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 Lieutenant) November 11, 2014

Last days of air war in Germany Near end of World War II in Europe. United States 9th Air Force P-47 aircraft, virtually unopposed, strafe German targets on the ground. Gun camera footage from P-47s of the 100th Fighter Wing, 362nd Fighter Group, 377th, 378th Fighter Squadrons:

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 Lieutenant) October 29, 2014

On U.S. shuttle-bombing operations over Germany between bases in Great Britain, Italy, and Russia. Scenes shown include:

  • B-17 planes bomb the French coast, B-24s bomb a German factory. B-17s are attacked by German fighters and some fall in flames; others fly on to land in Russia. An
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 Lieutenant) October 02, 2014
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The German city of Dresden, once hailed as the “Florence of the Elbe” and an eternal testament to the architectural beauty of humankind, led a charmed life during the Second World War. Its great regard as a cultural center had precluded its inclusion as a bombing target for much of the war, and...read more

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 HQ Batallón) September 24, 2014
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The attack on German dams was carried out on May 16 - 17, 1943 during the height of the Second World War with the aim of damaging and destroying as much of Germany's industry as possible.

Crew members used specially developed 'bouncing bombs' code named Upkeep and designed by Barnes...read more

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 HQ Comando Supremo) June 28, 2014
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P atrol aviation in the Atlantic in WW II has been described as  “thousands of hours of boredom interspersed with moments of sheer terror.” On 7 December 1941, patrol aviation in the Atlantic was organized under Commander Patrol Wings, U.S. Atlantic Fleet. Five wings were located as follows: ...read more

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 HQ Comando Supremo) June 01, 2014
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No one doubts the bravery of the thousands of men who flew and died in Bomber Command. The death rate was an appalling 44%. And yet until the opening of a monument in Green Park this year they have received no official recognition, with many historians claiming that the offensive was immoral and...read more

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