Eighth Air Force Combat Losses

Number of bombers lost by each heavy bomber group in the 8th Air Force during World War II.

This B-17F had it's left wing blown off by an Me-262 over Crantenberg, Germany. (U.S. Air Force photo)

Bomb Group Station Bomber Type Missions Flown Losses
34th Mendelsham B-17 170 34
44th Shipdham B-24 343 153
91st Bassingbourn B-17 340 197
92nd Podington B-17 308 154
93rd Hardwick B-24 396 100
94th Bury St. Edmonds B-17 324 153
95th Horham B-17 320 157
96th Snetterton Health B-17 321 189
100th Thorpe Abbots B-17 306 177
303rd Moleworth B-17 364 165
305th Chelveston B-17 337 154
306th Thurieigh B-17 342 171
351st Polebrook B-17 311 124
379th Kimbolton B-17 330 141
381st Ridgewell B-17 296 131
384th Grafton Underwood B-17 314 159
385th Great Ashfield B-17 296 129
388th Knettishall B-17 306 142
389th Hethel B-24 312 116
390th Framlingham B-17 300 144
392nd Wendling B-24 285 127
398th Nuthmapstead B-17 195 58
401st Deenthorpe B-17 256 95
445th Tibenham B-24 282 95
446th Bungay B-24 273 58
447th Rattlesden B-27 257 97
448th Seething B-24 262 101
452nd Deopham Green B-17 250 110
453rd Old Buckenham B-24 259 58
457th Glatton B-17 237 83
458th Horsham St. Faith B-24 240 47
466th Attlebridge B-24 232 47
467th Rackheath B-24 212 29
486th Sudbury B-17 188 33
487th Lavenham B-17 185 48
489th Halesworth B-24 106 29
490th Eye B-17 158 40
491st Metfield B-24 187 47
492nd North Pickenham B-24 64 12
493rd Deebach B-17 158 41
Total     10,631 4,145