DEATH FROM ABOVE: The 7th Bombardment Group in World War II
The 7th Bombardment Group was one of the few bombardment groups in the U.S. Army Air Corps active during the 1930s, helping to perfect the tactics of daylight precision bombing. Flying B-17 Flying Fortresses out of Java in early 1942, the Group moved to India to become part of the Tenth Air Force. Well illus.
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