The 790th Bombardment Squadron is a former United States Army Air Forces unit. During World War II it was assigned to the 467th Bombardment Group, and engaged in the strategic bombing campaign against Germany. After V-E Day, the squadron returned to the United States and transitioned into the Boeing B-29 Superfortress. It was inactivated on 4 August 1946 at Clovis Army Air Field, New Mexico in March 1946 and its resources were transferred to another unit.

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  • The 790th Bombardment Squadron is a former United States Army Air Forces unit. During World War II it was assigned to the 467th Bombardment Group, and engaged in the strategic bombing campaign against Germany. After V-E Day, the squadron returned to the United States and transitioned into the Boeing B-29 Superfortress. It was inactivated on 4 August 1946 at Clovis Army Air Field, New Mexico in March 1946 and its resources were transferred to another unit. (en)
  • The 790th Bombardment Squadron is a former United States Army Air Forces unit as a Consolidated B-24 Liberator squadron in 1943. After training in the United States, it moved to the European Theater of Operations the following year. During World War II it was assigned to the 467th Bombardment Group, and engaged in the strategic bombing campaign against Germany. After V-E Day, the squadron returned to the United States and transitioned into the Boeing B-29 Superfortress. It was inactivated on 4 August 1946 at Clovis Army Air Field, New Mexico in March 1946 and its resources were transferred to another unit. (en)
  • The 790th Bombardment Squadron is a former United States Army Air Forces unit, established as a Consolidated B-24 Liberator squadron in 1943. After training in the United States, it moved to the European Theater of Operations the following year. During World War II it was assigned to the 467th Bombardment Group, and engaged in the strategic bombing campaign against Germany. After V-E Day, the squadron returned to the United States and transitioned into the Boeing B-29 Superfortress. It was inactivated on 4 August 1946 at Clovis Army Air Field, New Mexico in March 1946 and its resources were transferred to another unit. (en)
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  • The 790th Bombardment Squadron is a former United States Army Air Forces unit. During World War II it was assigned to the 467th Bombardment Group, and engaged in the strategic bombing campaign against Germany. After V-E Day, the squadron returned to the United States and transitioned into the Boeing B-29 Superfortress. It was inactivated on 4 August 1946 at Clovis Army Air Field, New Mexico in March 1946 and its resources were transferred to another unit. (en)
  • The 790th Bombardment Squadron is a former United States Army Air Forces unit as a Consolidated B-24 Liberator squadron in 1943. After training in the United States, it moved to the European Theater of Operations the following year. During World War II it was assigned to the 467th Bombardment Group, and engaged in the strategic bombing campaign against Germany. After V-E Day, the squadron returned to the United States and transitioned into the Boeing B-29 Superfortress. It was inactivated on 4 August 1946 at Clovis Army Air Field, New Mexico in March 1946 and its resources were transferred to another unit. (en)
  • The 790th Bombardment Squadron is a former United States Army Air Forces unit, established as a Consolidated B-24 Liberator squadron in 1943. After training in the United States, it moved to the European Theater of Operations the following year. During World War II it was assigned to the 467th Bombardment Group, and engaged in the strategic bombing campaign against Germany. After V-E Day, the squadron returned to the United States and transitioned into the Boeing B-29 Superfortress. It was inactivated on 4 August 1946 at Clovis Army Air Field, New Mexico in March 1946 and its resources were transferred to another unit. (en)
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