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338th Fighter Group (USAAF)

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History

The 338th Fighter Group (USAAF) was a training unit that served with the Third Air Force from 1942 until 1944.

The group was constituted on 16 July 1942 and activated on 22 July 1942. at first it was used to train replacement pilots for a range of aircraft, including the P-39, P-40, P-47 and P-51, to fill gaps in existing combat units.

In September 1943 the group got rid of all of its aircraft apart from the P-47, which it operated for the rest of its existence.

The group was disbanded on 1 May 1944, as the USAAF changed its training system from one based on numbered groups to one based on Base Units.

Books

Pending

Aircraft

1942-September 1943: Bell P-39 Airacobra, Curtiss P-40 Warhawk, Republic P-47 Thunderbolt, North American P-51 Mustang
September 1943-May 1944: Republic P-47 Thunderbolt

Timeline

16 July 1942Constituted as 338th Fighter Group
22 July 1942Activated and assigned to Third Air Force
1 May 1944Disbanded

Commanders (with date of appointment)

2nd Lt Alfred T Bishop: 23 Jul 1942
Maj Robert B Richard: 7 Sep1942
Col Lee Q Wasser: 18 Sep 1942
LtCol Robert B Richard: 5 May 1943
Lt ColOswald W Lunde: 10 Aug 1943
Lt ColDale D Brannon: 11 Jan-1 May 194

Main Bases

Dale Mabry Field: Fla, 22 Jul1942-1 May 1944

Component Units

305th: 1942-1944
306th: 1942-1944
312th: 1942-1944
441st: 1943-1944

Assigned To

305th: 1942-1944
306th: 1942-1944
312th: 1942-1944
441st: 1943-1944


Dale Mabry Army Airfield

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58th Fighter Group P-40 Warhawks on the flight line

P-39 Aircobras assigned for pilot training

For the civil airport that served Tallahassee (1928-1961), see Dale Mabry Field

Dale Mabry Army Airfield, was a World War II United States Army Air Force located at the Dale Mabry Field airport in Tallahassee, Florida. The military airfield closed in 1946 and the airport was returned to civil use.


338th Fighter Group (USAAF) - History

Pilot 2nd Lt. E. M. Studley
Crashed January 22, 1944
MACR none

Aircraft History
Built by Lockheed Aircraft Corporation (LAC) in Burbank. Delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force (USAAF) as P-38 Lightning model and serial number unknown. Disassembled and shipped overseas to the South Pacific and reassembled.

Wartime History
Assigned to the 13th Air Force (13th AF), 347th Fighter Group (347th FG), 339th Fighter Squadron (339th FS). No known nickname or nose art.

Mission History
On January 22, 1944 took off piloted by 2nd Lt. E. M. Studley on a mission and was shot down.

Fates of the Pilot
Studley bailed out and landed in the sea and deployed his life raft.

Rescue
On January 22, 1944 rescued by PBY-5 Catalina pilotedd by Lt(jg) O. H. Patterson from VP-14 at roughly Lat 5° 35' South, Long 154° 00' East.

References
USS Coos Bay (AVP 25) War Diary - January 1944 page 1

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Current use [ edit | edit source ]

With the end of military control, the concreted areas and buildings of Fowlmere airfield were largely ground into aggregate and sold for local construction projects.

The T-2 hangar is still in use by a local farmer and there are a few decaying huts on the west side of Fowlmere village. Other than that, there is little else to indicate previous use of the site as an active fighter airfield. Only fragments of taxi-track remain, and part of a secondary runway is used for light aircraft [1].


338th Fighter Group (USAAF) - History

2nd Lt. Robert P. Rist
347th Fighter Group, 339th Fighter Squadron
P-38 Pilot Missing In Action (MIA)

Background
Robert Parker Rist was born on July 29, 1920 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. In 1926, at age six, his family moved to North Dakota. After graduating from high school there in 1938, he attended the University of North Dakota as a pre-med student, then transferred to the University of Minnesota until he quit college to enlist in the U. S. Army.

Wartime History
On January 20, 1942, he enlisted in the U. S. Army Air Forces (USAAF) as an aviation cadet with serial number 17062563. After graduating flight school he was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant with serial number O-730612 as a fighter pilot flying the P-38 Lightning.

In November 1942 sent overseas to the South Pacific. Assigned to the 13th Air Force, 347th Fighter Group (347th FG), 339th Fighter Squadron (339th FS) operating from Fighter 2 (Kukum) on Guadalcanal. On January 13, 1943 Rist flew his first combat mission. On February 10, 1943 he claimed his first aerial victory claimed to be a "Mitsubishi Ki-21 Sally".

Mission History
On February 13, 1943 took off from Fighter 2 (Kukum) on Guadalcanal piloting P-38G Lightning on a on an escort mission along with ten P-40s to escort six B-24s flying in two waves for a bombing missions against Japanese ships in the Shortland to Buin area. The escort also included seven P-40 Warhawks from the 44th Fighter Squadron. The weather was good with clear visibility.

Inbound to the target, two P-38s and three P-40s aborted the mission and returned to Guadalcanal, leaving four P-38s and seven P-40s to escort the bombers. Over the target area, the B-24s were attacked by 30 A6M Zeros and 15 float-equipped fighters (A6M2-N Rufes), with heavy flak fired by naval vessels below. B-24D Liberator 41-23975 was hit, its wing and engine on fire and dropped out of formation. Rist escorted it toward Choiseul. Ten to twelve A6M Zeros tried to finish it off. Rist claimed two Zeros, then, out of ammunition, continued to divert the attackers by diving on them.

His efforts enabled B-24D Liberator 41-23975 to fly his damaged B-24 to the north coast of Choiseul to ditch. Finally, Rist was shot down at approximately 12:30pm. Missing Air Crew Report 586 (MACR 586) states: "Last seen by Major Westbrook, 44th FG, with right engine smoking and Zeros on his tail." When this aircraft failed to return it was officially listed as Missing In Action (MIA).

Memorials
Rist was officially declared dead on December 15, 1945. He earned the Distinguished Flying Cross (DFC), Distinguished Service Cross (DSC) and Purple Heart, posthumously. He is memorialized at Manila American Cemetery on the tablets of the missing.

References
NARA World War II Army Enlistment Records - Robert P. Rist
347th Fighter Group Advanced Echelon APO 709 "Preliminary Intelligence Summary of Operations of Army Fighter Planes at Cactus - December 1, 1942 to February 17, 1943" February 21, 1943
(Page 3) "Date: 2/13 Type: P-38 How Lost: Lost in combat near Bougainville Pilot: Lt. Rist - missing."
Missing Air Crew Report 586 (MACR 586) created September 17, 1943
(Page 2) "6. Aircraft: Type model and serial: P-38G"
Kodochosho, 802 Kōkūtai, February 13, 1943
Kodochosho, 204 Kōkūtai, February 13, 1943
Kodochosho, 252 Kōkūtai, February 13, 1943
American Battle Monuments Commission (ABMC) - Robert P. Rist
FindAGrave - 1Lt Robert Parker “Bob” Rist (photo, tablets of the missing photo)
Guadalcanal and the Origins of the 13th Air Force, pages 180-181
Vampire Squadron (1985) by William H. Starke pages 25-26
Air & Space Magazine "Above & Beyond: A Bougainville Mystery by Paul A. Roales, November 2006
HEROS #1 in a series Lt. Robert P. Rist, Minneapolis Minnesota by Paul A. Roales
Thanks to Paul Roales for additional information


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Knights of the Reich: Twenty-Seven Most Highly Decorated Soldiers of the Wehrmacht in World War II. The 81st Training Wing is a wing of the United States Air Force and the host wing at Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi. The 81st Training Wing has the Air Force's largest Technical Training Group and trains more than 40,000 students annually. Airmen from the 81st TRG competed in the final quarterly open ranks inspection, regulation drill routine and freestyle drill routine. 1 Photographic Reconnaissance Unit No. There is also already a Dark Knights squadron in the USAF. Objective One Post One Location: Eastern Redoubt, Sector Four The Colonel pushed up the periscope, and then gestured to the driver, "Commence fire, for full effect. 2077 (MSN 2078) upgraded to B-17D standard Jan 1941. The Palace, where His Excellency the Governor resides, is an ancient Palace of the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem, and is situated in the main street of Valetta (the capital of Malta), Strada Reale, and opposite is the Guard, the centre of the city. The thermometer stood at 25 degrees below zero Centigrade. Congratulations to the 338th Training Squadron 'Dark Knights' who took first place for this quarters drill down, and to the 334th TRS 'Gators' who took first place for the year! Their son, Captain Marc Greco Carns, USAF, is the Deputy Staff Judge Advocate, 71st Wing, NSA, Fort Meade, MD. 81st Training Support Squadron (Falcons) 333d Training Squadron (Spartans) 334th Training Squadron (Gators) 335th Training Squadron (Bulls) 336th Training Squadron (Red Wolves) 338th Training Squadron (Dark Knights) 81st Mission Support Group . The 81st TRW's mission is to train, develop and inspire premier warfighters for the Air Force! Photos. Congratulations to the 338th Training Squadron 'Dark Knights' who took first place for this quarters drill down, and to the 334th TRS 'Gators' who took first place for the year! 338th Bomb Squadron. It covers units that spec. World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive collection ever assembled. The 338th TRS Dark Knights took first place this quarter, while the 334th TRS Gators took first place for the year. Pictorial cover. Royal Netherlands Air Force CH-47D Chinook, 298th Squadron (left inset) AS532UL Cougar, 300th Squadron (right insets) C-130H Hercules, 336th Squadron (main image) 154 155 In an effort to combat the effects COVID-19 has taken on the 4-Pillars (physical, mental, spiritual, social) of our AiT, The Group Morale Team was established.This team meets regularly to put together engaging activities for the students which aim to build morale, and keep sprits high through these trying times. He's on his way to the Pentagon for a new, Fine copy $95 On the Field of Honor: History of Knights Cross Bearers. not rated $ 9.99 Add to cart. 1 Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron No. Following command, she was the Military Assistant to the Secretary of the Air Force, after which she attended the National War College at Fort McNair in Washington, D.C. The 364th Training Squadron "Golden Knights" provide technical training for Airmen in aircraft electrical, telecommunications cable and antennas, and aircraft fuels maintenance. 1 Air Gunners' School No. Keesler AFB, MS. Official Homepage. According to … 338 skv. Operational Training Unit Dive Bomber Station. An International Scale Modelling forum focusing on fun and information. Keesler Air Force Base Medical Clinic. There is also already a Dark Knights squadron in the USAF. Capture all your squadrons to show your aviation legacy and then proudly display them! Total Price for Quantity Selected: $12.99 . The 56th Operations Group is a unit of the United States Air Force, and the flying component of the 56th Fighter Wing.. 3 Mobile Catering Squadron No. Squadron personnel fly world-wide reconnaissance and treaty missions on demand, often on extremely short notice. Captain George T. Sterler and crew at 96th Bomb Group, Snetterton Heath, England. Home 338th combat training squadron address 338th combat training squadron address keyword after analyzing the system lists the list of keywords related and the list of websites with related content, in addition you can see which keywords most interested customers on the this website. This finally happened in 1986. High quality P 39 gifts and merchandise. Hobbies: Reading, photography, home crafts, and gardening. Photos. Flagg on a B-17 called "Wabbit Twaks". not rated $ 159.00 Add to … 1st ed. Communications Technical Training 338th Training Squadron: Keesler AFB: Dark … 1942 USAAF Serial Numbers (42-30032 to 42-39757) Last revised May 21, 2021 338th Training Squadron [338th TRS] The Dark Knights of the 338th Training Squadron are responsible for teaching the largest number of ground electronic technicians in the Air Force. List of United States Air Force training squadrons: | This is a |list of United States Air Force training squadrons|. The Squadron had 8 fatalities-3 killed in training accidents 3 ran out of fuel and were lost at sea 1 shot down 1 crashed. Get Free 338th Combat Training Squadron now and use 338th Combat Training Squadron immediately to get % off or $ off or free shipping. B-17G 42-102454 (BX-L) 96th BG/338th BS, late 1944. A spot light on the 338th Dark Knight's very own Four Seasons. The tide finally turns when a trio of Dominus-class Griffith Knights manage to forge a path to the shattered webway spar that began the madness, and subject it to sustained bombardment. HMM-165 "WHITE KNIGHTS" Squadron Patch. Keesler Air Force Base, MS, United States 39534-0000. Basic Combat Training Brigade leads and conducts basic combat, common military training to produce highly motivated, well disciplined, physically fit, combat skilled and values-led Army team The 414th Combat Training Squadron is a United States Air Force unit assigned to the 57th Wing at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada. . 338th Dark Knights Plaque A custom 14 inch plaque the 338th Dark Knights. 81st Training Wing. Following the drawdown at the end of the Cold War, the squadron disbanded on 30 April 1992. Members of the 338th Training Squadron, also known as the “Dark Knights,” sponsor their sixth Armed Services Blood Program blood drive of 2011. SHEPPARD AIR FORCE BASE, Texas -- While many squadrons at Sheppard focus on one particular career specialty, the Golden Knights are probably the most diverse squadron in the 82nd Training Wing. The 338th Recruiting Squadron is located on WPAFB in Dayton, Ohio. 1 Expeditionary Logistics Squadron No. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue) An overview of the profile associated with George Stewart. 1 Parachute Training School No. The squadron was based at Ørland AB close to a large training ground. 81st Training Wing [81st TRW] The 81st Training Wing oversees the technical training … Carns commanded the 338th Cyber Training Squadron, the “Dark Knights,” at Keesler AFB, Mississippi Following command, she was the Military Assistant to the Secretary of the Air Force, after which she attended the National War College at Fort McNair in Washington, D.C. Huge collection, amazing choice, 100+ million high quality, affordable RF and RM images. All orders are custom made and most ship worldwide within 24 hours. The 348th "Eyes" Squadron relinquished their RF-84Fs for new RF-4Es in 1979. The Carns’ daughter, Michelle, is a USAF Lt Col and commands the 338th Squadron, "the Dark Knights”, Keesler Air Force Base, Biloxi, Mississippi. Stage Design - A Discussion between Industry Professionals. The insignia of the 338th Bomb Squadron, 96th Bomb Group. The Best prices!! 338th Training Squadron is based at Keelser AFB and is part of Air Education Training Command. 81st Medical Group. No. Following her staff assignment, Col. Carns commanded the 338th Cyber Training Squadron, the “Dark Knights,” at Keesler AFB, Mississippi. Email to friends Share on Facebook - opens in a new window or tab Share on Twitter - opens in a new window or tab Share on Pinterest - opens in a new window or tab My father-in-law, TSgt George A. Ganem, was in the 96th.BG 338th.BS stationed at Snetterton Heath England. Congratulations to the Fab-T team and also SSgt Barrett for their awards recognition as well (picture comments below). 2075 to RAF as AN535. Colonel Rice comes to Offutt after serving as the director of … 2076 to RAF as AN536. Their target was Lebourget France. 287p. 2 Mechanical Transport Squadron No. With 206 Squadron, broke up in midair over Shepreth, UK, Jan 9, 1942. 338th Training Squadron Jan 2018 - Present 3 years 2 months. No need to register, buy now! J. Daish writes: - Congratulations to Lieutenant John Gurner Burnell, Field Engineers, who gained the Military Cross. Attached below the disc, a Black scroll edged with a narrow Yellow border and inscribed "DARK KNIGHTS" in Yellow letters. "I think that sends a strong message about how much the Air Force values prior enlisted experience in the officer corps." Discover (and save!) MACR 1924 (228) 377-6550. 9781434468086 1434468089 Andree de Taverney, or the Downfall of French Monarchy, Alexandre Dumas 9781434468703 1434468704 From Coal Mine Upwards - Or Seventy Years of an Eventful Life, James Dunn 9780149049498 0149049498 Morris Gleitzman A2 Poster (Flat), Morris Gleitzman 9780415989732 0415989736 Children, Structure and Agency - Realities Across the Developing World, … Airman Leaders lead the squadron, lead marching daily, handle accountability, conduct open ranks, be class leaders, be the go-to people between the MTLs and the students, etc. 81st Training Support Squadron (Falcons) 333d Training Squadron (Spartans) 334th Training Squadron (Gators) 335th Training Squadron (Bulls) 336th Training Squadron (Red Wolves) 338th Training Squadron (Dark Knights) 81st Mission Support Group 81st Communications Squadron 81st Force Support Squadron 81st Security Forces Squadron Over 400 participants ran this year, with airmen from the 81st Training Group, 338th Training Squadron “Dark Knights”, Sailors from CNATTU Keesler, and … Combat Training Squadrons Squadron Location Nickname Note 6th Combat Training Squadron Nellis AFB "Gators" AGOS 7th Combat Training Squadron Holloman AFB Redesignated 7th Fighter Squadron 12th Combat Training Squadron Fort Irwin "Ravens" 34th Combat Training Squadron 13 more rows . This is a list of United States Air Force training squadrons.It covers units that specialize in training such as combat training, flying training, and training squadrons and serves as a break out of the comprehensive List of United States Air Force squadrons.Units in this list are assigned to nearly every Major Command in the United States Air Force. Bender, 1979. The band on the tail reads “Dark Knights,” which is a moniker normally associated with the Air Force’s 338th Training Squadron that specializes in airfield systems and ground radar. The 2nd Fighter Training Squadron, sometimes written as 2d Fighter Training Squadron, is an … Read More. Search. Following command, she was the Military Assistant to the Secretary of the Air Force, after which she attended the National War College at Fort McNair in Washington, D.C. Dark Knights win final drill down. According to the Keesler AFB's webpage, the unit trains airmen in "RF transmission, airfield systems, ground radar, cyber transport." SIGNIFICANCE: Ultramarine blue and Air Force yellow are the Air Force colors. After training in Texas at Foster and Pocatello Army Air Fields, it was attached to the U.S. 58th Fighter Group flying P-47D-30-RA "Thunderbolt" fighter planes. This patch is about 4" in diameter, heavy twill, and 100% made in the U.S.A. 352p. The MTLs rely heavily on their ropes to maintain squadron integrity. Became lead assembly ship of 384th Bombardment Group, flying with the 547th Bombardment Squadron, based at RAF Grafton Underwood. A custom 14 inch plaque the 338th Dark Knights. The property was valued at $20 per acre. The time was 0500, and it was icy cold. Biographies of each of the 27 Fine/Fine copy $45 Angolia, Lt Col John. Having received training in tactical tracking operations, survival techniques, and living in a mock terrorist training camp during the “Dark Phase” portion of their selection course, Scouts would then be paired up with captured terrorists. "The driver gave a thumbs up, and Makarev stood back, and watched as his AT-HAT now charged its weapons.

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