351st Bomb Group

Polebrook, England

Group Mission #141

Credited Mission #135

 
DATE: 6 Jun. 1944
Target: Coastal Guns, Normandy, France
 
Briefing Outline 1-A [Force]:
  1. Airplane and Crew Assignment Check.
  2. Time Schedule:
     A Force B Force
    Stations   –0425Stations   –0445
    Start Engines –0435Start Engines –0455
    Taxi     –0445Taxi     –0505
    Take Off   –0500Take Off   –0520
    Last Take Off –___Last Take Off –___

  3. Targets:
    Primary: Coastal guns. [Normandy, France]
    Secondary: Caen [France] A/D [Airdrome]
    Last Resort: Caen [France] A/D [Airdrome]

  4. Loading:
    351 “A”: 38 x 100 GP’s instantaneous [Fuse] nose only.
    351 “B”:
    Composite:
    Nickels [Propaganda Leaflets] in Ship -
    Chaff: At discretion of Sq. Leader.
  5. Gasoline Loading: 1700 gallons
    Remarks: ____

  6. Wing Formation94th (A) CBW94th (B) CBWComp. GroupComp. CBW
    Lead
    Low
    High

  7. Division Formation: 94th [Combat Wing]– 19 squadrons.
    PositionCBW [Combat Wing]TargetDeparture Time at Coast
    Lead
    2nd4 sqdns.0636 - 16,000'
    3rd
    4th
    5th
    6th2 sqdns.0700 - 15,000'
    7th
    8th
    2nd Division
    3rd Division
    Marauders
    RAF [Royal Air Force]

    Remarks: 11,000 Allied A/C – all types.
  8. Fighter Cover: PLENTY
  9. Group Assembly:
    BoxAltitudePlace
     #1 Squad  17,000'  Splasher 16 
    #2 Squad17,200'Splasher 16
    #3 Squad16,500'Splasher 16
    #4 Squad16,300'Splasher 16

    Right turn, fly east to 10’ W, turn south to Sp. #9 to half alt. Return to Sp. 16.
  10. Navigator - _____
  11. S-2 - _____
  12. Weather - Wx crew report to ship without guns.
  13. Special Instructions to Navigators, Bombardiers and Radio Operators:
    Refer to field order for:
    1. Searchlights.
    2. Abortives
    3. Air Sea Rescue
    Avoid all shipping if possible. Never less than 1,000 feet. Wheels down for ident.
    RAF [Royal Air Force] returning below 7,500’. No second runs. No test firing of guns.
    IFF will not be turned on – wired OFF.
    Security
  14. Squadron Leaders and Group Deputy report to Target Room. All but Pilots Dismissed.
  15. (A) Code Words –
    PFF Bombing –Old Man
    Visual Bombing -____
    Authenticator –Hot Dog
    Recall -Sweet & Low
    Weather Code -VABIT
    Release "CHAFF" -Tin Hat

    (B) Call Signs:
    Call SignFlaresRemarks
    351st AWoodcraft RedRG [Red Green]
    351st B
    401st A
    401st B
    457th A
    457th B
    Composite
    1st C.B.W.
    40th C.B.W.
    41st C.B.W.
    Composite C.B.W.

    (C)
    U.S. FightersBalance
    R.A.F. Fighters
     BombersVinegrove Two
    U.S. Grnd. ControlColgate
    R.A.F. Grnd. Control

    Control Points:Fighter Reference Points:
    ___________
    ___________
    Remarks: ____

    (D)
    Colors of the Day
    TimeColorLetterChallenge
    0200 – 0800RGPL
    0800 – 1400R-RRCZ
    1400 – 2000RYQO
    No flares out of England.
    (E) Ships To Monitor [Radio Channels A, B, C & D]
    1. - ____
    2. - #3 of each squadron during assembly until return.
    3. - #6 of each squadron.
    4. - ____
  16. Let-Down on ____, if overcast.
    351st A   20° Mag. [Magnetic Compass Heading]
    351st B   ___° Mag. [Magnetic Compass Heading]
    401st A   ___° Mag.
    457th A   ___° Mag.
  17. Flying Control. –
    1. Taxi Plan.
    2. Emergency Fields. - Tangmere
    3. Landing Aids.

  18. Special Instructions:
    VHF silence maintained – Infractions have had it.
    Squadrons will fly stacked down enroute at 200’ interval.
    Camera ships – peel off at islands.
    Trombley
    Kogelman – 1st Priority on landing.
    Belote
    Pilots report to Sq. CO’s in Sq. Operations.


Briefing Outline 1-B [Force]:
  1. Airplane and Crew Assignment Check.
  2. Time Schedule:
     B Force
    Stations   –0445
    Start Engines –0455
    Taxi     –0505
    Take Off   –0520
    Last Take Off –___

  3. Targets:
    Primary: Rocket Positions [Normandy, France]
    Secondary: Caen [France] A/D [Airdrome]
    Last Resort: Caen [France] A/D [Airdrome]

  4. Loading:
    351 “B”: 38 x 100 GP’s instantaneous [Fuse] nose only.
    Composite:
    Nickels [Propaganda Leaflets] in Ship -
    Chaff: At discretion of Sq. Leader.
  5. Gasoline Loading: 1700 gallons
    Remarks:

  6. Wing Formation94th (A) CBW94th (B) CBWComp. GroupComp. CBW
    Lead
    Low
    High

  7. Division Formation: 94th [Combat Wing]– 19 squadrons.
    PositionCBW [Combat Wing]TargetDeparture Time at Coast
    Lead
    2nd4 sqdns.0636 - 16,000'
    3rd
    4th
    5th
    6th2 sqdns.0700 - 15,000' YES
    7th
    8th
    2nd Division
    3rd Division
    Marauders
    RAF [Royal Air Force]

    Remarks: 11,000 Allied A/C – all types.
  8. Fighter Cover:
    • PLENTY
  9. Group Assembly:
    BoxAltitudePlace
     #5 Squad  15,000'  Buncher 
    #6 Squad14,800'Buncher

    Right turn, fly east to 10’ W, turn south to Sp. #9 to half alt. Return to Buncher.
  10. Navigator - _____
  11. S-2 - _____
  12. Weather - ____
  13. Special Instructions to Navigators, Bombardiers and Radio Operators:
    Refer to field order for:
    1. Searchlights.
    2. Abortives
    3. Air Sea Rescue
    Avoid all shipping if possible. Never less than 1,000 feet. Wheels down for ident.
    RAF [Royal Air Force] returning below 7,500’. No second runs. No test firing of guns.
    IFF will not be turned on – wired OFF.
  14. Squadron Leaders and Group Deputy report to Target Room. All but Pilots Dismissed.
  15. (A) Code Words –
    PFF Bombing –Old Man
    Visual Bombing -____
    Authenticator –Hot Dog
    Recall -Sweet & Low
    Weather Code -VABIT
    Release "CHAFF" -Tin Hat

    (B) Call Signs:
    Call SignFlaresRemarks
    351st A
    351st BWoodcraft BrownRR
    401st A
    401st B
    457th A
    457th B
    Composite
    1st C.B.W.
    40th C.B.W.
    41st C.B.W.
    Composite C.B.W.

    (C)
    U.S. FightersBalance
    R.A.F. Fighters
     BombersVinegrove Two
    U.S. Grnd. ControlColgate
    R.A.F. Grnd. Control

    Control Points:Fighter Reference Points:
    ___________
    ___________
    Remarks: ____

    (D)
    Colors of the Day
    TimeColorLetterChallenge
    0200 – 0800RGPL
    0800 – 1400R-RRCZ
    1400 – 2000RYQO
    No flares out of England.
    (E) Ships To Monitor [Radio Channels A, B, C & D]
    1. - ____
    2. - #3 of each squadron during assembly until return.
    3. - #6 of each squadron.
    4. - ____
  16. Let-Down on ____, if overcast.
    351st A   __° Mag. [Magnetic Compass Heading]
    351st B   35° Mag. [Magnetic Compass Heading]
    401st A   ___° Mag.
    457th A   ___° Mag.
  17. Flying Control. –
    1. Taxi Plan.
    2. Emergency Fields. - Tangmere
    3. Landing Aids.

  18. Special Instructions:
    VHF silence maintained – Punishable.
    Squadrons will fly stacked down enroute at 200’ interval.
    Camera ships – peel off at islands.
    Medick
    Nall
    Pilots report to Sq. CO’s in Sq. Operations.
    Copilots of lead ships pick up field glasses.


Operational Narrative – Second Force:
  1. General Narrative. Twenty-four aircraft, including two PFF ships, took off at 0500 – 0514½ hours for the first Mission of 6 June, 1944. This Group furnished the Second Force of the 94th Combat Wing. The Group assembly of 4 six ship squadrons was made at Splasher 16 without difficulty. The lead squadron was at the briefed altitude of 17,000 feet.  Departure from the assembly point was made on time and on course. All points were reached as briefed. The formation was flown with two lead and two low squadrons flying abreast.  Bombs were dropped on the PFF ship leading the formation. Complete cloud cover would not permit observation of results.  The return to base was flown as briefed without incident.  Neither enemy aircraft nor flak offered opposition.  Return to base was made as planned, and landings were made at 0947 – 1011 hours. Three camera ships left the formation at mid-channel and returned directly to base.
  2. Aircraft Not Attacking. All twenty-four aircraft attacked the primary target as briefed. The formation at the time of “Bombs Away” was the same as that at assembly.
  3. Aircraft Lost. No aircraft were lost on the Mission of 6 June, 1944.
  4. Group Leader. The Second Force of the 94th Combat Wing was led by Major Eldon A. Richardson, flying in PFF aircraft 651.

STATISTICAL SUMMARY
No. of A/C Scheduled - Less Two PFF Spares22
No. of A/C Taking Off - Less Two PFF Spares22
No. of A/C Attacking22
No. of A/C Not Attacking0
No. of Sorties22
No. of A/C Lost0

[Signed] Clinton F. Ball, Lt. Colonel, Air Corps, Operations Officer


Operational Narrative – Sixth Force:
  1. General Narrative. Thirteen aircraft, including one PFF aircraft, took off at 0520 hours. Assembly of the two squadrons was carried out as briefed at an altitude of 15,000 feet. The low squadron flew at an altitude of 14,800 feet.  Departure from the Deenethorpe buncher was made on time and on course. The briefed route was followed without incident, the two squadrons having gotten into proper position before departure from the English Coast.  Bombs were dropped on the PFF ship leading the formation. Due to a complete cloud cover, it was impossible to observe results. Bombs were away at 0730½, one half minute late. A GEE fix indicated that bombing was done at the briefed point.  The briefed course on returning was followed with little variation. All aircraft returned to base and landings were made at 1025 hours.  No opposition by enemy aircraft or flak was encountered.

  2. Aircraft Not Attacking. All thirteen aircraft attacked the target. One aircraft dropped only four bombs due to a rack malfunction. The formation at “Bomb Away” was the same as the formation at the briefed altitude for assembly.
  3. Aircraft Lost. No aircraft were lost on the Mission of 6 June, 1944.
  4. Group Leader. Lt. Maginn led the Sixth Force in PFF A/C 651.

STATISTICAL SUMMARY
No. of A/C Scheduled - Less one PFF ship12
No. of A/C Taking Off - Less one PFF ship12
No. of A/C Attacking12
No. of A/C Not Attacking0
No. of Sorties12
No. of A/C Lost0


[Signed] Clinton F. Ball, Lt. Colonel, Air Corps, Operations Officer


Operational Narrative – Mission of 6 June, 1944 - Composite Formation - Field Order #379.
  1. General Narrative. Six aircraft took off at 0735 - 0738 hours to form the low squadron of a two squadron formation. The 401st Group furnished the lead squadron. Assembly was made at the Deenethorpe buncher at 13,000 feet. The briefed course was followed with slight variation.

     Departure from the English coast at Brighton was made on course thirty seconds early. No difficulties were encountered and the target was reached at 16,000 feet on a mag [magnetic] heading of 221°. Due to ten-tenths cloud cover, it was impossible to bomb, no PFF ship having been assigned to the formation.

    The return route was flown nearly as brieced. Slight variations are shown on the track chart.

    No flak or enemy fighters were encountered.

    All aircraft returned to base with bombs on board, and landed at 1218 - 1225 hours.
  2. Aircraft Not Attacking. The six aircraft of the low squadron did not attack due to complete cloud cover at the target.
  3. Aircraft Lost. No aircraft were lost on the Mission of 6 June, 1944.
  4. Squadron Leader. 1st Lt. Lee H. Dennis, flying in aircraft 42-30499, led the low squadron.

STATISTICAL SUMMARY
No. of A/C Scheduled -6
No. of A/C Taking Off - 6
No. of A/C Attacking0
No. of A/C Not Attacking6
No. of Sorties6
No. of A/C Lost0


[Signed] Clinton F. Ball, Lt. Colonel, Air Corps, Operations Officer






Bombardier’s Narrative – [Second Force, Squadron 1]:

Group: 351st
Target: Caen, France
Method of Bombing: P.F.F.
Altitude: 16,000’
Direction of Attack: 208° Mag. Heading
Wind Direction: 310°
Wind Velocity: 45 MPH
Bombardier’s Narrative: Four Squadrons of this group bombed by PFF. Bombs were away at 0707 hours on a magnetic heading of 208°. No trouble was encountered.

[Signed:] Elmer R. Robinson, 2nd Lt., Air Corps, Lead Bombardier (PFF Ship)



Bombardier’s Narrative – [Sixth Force, Squadron 5]:

Group: 351st
Target: Caen, France
Method of Bombing: PFF
Altitude: 15,000’
Direction of Attack: 205° Magnetic Heading
Wind Direction: 310°
Wind Velocity: 45 MPH
Bombardier’s Narrative: The two Squadrons of this group bombed on the PFF ship on a magnetic heading of 205° at 0730½ hours.

[Signed:] Allan D. Behrendt, 1st Lt., Air Corps, Lead Bombardier



Combat Bombing Flight Record – [Second Force, Squadron 1]:

Bombardier - 2nd Lt. Robinson, Elmer R.  Pilot - Capt. Grunow, Albert E. Navigator - 1st Lt. Whitehead, George L.
Aircraft B-17G   C-651  Take-off - 0500 Landed - 0949
Objective - Gun emplacement near Caen, France.
Aiming Point (MPI) [Mean Point of Impact] - P.F.F.
Initial Point -As briefed
Method of Attack - Squadron
No. of Attacking A/C in Group: - 24   Composite Group - ____
Number A/C Dropping Bombs by own Sighting Operation: One
Deflection and Range Sighting, Group: P.F.F.   Composite Group - ____
Range Sighting only, Group - P.F.F.    Composite Group - ____
Bombs, Types and Sizes - 100 G.P. [General Purpose]
Number of Bombs Loaded - 38   Released - Same
Fusing, Nose - Instantaneous   Tail - ___
Synchronization - P.F.F. On
Information at Release Point:

Altitude of Target - 50'Magnetic Heading Ordered 213° Actual 208°
True Altitude Above Target - 16,035'True Heading ___°
Indicated Altitude - 16,000Drift, Estimated 14° Right - Actual 20° Right
Pressure Altitude of Target +45True Track ___°
Altimeter Setting 29.92Actual Range 9,711'
Calculated Indicated Air Speed - 150 M.P.H.B.S. Type - M-9
True Air Speed - 196 M.P.H.Time of Release 0707
Ground Speed Est. 218 Actual ___Length of Bombing Run - 8 min.
Wind Direction Metro - 310° Actual - 310°Intervalometer Setting - Minimum
Wind Velocity Metro 45 Actual 45 C-1 Pilot [Autopilot] X [Used]
D.S. - 155.1  Trail - 98   ATF - 33.05A-5 Pilot _____
Tan. D.A, Est. .60 Actual .60 Manual Pilot - _____

Type of Release - Train
Point of Impact If Seen - No
Mean Temp. Metro +0.5 Actual +0.5
Winds - Altitude - 16,000 Ft.  Direction - Metro 310°  Actual 310°  Velocity - Metro 45  Actual 45
Temp C. - Metro -7° C. Actual -7° C.



Combat Bombing Flight Record – [Sixth Force, Squadron 6]:

Bombardier - 1st Lt. Behrendt, Allan D.   Pilot - Capt. McClusky, Sterling L. Navigator - 1st Lt. Sullivan, Edward L.
Aircraft # P-955  Take-off - 0521  Landed - 1022
Objective - Gun emplacement near Caen, France.
Aiming Point (MPI) [Mean Point of Impact] - P.F.F.
Initial Point - As briefed.
Method of Attack - Squadron
Number of Attacking A/C in Group - 12    Composite Group - ____
Number A/C Dropping Bombs by own sighting operation - PFF
Deflection and Range sighting, Group - ____   Composite Group - ____
Range Sighting only, Group - ___    Composite Group - ____
Bombs, Types and Sizes - 100 LB. G.P. [General Purpose]
Number of Bombs Loaded - 38    Released - Same
Fusing, Nose - Instantaneous    Tail - ___
Synchronization - PFF ON
Information at Release Point:

Altitude of Target - 50'Magnetic Heading Ordered 213° Actual 205°
True Altitude Above Target - 14,800True Heading ___°
Indicated Altitude - 15,000Drift, Estimated 14° Right - Actual __°
Pressure Altitude of Target +75True Track ___°
Altimeter Setting 29.92Actual Range 9,125'
Calculated Indicated Air Speed - 150 M.P.H.B.S. Type - M-9
True Air Speed - 196 M.P.H.Time of Release 0730½
Ground Speed Est. 128 Actual ___Length of Bombing Run - 8 min.
Wind Direction Metro - 310° Actual - 310°Intervalometer Setting - Min.
Wind Velocity Metro 45 Actual 45 C-1 Pilot [Autopilot] X [Used]
D.S. - 161.1  Trail - 98 +5   ATF - 32.69A-5 Pilot _____
Tan. D.A, Est. .61 Actual .61 Manual Pilot _____

Type of Release - Train
Point of Impact If Seen - No
Mean Temp. Metro +1.0 Actual +1.0
Winds - Altitude - 15,000 Ft.  Direction - Metro 310° Actual 310° Velocity - Metro 45 Actual 45
Temp C. - Metro -7° C. Actual -7° C.



Track Chart:
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Armament Report:
  1. The following malfunctions were reported on the Mission of 6 June, 1944.
    1. Bombing Malfunctions.
      1. Intervalometer burned out.
      2. One fuse in bomb release circuit burned out.
      3. Bomb indicator light fuse burned out.
  2. Gun or Turret Malfunctions. - None
  3. Personnel Errors.
    1. Not warming up intervalometer sufficiently. Thirty four bombs returned.
    2. Failure to re-engage emergency release properly, breaking door screws.
[Signed:] Michael Steele, CWO, USA, Group Armament Officer


Disposition of Bombs – Second & Sixth Force:

1. Following is the disposition of bombs on the Mission of 6 June, 1944.

SECOND FORCEAIRCRAFTBOMBS
Main BombfallOver TargetBombingNumberSizeTypeFusing: NoseTail
(Coastal Guns)2222812100 lb.GP1/100
Total Bombs Dropped & Loaded812100 lb.GP1/100
SIXTH FORCEAIRCRAFTBOMBS
Main BombfallOver TargetBombingNumberSizeTypeFusing: NoseTail
(Rocket Positions)1212440100 lb.GP1/100
Total Bombs Dropped440100 lb.GP1/100
Bombs Brought Back (Rack Malfunction)34100 lb.GP1/100
TOTAL BOMBS LOADED474100 lb.GP1/100
TOTALS FOR MISSION #141
BOMBS DROPPED1252100 lb.GP1/100
OTHER EXPENDITURES (Rack Malfunction)34100 lb.GP1/100
TOTAL BOMBS LOADED1286100 lb.GP1/100

[Signed:] Robert B. Stratton, Captain, Air Corps, Statistical Officer



“J” Form:
  1. Call Letter and Last Four numbers of A/C in each Squadron:
    a. 94th Combat Wing   Second Force
    Sqdn 508th A/C: 1879–Q, 7349–B, 7798–H, 2971–J, 7534–L, 7557–K
    Sqdn 509th A/C: 9914–S, 6078–G, 7169–N, 7144–R, 1384–T
    Sqdn 510th A/C: 7124–F, 7196–M, 2478–O, 8028–Q, 7252–K
    Sqdn 511th A/C: 7005–Q, 2952–H, 1748–V, 1714–R, 7524–D, 1238–A
    P.F.F. Sqdn 324 A/C: 7651–C (Lead), 7707–A (Deputy Lead)

    b. 94th Combat Wing   Sixth Force
    Sqdn 508th A/C: 8146–D, 1702–A
    Sqdn 509th A/C: 7845–F, 7926–X, 7202–Z, 7216–U
    Sqdn 510th A/C: 2955–P, 7515–L, 1509–V
    Sqdn 511th A/C: 1875–P, 7216–Y, (7381–U Weather A/C)
    P.F.F. Sqdn 324 A/C: 7601–J (Lead)
  2. Target: Second Force - 10/J/40-ILL 43/A
    Target: Sixth Force - 10/J/184-ILL 81/A
  3. W/T and R/T Operational Call Sign of each Squadron:
    Squadron508 [Call Sign]W/T LJQ R/T CARLTONSquadron510 [Call Sign]W/T KOS R/T TIPSTAFF
    Squadron509 [Call Sign]W/T RGN R/T HOTMINTSquadron511 [Call Sign]W/T SFA R/T PARTNERSHIP
  4. a. Second Force: Taxi – 0455; Take-Off – 0500; E.T.D. Field – 0500
    b. Sixth Force: Taxi – 0505; Take-Off – 0520; E.T.D. Field – 0520
  5. Time:Height:  Place of Crossing English Coast: (OUT)
    ____________
  6. Time:Height:  Place of Crossing Enemy Coast: (IN)
    ____________
  7. Time:Height:  Place of Crossing Enemy Coast: (Out)
    ____________
  8. Time:Height:  Place of Crossing English Coast: (IN)
    ____________
  9. E.T.R.(Estimated Time of Return) Base: ____ Hours
  10. MF/DF [Medium Frequency/Direction Finder] Section: "N"
  11. Bomb load of Each A/C: Second Force
    508 Squadron: 38 x 100 # GP [General Purpose] Instantaneous [Fuse] Nose Only
    509 Squadron: 38 x 100 # GP [General Purpose] Instantaneous [Fuse] Nose Only
    510 Squadron: 38 x 100 # GP [General Purpose] Instantaneous [Fuse] Nose Only
    511 Squadron: 38 x 100 # GP [General Purpose] Instantaneous [Fuse] Nose Only


    Bomb load of Each A/C: Sixth Force
    508 Squadron: 38 x 100 # GP [General Purpose] Instantaneous [Fuse] Nose Only
    509 Squadron: 38 x 100 # GP [General Purpose] Instantaneous [Fuse] Nose Only
    510 Squadron: 38 x 100 # GP [General Purpose] Instantaneous [Fuse] Nose Only
    511 Squadron: 38 x 100 # GP [General Purpose] Instantaneous [Fuse] Nose Only
  12. Fuel Load of each A/C: 1700 Gallons
  13. Group Leader:
    a. Second Force: Name: F.A. Richardson Rank: Major A/C: 7651-C  Sqdn. 324th
    b. Sixth Force: Name: L.J. Maginn Rank: 1st Lt. A/C: 7601-J Sqdn. 324th
  14. Passengers, if any: (Full Name, Rank, A/C and Squadron Passenger flying with)
    None

Report Compiled By John Maksimik, S/Sgt.



Formation Chart:
Second Force, Squadron 1 Formation at Take–Off and Over Target
Grunow–Richardson
A/C 42-97651 C PFF
Neal
A/C 42-107124 F
Gibb
A/C 42-97707 A PFF
Raser
A/C 42-97196 M
Wrisberg
A/C 42-38028 Q
Cesarini
A/C 42-102478 O
Second Force, Squadron 2 Formation at Take–Off and Over Target
Brooksby
A/C 44-6078 G
Auten
A/C 42-97252 K
Berardi
A/C 42-39914 S
Redmond
A/C 42-97169 N
Keese
A/C 42-31384 T
Trombley
A/C 42-97144 R
Second Force, Squadron 3 Formation at Take–Off and Over Target
Floden
A/C 42-31879 Q
Roper
A/C 42-97798 H
Kogelman
A/C 42-97349 B
Overholt
A/C 42-102971 J
Condon
A/C 43-37557 K
Hales
A/C 43-37534 L
Second Force, Squadron 4 Formation at Take–Off and Over Target
Gaylord
A/C 42-107005 Q
Power
A/C 42-31748 V
Nay
A/C 42-102952 H
Heller
A/C 42-31714 R
Belote
A/C 42-31238 A
Smith
A/C 43-37524 D
Sixth Force, Squadron 5 Formation at Take–Off and Over Target
Maginn
A/C 42-97601 J PFF
Willard
A/C 42-107216 Y
Crews
A/C 42-31875 P
Garcia
A/C 42-37845 F
Watkins
A/C 42-97202 Z
Medick
A/C 42-97926 X
Sixth Force, Squadron 6 Formation at Take–Off and Over Target
McCluskey
A/C 42-102955 P
Walker
A/C 43-37515 L
McIntyre
A/C 42-31509 V
Lowery
A/C 42-38146 D
Karagiannis
A/C 42-97216 U
Nall
A/C 42-31702 A
Rogner
A/C 42-97381 U

 [Wounded - 0]
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