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314th Operations Group

Summary
The 314th Operations Group (314 OG) is the flying component of the Air Education and Training Command 314th Airlift Wing, stationed at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas. Overview The group provides C-130 initial and tactical aircrew training in all crew positions for all of the Department of Defense and allied students from 46 nations. Units The 314th Operations Group is composed of one flying squadron and one training squadron.
  • The 62nd Airlift Squadron flies the C-130J Super Hercules
  • The 714th Training Squadron provided administrative support for all students
History : See the 314th Airlift Wing for additional history and lineage World War II During World War II the 314th Troop Carrier Group arrived in the Mediterranean Theater of Operations in May 1943, taking part with Twelfth Air Force units in two airborne operations. It flew two major night missions in July 1943 during the Sicily invasion, dropping paratroops of 82d Airborne Divi
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