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... Fifth Air Force 1 April – 30 June 1945 V Bomber Command, – 4 March August 1945 V Fighter Command, – 4 March August 1945 Headquarters, 13th Air Force, 1 January ...
... Air Force was scheduled to receive three night fighter squadrons with a mission to effect night air defence of US air bases when these were established on the Continent ... Charmy Down was selected as a base for these squadrons which would arrive individually, not as part of a group, and were to be equipped with the new Northrup P-61 ... Personnel of the 422d Night Fighter Squadron arrived first on 7 March 1944 and had their aircrews posted to various RAF night fighter and signal schools for theatre indoctrination ...
1st Bombardment Squadron (B-17 Flying Fortress) Assigned to 9th Bombardment Group Orlando AAB, 31 October-15 December 194225 February-3 March 1944 Brooksville AAF, 15 December 1942 – 25 February 1944 5th ...
307 (City of Lwów) Polish Night Fighter Squadron (Polish 307 Dywizjon Myśliwski Nocny "Lwowskich Puchaczy" ) was a Polish night fighter squadron formed in Great Britain on 24 ... It was the only Polish night fighter squadron fighting alongside the Royal Air Force during World War II. 307 Squadron is named after the City of Lwow in the Eastern Poland province of Galicia ...
Famous quotes containing the words squadron, night and/or fighter:
“Well gentlemen, this is it. This is what weve been waiting for. Tonight your target is Tokyo. And youre gonna play em the Star Spangled Banner with two-ton bombs. All youve got to do is to remember what youve learned and follow your squadron leaders. Theyll get you in, and theyll get you out. Any questions? All right thats all. Good luck to you. Give em hell.”
—Dudley Nichols (18951960)
“Its one of the tragic ironies of the theater that only one man in it can count on steady workthe night watchman.”
—Tallulah Bankhead (19031968)
“A pleasant smell of frying sausages
Attacks the sense, along with an old, mostly invisible
Photograph of what seems to be girls lounging around
An old fighter bomber, circa 1942 vintage.”
—John Ashbery (b. 1927)