A History of the 136th
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On May 2, 2003 the
136th Airlift Wing NAS Forth Worth JRB, Carswell Field, Texas, reached a safety milestone
that few others have achieved. 150,000 flying hours without a Class A mishap! Their last
Class A was on 5 June 1965. Since that accident they have changed from KC-97s to C-130Bs
and to their current C-130H2 aircraft. They have gone through a move from Hensley field to
Carswell Field and ten wing commanders
Saluting the men and women who served in the 136th Fighter Interceptor Group, the
136 Fighter Bomber Wing, the136th Air Defense Wing, the 136th Air Refueling Wing and the
136th Airlift Wing. A unit with over 50 years of service to our country tracing its
origins to the 368th Fighter Group of World War Two fame. The unit is currently
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