By John Stanaway
Shaped with the simplest on hand fighter pilots within the Southwest Pacific, the 475th Fighter staff was once the puppy undertaking of 5th Air strength leader, common George C Kenney. From the time the gang entered wrestle in August 1943 till the tip of the conflict it was once the quickest scoring workforce within the Pacific and remained one of many crack fighter devices within the whole US military Air Forces with a last overall of a few 550 credited aerial victories. among its pilots have been the top American aces of all time, Dick Bong and Tom McGuire, with high-scoring pilots Danny Roberts and John Loisel additionally serving with the 475th. one of the campaigns and battles specific during this quantity are such recognized names as Dobodura, the Huon Gulf, Oro Bay, Rabaul, Hollandia, the Philippines and Luzon.
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475th fighter group by John Stanaway