Date Annotations by Gmasher, 61-80

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3 November 1943: the official caption states "Russell D. Stump," but it's actually 1LT Hassel D. Stump, 351st Ftr Sq, 353rd FG who recieved a...

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Made 19 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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1 February 1945: a B-17G of the 351st BG flies the "Tail End Charlie" or "Coffin Corner" position over Mannheim, Germany.

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Made 18 Sep 2013

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5 November 1943: 2LT Richard A. Stearns, Jr, 350th Ftr Sq, 353rd FG claims his first "kill." he would complete his tour with 3.5 confirmed aerial...

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Made 17 Sep 2013

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22 March 1944: A B-17G of the 452nd BG about to unload on Berlin.

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Made 17 Sep 2013

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5 January 1944: As MAJ Everett W. Stewart of the 328th Ftr Sq, 352nd FG hammers away at a hapless Me-110, 1LT John B. Coleman Jr (pictured) decided to...

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Made 17 Sep 2013

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17 April 1945; "Mr. Toad's Wild Ride" awaits. Two CG-4As, in serviceable conditon following the Operaation VARSITY landings of 24 March, await a...

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Made 17 Sep 2013

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5 August 1944: An anonymous B-17 of the 92nd BG is caught in the lens of the strike camera aboard one of her sister ships over Langenhagen, Germany.

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Made 17 Sep 2013

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2 April 1945: P-51D serial 44-63780 assigned to the 356th Ftr Sq, 354th FG "Pioneer Mustang Group" is serviced at Ober Olm, Germany (Y-64).

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Made 17 Sep 2013

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11 November 1943: CAPT Walter C. Beckham, 351st Ftr Sq, 353rd FG scores against an FW-190 to bring his tally to nine confirmed aerial victories. he would be...

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Made 17 Sep 2013

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23 March 1945: an anonymous B-17G of the 772nd Bomb Sq, 463rd BG over Ruhland, Germany.

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Made 17 Sep 2013

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16 November 1944: Just prior to bomb release, B-24J serial 42-51996 of the 783rd Bomb Sq, 465th BG is fatally wounded by flak. Seconds after this photo was...

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Made 17 Sep 2013

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29 December 1944: Two 390th BG B-17s are captured over Frankfurt by the strike camera of a 100th BG ship overhead.

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Made 17 Sep 2013

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24 March 1945: B-24s of the 456th BG leave their calling cards at Munich Reim airdrome, Germany.

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Made 17 Sep 2013

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7 April 1945" A B-24 of the 67th Bomb Sq, 44th BG leaves Neumunster, Germany.

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Made 17 Sep 2013

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24 March 1945: skid marks to nowhere. Ghostly outline of a British Airspeed Horsa glider which burned to ashes after landing during Operation VARSITY.

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Made 17 Sep 2013

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