List of United States Air Force Bomb Squadrons

This is a list of United States Air Force Bomb Squadrons. It covers all squadrons that were constituted or redesignated as bomber squadron sometime during their active service. Today Bomb Squadrons are considered to be part of the Combat Air Force (CAF) along with fighter squadrons. Units in this list are assigned to nearly every Major Command in the United States Air Force. All the active Bomb Squadrons are in Bold.

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