Unusual Incident During A USAAC Ground Support Mission - Germany 1945

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Richard Stone
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Unusual Incident During A USAAC Ground Support Mission - Germany 1945

Post by Richard Stone » 06 Aug 2022 20:47

The attached article discusses an unusual incident that occurred during a successful March 1945 P47 ground support mission in Germany. The original article was printed in the March 18 or 19 issue of the New York Times.


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Re: Unusual Incident During A USAAC Ground Support Mission - Germany 1945

Post by LineDoggie » 07 Aug 2022 01:04

If he survived he's one lucky SOB
"There are two kinds of people who are staying on this beach: those who are dead and those who are going to die. Now let’s get the hell out of here".
Col. George Taylor, 16th Infantry Regiment, Omaha Beach

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