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Flers Marshalling Yard , 7 June 1944

Flers Marshalling Yard , 7 June 1944

STRATEGIC OPERATIONS (Eighth Air Force): The Allied Expeditionary Air Force (AEAF) directs air attacks against congested points to delay movement of more enemy forces into the assault area. In the first mission (Mission 397) in the morning, 182 B-17s and 291 B-24s, including 20 PFFs, are dispatched; of the B-17s, 58 hit Conde sur Noireau, 60 hit Flers, and 54 hit Falaise; of the B-24s, 66 hit A...
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Attack on Belloy-Sur-Somme V-Weapon site, 6 July 1944

Attack on Belloy-Sur-Somme V-Weapon site, 6 July 1944

Mission 456:
In the late afternoon 73 of 104 B-17s and 148 of 176 B-24s strike 6 V-weapon sites and supply installations, 3 railroad bridges, a highway bridge, and an airfield in N France. Escort is provided by 443 P-38s, P-47s and P-51s; 1 P-47 is lost; afterwards a squadron of P-47s dive-bombs 3 airfields in the Conches area.
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Bonnieres-Beauvior V-1 Weapon Site

Bonnieres-Beauvior V-1 Weapon Site

Bomb-cratered target area at the V-1 launching and storage site at Beauvoir, France. 9th Air Force bombers attacked it 12 times.
No rating yet12/03/20091,150Google Earth Logo
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Chateau De Bosmelet V-Weapon Site

Chateau De Bosmelet V-Weapon Site

V Weapons site France with great old chateau.

The NoBall target category was that against enemy missile launchers, bivouac areas, field headquarters, enemy supply/logistic points in support of field operations and concentrated areas of troop and weapon marshalling. These type targets fell more into a tactical bombing attack grouping as opposed to the strategic type comprised of f...
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Blangermont V-Weapon Site

Blangermont V-Weapon Site

V weapons site France July 7, 1944. Pilot was from 7th PRG, Mt Farm, UK flying a Spit MK XI.

The NoBall target category was that against enemy missile launchers, bivouac areas, field headquarters, enemy supply/logistic points in support of field operations and concentrated areas of troop and weapon marshalling. These type targets fell more into a tactical bombing attack grouping ...
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V1 Weapon Site near La Fournellerie

V1 Weapon Site near La Fournellerie

Near the village of Hardinvast, to the south of Cherbourg there is a V1 site , possibly the last of the "ski" to be partly constructed.
At the end of 1943 when the Gestapo took control of both the V1 and V2 programmes, they decided that these larger sites were a liability as they were being visited by both British and American bombers.
The site is also built with local b...
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Mimoyecques V-Weapon Site, 1944

Mimoyecques V-Weapon Site, 1944

Date: 3-26-44, Aircraft: B-17G #42-40017 (MS-W) "Assend Charlie" 535th BS, Altitude: 22,200
Target: Mimoyecques, France
"Believed to be a construction works for one of Germany's secret weapons".
Probably the V3 giant rocket assisted howitzer at Fortress de Mimoyecques
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V1 Weapon Site near Bricquebec

V1 Weapon Site near Bricquebec

The site here at Bricquebec was the last installation to be built to handle the V1 flying bomb in the area. By early 1944 two major factors had influenced the handling and launching of the V1. Firstly, the Allies had discovered and bombed most of the early launch sites. These sites were called "Ski Sites" by the Allies because the main storage buildings (of which each site had three) ...
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V-3 Launch Site Museum Miedzyzdroje

V-3 Launch Site Museum Miedzyzdroje

Not far from Peenemunde (the test location for V-1 and V-2 weapons, lies the village of Miedzyzdroje.
It was here, where Nazi-Germany tested the V-3 weapon on true scale for the first time in history.

The museum:
The museum is situated in the old storage bunker of the V-3 rockets. The remains of the original launch pads can be visited nearby.

Address:...
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V1 Weapon Site near La Glacerie

V1 Weapon Site near La Glacerie

La Glacerie is one of nine V1 Ski sites in Normandy. The buildings are mostly made from local brick and only the bunker is made from concrete. The ramp shows signs of bomb damage, but the rest of the site remains in good condition. This is one of the few sites that has not been taken over completely for farm usage, although it always seems that the anti magnetic building makes a very fine cow s...
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USAAF bombing raid Conde-sur-Noireau, 7 June 1944

USAAF bombing raid Conde-sur-Noireau, 7 June 1944

STRATEGIC OPERATIONS (Eighth Air Force): The Allied Expeditionary Air Force (AEAF) directs air attacks against congested points to delay movement of more enemy forces into the assault area. In the first mission (Mission 397) in the morning, 182 B-17s and 291 B-24s, including 20 PFFs, are dispatched; of the B-17s, 58 hit Conde sur Noireau, 60 hit Flers, and 54 hit Falaise; of the B-24s, 66 hit A...
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Nuclear Weapon Test in North Korea

Nuclear Weapon Test in North Korea

The apparent nuclear test was conducted at 10:36 a.m. (1:36 a.m. GMT) in Hwaderi near Kilju city, South Korea's Yonhap news agency reported, citing defense officials. -> The force of the blast was five to 15 kilotons. -> The U.S. Geological Survey Web site recorded a light 4.2-magnitude earthquake in North Korea at 10:35 a.m., about 385 kilometers (240 miles) northeast of the North Korean...
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