By Steve Luce
;86th Fighter workforce in WWII КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: Eagle EditionsАвтор: Steve W. LuceЯзык: EnglishГод издания: 2007Количество страниц: 144ISBN: 0-9721060-8-1Формат: pdf OCRРазмер: 61,9 mbHere is the whole tale of the educational and operations of the 86th Fighter Bomber team, 3rd Air strength and later with the 12th Air strength. the boys in addition to the machines they flew are rigorously offered in a complete, totally photographically documented layout. incorporated are a variety of, never-before-told own money owed of strive against and existence within the 86th, woven in with the old textual content researched and written through Steve Luce, a son of 1 of the group’s pilots Lt. Warren Luce. Profiles of opt for colourful plane, their A-36s and P-47 Thunderbolts, are vividly illustrated via Terry Higgins. education used to be in Meridian, Mississippi in 1942 with A-36s. They have been first deployed in 1943 to North Africa and later to Italy and Corsica flying the P-47 within the MTO. Early 1945 chanced on the energetic and powerful 86th in France and Germany till war’s finish. The unit’s whole recognized victory checklist is released herein. discover their whole tale via this photo-rich old presentation of 1 of WWII’s profitable Fighter Bomber teams. RAPIDили IFOLDER zero
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Frederic Henriod was the Intel Officer for th 526th. From the squadron's combat diary on 13 June 1944: Formerly XI*8 of tile 79th, this hanf/-me-down P-40 was a stopgap measure for the Group until the advent of their first P-47s, also used goods. After tile all-roulld excellence of the A-36, there were very few, if any, of the pilots who looked forward to flying tile P-40 or P-47. The P-47 was an unknown and the P-40 was a rudder-lleavy aircraft, not as responsive as tlleir A-36s. 54 The whole squadron is up now in its new calllp at Ciampino.
The front half of the convoy pushed on to Pisa and the rear half returned to Grosseto. Quarters were established in buildings belonging to the University of Pisa. The facility had previously been the Palazzo dei Cavalieri and, finally, the Scuola Normale Superiore which Enrico Fermi attended. The front section of the building dated back to the 11th century. German lines were less than 20 miles north of the field at Pisa and a Welu'macht breakthrough, which roUed south in early November, was stopped just outside of the city.
And gray. The assiglled pilot Dick Wiessner, told DeLllco. to forget the paint alld concentrate on the engine. 0. and natl/ral metal finish. "BenllY jane" and crew chief on tile 527tJI ramp at "T-ville" in early 1945. 87 'I'III~ Illj'I'1I I~HHI'I'lni «HiOIH) IN "T"TII «~II1\I)'1'lni I~I'TI~: l"llillVt:lt illVIJ t;ltllllllllVIT J The 525th ramp at Tantonville (Nancy), France in early 1945. Razorback number 18, in the background, has only the white empennage, the red stripes not yet having been painted.