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The 752d Bombardment Squadron is an inactive United States Air Force unit. Its last assignment was with the 458th Bombardment Group stationed at March Field, California.
752d Bombardment Squadron Wikipedia
Established as a B-24 Liberator strategic bombardment squadron in early 1943. Trained under Second Air Force. Deployed to European Theater of Operations and assigned to Eighth Air Force, 2d Bombardment Division. Performed strategic bombardment of enemy targets over European continent, February 1944 - July 1945. Most squadron personnel demobilized in Europe and returned to the United States.
Re-manned and re-equipped with B-29 Superfortress Very Heavy bomber and trained for deployment to Pacific, however war ended before unit could be deployed. Assigned to Continental Air Forces, however inactivated in October 1945.Constituted 752d Bombardment Squadron (Heavy) on 19 May 1943
Activated on 1 July 1943
Redesignated 752d Bombardment Squadron (Very Heavy)
on 5 August 1945
Inactivated on 17 October 1945.
458th Bombardment Group, 1 July 1943-17 October 1945.
Wendover Field, Utah, 1 July 1943
Gowen Field, Idaho, 28 July 1943
Kearns Center, Utah, 10 September 1943
Wendover Field, Utah, 15 September 1943
Tonopah Army Airfield, Nevada, 4 November 1943-1 January 1944
RAF Horsham St. Faith, England, 1 February 1944-3 July 1945
Sioux Falls Army Air Field, South Dakota, 15 July 1945
Walker Army Airfield, Kansas, 25 July 1945
March Field, California, 22 August-17 October 1945.
B-24 Liberator, 1943–1945
B-29 Superfortress, 1945