31st Combat Communications Squadron

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31st Combat Communications Squadron
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Active19??-2013
CountryUnited States
BranchUnited States Air Force
RoleTactical communications
SizeSquadron
Part ofAir Force Space Command/ 3d Combat Communications Group
Garrison/HQTinker AFB, Oklahoma
Motto(s)"Red Bulls, Above and Beyond"
ColorsRed

The 31st Combat Communications Squadron (31 CBCS) was a United States Air Force combat communications squadron, located at Tinker AFB.

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History[edit]

Lineage. Constituted as 31 Communications Squadron, Command and activated on 7 Dec 1959. Organized on 1 Feb 1960. Inactivated on 1 Oct 1970. Disbanded on 15 Jun 1983. Reconstituted and redesignated as 31 Combat Communications Squadron on 15 Jul 1988. Activated on 22 Jul 1988. Assignments. Strategic Air Command, 7 Dec 1959; 1 Communications (later 1 Aerospace Communications) Group, Command, 1 Feb 1960-1 Oct 1970. 3 Combat Communications Group, 22 Jul 1988-. Stations. Offutt AFB, NE, 1 Feb 1960-1 Oct 1970. Tinker AFB, OK, 22 Jul 1988-.


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Previous designations[edit]

  • 31st Combat Communications Squadron (???-Present)

Bases stationed[edit]

Commanders[edit]

Lt. Col. William Uhrig (2009-2012) Lt. Co. Jeffery Katzman (2012-2013) Capt. Christopher Abbot (2013-Closure)

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