Mission No. Thirty-Four – December 19, 1944

Target: Front Line Support – 50-17N, 06-41E
Bomb Load: 12-500# G.P.
Gas Load: 2400 gallons
Briefing: 0515
Plane: H4003 – No Name
Position: #3, #1 Element, High Sqdn., 41st “A” Gp.
T.O.: 0912 Land: 1558 Time: 6 hours, 46 minutes
Left Base: 1058 @ 15000′
Bombs Away:  1257-1/2; 23900′; -36 degrees C
Distance: 775 SM

Remarks: Bombed by instrument.  GEE H.  Very nice mission except for weather.  Only part of formation able to take off before fog rolled in.  No flak over target.  Unable to land at base upon return.  Landed at Marston-in-Marsh.  Remained overnight.  Returned to base next day by truck.

[Note: This was the 379th Bomb Group’s 232nd mission.]


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