OPERATIONAL MISSION #071
03 Sep 1944

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010 DB 25
Myers

963 DJ 21
Frazier
311 DE 26
Hilfinger
2
BS

MAX 260 FRAG

883 DP 18
Barker

37998 DF 24
Sowers-Rex,J.

Cam
BS

 
008 TG 19
Reed-Thompson
1
BS
314 DD 18
Youngblood

958 DH 26
Lovan
973 DN 15
Cifrese
3
Cam
487th 12x500 SAP's 996 DA 17
McIntire

Cam 944 DR 19
Warmack
MAX 260 FRAG
949 NB 5
Eachen
899 NT 7
Walker
985 DL 21
Patterson
4
835 TB 35
Decklemeyer
927 TG 28
Austin
136 NR 10
Stuart
2
BS 992 TP 28
Chambers
856 PK 43
Wegener
2
BS
875 NF 7
Friend
 

Cam
BS

972 NJ 9
Larson-Smith,N.
Stations:
Start Eng.:
Taxi:
Take off:
Last time TO:
902 TA 38
Springer

Cam
BS

312 DC 20
Dickerson
800 NS 1 BS
Munroe-Wilson
1
891 PJ 40 Cam BS
Fellmeth-McCabe
1
137 NN 34
Thompson
 
966 NG 10
List
Spare lead:
Spare Crews:

Spares:
908 NH 5 FRAG Cam BS
Tulman 937 TK 29 SAP
Wallenbrock 140 TS 32
942 TJ 36
005 TM 31
Hall
041 PL 49
White
959 Dk 25
Unger-Steen
3
007 PE 46
Yochem
3
246 ND 13
St. Clair
 
646 NA 9
Buettner
194 TN 35
Coy
034 PP 50
Tubbs
945 NC 6
Parker-Lyster
4
820 TT 30
Roper-Steedman
4
954 NK 2
Simmons
Cam 952 TV 38
Eakin-Davis
Cam
 
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 Battery
402 39   39 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 660
151
260Frag
500SAP
86.9
37.7
Ex 8
9
  2nd
Claims Casualties Remarks
De Da Pr K W M "B" & "C" groups excellent. Inadequate film coverage on "A", but believed good.
0 0 0 0 0 0

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