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374th Troop Carrier Group (374th TCG)
U.S. Army Air Force (USAAF), 5th Air Force (5th AF)

Background
The 374th Troop Carrier Group (374th TCG) includes Headquarters Squadron (HQ), 21st Troop Carrier Squadron (21st TCS), 22nd Troop Carrier Squadron (22nd TCS), 33rd Troop Carrier Squadron (33rd TCS). Assigned to the U.S. Army Air Force (USAAF), 5th Air Force (5th AF) in the South West Pacific Area (SWPA).

Headquarters Squadron (HQ)
The Headquarters Squadron (HQ) of the Troop Carrier Group (374th TCG). On November 12, 1942 activated at Brisbane.

6th Troop Carrier Squadron (6th TCS)
On October 14, 1933 activated as 6th Transport Squadron (6th TS). On July 4, 1942 redesignated 6th Troop Carrier Squadron (6th TCS).

21st Troop Carrier Squadron (21st TCS)
The 21st Troop Carrier Squadron (21st TCS).

On May 25, 1942 crashed is C-39 38-505 on a flight bound for Batchelor Field with all killed in the crash.

References
Combat Squadrons of the Air Force World War II (1982) pages 113-114 (21st Troop Carrier) [PDF pages 125-126]

22nd Troop Carrier Squadron (22nd TCS)
The 22nd Troop Carrier Squadron (22nd TCS).

On July 11, 1943 crashed C-47 "Junior" 2nd Lt. Harry D. Dingman (KIA).

References
Combat Squadrons of the Air Force World War II (1982) pages 199-120 (22d Troop Carrier) [PDF pages 131-132]

33rd Troop Carrier Squadron (33rd TCS)
On July 4, 1942 redesignated 33rd Troop Carrier Squadron (33rd TCS).

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