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Strait led another orientation sweep from 1530 to 1759. Landfall was near Egmond at 1622, then the pilots swept beyond Meppel and back to landfall-oul at Schouwen at 1720. The planes then flew down the coast to Calais before heading home. Line-up Tukey, Collins, Bradshaw, Earnhart Ogden, Warren, 0' Barr, Wadlow Burke, Craig, Farmer, Clayborne Engel, Rubner, Holtz, Wyatt Cota, Withers, Ellingson, McLaughlin Vitali, Walters, McHale, E. Cook Halverson, Knapp, Hockmeyer, Fletcher Rann, Wood, Brearley, Vossler (all 3591h pilots) Wood, Thwaites, Campbell, Culp Bailey, Decker, Leyser, Engelhorn Johnson, Fremaux, McDowell, Lee Line-up Sirait (361 st), Leathers (360th), Gansberg (361 st), Tucker (360th) McDowell, Engle (361 st), Wyatt, Krowiak (359th) Maxwell, Mercer (360th), Warren (359th), Obosla (360th) McLaughlin (360th), Lubbers (359th), Thwaites (361 st), Perryman (360th) April 20 (#94) LtCol.

Cook, Mercer Adams(spares) McDowell, Burns, Korhom, Engelhom Wood, Bruce, Campbell, Culp April 27 (#100) LtCol. Baccus led a Type-I 6 Control from 1625 to 1925. Landfall was near Ostend at 170 I and after reaching Reims, the group was vectored west. Near Laon, 14 Gennans were engaged by various flights with four kills claimed against three losses. Lt. Raymond K. Holtz (359th) shot down the same Fw 190 which had just shot him up and he bailed out (Holtz eventually returned to England by way of Spain).

WO. L. 5)Fw 190 dcs((air) Kiel-Lubeck Lt. A. Perryman Fw 190 dest(air) $W Celie Capt. A. Holm Fw 190 prob(air) Kiel-Lubeck Lt. EM. Russell Fw 190 dest(air) Hanover Lt. A. Wyatt Fw 190 prob(air) Kiel-Lubeck LI. A. Vitali Me 109 dest(air) Steinhuder Lake Fw 190 dam(air) Kiel-Lubeck LI. R. Withers Me 109 desl(air) Hanover Ll. R. Withers Fw 190 dcst(uir) Kiel Me 109 dam(air) Hanover Ll. W. Adams Fw 190 prob(uir) Kiel Lt. c. L· Hcurcux Me 109 dam(air) Hanover LI. A. Perryman Fw 190 dam(uir) Kiel Capt.

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