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Flying Goldbricks. Engagements. World War II * Bougainville campaign (1943-45) The squadron, also known as the "Flying Goldbricks", fought in World War II during the Battle of Bougainville and later in the Philippines campaign (1944–45). They were. — “VMSB-243 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
While other nations have Marines who are aviators, only the United States Marine Corps has its own dedicated aviation arm. Flying Goldbricks. September 25, 1945 VMSB-244. Bombing Banshees. — “List of inactive United States Marine Corps aircraft”, en.wikipedia.org
Then build beams and columns of gold to constitute the structure, or use goldbricks if cost is no object. Corrugated gold panels for walls and floors, held together with gold bolts or welded construction. Have to come up with a nonconductive oxide of gold to insulate the wires. — “Wikipedia:Reference desk/Archives/Miscellaneous/2006 November”, en.wikipedia.org