Constituted as 94th Combat Bombardment Wing (Heavy) on 2 Nov 1943. Activated in England on 12 Dec 1943. Assigned to Eighth AF. Served in combat in the European theater until Apr 1945. Received a DUC for an attack on German aircraft factories on 11 Jan 1944. Disbanded in England on 18 Jun 1945.
Groups. 351st: 1943-1945. 401st: 1943-1945. 457th: 1944-1945.
Stations. Polebrook, England, 12 Dec 1943; Alconbury, England, 12-18 Jun 1945.
Commanders. Brig Gen Julius K Lacey, 12 Dec 1943; Col Eugene A Romig, 6-15 Jun 1945.
Campaigns. Air Offensive, Europe; Normandy; Northern France; Rhineland; Ardennes-Alsace; Central-Europe.
Decorations. Distinguished Unit Citation: Germany, 11 Jan 1944.
Data from Air Force Combat Units of World War II By Maurer, Maurer, Published 1986
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