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I49) Lt. Stuart led 8 planes of the 38 Ist on an AAP in the Cherbourg area from 1540 to 1750. (#161) Capt. McEachron led 8 planes of the 380th on an AAP in the Cherbourg area from 2145 to 2250. (#150) Capt. McEachron led 8 Mustangs of the 380th on an AAP in the Cherbourg area from 1845 to 2025. JulyS (# 162) Lt. Wheeler led 8 P-51 s of the 381 st on an AAP in the Cherbourg area from 0635 to 0845. (#151) 8 P-5 Is of the 382nd flew an AAP in the Cherbourg area from 2000 to 2 I50. (#163) Capt. Williams led 8 planes of the 380th on a P-47 escort from 0700 to 0900.
164) 8 P-51s of the 382nd flew an AAP in the Cherbourg area from 0943 to 1117. (#165) Ll. Munder led 8 Mustangs of the 381 st on an AAP in the Cherbollrg area from 1550 to 1738. (#176) 8 P-51s of the 382nd flew an AAP in the Cherbourg area from 1710 to 1910. (#177) Maj. Culberson led 9 P-51 s of the 381 st on an AAP in the Cherbourg area from 1845 to 2100. The pilots arrived in the aI'ea at 1850 and patrolled unti I 2050. Lt. Edward M. Myers was hit by Oak and crash-landed near Caumont where he evaded (#166) Lt.
The planes made landfall at 1402 near Viervi lie and they later crossed out in the same area at 1438. The only claim was for 1o bridge, hit near Lessay. ' Irvin led 40 P-51s on a dive-bombing effort in the Chartres-Cloyes-Flers-Loire area from 18 I5 to 2018. Landfall came at 1901 near Fecamp and claims on the mission came to 10-0 railcars, 0-2 bridges, and O-llIuck. Ll. Paul F. Clark (381 st) bailed out northwest of Bonneval after getting caught in a bomb blast and he later returned to Allied control.
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