By United States War Dept., Stephen E. Ambrose
"What impresses me so much approximately this e-book is what it tells us in regards to the U.S. military and warfare division in global conflict II. No different military in heritage has ever recognized its enemy in addition to the yankee military knew the German military whilst the american citizens crossed the Rhine River and commenced their ultimate offensive. The British had fought the Germans longer, the Russians had fought extra of them, so their collective adventure used to be more than that of the americans. yet they'd no longer systematically accrued the knowledge, placed it so as, and released it. This quantity is exclusive and useful past measure." -Stephen E. Ambrose from his creation
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Hopkins, "Encounter Report," May 29, 1944. "Wallace B. Frank, "Encounter Report," May 29, 1944. Ibid. " Dale F. Spencer, "Encounter Report," May 29, 1944. 401" Bomb Group, "Statement of Maj. Ralph J. White, Group Leader," May 31,1944. " Spencer, Ibid. , 401" Bomb Group, "Statement of Capt. cribner C. Dailey, Deputy Group Leader," May 31, 1944. " Stryker, June 4, 1944. JO Lichter, correspondence with parents, May 30, 1944. er of '44 months by the middle of May and although rumors of the great five operation abounded, events on the ground in France seemed unlikely to completely aJter time-tested methods.
40 Although Callaway was unable to see any hits on the German, his effort to ward off the attack apparently succeeded. 1st Lt. Robert Eckfeldt, piloting "Bald Eagle" - his personal P-51B, was also credited with destroying an FW-190 during the sharp engagement which followed the German at- Lt. Col. Wallace E, Hopkins, 361 st Fighter Group Operations Officer, seen on the wing of his personal P-51 "Ferocious Frankie" named for his wife, Courtesy George Lichter auspiciously. "I was leading tack. Having missed the initial order to drop tanks due to radio trouble, Eckfeldt was initially late in the pursuit, but eventually latched on to a highly skiJlful German pilot.
As fered. For them, the fever pitch of activity brought by the invasion had begun on the afternoon of June 5 - and had continued non-stop through the following day. Indeed, for the better part would be the ca e throughout the coming day, the task of the "Yellowjackets" would be to interdict German road and rail traffic behind the front, in theory barring the daylight move- of a week after the landings, multi-mission day would be the norm, and rest would be difficult to obtain. "The crew chiefs didn't sleep at all for over 48 hours," recalled Ru sell Sever on, a former crew chief in the 374th Squadron.