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Lil; and Ll. John Gervan names stopped and it veered off on its left wing into the Chan- (381 st) was last seen in the same area. The guns were never a right turn, closing into range. " seen. so bombs were dropped on flak areas near Coutances Also, Lt. Elmo H. Berglind (38Ist) returned for a visit to with unknown results. Landfall-out later came at 1030 near Hague Forts. the Group after having evaded capture since his loss 00 March 18. (5 lost) 31 The 363rd Fighter Group ;/1 World War II During the evening the pilots flew their planes to France.
Monison Capt. A]ex J. Melancon August 9, ]944-August 14,1944 Capl. Louis D. Morrison August 14, ]944-August 28,1944 381st Fighter Squadron Cnmmanders Capt. Dave H. Culberson March I, I943-April 8, 1943 May 24, 1943-July 26,1944 Maj. Dave H. Culberson Capt. Charles W. Lasko July 26, I944-AugU5t 27,1944 Capt. Fred A. Munder August 27, I944-August 29, ]944 48 Appendices 382nd Fighter Squadron Commanders Lt. Thomas L. Hayes March I, 1943-May 1943 Maj. Robert C. McWherter May 24, 1943-August 23,1944 Capt.
Claims on the flight came to 0-3 trucks near Hennebont. (#319) Lt. McCowan led 8 planes of the 381 st on an ACC mission to the Brest area from 1545 10 1820. (#307) Capt. Morrison led 8 P-51 s of the 380th on an ACC mission to the Brest area from 1712 to 1915. (#320) Capt. Melancon led 8 P-51 s of the 380th on an ACC (#308) Lt. Boland led 8 ships of the 381 Sl on an ACC mission tn the Brest area from 1800 to 2100. mission to the Brest area from 1645 to J 840. (#321) Lt. Brink led 8 planes of the 382nd on an ACC mission to the Brest area from 174510 20 I O.
363rd Fighter Group in WWII