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P-47 Thunderbolt 42-27181 coded 2Z-D and named RAID HOT MAMA and pilot Lt. John W Drummond. White theater recognition cowl band. Drummond became a POW flying this, his assigned P-47 on 26th July 1944. MACR 7484.

Connections

Units

  • 405th Fighter Group

    405th Fighter Group

    Group
    The 405th Fighter Group was a fighter bomber unit of the United States Army Air Force in World War II. They group flew P-47 Thunderbolts in the European Theater of Operations (ETO) starting with the buildup to the Invasion of Normandy ("D-Day") through...

  • 510th Fighter Squadron

People

  • John Drummond

    Military | Captain | Pilot
    Lt Drummond flew 47 missions with the 510th Fighter Squadron. He was shot down, by flak, near Vive , France on July 26th 1944. He bailed out, his P-47 42-27181, was hit in the engine by flak and it crashed and burned in the village of Gieville, France....

Aircraft

Locations

  • Christchurch

    Military site : airfield
    The original Christchurch Airport operated from 1935-39, and the airfield was used by the RAF from 1939 to 1941. It was the site of the Airspeed Aircraft factiry from 1940 to 51. Christchurch was developed for USAAF use in 1943, and the Ninth Air Force...

Revisions

Date Contributor Update
26 January 2020 17:46:25 Pyker Changes to caption, unit associations, person associations, place associations and aircraft associations
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Added units, person, place and aircraft to original upload. Source: http://wing.chez-alice.fr/USAAF/405th_FG/Pilots_&_Nose_Arts_510th_FS.html

Date Contributor Update
26 January 2020 16:58:39 phil marchese Changes to caption
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Nickname from Image

Date Contributor Update
26 January 2020 16:57:05 phil marchese Changes to collection and caption
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AAM associated image.

Date Contributor Update
26 January 2020 16:51:22 robertsdrummond Created entry
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By Robert S. Drummond, son of Senator John W. Drummond

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