By Earle E. Partridge
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The North Koreans and Chinese would pull themselves together and make an attack for a short 46 AIR INTERDICTION Two napalm located bomb explosions halt rail traffic on the main rail line leading through south from a North Korean marshalling yard, the port city of Wonsan. period of time in a limited area, in which case there was a concentration of air forces to counter them. We think we made the North Koreans and the Chinese pay a very high price for their offensive actions. e. Let me say that differently: the results were measurable because we had good intelligence, effort was the difficult but the significance of the thing to determine.
Below, the Naples. 22 Bomb railway damage to yards at As Commander of the 360th Fighter Squadron, Eighth Air Force, Maj. John W. Vogt posed with his aircraft, the P-47 he flew during the Normandy Invasion. , "' Brig. Gen. "Pat" Partridge served in two key positions in North Africa: as Operations Officer and Chief of Staff of 12th Bomber Command and then as Chief of Staff of Fifteenth Air Force. " t: " 0 U conducted for the most part by the tactical air forces with the bombardment forces helping when there were larger targets to hit.
T: " 0 U conducted for the most part by the tactical air forces with the bombardment forces helping when there were larger targets to hit. We employed whatever type of bombing we could. The factors that bore upon the success or failure of these endeavors were multiple. One major factor was weather. The Germans loved to move "when the birds were walking"-when which is quite understandable. we were grounded by weather- We had virtual control of the air over southern Italy, I would say, from the time we made the initial landings onward.