The 11th Photographic Group was a mapping unit that produced photographic maps of the US and many of the operational theatres of the Second World War.
The main part of the group operated in the US, but the group also sent detachments to Africa, to the CBI theatre (China, Burma, India), the Near and Milddle East and closer to home to Mexico, Canada and the Caribbean.
The 1st Squadron operated in Africa, the Middle East, India and China while part of the group.
The 3rd Squadron operated in India, Burma and China from December 1943-March 1944.
The 19th Squadron operated in North America, the Middle East and Africa while with the group.
Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress, Consolidated B-24 Liberator, North American B-25 Mitchell, Boeing B-29 Superfortress, Beechcraft F-2 Expeditor, Boeing F-9 (B-17), North American F-10 Mitchell, Douglas A-20 Boston/ Havoc
|19 November 1943||Constituted as 11th Photographic Group (Mapping)|
|1 December 1943||Activated|
|5 October 1944||Disbanded|
Lt Col Thomas D Brown: 8 Jan-5 Oct 1944
Reading AAFld, Pa: 1 Dec
MacDill Field, Fla: Jan-5 Oct 1944