French Transport Plane Insignia WWII

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    Can anyone help me identify the squadron/plane that flew under the Wolf's Head insignia (see attached)? It is reported to be from a French transport plane shot down in North Africa in 1945.

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    Hi JMC41Ford,

    This insignia correspond with the "escadrille SPA 79"

    History of this squadron, in french sorry...
    L'escadrille_079

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    Any idea what type of plane it would have been on in World War II?
     
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    Between 1940 and 1946 this squadron used BLOCH 210, DOUGLAS DB7 and B 26 MARAUDER.
     
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