31st Tactical Air Base

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Location
52°19'49"N
016°57'55"E
Country
 Poland
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Description

The 31st Tactical Air Base (Polish: 31 Baza Lotnictwa Taktycznego – 31.BLoT) is the biggest military unit of Polish Air Force. Unit was created in 2008 as a result of fusion of three previous units: 31st Air Base, 3rd Tactical Squadron and 6th Tactical Squadron. Unit operates two squadrons of F-16 C/D fighters (16 planes in each squadron) . Currently operates F-16 fighters only. Previously the 31st Air Base (Polish: 31. Baza Lotnicza) had been organised as a Polish Air Force base, located in Krzesiny, part of the Nowe Miasto district of Poznań. It is the first base to host the recently acquired F-16 fighters. The base was officially constituted on 31 December 2000.

3rd Tactical Squadron

The 3rd Tactical Squadron had previously been part of the 31st Air Base since 31 December 2000.

6th Tactical Squadron

The 6th Tactical Squadron was previously known as the 6th Fighter-Bomber Aviation Regiment (6 Pułk Lotnictwa Myśliwsko-Bombowego) (1982–1998) and the 6th Tactical Air Squadron (6 Eskadra Lotnictwa Taktycznego) (2000–2008)

Air Base

The 31st Air Force Base is a logistic unit, providing comprehensive support for training and warfare of all air force units residing on base area. It provides a wide range of support for air units deployed to the base for tasks during peacetime, in states of emergency, or in war situations. It also provided logistic support for other units permanently or temporarily deployed to the base, as well as SAR, CSAR and CAP duties. Main tasks of the air base include: coordinating and supporting incoming air elements of different services and countries logistics and securing of combat missions of military aircraft organization and maintenance of command system of military aircraft coordination and execution of loading procedures for other types of aircraft storage, preparation and supply of air combat supplies for air units stationing in air base the maintenance and servicing of air and ground equipment

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