Abandoned, was located approximately 22km east-southeast of Campomarino,
41°53′43.20″N 015°17′03.29″ETemporary airfield used by Twelfth and Fifteenth Air Force fighter units. Built by COE in early in 1944 with single main PSP runway, with large parking area for aircraft. Possibly steel control tower, and large containment area for personnel. Supported numerous fighter groups during 1944 and 1945, with last combat operations flown in September 1945 and closed and dismantled soon afterwards. Today is in agricultural area with little or no evidence of its existence. Former main runway now used as agricultural road. 306th Fighter Wing, 3 September 1944-5 March 19451st Fighter Group, (P-38 Lightning), March-16 October 194514th Fighter Group, (P-38 Lightning), September 194552d Fighter Group, (P-51 Mustang), 8 July–August 194582d Fighter Group, (P-38 Lightning), 30 August-9 September 1945325th Fighter Group, (P-47 Thunderbolt), later (P-51 Mustang), 29 March 1944-5 March 1945
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Military | First Lieutenant | Fighter Pilot-1055 single engine | 325th Fighter Group
WILLIAM E. ARON was born in New Jersey in 1923. He was the son of Emil Aron and Harriet Aron, of 28 West Beechwood Ave Oaklyn NJ. The Arons had lived in Pennsylvania, where older sister Henrietta was born, before moving to Oaklyn, to the home of...
Military | Colonel | Fighter Pilot - Group Commander | 325th Fighter Group
Military | Major | Fighter Pilot-1056 Twin Engine
Flight leader 48th FS 14th FG 1944-45 ...
Military | Captain | Fighter pilot | 1st Fighter Group
Assigned to 84FS, 78FG, 8AF USAAF. Transferred to 27FS, 1FG, 12AF USAAF. Credited 3 x kills. ...
Military | Captain | Fighter Pilot 1055-single engine/Ground Adjutant | 325th Fighter Group
318th FS 325th FG Squadron Adjutant. (off flying ststus due to wounds received) 44th FS 18th FG 87 missions 2 air kills WIA SWP Sept 1943. Flight Class 42G Moore Field, Mission, TX Aug 1942
Military | Captain | Fighter pilot | 352nd Fighter Group
Assigned to 317FS, 325FG, 15AF USAAF. Transferred to 487FS, 352FG, 8AF USAAF. Ended Tour of Duty (ETD). Awards: WWII Victory, EAME, UN and Korean medals.
Military | Lieutenant Colonel | Fighter Pilot-1055 single engine/squadron commander | 355th Fighter Group
Lt Col USAF retired AAC-AAF-USAF 1937- 1958 ETO Jan 1943 - Dec 1943 (4th FG & 355th FG) MTO Dec 1943 - July 1944 CO 317th FS 325th FG 6 air kills (all ME-109s) while flying P-47D s/n 42-76021 #10 "Rocky"
Military | Major | Fighter Pilot-1056 Twin Engine | 325th Fighter Group
Flight leader 318th FS 325th FG MTO P-51D 23 missions Flight leader 44th FS 18th FG SWP P-40/P-38 8 air kills 143 missions
Military | First Lieutenant | Fighter Pilot | 325th Fighter Group
Military | Lieutenant Colonel | Fighter Pilot 1055 single engine/Squadron Commander | 52nd Fighter Group
11.5 Victory Ace (7.5 with the 52nd FG & 4.0 with the 325th FG)
Assigned to 336FS, 4FG, 8AF USAAF. Personal aircraft of Lt Nicholas F Hurley. Transferred to 317FS, 325FG, 15AF USAAF.
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