The "Rackheath Aggies", home of the B-24 Liberators

"After each mission, there was a critique. The officers of the crew would clean up, put on Class As, and have dinner. Then Colonel Shower and his senior officers would critique each phase of our performance from takeoff to landing. On the evening of February 3rd, the Colonel wasn't pleased with us. Since we had wasted our bombs on some farmer's field, the Colonel labeled us 'The Rackheath Agricultural Society'. There was a ripple of embarrassed laughter. He advised us he was going to send us back to Magdeburg as often as required until we got it right. That was the end of our laughter. The rest of the personnel on the airfield soon heard about our new name. From then on we were the 'Rackheath Aggies'."

From the diary of Lt. William N.Scott, 789th squadron, 3rd February 1945

At least one Texas Aggie was serving with this group: one Gilbert Charles Holick (Senior boot maker), Bombardier/Pilotage Navigator in the 789th and 791st Bombardment Squadrons.