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4505th Air Refueling Wing
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4505th Air Refueling Wing emblem
Active 1958–1963
Country United States
Branch United States Air Force
Role Air Refueling
Garrison/HQ Langley AFB, Virginia

The United States Air Force's 4505th Air Refueling Wing (Tactical) was an Air Refueling unit located at Langley AFB, Virginia. It was established on 1 Jul 1958 at Langley AFB, Virginia. The 4505th was the only aerial refueling wing in the Tactical Air Command structure. The wing flew the KB-50J, a derivative of the B-50 nuclear bomber. The 4505th Air Refueling Wing (Tactical) was discontinued on 8 Oct 1963.

Assignments[edit]

Major command[edit]

Numbered Air Force[edit]

  • (1 Jul 58 – 8 Oct 63)

Air division[edit]

  • (1 Jul 58 – 8 Oct 63)

Previous designations[edit]

  • 4505th Air Refueling Wing, Tactical (1 Jul 1958 – 8 Oct 1963)

Units[edit]

References[edit]

4505th CAMS Langley AFB

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Boeing KB-50J Superfortress 49-0372 Pima

Boeing KB-50J Superfortress Aerial Tanker photographed at Pima Air Museum, February 9, 2012. The B-50 had wing mounted fuel tank pods removed and had a pair ...

 
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