Date 15 Feb. 45 Target Vienna Austria
Flight Crew p-Ehrenberg c/p-Ingraham,N-Kellogg, B-Timko,E-Miller,R/O Huelskamp, AG-Skiscim,AG-Pendergrass,AG-Thorn, AG Lafranconi.
Plane # 69 Type B24-G, position #6, Box#2, Bombs 8-500 lb. Take Off 0954, I.P. 1336, Alt. 24,700,Bombs Away 1344, Back To Base 1620.
Put on oxygen
#93 joins our formation #8 position.
14 p-38s flying below.
At IP heading 35
Bombs away axis 60 rally heading 150, #67 hit in #1 eng. #75 also bit dropping back loosing alto fast, dropped out of sight just after bombs away, dropped to left could have gone to Russia #75 dropped bombs.
#67 feathered #1 eng. and has dropped way back of formation. Our crew flew our first mission in #75.
Back to base
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