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Kaoschallenged Inactive Member31 Dec 2012 1:05 p.m. PST

Heres a great companion article to the Patrol aviation in the Pacific,
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You hear quite a bit about it in the Pacific but not alot about the Atlantic. IMO it was just as important if not more important. Robert

Personal logo McKinstry Supporting Member of TMP Fezian31 Dec 2012 4:00 p.m. PST

My father was a gunner on a PB4Y2 out of Bermuda. He was certainly happy to stay out of the Pacific.

Kaoschallenged Inactive Member01 Jan 2013 8:52 p.m. PST

My salute to him. I bet he was. I would be too. All those miles and miles of nothing. Robert

Kaoschallenged Inactive Member02 Jan 2013 8:25 a.m. PST

I do love the Southern Atlantic due to the airships being used like the K-110 from the ZP-42 Squadron which was based at Santa Cruz, Brazil . Robert

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Murvihill02 Jan 2013 11:06 a.m. PST

"All those miles and miles of nothing."

There's an awful lot of nothing in the Atlantic too. Kinda like the "Massive" being dwarfed by the "Gargantuan".

Kaoschallenged Inactive Member03 Jan 2013 10:41 a.m. PST

True but at least you have the Bahamas and Brazil wink. And with the Airships it was a somewhat leisurely ride.
The state where I live is where the Tillimook Naval Air Stationis and where ZP-33 was stationed. I have visited the hangar quite a few times and am always awed by it.Its a shame it's twin burned down so many years ago.

The Forgotten Blimps
of World War II

CTC Edward E. Nugent, USN (Ret)
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Robert

Kaoschallenged Inactive Member10 Jan 2013 2:31 p.m. PST

The Battle Between the Blimp
and the Sub
26 Naval Aviation News March–April 1997
By YNC Anthony Atwood
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Druzhina11 Jan 2013 3:17 a.m. PST
Kaoschallenged Inactive Member11 Jan 2013 7:22 a.m. PST

Air Defense of the Panama Canal, 1 January 1939-7 December 1941, by E. Kathleen Williams (1946). 234 pages.
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