After 1946, the squadron was successively redesignated 718th Bombardment Squadron (Medium) (1948); 718th Bombardment Squadron (Heavy) (1949); 718th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Photographic) (1 April 1950); 718th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Heavy) (16 July 1950) and 718th Bombardment Squadron (Heavy) (1955). The squadron was discontinued and inactivated at Amarillo Air Force Base, Amarillo, Texas in 1963.
The following website presents a general account of the World War II service of the 449th BG(H), which consisted of the 716th, 717th, 718th & 719th Squadrons:
The 'site noted that the 15th Annual Reunion of the 449th Group's Association was held in St. Charles, Missouri in 2004.
You might be welcomed as a member (or as an associate or auxiliary member). In recent years, membership requirements of many veterans associations have relaxed in direct proportion to the continuing decline in membership.