• 6 April 1944
  • Mission #60
  • Target: Watten

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.

CREW LOADING LIST - MISSION #60

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.