Squawkin' Hawk


"SQUAWKIN' HAWK" became the first B-17 Flying Fortress of the 100th Bomb Group to fly 50 missions. In celebration, every square inch of its outer skin was covered with names and autographs of men of the 100th Bomb Group.

SQUAWKIN’ HAWK took its name from a Merrie Melodies animated cartoon, released in 1942 featuring a feisty young chicken hawk determined to seize some prey.

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Open weekends and bank holidays from March to end of October 10am-5pm. 

Additional opening Wednesdays from May to end of September 10am-5pm.

Last admission 4pm.

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100th Bomb Group Memorial Museum

Common Road
Dickleburgh
Diss
Norfolk
IP21 4PH

Phone: 01379 740708

Email: info@100bgmus.org.uk

Registered charity no. 1190624