Fighter Group: The 352nd Blue-Nosed Bastards in World War II

Fighter Group: The 352nd Blue-Nosed Bastards in World War II by Jay A. Stout (Hardback, 2012)
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Meticulously researched, fast-paced, and laced with wartime humor, this book is the next best thing to having been there. More than grayscale and color photographs illustrate over 80 fascinating tales describing the achievements and wartime life of this highly decorated fighter group.

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Training for combat became intense during those next few months. The Group flew its first combat mission on September 9, , an uneventful sweep out over the North Sea to escort returning Bs. Some 40 pilots participated in this mission. Although the nd had several minor encounters with the enemy in their early missions, it wasn't until November 26th that Major J.

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Meyer, C. During WWII the nd flew missions, 59, operational combat hours, destroyed enemy aircraft and had 29 aerial aces. Returning to the U. Product details Format Hardback pages Dimensions x x People who bought this also bought. Hell's Angels Jay A. Add to basket.

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Stationed at Bodney, northeast of London, England, for most of the war, the nd Fighter Group flew as part of the famed U. Sign In Sign Up. I guess thats a function of entering the war later when the hun was more scarce? Stock Image. Armed to the teeth