Bombardment Wing

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19th Operations Group - History - Assignments
... IX Corps Area, 24 June 1932 1st Wing (later, 1st Bombardment Wing), 2 March 1935 IV Bomber Command, 19 September 1941 Far East Air Force (United States), c ... March 1942 V Bomber Command, September 1942 15th Bombardment Training Wing, 9 December 1942 16th Bombardment Wing, 3 January 1943 46th Bombardment Operational Training Wing, 4 September 1943 ...
Strategic Air Command In The United Kingdom - B-36 Deployments
... The first B-36Ds deployed to England were those of the 7th Bombardment Group which were based at RAF Lakenheath during exercise OPERATION UK held in January 1951 ... occasion, an RB-36H (51–5744) of the 72d Bombardment Wing was making a fly-by during RAF St Mawgan's Battle of Britain display (September 1952) when it developed engine ... The 42nd Bombardment Wing visited RAF Upper Heyford and RAF Burtonwood between 15 and 23 September 1954 and later the entire wing deployed to RAF Upper Heyford ...
Schilling Air Force Base - History - Major Units Assigned
346th Bombardment Group, 1942–1943 400th Bombardment Group, 1943 58th Bombardment Wing, 1943–1944 472d Bombardment Group, 1943 73d Bombardment Wing, 1943–1944 XX Bomber Command, 1943–1944 17th ... Transferred to 15th Air Force March 31, 1946) 49th Combat Bomb Wing Provisional 92nd Bombardment Group, (VH) 1946-1947 485th Bombardment Group 828th Bombardment Squadron 97th. 340th Bombardment Squadron 247th Army Air Force Base Unit (AAFBU) 301st Bombardment Group, 1947–1949 40th Bombardment Wing, 1952–1960 310th Bombardment (lat ...
Schilling Air Force Base - History - B-29 Superfortress Development
... The 58th Bombardment Wing was moved to Smoky Hill AAF on 15 September 1943 from Marietta, Georgia and the mission at the airfield changed from heavy ... The first Superfortress wing initially had 5 groups (the 40th, 444th, 462d, 468th, and 472d) ... At the same time, a new wing, the 73d Bombardment Wing, was added to the XX Bomber Command with four more groups to absorb the second batch of 150 Superfortress, and three additional airfields (Pratt ...
465th Bombardment Wing
... The 465th Bombardment Wing is an inactive United States Air Force unit ... Originally activated in 1943 as the 465th Bombardment Group as a World War II United States Army Air Forces combat organization ... and allotted to the Air Force Reserve, the group was reactivated as the 465th Troop Carrier Wing, Medium during the 1950s ...

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