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320th Bomb Squadron 90th Bomb Group B-24J Model

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Description

320th Bomb Squadron 90th Bomb Group B-24J Model

Fly again with the 320th Bomb Squadron 90th Bomb Group in this hand crafted B-24J Model. Each piece is carved from wood and hand painted to provide a piece you’ll love.

Wingspan – 18 inches

320th Bomb Squadron

320th Bombardment Squadron emblem (approved 27 March 1943) 320th Bombardment Squadron “Jolly Rogers” patch. The 320th Missile Squadron is a United States Air Force unit. It is assigned to the 90th Operations Group, stationed at F.E. Warren AFB, Wyoming.

Lineage
Constituted as the 320 Bombardment Squadron (Heavy) on 28 January 1942
Activated on 15 April 1942
Redesignated 320 Bombardment Squadron, Heavy on 6 March 1944
Inactivated on 27 January 1946
Redesignated 320 Bombardment Squadron, Very Heavy on 11 June 1947
Activated on 1 July 1947
Inactivated on 6 September 1948
Redesignated 320 Bombardment Squadron, Medium on 20 December 1950
Activated on 2 January 1951
Redesignated 320 Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, Medium on 16 June 1952
Discontinued on 20 June 1960
Redesignated 320 Strategic Missile Squadron (ICBM-Minuteman) on 30 July 1963 (not organized)
Organized on 8 January 1964
Redesignated 320 Missile Squadron on 1 September 1991

Assignments
90th Bombardment Group, 15 April 1942 – 27 January 1946
90th Bombardment Group, 1 July 1947 – 6 September 1948
90th Bombardment Group, 2 January 1951 (attached to 90th Bombardment Wing after 16 February 1951)
90th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, 16 June 1952 – 20 June 1960
Strategic Air Command, 30 July 1963 (not organized)
90th Strategic Missile Wing, 8 January 1964
90th Operations Group, 1 September 1991 – present
Stations
Key Field, Mississippi, 15 April 1942
Barksdale Field, Louisiana, 17 May 1942
Greenville Army Air Base, South Carolina, 21 June 1942
Willow Run Airport, Michigan, 9–23 August 1942
Kipapa Airfield, Hawaii, 12 September 1942
Iron Range Airfield, Queensland, Australia, c. 4 November 1942
Jackson Airfield (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea, 10 February 1943
Dobodura Airfield Complex, New Guinea, December 1943
Nadzab Airfield Complex, New Guinea, c. 23 February 1944
Mokmer Airfield, Biak Island, Netherlands East Indies, c. 10 August 1944
McGuire Field, Mindoro, Philippines, 27 January 1945
Ie Shima Airfield, Okinawa, 10 August 1945
Fort William McKinley, Luzon, Philippines, 23 November 1945 – 27 January 1946
Andrews Field (later Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland, 1 July 1947 – 6 September 1948
Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington, 2 January 1951
Forbes Air Force Base, Kansas, 14 March 1951 – 20 June 1960
Francis E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyoming, 8 January 1964 – present

Aircraft and missiles

Consolidated B-24 Liberator (1942–1945)
Boeing RB-29 Superfortress (1951–1954)
Boeing RB-47E Stratojet (1954–1960)
LGM-30B Minuteman I (1964–1974)
LGM-30G Minuteman III (1973–present)