New Sub Category needed for United States Army Air Corps, World War II

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351th Bomb Group, United States Army Air Corps, World War II

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WikiTree profile: Robert MacKay
asked in Policy and Style by Kevin Conroy G2G6 Mach 2 (29.4k points)
recategorized by Jillaine Smith

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Interesting that this was brought up, as I was just working on the profile for Gerald Lee Andersen from the 384th.

It appears that the categories need a couple tweaks, but I have gone ahead and set up the category needed:

[[Category:351st Bombardment Group, United States Army Air Corps, World War II]]

Would you happen to know which Squadron you need as well?

  • 508th: 1942-1945; 1947-1949
  • 509th: 1942-1945; 1947-1948
  • 510th: 1942-1945; 1947-1948
  • 511th: 1942-1945; 1947-1949
  • 434th: 1948-1949
answered by Steven Harris G2G6 Pilot (171k points)
edited by Steven Harris
This is all the info I have at this time.
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The 20th Air Force's five wings were divided into 20 Bomb Groups. This is the history of one of those Groups. The 39th - stationed on Guam, the southernmost island in the Marianas:

answered by Alexis Nelson G2G6 Mach 1 (19.4k points)

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