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The 449th Tactical Aviation Brigrade (449 TAB), North Carolina Army National Guard, began in 1986 as an Aviation Group Headquarters in Kinston associated with the 18th Airborne Corps, then the 11th Aviation Regiment under 5th Corps. The aviators served in Bosnia whilst domestic service includes hurricanes Fran, Floyd, and Katrina. Additionally the 449th provided both personnel and equipment to Operation Jump Start on the southwest border.

In 2000, the 449th Aviation Group reintegrated into the 18th Airborne Corps as the 18th Aviation Brigade’s lift and assault group headquarters. The 449th became a Theater Aviation Brigade Headquarters in September of 2005 providing command and control of assault assets for the 66th Theater Aviation Command.

The 449th TAB deployed to Iraq in November 2008 and assumed the role of Multi-National Division – Central Combat Aviation Brigade (CAB) at Baghdad International Airport. In March of 2009, they gained additional battle space and controlled the largest battle space for any CAB in theater.

As of 2016 North Carolina Units under the 449th are;
- 130th Attack Reconnaissance Battalion (ARB)
- Company C and detachments of Company D, Company E and Headquarters 131 Assault Helicopter Battalion
- Detachment 1, Company B 151 Aviation Battalion
- Detachment 1 Company B 638 Aviation Support Battalion
- 677th and 430th Engineer Detachments (FFTG)
- 2-130th Airfield Operations Battalion (AOB)

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1st Battalion, 130th Aviation Regiment

News about this Rotary Wing Unit :

NC Guard Lakota Spot Matthew Victims, 14-Oct-16 : North Carolina National Guard 2-151 AVN UH-72A Lakota helicopters fly over flooded areas during the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew to aide in the rescue of victims in the eastern part of the state

Carolinas SC-HART and NC-HART Flood Response, 08-Oct-15 : South and North Carolina Helicopter Aquatic Rescue Teams (HART) participated in emergency operation efforts during a statewide flood response

Carolina Thunder 2015, 13-Aug-15 : The training exercise involved North Carolina Air and Army National Guard, South Carolina Army National Guard, Alabama Army National Guard and active-duty Airmen and Soldiers.

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Construction Numbers for NC ARNG Help Us

C/NVersionBuiltIn this OrgIn other Org
9199 uh-72a 08-72047 : SC ARNG North Carolina ARNG AASF Raleigh / Durham International Airport,+
9200 uh-72a 08-72048 : SC ARNG North Carolina ARNG AASF Raleigh / Durham International Airport,+
9204 uh-72a 2008 08-72049 : SC ARNG North Carolina ARNG AASF Raleigh / Durham International Airport,+
Eurocopter USA N543AE : American Eurocopter Oct/Dec 2008
uh-72a 11-72225 : SC ARNG North Carolina ARNG AASF Raleigh / Durham International Airport,+
uh-72a 12-72246 : SC ARNG North Carolina ARNG AASF Raleigh / Durham International Airport,+
41802 oh-58a 72-21136 : 1992 1-130th AVN, NC ARNG; 1996 still
PV634 ah-64a 89-0222 : US Army 89-00222; Mar07 1-130th AVN. NC ARNG
PV646 ah-64a 89-0234 : US Army 89-00234; Mar07 1-130th AVN. NC ARNG
70-1509 uh-60l 90-26277 : 08oct15 asg NC ARNG pictured in flood relief
9 serials found for NC ARNG


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