203d RED HORSE Squadron

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203d RED HORSE Squadron
Active 1985 – present
Country United States
Allegiance Air National Guard
Branch United States Air Force
Garrison/HQ Camp Pendleton, Virginia
Motto(s) "Lead, Follow, or get the hell out of the way!"

The United States Air Force's 203d RED HORSE squadron is an Air National Guard unit located at Camp Pendleton, Virginia. RED HORSE is an acronym formed from "Rapid Engineer Deployable Heavy Operational Repair Squadron Engineers"

  • 1985, the Air National Guard activated 203d RED HORSE Squadron at Camp Pendleton, Virginia.


  • To provide highly mobile, rapidly deployable civil engineering response force self-sufficient for worldwide deployment.[1]

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  • (???-Present)


  1. ^ Pike, John. "203rd RED HORSE". globalsecurity.org.
  2. ^ "Airmen, veterans, families celebrate 30th anniversary of 203rd RED HORSE". vaguard.dodlive.mil.
  3. ^ "Camp Pendleton - Virginia". Air National Guard.
  4. ^ "Category Archives: 203rd RED HORSE". vaguard.dodlive.mil.

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