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  • [Based on Harolds Tribute to the 448th and Steve-0 this tphoto was taken by Lt. Col. (Ret.) Harold Dorfman USAF; with the follow text as a partial runner] "This ship (Red Bow) was a Ford-built B-24M, serial number 44-50838. She was shot down by a German Messerschmitt ME 262 (the first jet fighter ever used in aerial combat) on April 4th, 1945 by an R4M air-to-air missile. Ed Chu was a tail gunner ...more

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  • Photo 5/5 April, 24th 1943 Bizerte-Tunisia; Photo set of presumably (2) bomb strikes by USAAF B-17's against Axis shipping in the Mediterranean just prior to the collapse of the Afrika Korps 1943/05/13. A series of tremendous explosions, indicate the destruction of a munitions convoy and a further depletion of the hopes for Afrika Korps as it clings to its last toe-hold in North Africa.

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  • Photo 4/5 April, 24th 1943 Bizerte-Tunisia; Photo set of presumably (2) bomb strikes by USAAF B-17's against Axis shipping in the Mediterranean just prior to the collapse of the Afrika Korps 1943/05/13. A series of tremendous explosions, indicate the destruction of a munitions convoy and a further depletion of the hopes for Afrika Korps as it clings to its last toe-hold in North Africa.

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  • Photo 3/5 April, 24th 1943 Bizerte-Tunisia; Photo set of presumably (2) bomb strikes by USAAF B-17's against Axis shipping in the Mediterranean just prior to the collapse of the Afrika Korps 1943/05/13. A series of tremendous explosions, indicate the destruction of a munitions convoy and a further depletion of the hopes for Afrika Korps as it clings to its last toe-hold in North Africa.

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  • Photo 1/5 April, 24th 1943 Bizerte-Tunisia; Photo set of presumably (2) bomb strikes by USAAF B-17's against Axis shipping in the Mediterranean just prior to the collapse of the Afrika Korps 1943/05/13. A series of tremendous explosions, indicate the destruction of a munitions convoy and a further depletion of the hopes for Afrika Korps as it clings to its last toe-hold in North Africa.

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  • Photo 2/5 April, 24th 1943 Bizerte-Tunisia; Photo set of presumably (2) bomb strikes by USAAF B-17's against Axis shipping in the Mediterranean just prior to the collapse of the Afrika Korps 1943/05/13. A series of tremendous explosions, indicate the destruction of a munitions convoy and a further depletion of the hopes for Afrika Korps as it clings to its last toe-hold in North Africa.

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  • EASTERN SEA FRONTIER: Serial #61 March 21, 1942 ENEMY ACTION DIARY All Times E. W. T. 1000-EWT: Unidentified plane (17th-BG: Wilmington, NC) on attack mission out of Wilmington, N. C. attacked submarine at 33-39 N., 77-00 W. (about 40 miles ESE of Cape Fear). Dropped 4 bombs. 2 direct hits. 1 over and 1 short. Machine gunned conning tower. Sub destroyed. Photos taken At 1841 C.G.G. TALLAPOOSA ...more

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  • EASTERN SEA FRONTIER: Serial #61 March 21, 1942 ENEMY ACTION DIARY All Times E. W. T. 1000-EWT: Unidentified plane (17th-BG: Wilmington, NC) on attack mission out of Wilmington, N. C. attacked submarine at 33-39 N., 77-00 W. (about 40 miles ESE of Cape Fear). Dropped 4 bombs. 2 direct hits. 1 over and 1 short. Machine gunned conning tower. Sub destroyed. Photos taken At 1841 C.G.G. TALLAPOOSA ...more

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  • EASTERN SEA FRONTIER: Serial #61 March 21, 1942 ENEMY ACTION DIARY All Times E. W. T. 1000-EWT: Unidentified plane (17th-BG: Wilmington, NC) on attack mission out of Wilmington, N. C. attacked submarine at 33-39 N., 77-00 W. (about 40 miles ESE of Cape Fear). Dropped 4 bombs. 2 direct hits. 1 over and 1 short. Machine gunned conning tower. Sub destroyed. Photos taken At 1841 C.G.G. TALLAPOOSA ...more

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  • On February 27, 1942, the R.P. Resor--a Standard Oil Tanker displacing 7,451 tons and under the command of Captain Frederick Marcus--was underway from Houston, TX to Fall River, MA with 78,729 barrels of crude oil. Seaman Forsdale, the lookout on duty, spotted a "fishing smack" off the port bow with its running lights on and reported this sighting to the bridge. But this was a ruse used by ...more

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  • On February 27, 1942, the R.P. Resor--a Standard Oil Tanker displacing 7,451 tons and under the command of Captain Frederick Marcus--was underway from Houston, TX to Fall River, MA with 78,729 barrels of crude oil. Seaman Forsdale, the lookout on duty, spotted a "fishing smack" off the port bow with its running lights on and reported this sighting to the bridge. But this was a ruse used by ...more

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  • On February 27, 1942, the R.P. Resor--a Standard Oil Tanker displacing 7,451 tons and under the command of Captain Frederick Marcus--was underway from Houston, TX to Fall River, MA with 78,729 barrels of crude oil. Seaman Forsdale, the lookout on duty, spotted a "fishing smack" off the port bow with its running lights on and reported this sighting to the bridge. But this was a ruse used by ...more

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  • On February 27, 1942, the R.P. Resor--a Standard Oil Tanker displacing 7,451 tons and under the command of Captain Frederick Marcus--was underway from Houston, TX to Fall River, MA with 78,729 barrels of crude oil. Seaman Forsdale, the lookout on duty, spotted a "fishing smack" off the port bow with its running lights on and reported this sighting to the bridge. But this was a ruse used by ...more

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  • On February 27, 1942, the R.P. Resor--a Standard Oil Tanker displacing 7,451 tons and under the command of Captain Frederick Marcus--was underway from Houston, TX to Fall River, MA with 78,729 barrels of crude oil. Seaman Forsdale, the lookout on duty, spotted a "fishing smack" off the port bow with its running lights on and reported this sighting to the bridge. But this was a ruse used by ...more

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  • On February 27, 1942, the R.P. Resor--a Standard Oil Tanker displacing 7,451 tons and under the command of Captain Frederick Marcus--was underway from Houston, TX to Fall River, MA with 78,729 barrels of crude oil. Seaman Forsdale, the lookout on duty, spotted a "fishing smack" off the port bow with its running lights on and reported this sighting to the bridge. But this was a ruse used by ...more

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