4th Fighter Group ''Debden Eagles'' by Chris Bucholtz

By Chris Bucholtz

4th Fighter team "Debden Eagles" КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: Osprey Publishing LtdСерия: Aviation Elite devices 30Автор(ы): Chris BucholtzЯзык: EnglishГод издания: 2008Количество страниц: 66x2ISBN: 978-1-84603-321-6Формат: pdf OCRРазмер: 45,9 mb RAPIDили IFOLDER sixty eight

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On ]3 April, Col Blakeslee led a Target Wirlldrawal Support mis ion to chweinFurt that lasted five hours. The bombers were already oming under attack when the P-51 s reached the rendezvous point south ofAschaFFenburg, and the 4th was immediately engaged by a group oF20 Fw 190s. Wear on the tail of 1Lt Bob Hills' P-51B 43-6717 is clearly evident. Assigned to the 4th FG in May 1944, this aircraft was eventually withdrawn from use three months later after suffering irreparable battle damage. The previous month, Hills had been named D Flight commander.

Fraser became a PoW. The 336th F was next off at 0635 hI'S, led by Lt Col Clark, as it provided tOp cover for ships bombarding the landing beaches. At 1120 hI'S the 334th F , led by Capt Hively, tOokoffagain, this time with twO sections loaded with bombs while the other sections served as tOp cover. Heading for Rouen, a 82 J 5-carriage troop train was attacked, with Fw 190, although he was able to nurse his crippled Mustang back to England. By then the 335th FS, led by CO Maj James Happel, had bombed the Fleury marshalling yards.

I watched him go down toward me ground, well under control but wim no power. Then 1Lt McKennon came in and hit him a Few times. The enemy aircraft had its wheels down and was [lying to Force-land on rile airfield JUSt beneath LIS. He went into a very small field, and hi aeroplane broke up into many pieces. ' On ]3 April, Col Blakeslee led a Target Wirlldrawal Support mis ion to chweinFurt that lasted five hours. The bombers were already oming under attack when the P-51 s reached the rendezvous point south ofAschaFFenburg, and the 4th was immediately engaged by a group oF20 Fw 190s.

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