By Edward Jablonski
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In what with in —and "borrowing" (on the second mission to Rabaul the B-24 carrying Group Commander Colonel Arthur training set leakages discovered in the cooling system, problems the operational P-38s by the South Pacific of command Solomons campaign. Eventually, in to operate. The December 1942, first the P-38s began Japanese plane brought down by one was achieved in an unorthodox manner. According to General Kenney "a big good-natured New Orleans Cajun named Faurot" was flying over BUCCANEER 17 "When the kids returned, I asked Faurot nerve enough to claim 'the ^i?
Escort eventually Over Marilinan, trans- C-47s carrying about seventeen hundred men, were met by Thirty-Mile of the U. S. The unarmed 503rd Paratroop Regiment. just their first escorts over As the armada proceeded, rose to a hundred fighters. southwest of Lae, the C-47s formed into drop formation and flew to Nadzab, which flanked Lae to the west. What followed was one of the as, finest, most precise airdrops of the war, according to Kenney, MacArthur in his com- Guinea and Rabaul. " forces could strike at another Japanese stronghold up terceptions.
With his directional but gone, Wilkins might easily have flown into the path of the Mitchells flying alongside him. He rolled the plane slightly, with what little aileron had, to avoid colliding with his wing still mates. " In fire full erupting from "those an instant the Mitchell's left wing crumpled and the bomber smashed into the sea. Wilkins and his crew were Henebry skimmed and yawed away from Rabaul Kiriwina. a amid- squarely struck this vessel a transport of control he strafed. knocked down battle more bombs than forty, of which twenty-four were hit by course.
Airwar (Outraged Skies, Wings of Fire) by Edward Jablonski