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7 March 1944: a B-24 of the 464th BG unloads on Belgrade, Yugoslavia.

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Made 21 Sep 2013

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2LT Lee V. Wiseman, Grand Rapids, MI - 71st Ftr Sq, 1st FG. Officially credited with five confirmed aerial victories - three of them Ju-52s on 10 April 1943.

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Made 21 Sep 2013

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1LT Meldrum L. "Singin' Sam" Sears, Paris, IL - 71st Ftr Sq, 1st FG. Officially credited with six confirmed aerial victories - four of them Ju-52s...

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Made 21 Sep 2013

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1LT John L. "Jake" Moutier, Peoria, IL - 71st Ftr Sq, 1st FG. Officially credited with four confirmed aerial victories - three of them Ju-52s on 10...

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Made 21 Sep 2013

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2LT Walter J. Rivers, Paducah, KY - 71st Ftr Sq, 1st FG. Officially credited with four confirmed aerial victories - all Junkers Ju-52s on 10 April 1943.

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Made 21 Sep 2013

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Lockheed construction number 3536 = P-38G serial 43-2427 of the 71st Ftr Sq, 1st FG.

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Made 21 Sep 2013

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2LT Samuel F. Sweet, Saint Paul, MN - 27th Ftr Sq, 1st FG. Officially credited with four confirmed aerial victories.

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Made 21 Sep 2013

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1LT George A. Rush, Kansas City, MO - 27th Ftr Sq, 1st FG. Officially credited with three confirmed aerial victories.

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Made 21 Sep 2013

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1LT George L. Ross, Fort Thomas, KY - 27th Ftr Sq, 1st FG. Officially credited with two confirmed aerial victories.

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Made 21 Sep 2013

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10 July 1943: Pilots of the 111th Reconnaissance Squadron are briefed for their missions for the invasion of Sicily.

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Made 21 Sep 2013

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MAJ JAmes H. Deering, commander of the 111th Reconnaissance Squadron. Deering originally found himself in command of the unit (while still a First...

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Made 21 Sep 2013

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15 June 1943: the end of "Red Hot." Savaged by flak & fighters, B-26B serial 41-17724 comes to grief in the hands of 1LT John B. Stumm and...

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Made 21 Sep 2013

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3 August 1943: A Kittyhawk assigned to raf 112 Squadron comes to grief. The unit was the first to initiate the 'sharkmouth' motif, originally appearing on...

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Made 21 Sep 2013

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Mass launch of B-26Bs assigned to the 437th Bomb Sq, 319th BG.

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Made 21 Sep 2013

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Cagliari, Sardinia: mass takeoff of B-26Bs assigned to the 440th Bomb Sq, 319th BG.

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Made 21 Sep 2013

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B-26B "G.I. KID" (serial unknown, Battle Number possibly 05) presumably assigned to the 437th Bomb Sq, 319th BG.

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Made 21 Sep 2013

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TSGT Milo Rethmeier, crew chief, 437th Bomb Sq, 319th BG.

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Made 21 Sep 2013

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1LT Paul Mathews, pilot, 437th Bomb Sq, 319th BG. Later promoted to the rank of Captain, Mathews flew a total of 60 combat missions from North Africa &...

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Made 21 Sep 2013

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15 July 1944: over Ploesti, Romania, this B-17 of the 97th BG appears to have a fuel leak in the left outbaord wing tank; his direction of flight is...

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Made 21 Sep 2013

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10 August 1944: a B-24 of the 451st BG over Ploesti, Romania.

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Made 21 Sep 2013

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