World War II Insignia - 67th Bombardment Squadron - 8x8 Print

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A remastered illustration of the insignia for the 67th Bombardment Squadron from World War 2

Established in early 1941 as a B-24 Liberator heavy bombardment squadron, it trained under the Third Air Force in the southeastern United States. After the Pearl Harbor Attack, it engaged in anti-submarine patrols over the Gulf of Mexico.

Deployed to the European Theater of Operations (ETO), it was assigned to the Eighth Air Force (VIII Bomber Command) in England during the summer of 1942. One of the first B-24 Liberator units assigned to the ETO, the squadron was engaged in very long range strategic bombardment missions over Occupied Europe and Nazi Germany, attacking strategic targets in France, Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany. Among the targets attacked were submarine installations, industrial establishments, airfields, harbors and shipyards.

Printed on 80lb matte cover stock and sent in a flat mailer.