A bound for the orders of the torsion groups of surfaces by Murakami M.

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He had claimed 5 victories while flying with the 63rd Fighter Squadron on his first. May4 (#107) LtCo!. Tukey led a penetration support from 0820 to 1145. Landfall came at 0922 and since the bombers aborted, the group flew to the Gottingen area. Blue Flight ofthe 360th strafed in the Herford-Bielefeld area and claimed 0-3 locos (all shared by Capt. Kress, and LIs. Walters, L' Heureux, and Perryman) while the 361 stlangled with some Fw 190's in the Dummer Lake-Steinhuder Lake area. Six 190's were downed, but Capt.

B. Smilh Me 109 prob(air) Sleinhuder Lake Lt. WE. Johnson (2)Me 410 dcst(grd) Cloppenburg AIF 3601h: Lt. B. McLaughlin Me 410 dcst(grd) Cloppenburg AIF LL B. Borelli Cloppenburg AlF Me 410 dam(grd) ill World War /I AprilS (#82) Col. Malmstrom led a sweep from 1330 to 1633. Landfall was at 1416 and the pilots flew to the Munster area. Turning for home due to the weather, the group crossed out at 1543 near Walcheren. 359th: 360th: 361 st: April 1 (#81) LtCol. Tukey led a sweep from 0748 to 1106. Landfall was made at 0840 north of Ijmuiden, then the squadrons split up to look for targets.

Hewett and Lt. Lee (361 st) strafed in the Abbeville area on the way out and shot up two flak towers. Six pilots were MIA on the mission, with four being lost due to the weather. Capt. Fred S. Porter and Lt. DeWitt 359th: 30 Line-up Baccus', Weber, Smith, Earnhart Rann, Warren, Bradshaw, O'Barr Thorne, Richason', Engel, Knudsen Burke, Clayborne, Farmer*, Vossler The 356tll Fighter Group ill World War I! 360th: 361 st: Malmstrom, J. Cook, Stratford, Borelli Kress, Ellingson, Withers, Adams Krieger, Hockmeyer, Halverson, Hall Parker, Niemi, Vitali, Green (squadron had 3 aborts but pilots are unknown) Tukey, Jack, McDowell, Lee Waller, Thwaites, Gibson, Fremaux Strait, Culp, Johnson, Engelhorn 360th: 361 st: March 27 (#79) LtCol.

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