392nd Bomb Group

Target: Watten - 6 April 1944 - Mission #60

Only (2) aircraft were required to fly this mission both loaded with 2000# GP bombs to a military installation. Both were airborne around 1005 hours and followed a PFF lead to the target. Due to undercast weather, bombing results were unobserved. No enemy aircraft or AA fire were experienced. Both aircraft returned safely around 1400 hours.


6 Apr 1944 576th Sqdn.
A/C 131
P Wittel, E.F. 1st Lt.
CP Marsters, W.R. 2nd Lt.
N Karl, J.F. 2nd Lt.
B Zuk, J.C. 2nd Lt.
E Cannada, V.P. S/Sgt.
R Jeffcoat, C.M. T/Sgt.
RW Prost, B.J. Sgt.
LW Williams, R.F. S/Sgt.
BR Lancaster, P.M. S/Sgt.
TG Roti, D.A. Sgt.
577th did not fly.
578th did not fly.
6 Apr 1944 579th Sqn.
A/C 654
P Dickson, J.W. 1st Lt.
CP Bell, C.L. 2nd Lt.
N Orenbach, D. 2nd Lt.
B Bogie, W.W. 2nd Lt.
E Gilmore, E.E. S/Sgt.
R Knight, J.S. S/Sgt.
RW Fleege, J.F. Sgt.
LW Gellis, L. Sgt.
BT Blanco, J.W. Sgt.
TG Egan, A.J. Sgt.
On GH ship:
Taylor, G.H. 1st Lt.