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94th Bomb Group
94th Bomb Group was activated on the 15th June 1942 at McDill Field, FL. The air echelon went overseas on 1st April 1943 with the ground crews moving to Camp Kilmer, NJ. on the 17th April and sailing on HMS Queen Elizabeth on 5th May 1943, arriving in Greenock, Scotland on 11th May 1943.
94th Bomb Group was based at Bassingbourn for a short time, moving to Earls Colne, then to the recently built Rougham Airfield which was more suited to B-17 operations. 324 operational missions, were flown, numbering 8884 sorties with a total bomb tonnage of 18,924 tons being dropped with the loss of 153 aircraft. The group was awarded two Distinguished Unit Citations for operations over Regensburg on the 17th Aug 1943 and Brunswick on the 11th January 1944
Squadrons during the Second World War.
- 331st Bombardment Squadron
- 332nd Bombardment Squadron
- 333rd Bombardment Squadron
- 410th Bombardment Squadron
Airfields this group flew from.
- McDill Field, FL. - 15th June to 29th June 1942
- Bassingbourn, England. - April to May 1943
- Earls Colne, England - May to June 1943
- Rougham, Burys St Edmunds, England - June 1943 to 12th Dec 1945.
2nd Lt Charles Matthew "Chuck" Eberhardt 410th Squadron 8th Airborne, 94th Bomber Group
My father, Charles (Chuck) Eberhardt, was a POW at Stalag Luft 3 and I am looking for any other POW who may recall him. Please send any info to me at email@example.com or call me at 972-567-0029. ThanksMike Eberhardt
Lt Charles Eberhardt 410th Squadron 94th Bomb Group
Does anyone know if a list of Stalag Luft 3 POWS exists which identifies which ones were housed together?Michael Eberhardt
S/Sgt. Racine Black 94th Bomber Group
I just read the story on this website of the crash landing of the B-17 called Little Sir Echo in England. My uncle was Racine Black the waist gunner. My aunt Wanda Shults was married to him and she is still living in Okemah, Oklahoma. I would love to get more history on my uncle and his crew of Little Sir Echo.M. Shults
Sidney A Mandel 331st Bombardment Squadron
I've know Sidney A. Mandel, Bombardier, 331st Bombardment Squadron, for almost 40 years. He is one of my real-life heroes. He will celebrate his 90th birthday in March.Richard Heltzel
List of those who served with the 94th Bomb Group during The Second World War
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