Bombardment Squadron

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Cloncurry Airport - History - World War II - List of Wartime Military Units Based At Cloncurry Aerodrome
1 June 1942 – 11 September 1942 USAAF 19th Bombardment Group B-17 Flying Fortress HQ 19th Bomb Group assigned to Essendon Airport, Melbourne, Victoria 28th Bombardment Squadron, (28 March-5 May 1942 ...
Aerial Engagements Of The Second Sino-Japanese War - CACW Composition
... Chinese-American Composite Wing (CACW) 1st Bombardment Group 1st Bombardment Squadron 2nd Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Squadron 4th Bombardment ...
Cape Field At Fort Glenn - History - Aleutian Islands Campaign
... In response, the P-40s of the 11th Fighter Squadron from Fort Glenn AAB along with Naval land-based fighters attacked the Japanese aircraft ... Eleventh Air Force also dispatched B-26 Marauder medium bombers of the 77th Bombardment Squadron ... Known Air Force units deployed to Fort Glenn were 28th Bombardment Group 21st Bombardment Squadron, LB-30 Liberator Assigned to Hamilton Field, California, TDY to Fort Glenn AAB beginning 11 June 1942 ...
Albert Francis Hegenberger - Biography - Air Service and Air Corps
... Hegenberger transferred overseas to the 72nd Bombardment Squadron at Luke Field, Hawaii, in October 1923, and later served as operations officer of the 5th ... In March 1925, he was transferred to the 5th's 23rd Bombardment Squadron ... He joined the 30th Bombardment Squadron at Rockwell Field, San Diego, California, in August 1935, and was made squadron commander in October ...
List Of Military Units Of Clark Air Base - Major Units Assigned - World War II (1941)
28 October – 24 December 1941) V Bomber Command, 14 November – 24 December 1941 20th Pursuit Squadron, July – December 1941 (P-40B) 14th Bombardment Squadron ...

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    Well gentlemen, this is it. This is what we’ve been waiting for. Tonight your target is Tokyo. And you’re gonna play ‘em the Star Spangled Banner with two-ton bombs. All you’ve got to do is to remember what you’ve learned and follow your squadron leaders. They’ll get you in, and they’ll get you out. Any questions? All right that’s all. Good luck to you. Give ‘em hell.
    Dudley Nichols (1895–1960)