Bomb Group

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Lauris Norstad - Early Life and Military Career
... he was assigned to the 18th Pursuit Group, assuming command of it in July 1933. 1936 he was named adjutant of the Ninth Bomb Group there ... returned to Mitchel Field as officer in charge of the 9th Bomb Group Navigation School ...
RAF North Pickenham - History - USAAF Use - 491st Bombardment Group (Heavy)
... Pickenham was assigned to the 491st Bombardment Group (Heavy), arriving from El Paso AAF Texas in August 1944 ... The 491st was assigned to the 14th Combat Bombardment Wing, and the group tail code was a "Circle-Z" ... Squadron (T8) 854th Bombardment Squadron (6X) 855th Bombardment Squadron (V2) The group flew B-24 Liberators as part of the Eighth Air Force's strategic bombing campaign ...
RAF Thurleigh - History - USAAF Use - 306th Bombardment Group (Heavy)
... With the essential construction completed, the 306th Bombardment Group (Heavy) deployed to Thurleigh on 7 September 1942 from Wendover AAF Utah ... The group tail code was a "Triangle H" ... Squadron (WW) 423d Bombardment Squadron (RD) The group flew the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress aircraft, and remained at Thurleigh until 1 December 1945 ...
Joan-Eleanor System - Operational
... XVI aircraft of the 654th Bombardment Squadron, 25th Bomb Group Rcn at Watton, UK ... Since 25th Bomb Group personnel flew Joan-Eleanor missions for OSS, Watton wished credit for these in monthly operational tabulations ... the rear-fuselage compartment, aft of the bomb-bay, was fitted with an oxygen system and modified to accept the SSTR-6 transceiver and wire recorder, with an operator sitting on a cramped seat, and ...
Jersey Bounce
... first examples was a B-24D Liberator that served in the Eighth Air Force with the 93rd Bomb Group at Alconbury, England, in 1942 and 1943 (pictured) ... It was also the name of two B-17 Flying Fortress bombers in the 303rd Bomb Group stationed at Molesworth, England during World War II ... labeled "the hardest hit ship of the 358th Bomb Squadron (VK-K)" ...

Famous quotes containing the words group and/or bomb:

    There is nothing in the world that I loathe more than group activity, that communal bath where the hairy and slippery mix in a multiplication of mediocrity.
    Vladimir Nabokov (1899–1977)

    [A] Dada exhibition. Another one! What’s the matter with everyone wanting to make a museum piece out of Dada? Dada was a bomb ... can you imagine anyone, around half a century after a bomb explodes, wanting to collect the pieces, sticking it together and displaying it?
    Max Ernst (1891–1976)