By Brian D O'Neill, Mark Styling
The 1st name within the Elite devices sequence to house an American bombardment team, this name makes a speciality of the 303rd BG, dubbed the 'Hells Angels.' one of many first actual B-17 devices assigned to the newly created 8th Air strength in England in September 1942, the 303rd used to be within the leading edge of the sunlight bombing crusade via to VE-Day. offered a unique Unit quotation in January 1944, the 303rd additionally had of its aircrewmen provided with the Medal of Honor, Americas final army ornament. Brian O Neill brings the group's vibrant wrestle heritage to lifestyles with a mixture of first-hand debts, uncooked data and concise project narrative.
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Consistency motives are also implicated in relationships between attitudes and behavior; positive evaluations and expectations give rise to trust and cooperative behavior that in turn justify positive feelings and future expectancies. Thus, the process of assimilation between self and others that underlies ingroup formation instigates a “benign cycle” of positive affect and behavior. The emphasis at this stage on positive affect and evaluations directed toward the ingroup is not devoid of implications for intergroup relations.
It is at this point that outgroups may become relevant to the maintenance or enhancement of ingroup identity. Social competition for positive valuation shifts initial indifference about outgroup outcomes to concern for the relative position of the ingroup over outgroups. Under these conditions, beneﬁting the ingroup comes at the expense of outgroup beneﬁts, and positive outcomes for the outgroup may arouse resentment and antagonism if the comparison threatens important bases of ingroup evaluation.
There is even evidence that such ingroup beneﬁting is considered normative in its own right (Blanz, Mummendey, & Otten, 1997; Platow, O’Connell, Shave, & Hanning, 1995). Thus, allocations that favor the ingroup over the outgroup may be motivated primarily by intentions to be a “good” ingroup member, rather than by any sentiments against the outgroup. Inﬂicting harm, however, is not sanctioned so directly. It is more difﬁcult to justify protecting the ingroup if it comes at the expense of inﬂicting harm on others (Mummendey & Otten, 1998).
303rd Bombardment Group by Brian D O'Neill, Mark Styling