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67th tactical reconnaissance groupの例文

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  • The 67th Tactical Reconnaissance Group based F6 / P-51 Mustang photo-reconnaissance aircraft at Le Molay from July though August 1944.
  • In 1947, the 67th Tactical Reconnaissance Group ( later Wing ) was activated as part of a service-wide, wing-base test and assigned to March.
  • Quickly, the Ninth Air Force 67th Tactical Reconnaissance Group arrived at Limburg with a variety of reconnaissance aircraft, remaining for about a week until moving east into Central Germany.
  • The Ninth Air Force 67th Tactical Reconnaissance Group moved in on 10 April and remained until July, flying photo-reconnaissance missions from the airfield using a variety of aircraft.
  • Under American control, the Ninth Air Force assigned the 67th Tactical Reconnaissance Group to the airport which flew a variety of photo-reconnaissance aircraft until the end of September 1944.
  • Their RF-51Ds were sent to Korea along with many of their pilots and joined the 67th Tactical Reconnaissance Group where they served in combat, flying hazardous unarmed reconnaissance missions over enemy-held territory.
  • The 12th shared a Presidential Unit Citation with the 67th Tactical Reconnaissance Group for the " most extensive low altitude oblique photographic assignment ever undertaken over enemy territory . " Now the 12th TRS turned to photographing targets over Belgium and France  targets from Le Havre to Luxembourg, and from Leige to Lorient.
  • Its operational use by the USAAF was by the Ninth Air Force 67th Tactical Reconnaissance Group, which operated various photo-reconnaissance aircraft ( P-38, P-51 ) from the airfield taking reconnaissance photos west of the Ludendorff Bridge supporting the advancing Ninth Army to close the Ruhr Pocket until the end of April 1945 when it moved into Central Germany.