70th Bombardment Squadron

Emblem of the World War II 70th Bombardment Squadron. The 70th Flying Training Squadron (70 FTS) is Reserve unit of the United States Air Force.
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This is the story of the 70th Bombardment Squadron, a lone squadron of the U.S. Army Air Corps, which flew its B-26 aircraft "island hopping" across the Pacific. 70th Bombardment Squadron
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Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama. Here, I learned about the Morning Report, Sick Report, Squadron Fund, Bulletin Board and Pay Table from Sergeant Hathorn, who was then our First Sergeant. Prior to the attack, very few of us had even heard of Pearl Harbor, or knew where it was. Each squadron had one officer: Second Lieutenants Doerr, Bacon and Stefonowicz. The tail gunner was badly shot up in legs.