This is a topic that I liked and contributed to over on the Talk. It's generated a lot of interesting responses over there, so I thought that it would be nice to have one here on the Forum. Looking forward to seeing some good input. Here's what I just learned a few minutes ago. The three squadrons that composed the Eagle Squadrons of the RAF still exist in the current day USAF. When the Eagle Squadrons (Nos. 171,122 & 133) transferred to the USAAF in 1942, they were renumbered the 334th, 335th and 336th Pursuit Squadrons which comprised the 4th Fighter Group. Today, the same numbered squadrons (with current day "fighter" designation) serve together as the 4th Fighter Wing and fly F-15s. The 4th Fighter Wing served in the Korean War and in Vietnam. Now, what did you learn about WW2 recently?