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Above: A 1 t FG Lightning touches down on a Corsican airfield during the Southern France Invasion of August 1944. / Frallns j. Pope 93 Right: rew Chief Ralph P. Willett with his F-5A-10 (s/n 42-13095), 12th Ph ,3rd PhGr, Florence, Italy, October 1944. Machine was 'graywhite mist' colour, with red prop spinner. LOllise on left engine nacelle. / Ralph P. Willett Belotv: Home of the 3rd PhGr, con isting of the 5th, 12th and 23rd PhSs. The 3rd remained in the 12th AF while the P-3 group tran ferred to the 15th AF in November 1943.
Ifl~i unarmed JuS2s. We should mention ~t participated very effi . 18 April, 47 Warbawlcs . S~lt:J staged the 'Palm Sunday , .. ~. Me1~ shot down for the loss of six Warbawks :lrld one' Spitfire. ) The success of Flax, predicated upon Allied counn-ol of the air over North Africa from . mid March onward, wrote the final pronouncement for the Axis powers there. On 13 May 270,000 German and Italian soldiers. trapped on Tunisia's north coast and denied the means to make war, surrendered at last. Field Marshal Rommel left North Africa shortly before the end.
The 82nd FG would claim only four more aerial victories, one of them being a P-51 Mu tang! On 29 October the 82nd flew penetration e cort for B-24s to Munich. Before the rendezvous point wa reached, a lone P-51B lid into formation with an element of the 95th FS P-38s, at time flying on the wing of t Lee Carr. The bombers were picked up nd e corted to Munich. After leaving the bomber, most of the 2nd pilot hit the deck to trafe targets of opportunity. When low on mmunition they rejoined, and flew in c mpany with Lt Hawthorn, who had been hit by ground fire and wa returning ingleengine.