Annotations by Gmasher, 221-240

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B-24D serial 41-11864 was stationed at March Field, CA with the 420th Base Unit. She was written off following an engine failure-induced hard landing on 4...

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Made 18 Sep 2013

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B-24D serial 41-11891 was based at March Field, CA and assigned to the 604th Bomb Sq, 399th BG when it was destroyed in a fire as a result of a ground...

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Made 18 Sep 2013

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B-24D serial 41-11832 was assigned to the 383rd Combat Crew Training Sq when she was written off as the result of an unmanned ground accident at Peterson...

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Made 18 Sep 2013

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B-24s of the 456th BG.

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Made 18 Sep 2013

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B-24 of the 464th BG.

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Made 18 Sep 2013

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1LT Robert M. Barkey, 319th Ftr Sq, 325th FG "Checkertail Clan." Officially credited with five confirmed aerial victories.

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Made 18 Sep 2013

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1LT Doyle W. Lott, Holt, MI - 319th Ftr Sq, 325th FG. Following the group's transition to P-51s, Lott went down over France on 15 June 1944 and spent the...

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Made 18 Sep 2013

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A B-24 of the 449th BG releases a load of 20 lb. fragmentation bombs on the airfield at Neuberg, Germany.

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Made 18 Sep 2013

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Piper L-4 'Cub' assigned to an 'organic' Army aviation unit (non-AAF).

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Made 18 Sep 2013

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B-26B serial 42-95941 "The Hearse III" (coded K9-N) of the 494th Bomb Sq, 344th BG.

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Made 18 Sep 2013

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B-26G serial 43-34381 "Willie the Wolf" (coded K9-D) of the 494th Bomb Sq, 344th BG.

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Made 18 Sep 2013

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B-26 of the 584th Bomb Sq, 394th BG. 22 February 1945.

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Made 18 Sep 2013

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An anonymous B-24 of the 392nd BG on a mission to Bremen.

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Made 18 Sep 2013

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B-24D serial 41-23784 "Miss Diane" (call letter "T," 67th Bomb Sq, 44th BG) was lost over Rouen, France on 8 March 1943; seven of the...

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Made 18 Sep 2013

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16 July 1944: a B-24 of the 467th BG heads for Saarbrucken, Germany.

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Made 18 Sep 2013

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6 March 1944: past the IP (Initial Point), the 452nd BG prepares to unload on Berlin.

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Made 18 Sep 2013

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6 September 1943: the 305th BG takes the first of many trips to Stuttgart, Germany

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Made 18 Sep 2013

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6 March 1944: the crew of an anonymous B-17G of the 94th BG breathes easier as they descend over the North Sea on their successful return from the first...

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Made 18 Sep 2013

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6 March 1944: A B-17G of the 452nd BG shows all the signs of a 'straggler' for a trip over Berlin; the propeller on the #4 engine looks to be feathered

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Made 18 Sep 2013

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"XM" code denotes 332nd Bomb Sq, 94th BG.

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Made 18 Sep 2013

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