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|This airfield within the Saylor Creek Air Force Range is used as a air-to-ground target for military aircraft operating from nearby Mountain Home AFB (25 miles to the northwest). ||03/18/2007||564|
|Found this neat target on the ground close to two cruise missiles that can be seen when you scroll further west. If you go north from here you can see a second target, which is a bit larger.|
|Saw this target on top of a building while looking around O'Hare in Chicago. I checked to see if this is a Target Dept. store, but it doesn't show up as one.||07/15/2005||1,112|
|22 February 1945 |
Colonel Lawhon took off in the lead of a thirty-plane four box formation to attack the marshalling yard at Ingolstadt, Germany, on 22 February. Due to impassible weather he was compelled to abandon the primary target and search for a target of opportunity to be bombed visually. The target selected was the marshalling yard at Kempton, Germany. The choke point of ...
Target type: marshalling yard
The main target of the 376th BG for the day was St. Valentin, Austria Tank Works. The secondary target was St. Polten, Austria, Marshalling Yard.
Of all the bombs dropped, 34% of the bombs from the 512th, 513th, and the 514th were within 1,000 feet of the target at Amstetten. The 515th hit St. Polten. Of the bombs ...
|4 June 1944 |
The target for this mission was a pinpoint target in the Alps Mountains. A railroad bridge and viaduct at Orelle, Italy. The Group maintained its poor record against bridges by missing the target because of the failure of the formation leaders to properly identify the target.
Target type: marshalling yard
The main target was hit with poor results. One squadron bombed Fiume, Italy, Ship Yards (secondary target), also with poor results.
|5 June 1944 |
On this mission Lt. Colonel Hawes took his turn at missing a railroad bridge. The primary target was a railroad bridge at Borgo Val di Tare on the East side of the Apennines. This target was obscured by built-up cumulus clouds. After making three unsuccessful attempts to locate the target, the Group flew across to the west side of the Apennines to attack the First Al...
|A circular arrangement of houses looking like a target in the middle of the capital of Kyrgyzstan.||12/23/2006||940|
|Four of the many aircaft and vehicles used for target practice at RAF Spadeadam in England.||05/04/2009||373|
|Looks like an aerial target in a newly updated part of China, but probably just a weird circular market.||06/19/2006||293|
|22 March 1945 |
STRATEGIC OPERATIONS (Eighth Air Force): 2 missions are flown. Mission 906: Air attacks in preparation for the lower Rhine River crossing by Allied ground forces continue; 1,331 bombers and 662 fighters attack barracks and military encampments in the Ruhr and airfields in Germany visually; they claim 27-1-12 Luftwaffe aircraft; 1 B-17 and 3 P-51s are lost: 1. 99 of...
|26 June 1944 |
For its fiftieth mission the Group was back again to an oil target. The target, a concentrated one, was a refinery in the open country near the small town of Korneuburg in Austria. Lt. Colonel Knapp led the formation. The pilot of the lead plane was a new one in the number one position of "A" Flight of the first attack unit, Lt. Alkire. The target was obsc...