Mission Details for Brunswick (#57)



Number: 57
Date: 4/26/1944 12:00:00 AM
Commander: Maj. J. Maupin
Crews Briefed: 21
Details: Industrial section of Brunswick

Flying Control

Runway: 5
Engines: 0515 Thumbnail image for /Images/Takeoff/Plan05.jpg
Taxi: 0530
Take Off: 0545
E.T.R.: 1222
Notes: Briefing was held at 0230 hours (which means wake up calls at 0030 hours!). All operational aircraft were off by 0629, and all had returned by 1255 hours. Night flying practice took place between 2120 and 2250 hours.


Aircraft: 21
Lost Over Continent: 0
Lost Other: 0
Summary: The Group formed the Lox Box of the 94th Combat Wing on this mission. Because of 10/10th's undercast at the primary target, a secondary target, the industrial section of Brunswick, was bombed by PFF (radar). The Group did not encounter any enemy fighters, and flak was meagre to moderate at the target and on the way in and out of Germany.

Mission Assignments

Squadron Participants