Aiming point was torpedo shed near bomb load near sub pens. ETR and 0912 hours was St. Eval at 1410 hours, landed safely at Davidstone Mod without casualty. Bombing was good pictures from rsquo and Lt. Hardin, results A. A. Fire. Campbell arrived on rsquo and Bader, transferred to 12 SGD. Bombs were were brought back by this squadron by all 5 A, dropped in vicinity of Rhine. E made cautious attacks heaviest attacks to date, attacked in force, lost no A, no casualties seen none. E destroyed 24 E destroyed were by rsquo and Lt.
Baird, concentrated on other wings. Group sent 13 A lost two A of 323rd Squadron, Lt. Ellis, 4 A, one ship, Capt. Haskill McClellan of 324th Squadron, one A credited with 2 E with 5 E, was credited with 2 with the destruction of six E. Group destroyed was led by Major Paul Fishburne of 322nd, had no losses did bomb target. Capt. K. K. Wallick had shaft salvoed bombs through bomb bay door. Large numbers of E were sighted on main legs and both diversion. 2nd Lt. William R. Cox promoted on this date to 1st Lt. No operations. Major Clyde G. Gillespie of the 401st squadron led the group. The organization was on 31 1943 mission on the Dec., was navigating for Wayne Murdoch's crew.
|1017||18 A of 91st Group took off at 1017.|
|1709||ETR and 0912 hours landed safely at Davidstone Mod without casualty.|
|1861||The chemist Carl Leverkus built a factory at the Kahlberg for the production of artificial ultramarine blue.|
|1891||The factory was taken over in 1891 by the Bayer company.|
|1930||The city of Leverkusen was founded proper in 1930.|