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Bancroft, DFC, OM, 421635. 158 and Hills, NSW; b. Rockdale, NSW, 29 Oct 1916. 96 Sqns RAF. Compositor; of Pennant May-lune R A I L W A Y WORKSHO P S A T TA C K E D 31 destroyed, causing the bomb-doors and flaps to fall open, and a large hole, three feet long and the full width of the aircraft, was smashed in the floor. Another gaping hole appeared near the radio position, both turrets were useless, one of the petrol tanks was holed, and fires broke out in the bomb bay and near the rear bulkhead.

Tait, DSO, DFC, RAF. 51 and 35 Sqns RAF, 467 Sqn; comd 51 Sqn 194041, 1652 Conversion Unit 194142, 78 Sqn 1942, 22 OTU 194344, 617 Sqn 1944; Operations Offr, 53 and 54 Bases, Waddington, 1944, 100 Gp HQ 194445. Regular air force offr; of Abereynon, Glamorganshire, Wales; b. Manchester, England, 9 Dec 1916. 40 P R E P AR A T I O N S F O R ASSAULT ON N. W. E U RO P E 1944 routed ships in the South Atlantic and one in the Mediterranean. The knowledge that their vigilance was resulting in great Allied material superiority vis-ii-vis Germany helped crews to maintain philosophically their arduous patrols, which otherwise would have seemed dull and monotonous.

Paddington, NSW, 6 Jan 1923. May-June P H O T O G R A P H I C R E CONNAISSAN C E 25 The fruits of air superiority also gave the Allies a freedom of tactical reconnaissance which contrasts sharply with the sorry enemy failure. AAF. F. and four squadrons of No. 1 06 Group, Coastal Command, avail­ able for photographic reconnaissance. AF. F. squadrons, frequently flew, in one day, more sorties than the entire e nemy effort for the six weeks before 5th June. One of the first requirements of General Eisenhower was a complete photographic cover of the invasion beaches and their immediate hinter­ land, but to hide any special interest in one area it was necessary to extend this cover from Holland to Brittany.

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