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307th Bombardment Group Stations (Bases)

The following is a listing of 307th Bombardment Group Stations:

Base Name Date Additional Info
Geiger Field, Washington Activated 15 April 1942
Departed 28 May 1942
Link to GEIGER AFB, WA Info
Ephrata Army Base,Washington Arrived 28 May 1942
Departed 30 September 1942
 
Sioux City Army Air Base, Iowa Arrived 30 September 1942
Departed from Port of Embarkation 27 October 1942
 
Hawaii Arrived 2 November 1942
Departed 22 May 1943
  • 370 BS: Kipapa
  • 371 BS Wheeler Field
  • 372 BS Kahuku
  • 424 BS Mokaleia
Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides Arrived 13 June 1943 and remained through 31 December 1943. The Air Echelon operated from advanced bases as follows:
    Midway Island
    • 21 December 1942 to 24 December 1942
    • 20 January 1943 to 25 January 1943
    • 9 May 1943 to 17 May 1943

    Canton Island
    • 6 February 1943 to 12 February 1943

    Funafuti Island of the Ellice Group
    • 18 April 1943 to 23 April 1943
    • 27 July 1943 to 1 August 1943

    Guadalcanal in the Solomon Islands
    • 25 August 1943 to 14 October 1943
    • November 1943 to 31 December 1943
 
Guadalcanal February 1943 Link to Guadalcanal Info

Pictures of the 307th Bomb Group base on Guadalcanal

New Georgia 28 Janaury 1944 Link to New Georgia Info
Mokerang Field, Los Negros 29 April 1944
Wakde 24 August 1944
Morotai 18 October 1944 Link to Morotai Info
Clark Field, Luzon September-December 1945 Link to Clark Field, Luzon Info

Additional Information:

Airdromes Guide for the Southwest Pacific Area—Published December 1, 1944
(LARGE PDF FILE: 21 MB pdf file )

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