 the unit was redesignated the 20th Airlift Squadron (formerly assigned to Charleston AFB, SC). The Air Force retired its last Starlifters from this squadron in 1998 after the end of the Cold War. Lineage Established as 86th Air Transport Squadron on 1 July 1952 Activated on 20 July 1952 Inactivated on 1 July 1955 Redesignated: 86th Air Transport Squadron, (Heavy) and activated on 8 January 1963 Redesignated: 86th Military Airlift Squadron, (Heavy) on 8 January 1966 Inactivated on 6 March 1978 Redesignated: 86th Military Airlift Squadron and activated on 15 February 1979 Inactivated on 1 November 1993 Note: an 86th Air Transport Squadron (Air Transport Command) was activated on 15 April 1943 in England, however it's linage, assignments, stations or history are presently undetermined. Assignments 1602d Air Transport Wing, 20 Jul 1952-19 May 1954 1608th Air Transport Wing, 20 May 1954-1 Jul 1955 1501st Air Transport Wing, 8 Jan 1963-8 Jan 1966 60th Military Airlift Wing, 8 Jan 1966–6 Mar 1978; 15 Feb 1979 – 1 Nov 1993 Stations Rhein-Main AB, West Germany, 20 Jul 1952-19 May 1954 Charleston AFB, South Carolina, 20 May 1954-1 Jul 1955 Travis AFB, California, 8 Jan 1963-6 Mar 1978; 15 Feb 1979–1 Nov 1993 Aircraft C-54 Skymaster, 1952–1955 C-124 Globemaster II, 1963–1967 C-141 Starlifter, 1967–1978, 1979–1993 References United States Air Force portal Military of the United States portal  This article incorporates public domain material from websites or documents of the Air Force Historical Research Agency. Mueller, Robert, Air Force Bases Volume I, Active Air Force Bases Within the United States of America on 17 September 1982, Office of Air Force History, 1989 External links