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In that book, Francis notes an aerial victory for July 20, 1944, but the history of the 332d Fighter Group for July 1944, the mission report of the 332d Fighter Group for July 20, 1944, and the aerial victory credit orders issued by the Fifteenth Air Force in 1944 do not support the claim.
THE TUSKEGEE AIRMEN BRISTLED at Momyer's remarks, which they considered, as Dryden put it, "uninformed and patently unfair." They retorted that Momyer's preferences for white escort units had restricted the 99th to air-ground support missions, limiting their ability to engage the enemy and win the aerial victory credits that so impressed the army air forces brass.
It also has compiled aerial kill victory studies for all the wars and maintains the Air Force's official aerial victory credit list.
On the 3rd he attacked an enemy Aviatik, his first aerial victory. On the 21st he drove another two-seater into the ground.
With ten aerial victory credits, he became a double ace.
Yingling and his buddies, aerial victory credits published in several forms over the years, and the entire body of historical evidence available to us, no 18th Fighter-Bomber Wing pilot could have come near a MiG-15 at the time and date indicated, let alone shot one down.
Haulman has authored three books, including Air Force Aerial Victory Credits, The USAF and Humanitarian Airlift Operations, and One Hundred Years of Flight: USAF Chronology of Significant Air and Space Events, 19032002.
(9) Since it was parked it can hardly be counted as an aerial victory. In any case according to The Big Show, Clostermann was in hospital with a minor wound between March 24 and 30,1945.
After his eighth aerial victory, Kaiser Wilhelm awarded Berthold the Pour le Merite.
It was the first operationally-ready Army Air Forces fighter group in England, and one of its pilots scored the first Army Air Forces aerial victory while operating from Britain.
The four Fifteenth Air Force fighter groups that took part in the air battle over Memmingen on July 18, 1944, in defense of the B-17s of the 5th Bombardment Wing earned a total of forty-one aerial victory credits, equal to the number of enemy aircraft they downed on that mission day.
Obviously, some of the members of the 332d Fighter Group and its squadrons earned more than one aerial victory during World War II.