The 339th Fighter Group flew P-51 Mustangs out of RAF Fowlmere with great success. When the war ended and the final totals were recorded, the group had destroyed 692 enemy aircraft (air and ground). But what made them stand out was the fact that they had been in position to fight large numbers of Me 262s, and when the dust settled, they had 12 confirmed kills with several more probables. This ranked them as the...
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