Annotations by Gmasher, 281-300

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B-26B serial 41-31896 "Louisiana Mud Hen" (coded VT-G) assigned to the 453rd Bomb Sq, 323rd BG is mortally wounded during an attack near Wittlich,...

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Made 13 Sep 2013

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20 March 1944: the weather at the primary target, Frankfurt, went sour, so the attacks were rerouted to other targets. While attacking Bretuit airfield,...

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Made 13 Sep 2013

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6 March 1944: a PFF-equipped B-17G (note dome behind chin turret) is hit in the #3 engine during its bomb run over Berlin.

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Made 13 Sep 2013

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11 November 1943: an Me-109G falls victim to the guns of 1LT Leroy W. Ista, 352nd Ftr Sq, 353rd FG. Ista would be KIA less than six weeks later (MACR 1539).

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Made 13 Sep 2013

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24 March 1945: Airspeed Horsa glider #29 shed its wings when it met a treeline upon landing during Operation VARSITY.

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Made 13 Sep 2013

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C-46 of the 47th Troop Carrier Sq, 313th TCG.

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Made 13 Sep 2013

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C-47s of the 81st Troop Carrier Sq, 436th TCG.

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Made 13 Sep 2013

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17 April 1945: P-51D serial 44-63562 (coded GQ-H) of the 355th Ftr Sq, 354th FG "Pioneer Mustang Group," undergoes maintenance at its new home in...

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Made 13 Sep 2013

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B-26B serial 42-96016 "Doris K Iidalizeya" ("I idolize ya," battle number 04) assigned to the 441st Bomb Sq, 320th BG.

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Made 13 Sep 2013

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B-26G serial 44-68089 "Gravel Gertie" (battle number 08) of the 441st Bomb Sq, 320th BG.

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Made 13 Sep 2013

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Difficult to discern the markings with certainty, but the colored cowl rings and what appears to be an "85" battle number would tag this bird for...

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Made 13 Sep 2013

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The remains of JU-88G-6, Wk.Nr 622959 assigned to NJG 4.

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Made 13 Sep 2013

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MGEN Elwood R. "Pete" Quesada, commander of 9th AF.

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Made 13 Sep 2013

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COL Ray J. Stecker, commander of the 365th FG "Hell Hawks." Probably taken at Achmer, Germany, where the 365th officially moved on 16 March 1945.

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Made 13 Sep 2013

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Unidentified B-24 of the 448th BG.

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Made 12 Sep 2013

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A-20G serial 42-9189 "Greetings From Winsome Winnie," assigned to 1LT J.S. Connor of the 669th Bomb Sq, 416th BG.

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Made 12 Sep 2013

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24 March 1945: an early production CG-4A glider - recognizable by the June 1942-directive roundel marking on the wing - shows some evidence of 'recycling'...

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Made 12 Sep 2013

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Interesting patterns in the snow created by the wind direction during a bombing raid; the heat generated by the explosions and ensuing fires - along with...

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Made 12 Sep 2013

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Obertraubling "factory," just south of Regensburg, Germany - unfinished Me-262s at war's end.

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Made 12 Sep 2013

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17 December 1944: flying in the deputy lead position, 1LT Theodore C. King was at the controls of B-24J serial 42-51941 of the 726th Bomb Sq, 451st BG when...

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Made 12 Sep 2013

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