Aircraft Database Losses of the US 8th and 9th Air Forces in WW2

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  1. Jan7

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    To bad it isnt in English
     
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    Dear Syscom3:

    Is in bilingual form: Datenbank Abfrage, probe again, please.




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    I did one cursory search for April 24, 1944 to see if it would return the 355th and 35th FG P-51B losses around Munich but I only was able to retrieve 4th FG Biel who went down near Darmstadt.

    There are 7 Mustangs that went down to mid air collisions or 109s near Munich.

    Jan Hey has the data so I am suprised to not see them returned in my search?
     
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    Drdondog: This link seems interesting for you.....The Battle Over Munich – April 24, 1944






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    Sorry for long delay Jan - you may note that I wrote that article - I have since updated the data considerably

    Regards,

    Bill Marshall
     
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