Detailed heavy bomber developed 303d Air Expeditionary Group Hell's Angels.
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The unit was first activated as the 303d Bombardment Group in February 1942. During World War II, the 303d was one of the first VIII Bomber Command B-17 Flying Fortress units in England. The group's 'Hell's Angels' was the first B-17 to complete 25 combat missions in June 1943, and the group went on to fly more than 300 combat missions, more than any other B-17 group in the theater. The B-17 'Knock-out Dropper' was the first aircraft in Eighth Air Force to complete 50, then 75 missions. The group was awarded the Distinguished Unit Citation for completing an attack against a heavily defended target in January 1944.