|19 March 1945 |
One hundred pound general purpose bombs were used by the Group in attacking the marshalling yard at Muhldorf, Germany, on 19 March. A great deal of damage was done to the target, but the bomb pattern was scattered over a comparatively large area. Of the thirty-five planes led over the target by Captain Thackston, only one was hit by flak. Unfortunately, however, a man was injured in the damaged airplane. Colonel Lawhon, flying in the tail end position of the formation, finished his tour of combat duty with this mission.