Contents 1 Heraldry 2 History 2.1 World War II 2.1.1 Antisubmarine Warfare 2.1.2 B-29 Superfortress era 2.2 Strategic Air Command 2.3 Operations and Decorations 2.4 Lineage 2.5 Assignments 2.6 Stations 2.7 Aircraft 3 References 4 External links

Heraldry[edit] Emblem: On and over a blue disc edged in gold a falcon affronte in red, white, and black, outlined in yellow, with wings displayed and carrying a yellow aerial bomb. (Approved 7 February 1942)

History[edit] World War II[edit] Antisubmarine Warfare[edit] Established in Puerto Rico, the unit was activated 1 April 1941 as the 44th Bombardment Squadron (Medium) and assigned to the 40th Bombardment Group (Medium). It trained with borrowed B-18 Bolo medium bombers and slowly receiced its own equipment. Following the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor, the Squadron was ordered to Panama, and arrived at Balboa, Panama Canal Zone, on 5 June 1942. On 2 July 1942, the unit was redesignated as the 44th Bombardment Squadron (Heavy), following the air echelon's move to Guatemala City Air Base, Guatemala on 23 June. There the unit transitioned onto Boeing B-17E Flying Fortresses and, following familiarization with the much larger and complex aircraft, were almost immediately tasked with antisubmarine patrols duties between Guatemala City and the Galapagos Islands, the third-longest patrol route ever assigned any unit of the Air Corps to that time.[1] By 7 March 1943, still at Guatemala City, the Squadron had a mix of five B-17Es and three Consolidated B-24D Liberators. By 11 April, all of the B-17Es were transferred out and replaced by B-24Ds. The unit was moved to Howard Field, Panama Canal Zone on 19 May 1943 in preparation for its return to the United States, as the need for such a large number of bomber squadrons on the Pacific patrol routes had diminished. The unit left the Sixth Air Force on 15 June 1943. B-29 Superfortress era[edit] Assigned to Pratt Army Airfield, Kansas in July 1943, being re-manned with new personnel. Received prototype and early production-model B-29 Superfortress very heavy bombers. Trained under Second Air Force for an extended period due to Boeing technicians making modifications of B-29 aircraft. Deployed to the new XX Bomber Command as part of the 58th Bombardment Wing in the China-Burma-India Theater, flying to bases in India via South Atlantic Transport route; across central Africa, Arabia to Karachi. Additional modifications of B-29s were necessary in India to accommodate very high ground temperatures (115 degrees F). From airfields in eastern India, engaged in very long range bombardment raids on Japan. The squadron participated in the first American Air Force attack on the Japanese Home Islands since the 1942 Doolittle raid on 15/16 June 1944, attacking the Imperial Iron and Steel Works at Yawata on Kyushu by using its forward staging base at Hsinching Airfield (A-1), China, for refueling.[2] Performed a total of nine missions to Japan, also engaged in very long range attacks against enemy targets in Thailand, Manchuria, Borneo, Formosa, Burma, Malaya, Japanese-occupied China, Singapore, Saigon and Cam Rahn Bay, French Indochina. Also engaged in aerial mining of Japanese-occupied seaports in Thailand Malaya and French Indochina.[2] Advance of American forces in the Central Pacific though the Northern Mariana Islands made new airfields available within the effective bombing range of Japan. Moved to West Field on Tinian in April 1945, becoming part of the new XXI Bomber Command. From the Marianas, engaged in very long range strategic attacks on Japan, its first mission being on 5 May 1945 against the Hiro Naval Aircraft Factory in Kure. Air attacks over Japan were initially high-altitude daylight bombing missions against industrial, transportation and military targets, largely ineffective due to high upper level winds dispersing bombs over a wide area. By July, began low-level large area night incendiary raids on urban areas, and dropped mines in Japanese shipping lanes. Continued aerial assaults until the Japanese Capitulation in August 1945, final combat mission taking place on August 9/10th attacking the Hikari Naval Arsenal.[2] After V-J Day, the squadron dropped food and supplies to Allied prisoners in Japan, Korea, and Formosa, and took part in show-of-force missions. Demobilized on Tinian in 1946, aircraft being returned to the United States for storage. Inactivated as a paper unit in October. Strategic Air Command[edit] Reactivated in 1953 under Strategic Air Command, receiving then second-line B-29s for training and organization. Replaced the propeller-driven B-29s with new B-47E Stratojet swept-wing medium bombers in 1954, capable of flying at high subsonic speeds and primarily designed for penetrating the airspace of the Soviet Union. In the late 1950s, the B-47 was considered to be reaching obsolescence, and was being phased out of SAC's strategic arsenal. Began sending aircraft to other B-47 wings as replacements in early 1964, being one of the last SAC squadrons equipped with the Stratojet. Inactivated in September when the last aircraft was retired. Operations and Decorations[edit] Combat Operations: Antisubmarine patrols, Dec 1941-May 1943. Combat in CBI, 5 Jun 1944 – 29 Mar 1945, and Western Pacific, 5 May-14 Aug 1945. Campaigns: Antisubmarine, American Theater; India-Burma; Air Offensive, Japan; China Defensive; Western Pacific; Central Burma. Decorations: Distinguished Unit Citations: Yawata, Japan, 20 Aug 1944; Japan, 5–14 May 1945; Japan, 24 Jul 1945. Lineage[edit] Constituted 44th Bombardment Squadron (Medium) on 22 November 1940 Activated on 1 April 1941 Redesignated: 44th Bombardment Squadron (Heavy) on 7 May 1942 Redesignated: 44th Bombardment Squadron (Very Heavy) on 20 November 1943 Inactivated on 1 October 1946 Redesignated 44th Bombardment Squadron (Medium) on g May 1952 Activated on 28 May 1952 Inactivated on 1 September 1964 Assignments[edit] 40th Bombardment Group, 1 April 1941 – 1 October 1946[3] 40th Bombardment Wing, 28 May 1952 – 1 September 1964 Stations[edit] Borinquen Field, Puerto Rico, 1 April 1941 Howard Field, Canal Zone, 16 June 1942 Guatemala City AB, Guatemala, 6 July 1942 Howard Field, Canal Zone, C. 4–15 June 1943 Pratt AAF, Kansas, 1 July 1943 – 12 March 1944 Chakulia AB, India, c. 11 April 1944-April 1945 West Field, Tinian, April-7 November 1945 March Field, California, 27 November 1945 Davis-Monthan Field, Arizona, c. 13 May-1 October 1946 Smoky Hill AFB, Kansas, 28 May 1952 Forbes AFB, Kansas, 20 June 1960 – 1 September 1964 Aircraft[edit] B-18 Bolo, 1941–1942 B-17 Flying Fortress, 1942–1944 B-24 Liberator, 1942–1943 B-26 Marauder, 1943–1944 YB-29 Superfortress, 1943–1944 B-29 Superfortress, 1944–1946; 1953–1954 B-47 Stratojet, 1954–1964

References[edit] United States Air Force portal Military of the United States portal World War II portal  This article incorporates public domain material from the Air Force Historical Research Agency website Notes ^ Conaway, William. "44th Bombardment Squadron (Heavy)". VI Bomber Command In Defense Of The Panama Canal 1941–45. Retrieved 2013-11-23.  ^ a b c Mann, Robert A. (2009), The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive Registry of the Planes and Their Missions, McFarland, ISBN 0-7864-4458-4 ^ Conaway, William. "40th Bombardment Group (Heavy)". VI Bomber Command In Defense Of The Panama Canal 1941–45. Retrieved 2013-11-23.  Sources Maurer, Maurer, ed. (1982) [1969]. Combat Squadrons of the Air Force, World War II (PDF) (reprint ed.). Washington, DC: Office of Air Force History. ISBN 0-405-12194-6. LCCN 70605402. OCLC 72556. Archived from the original (PDF) on 25 March 2009.  Hagedorn, Dan (1995). Alae supra canalem = Wings over the canal: the Sixth Air Force and the Antilles Air Command. Paducah, KY: Turner Pub. Co. ISBN 978-1-56311-153-2 Mayborn, Mitch (1971). The Boeing B-29 Superfortress (Aircraft in Profile 101). Leatherhead, UK: Profile Publications (reprint). OCLC 36547156 Conaway, William. "VI Bomber Command In Defense Of The Panama Canal 1941–45". Planes and Pilots Of World War Two. 

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