North American F-86D-30-NA Sabre 51-5949, 25th Air Division, Larson AFB, Washington, April 1955
The 323d Fighter-Interceptor Squadron is an inactive United States Air Force unit. Its last assignment was with Air Defense Command stationed at Ernest Harmon Air Force Base, Newfoundland. It was inactivated on 1 July 1960.
Air defense and operational training unit until February 1944, and afterward replacement training unit until April 1944. Air Defense of the Pacific Northwest, 1952–1955; Air Defense of the Upper Midwest, 1955–1957; Air Defense of Northeast North America, 1957–1960.
- Constituted 323d Fighter Squadron on 24 June 1942
- Activated on 25 August 1942
- Disbanded on 10 April 1944
- Reconstituted, and redesignated 323d Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, on 14 November 1952
- Activated on 26 November 1952
- Discontinued on 1 July 1960.
- I Interceptor Command
- 327th Fighter Group, 25 August 1942 – 10 April 1944
- 25th Air Division
- Attached to 4704th Defense Wing, 26 November 1952
- 4702d Defense Wing, 19 January 1953
- 9th Air Division, 8 October 1954
- 327th Fighter Group, 18 August 1955
- 4731st Air Defense Group, 15 October 1957
- Goose Air Defense Sector, 6 June – 1 July 1960
- Mitchel Field, New York, 25 August 1942
- Philadelphia Mun Aprt, Pennsylvania, 25 August 1942
- Richmond AAB, Virginia, 19 September 1942 – 10 April 1944
- Larson AFB, Washington, 26 November 1952
- Truax Field, Wisconsin, 18 August 1955
- Ernest Harmon AFB, Newfoundland, 15 October 1957 – 1 July 1960.
This article incorporates public domain material from websites or documents of the Air Force Historical Research Agency.
- A Handbook of Aerospace Defense Organization 1946 - 1980, by Lloyd H. Cornett and Mildred W. Johnson, Office of History, Aerospace Defense Center, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado
- Maurer, Maurer. Combat Squadrons of the Air Force: World War II. Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama: Office of Air Force History, 1982.
- USAF Aerospace Defense Command publication, The Interceptor, January 1979 (Volume 21, Number 1).
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