Lt. Raymond A Dyer, [Glassport, PA]. P-51D 44-14332 QP-VV named “Lazy Daisy” on the port side but the starboard side bearing a word play on Lt. Dyer's name with the somewhat unappealing "Dyer-ria". Photo taken from a B-24 of the 458th Bomb Group.
Some of the pilots of the 4th Fighter Group had seen many hours of combat by the time they joined the 4th Fighter Group as they had volunteered with the Royal Canadian Air Force and the Royal Air Force. The three 'Eagle Squadrons' of RAF Fighter...
The 334th Fighter Squadron was the successor to No. 71 Eagle squadron of the Royal Air Force when the 4th Fighter Group was activated on 12 September 1942. They were based at Debden Field, Essex. The "Fighting Eagles" as they were called, flew...
Military | First Lieutenant | Fighter Pilot
Assigned to 334FS, 4FG, 8AF USAAF. Dyer destroyed one of four Me 262s downed by the 4th fighter group on 4 April 1945. This was his sole aerial victory, although he claimed three strafing kills. ...
Assigned to 334FS, 4FG, 8AF USAAF.
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