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Moved to the Southwest Pacific, via Capetown, Feb-Mar 1942. Became part of Fifth AF. Equipped first with B-17's, but converted to B-24's, May-Sep 1943. Operated from Australia, New Guinea, and Owi Island, Aug 1941-Nov 1944, making numerous attacks on Japanese shipping in the Netherlands East Indies and the Bismarck Archipelago. Experimented with skip bombing and used this method for some shipping strikes, including attacks on Japanese vessels during the Battle of the Bismarck Sea, 2-4 Mar 1943; received a DUC for participation in this latter action in which repeated air attacks destroyed a large enemy convoy carrying reinforcements to New Guinea. Other operations during this period included support for ground forces on New Guinea; attacks on airfields and installations in New Guinea, the Bismarck Archipelago, Celebes, Halmahera, Yap, Palau, and the southern Philippines; and long-range raids against oil refineries on Ceram and Borneo. Capt Jay Zeamer Jr, pilot, and 2nd Lt Joseph R Sarnoski, bombardier, each won the Medal of Honor for action during a photographic mapping mission over the Solomon Islands on 16 Jun 1943: when the mission was nearly completed, their aircraft was assaulted by about 20 interceptors; although painfully wounded, Lt Sarnoski remained at the nose guns and fired at the enemy until he died at his post; sustaining severe injuries, Capt Zeamer maneuvered the plane until the enemy had broken combat, then directed the flight to a base more than 500 miles away. After moving to the Philippines in Nov 1944, the group atttacked shipping along the Asiatic coast; struck industries, airfields, and installations in China and Formosa; and supported ground forces on Luzon. Moved to Ie Shima in Jul 1945 and conducted missions against airfields and railways in Japan and against shipping in the Inland Sea and the Sea of Japan. Returned to the Philippines in in Dec 1945. Inactivated on 29 Apr 1946.

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The 65th Bombardment Squadron is an inactive United States Air Force unit. It was last assigned to the 72d Strategic Wing (Provisional), based at Andersen AFB, Guam. It was inactivated on 15 November 1973. Established in 1940 and activated in 1941 as a bomber squadron, assigned to the GHQ Air Force Northeast Air District. Trained and was equipped with both early model B-17C/D Flying Fortress heavy bombers and B-18 Bolo medium bombers at Langley Field, and flew training missions over the Mid-Atlantic States. After the Pearl Harbor Attack, was deployed to New England and began flying antisubmarine missions from Bangor Airport over the Newfoundland Straits and performing aerial convoy patrols over the North Atlantic shipping lanes. Deployed to Australia in February 1942, being assigned to the new Fifth Air Force being formed after the withdraw from the Philippines of remaining heavy bombers. The squadron reached Australia in March 1942, but did not enter combat until September, when it finally had a reasonable complement of aircraft. From then until November 1944 the squadron operated in support of the campaign in Papua New Guinea, first from Australia, then from New Guinea and Owi Island, concentrated in particular in attacks on shipping. The unit experimented with low level skip bombing, using this tactic at the Battle of the Bismarck Sea, 2–4 March 1943 with some success.

Tags: aircraft, aviator, germany, german, jap

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Another entry into the 'Aviation Pinup Series' featuring each branch of the US Military... featuring model Kayla, the Army Air Force, and the often overlooked bomber of WW2... the Consolidated B-24 Liberator! First flown in 1939, this four engine bomber was the most produced bomber and multi-engine aircraft in history with over 19,000 aircraft built... over 6,300 more than the B-17 Flying Fortress. The B-24 was used in many different roles ranging from a strategic bomber, electronic warfare, transports, martime patrol, and much more. Military brass tended to prefer the B-24 for its versatility over the B-17, however the crews preferred the B-17. The B-24 was rapidly retired from service following WW2 because of the more modern B-29 Superfortress bombers. The B-24J (as pictured in this pinup) carried a crew of 11 and could fly a max speed of 290mph with a range of 2,100 miles. It was loaded with 10 .50 Cal machine guns in different positions and had a retractable ball turret on the belly which would also be released it necessary. This pinup is part of a new 'simple' type of aviation pinup that I'll be doing more of in the coming months using Army Air Force, Navy, and Marine aircraft ranging from fighters to transports to bombers. Each will feature a pinup with an aircraft and the matching US insignia for that aircraft as we go through each branch of the service honoring the pilots and aircraft of WW2. The background will also be themed to the aircraft's color schemes during the war.

Tags: girl, us-army-air-force, army-air-force, ww2, bomber

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Military On the Wiki Wiki Activity Random page Videos Images Chat Forum Maps Popular pages Community Contribute Watchlist Random page Recent changes 531st Bombardment Squadron 200,812pages on this wiki Edit Comments0 531st Bombardment Squadron 531st Bombardment Squadron - Emblem Emblem of the 531st Bombardment Squadron Country United States Branch United States Air Force Service history Active 1942-1962 2010 Role Bomber Part of United States Air Force/Strategic Air Command Battles World War II Korean war Commanders Insignia It was last assigned to the 380th Bombardment Wing, based at Plattsburgh AFB, New York. It was inactivated on 1 January 1962. Contents[show] HistoryEdit Established in late 1942 as a B-24 Liberator heavy bomb squadron; trained under Second Air Force in Texas, and later in Colorado. Deployed to the Southwest Pacific Area (SPA) in April 1943, being assigned to Fifth Air Force in Australia. From airfields in Australia, the squadron reached out to the Japanese installations in the Netherlands East Indies. Moved to the Philippines where the squadron operated in early 1945, then to Okinawa where combat operations ended after the Japanese Capitulation in August. After the war, squadron personnel were demobilized and returned to the United States, the B-24s sent to reclamation in the Philippines. Inactivated as a paper unit in early 1946.

Tags: b-47, fifth, 5th, medium, heavy

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Insignia for the famous 103rd BG (H) "Shiftless Skonks" (fictional) Just a made up patch in the style of the classic WWII bomb group and bomb squadron patches worn by USAAF 8th and 9th AF personnel in England.

Tags: 8th-air-force, b-24, b-17, army, air-force

103rd Bomb Group (H) Baseball T-Shirt

by LockheedSkunk
$26 $20
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Pierce the Heavens

Tags: gurren-lagann, tengen-toppa, kamina, drill, lagann

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Kill the dogs first. https://www.facebook.com/peanutgolem

Tags: bloodborne, dark-souls, thrash, death-metal, hardcore

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B Baseball T-Shirt

by SLAaronJames
$26 $20
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"Look, Mr. Bubbles. It's an angel! I can see light coming from his belly."

Tags: bioshock, big-daddy, rapture, little-sister, adam

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B Baseball T-Shirt

by SLAaronJames
$26 $20
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revenge of the carpenter

Tags: marvel, carpentry, the-punisher, woodworking

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You know what to do!

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Shut up and rush B Baseball T-Shirt

by JanzDesign
$26 $20

Tags: nbfitness, n-b-fitness, bodybuilding, gym, bodybuilder

N-B Fitness Baseball T-Shirt

by NBFitness
$26 $20
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The Steampunk Gals

Tags: girl, nerd, geek, comics, steampunk-fashion

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24 rug

Tags: texture, art, illustration, pattern, rug-pattern

24 Baseball T-Shirt

by NoreenSeabrook
$26 $20

Tags: art, street-artist, colombia, cmm, typography-apparel

24 Baseball T-Shirt

by teck24
$26 $20
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Unleash the power of 24 karat magic!

Tags: disney, disneyland, disneyworld, aladdin, genie

24 Karat Magic Baseball T-Shirt

by 7landsapparel
$26 $20

Tags: sports, lacrosse, jersey, sport, logo

STILINSKI 24 Baseball T-Shirt

by meunir
$26 $20

B Baseball T-Shirt

by SLAaronJames
$26 $20
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THE BLACK TAPES: NO GHOSTS B&W Art by Casey Bieda

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THE BLACK TAPES: NO GHOSTS B&W Baseball T-Shirt

by theblacktapespodcast
$26 $20
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Celebrating the legacy of one of the most under appreciated presidents in US History, the Architect of the Roaring 20's, Calvin Coolidge! A play on the classic Reagan Bush '84 campaign logo

Tags: conservative, reaganesque

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ABC Flying Letters

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B Baseball T-Shirt

by typealive
$26 $20
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She is just a small girl, but has no fear of capture. She has a Big Daddy down with her in Rapture.

Tags: drfaustusau, seuss, video-games, gaming, big-daddy

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b Baseball T-Shirt

by SLAaronJames
$26 $20

Tags: typography, monogram, style, b, alphabet

B Baseball T-Shirt

by Sinmara
$26 $20
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Details: https://goo.gl/0i3Z6z

Tags: work, art, letter, letters, letter-b

B. Baseball T-Shirt

by BGallardo13
$26 $20
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If you're like me, you're chubby around the clock.

Tags: fitness-health-club, health-club, exercise, body-pride, power-lifting

24 Hour Fatness Baseball T-Shirt

by TJ_Wiggles
$26 $20
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Banksters

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B Baseball T-Shirt

by SLAaronJames
$26 $20
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B Baseball T-Shirt

by SLAaronJames
$26 $20

Tags: mashup, pop-culture, nerd, geek

Doctor B Baseball T-Shirt

by KHallion
$26 $20
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Hey you blokeths! WHO regenerated, and this time, he's ginger!

Tags: doctor-who, tigger

Tags: saitama, one-punch, one, punch-out, anime

Class B Hero Baseball T-Shirt

by jkhuestis
$26 $20
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