OPERATIONAL MISSION #067
26 Aug 1944
Formation after Assembly

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007 PE 48
Towne-Uhle
1
"A" Group
856 PK 43
Springer

025 PB 47
Hendricks-Mitchell
029 PN 45
Andrews
2
312 DC 20
Van Camp
1
835 TB 35
Hall
820 TT 30
Coy
140 TS 32
Fitzsimmons-Thomas
1
944 DR 17
Myers
958 DH 26
Foy
Stations:
Start Eng.:
Taxi:
Take off:
Last time TO:
  031 PM 42
Stroebe
952 TV 38
Belanger
963 DJ 21
Fairhead
2
916 TD 31
Weatherly
2
973 DN 15
Steiber
959 DK 25
Sandblom
Spare lead:
Spare crews:

Spares:
908 NH 5
Rohan 937 TK 29 (Sortie)
Buettner 142 NP 12
910 TC 29
931 TH 32
041 TL 49
Eakin
034 PP 50
Austin
883 DT 18
Patterson
110 NL 1
Robinson-Howell
1
"B" Group 137 NN 14
Smith,G

943 PG 50
Dickerson-Rex,J
949 NB 6
Ashley
2
008 DG 19
Larson-Guthrie
1
972 NH 11
Wallenbrock
246 ND 13
St. Clair
37998 DF 24
Sowers-Miller
1
85 NF 7
Hartsoe
899 NT 7
List
020 DP 16
Barker
314 DD 18
Jensen
945 NC 6
Parker
2
311 DE 26
Chappelle
2
966 NC 10
Delanois
136 NR 10
Stuart
996 DA 17
Macgill
942 TJ 36
Youngblood
954 NK 2
Simmons
005 TM 31
Zurkoff
 
Target F/O # Aircraft Abortions Battle Damage Ordnance Results Alt
(k ft)
Mission
Time
Position
in
Combat Wing
Airborne Dispatched Attacking Losses Mech B/D Weather Other Major Minor # Type Tons
Brest Gun
Batteries
396 40   21   0 0 19 0 0 0 776 100GP 194 Ex 21   Lead
Claims Casualties Remarks
De Da Pr K W M

Targets were bombed by sqdn formations. Clouds prevented 3 sqdns from bombing. Patterson, flew the diamond position of the lead squadron, of the "A" group. Zurkoff did the same in the "B" group. Rohan flew for Eakin and Austin filled in for Carroll..

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