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by Roger A. Freeman

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Author:
Roger A. Freeman
ISBN13:
978-1854090423
ISBN:
1854090429
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Publisher:
Arms & Armour; 1st edition (October 1, 1991)
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Subcategory:
Americas
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1400 kb
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1639 kb
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Roger Anthony Freeman . Strategic Airpower: Europe 1942-1945 (Warbirds Fotofax). ISBN 13: 9780853689607. Roger Anthony Freeman.

Roger A. Freeman (11 May 1928 – 7 October 2005) was an English farmer who also became a noted military aviation historian specialising in US Eighth Air Force operations during World War II. Born in Ipswich, Suffolk, Freeman grew up on the family farm. Born in Ipswich, Suffolk, Freeman grew up on the family farm in Dedham, Essex.

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Another copy of this photograph appears in a booklet by Roger Freeman, entitled,'US Tactical Air Power, Europe 1942-1945', where it states " served a US 7th Army unit". I have been trying to find out a bit more for myself, and according to 'Air Force Combat Units of World War II', by Maurer Maurer, there was no 65th 'Tactical' Reconnaissance Group, during WW2. The two photo sources I quoted both mention the 7th US Army, which had two Liaison Squadrons assigned, the 72nd and the 167th. Could be the 'plane was assigned to one of them.

Tactical Airpower over Europe The Ninth Air Force bore the responsibility for the tactical air war in the ET. Army in World War II; European Theater of Operations, Breakout and Pursuit. Office of the Chief of Military History, Washington, .

The Ninth was comprised of mainly fighter aircraft, or more correctly fighter-bomber14 aircraft whose mission was both simple and at times nebulous. Warfare and the Third Reich.

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