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  1. IX Air Force Service Command

    IX Air Force Service Command

    Command
    The IX Air Force Service Command performed two functions: supplying the Ninth Air Force, and maintenance and major repair of airplanes and other equipment....

  2. IX Air Force Troop Carrier Command

  3. IX Air Support Command

  4. IX Bomber Command

  5. IX Engineer Command

  6. IX Fighter Command

  7. IX Tactical Air Command

  8. Maintenance Division

  9. Maintenance Division (Base Air Depot 1)

  10. Maintenance Division (Base Air Depot 2)

  11. Map Depot Detachment 1 (942nd Engineer Topographic Battalion)

  12. Map Depot Detachment 2 (942nd Engineer Topographic Battalion)

  13. Medical Detachment (Army Air Force Station 594)

  14. Medical Detachment, Detachment A (2106th Ordnance Ammunition Battalion)

  15. Medical Detachment, Detachment A (2107th Ordnance Ammunition Battalion)

  16. Medical Detachment, Detachment B (2106th Ordnance Ammunition Battalion)

  17. Medical Detachment, Detachment B (2107th Ordnance Ammunition Battalion)

  18. Medical Section (831st Engineer Aviation Battalion)

  19. Military Admin Section (Base Air Depot 1)

  20. Military Admin Section (Base Air Depot 2)

  21. Night Leaflet Squadron

    Night Leaflet Squadron

    Squadron
    The 422nd Bomb Squadron of the 305th Bomb Group became the Night Leaflet Squadron in September 1943. Their nickname was the "Newsboys of the Eighth". The Squadron began by dropping bundles of leaflets by hand out of the aircraft. Then a system was...

  22. No 1 Combat Crew Replacement Center

    No 1 Combat Crew Replacement Center

    Unit
    Redesignated from No 11 Combat Crew Replacement Center on 12 November 1943....

  23. No 11 Combat Crew Replacement Center

    No 11 Combat Crew Replacement Center

    Unit
    Established as a provisional unit at Bovingdon on 27 August 1942, and equipped with B-17Es transferred from the 92nd Bomb Group....

  24. No 12 Combat Crew Replacement Center

    No 12 Combat Crew Replacement Center

    Unit
    Established as a provisional unit at Cheddington on 27 August 1942 and equipped with some B-17F Flying Fortresses transferred from the 92nd Bomb Group. Did not become active until June 1943. ...

  25. No 2 Combat Crew Replacement Center

    No 2 Combat Crew Replacement Center

    Unit
    Redesignated from No 12 Combat Crew Replacement Center on 15 November 1943....

  26. No 3 Combat Crew Replacement Center

    No 3 Combat Crew Replacement Center

    Unit
    Established as 2902nd Combat Crew Replacement Center Group on 23 August 1943 at Toome. Opened on 20 September 1943 to provide theatre indoctrination to B-26 Marauder crews. ...

  27. No 4 Combat Crew Replacement Center

    No 4 Combat Crew Replacement Center

    Unit
    Established as 2915th Combat Crew Replacement Center Group on 1 October 1943 at Cluntoe to provide additional source training to B-17 Flying Fortress replacement crews. ...

  28. No 5 Combat Crew Replacement Center

    No 5 Combat Crew Replacement Center

    Unit
    Established in December 1943 at Greencastle to train B-24 replacement crews. ...

  29. No 6 Combat Crew Replacement Center

    No 6 Combat Crew Replacement Center

    Unit
    Established on 16 December 1943 at Mullaghmore for bomber training activities. ...

  30. No. 1 British Flying Training School

  31. No. 121 'Eagle' Squadron

    No. 121 'Eagle' Squadron

    Squadron
    'On 14 May 1941, No. 121 was reformed at Kirton-in-Lindsey as the second 'Eagle' Squadron to be manned by American volunteers. Equipped with Hurricanes, it began defensive patrols in October but in November it converted to Spitfires. It moved to North...

  32. No. 133 'Eagle' Squadron

    No. 133 'Eagle' Squadron

    Squadron
    'On 1 August 1941, No. 133 reformed at Coltishall as the third 'Eagle' Squadron manned by American personnel. Equipped with Hurricanes it became operational at the end of September. The next month the Squadron moved to Northern Ireland, returning to...

  33. No. 427 Squadron RCAF

  34. No. 431 Squadron RCAF

  35. No. 71 'Eagle' Squadron

    No. 71 'Eagle' Squadron

    Squadron
    'On 19 September 1940, No. 71 was reformed at Church Fenton as the first 'Eagle' Squadron to be manned by American personnel. The Squadron received Hurricanes in November and became operational on defensive duties on 5 February 1941. No. 71 converted...

  36. OSS

    OSS

    Misc

  37. Ordnance Depot O-614

  38. Ordnance Depot O-615

  39. Provisional Training Center

    Provisional Training Center

    Unit
    Established at Hethel in March 1943 to provide ground schooling on aerial gunnery. The first course completed in April 1943 was attended by 83 men, many of whom had performed ground duties with the 2nd Bomb Wing and had volunteered to transfer to air...

  40. Quartermaster Depot Q-101

  41. Quartermaster Depot Q-104

  42. Quartermaster Depot Q-105

  43. Quartermaster Depot Q-107

  44. Quartermaster Depot Q-108

  45. Quartermaster Section (General Depot G-23)

  46. Radio Counter Measures Squadron

    Radio Counter Measures Squadron

    Squadron
    The Radio Counter Measures detachment, formed in January 1944, used Carpet and Mandrel jamming apparatus to hinder German radio communication and use of radar to detect aircraft. The personnel were initially drawn from regular squadrons and received...

  47. Reconnaissance Group (Provisional)

  48. SMW

    SMW

    Misc

  49. Scouting Force (Experimental) (SFX)

    Scouting Force (Experimental) (SFX)

    Squadron
    Formed by Col. Peaslee following presentation of his theory to Gen. Doolittle. The purpose of the Scouting Force concept was for experienced, tour expired lead bomber pilots, escorted by volunteer fighter pilots, to fly ahead of bomber formations to...

  50. Section Detachment (Army Air Force Station 594)