By William N Hess, Chris Davey
The forty ninth FG used to be despatched to Australia in early 1942 to assist stem the tide of eastern conquest in Java. Too past due to avoid wasting the island, the crowd went into motion within the defence of Darwin, Australia, the place the Forty-NinersвЂ™ handful of P-40E Warhawks have been thrown into wrestle along survivors from the defeated forces that had fled from the Philippines and Java. This e-book assesses the phenomenal functionality of the forty ninth FG, pitted opposed to more suitable eastern forces. by means of VJ-Day the gang had scored 668 aerial victories and gained 3 unusual Unit Citations and ten crusade stars for its striking efforts.
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