- 23d Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron
1st Aeromedical Evacuation Squadronwas inactivated on 1 July 1994 and on the same date, the 23d Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron was activated.
Since its activation, the 23d Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron has supported several major operations. On 11 September 1994, personnel deployed to Haiti, Cuba, and Puerto Rico in support of
Operation Uphold Democracy. In preparation for the Operation, the squadron expanded in size by 300 percent, obtaining personnel from Air National Guardand Air Force Reserveunits, as well as some active duty medical units. Personnel established a first-ever Theater Patient Movement Requirements Center (TPMRC), employed an aeromedical evacuation liaison team (AELT) on the USNS "Comfort" (T-AH-20), and safely evacuated patients to destination hospitals. On 11 October 1994, command and control of aeromedical evacuation operations were transferred to Air Reserve Component units, allowing a rapid transition and redeployment of 23 AES assets in support of Operation Vigilant Warrior. Squadron members redeployed in less than 24 hours of their return from Operation Uphold Democracy.
In January 1995, the 23 AES deployed personnel in support of
Operation United Shieldand Operation Safe Passage. During Operation United Shield, a MASF, AELT and AECC were deployed to Mombasa, Kenya to aid in the withdrawal of US and UN forces from Somalia. An additional AELT was stationed on the USS "Belleau Wood" (LHA-3) for 40 days to provide a link with USN medical assets.
Also in January 1995, an Aeromedical Evacuation Operations Team was deployed to
Howard AFB, Panama, for Operation Safe Passage. Over the course of 20 days, deployed personnel coordinated the safe transit of more than 7,400 Cuban migrants on 80 missions.
In December 1995, the 23 AES deployed personnel in support of
Operation Joint Endeavor. Four TAES elements were deployed into the European Theater. Working jointly with the 86 AES, squadron personnel were responsible for all patient aeromedical evacuation within and out of the contingency area.
On 1 April 1997, the 23 AES was deactivated and the 43d Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron activated as part of the
43d Operations Groupunder Air Mobility Command.
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