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The wing was established at Phu Cat on 1 March 1967, with the 416th TFS arriving from Bien Hoa (on 15 April 1967) and the 612th TFS Det I from Phan Rang. The latter flew a combat mission en route to its new home on 8 June. By the end of February 1968 the 37th TFW had flown a total of 18,000 combat hours and introduced Commando Sabre operations in which F-100Fs flew as Misty FACs. Such heavy utilisation of the 203 Super Sabres (split between 11 squadrons) in-theatre by December 1966 began to overtax the F-100s’ airframes.
Originally intended as a B-52 base, Tuy Hoa was transferred to the Seventh Air Force due to the threat of VC attacks on SAC bombers. It accepted the 31st TFW as its resident unit, with the 308th TFS flying in from Bien Hoa on 15 November 1966 after completing a combat mission in the Central Highlands en route – the squadron arrived 45 days early. Two more units, the 306th and 309th TFSs, joined the 308th on their official ‘due date’, 6 December, to complete a combat-ready wing that was expanded further in June 1968 following the addition of two ANG squadrons – the 136th TFS from New York and the 188th TFS from New Mexico.
Ba Gia, only ten miles from Saigon, lost a whole battalion (a typical weekly ARVN loss at that time) in a VC ambush on 29 May 1965. The fortress was saved only by five days of CAS by 22 F-100s and US Marine Corps F-4B Phantom IIs. A week later Super Sabres flew a large proportion of the 644 strike sorties needed to keep the Dong Xoai Special Forces camp out of enemy hands. In October of that same year F-100s and B-57s held back a huge enemy force threatening Plei Me, near the Cambodian border. com Like other USAF aircraft, F-100s began to receive the TO 1-1-4 Southeast Asia camouflage scheme in January 1965.
Active control of transition to turbulence in the wake of a cylinder by R. S. Keles