Robert J. Weichhand Mission March 19, 1945

March 19, 1945


Takeoff today was at 0905. We carried 20 double clusters of 100# bombs. (40 in all) Our target was Landshut Germany - a little south of Regensberg. A long haul! Skinner made his 13th - Next one is ours. We encountered no flak at all - we were briefed for no guns! We had P-38 escorts, and they stayed with us a long time before and after the target. Altitude was 17,000 and after takeoff we lost 100# in oxygen pressure. So we sucked oxygen only a little on the way to the target. Resulting in everyone getting headaches and Ace getting sick because of lack of oxygen. We landed at 17:05. 8 hrs. of flying. Results were thought to be good.


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My Trip to San Pancrazio

October 2019


NOTE change in month !!!

DATES: Oct 26-29, 2023

CITY:Tucson, AZ

HOTEL: Double Tree Suites Airport hotel

7051 South Tucson Blvd., Tucson, AZ 85756


Click here to read about the reunion details.

previous reunions

For Sale

The Other Doolittle Raid

The Broken Wings of Zlatibor

The Liberandos

Three Crawford Brothers

Liberando: Reflections of a Reluctant Warrior

376th Bomb Group Mission History

The Last Liberator

Full Circle

Shadows of Wings

Ten Men, A "Flying Boxcar," and A War

I Survived Ploesti

A Measure of Life

Shot Down In Yugoslavia

Stories of My Life


Born in Battle

Bombardier's Diary

Lost Airmen

Langdon Liberando