A Simple Gamma Random Number Generator for Arbitrary Shape by Tanizaki H.

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The E/A did a complete loop and I fired at the top of it, scoring a few more strikes, after which he straightened out and jettisoned his canopy. I thought he was going to bail out, so I pulled out to one side. Instead, he One of the most photographed Mustangs to serve with the 356th FS/354th FG in the spring of 1944 was 2Lt Thomas 'Gnomee' Miller's P-51B-10 42-106616 GNOMEE. In this particular shot (taken without Miller present), Capt Bob Stephens 'tells some of the boys how it is done' following one of his victories.

Although he was seen to bail out, word reached the group that Simmons' body had been found near the wreckage of his fighter. Recently promoted Maj Richard Turner led the group to Brunswick on the 26th, and the mission would prove costly for the 354th. High winds aloft and 10/10ths undercast below made navigation difficult, and the bombers were never found. Lt Edward Regis was lost to flak and Lt Franklin Hendrickson was forced back due to a bad engine, with Lt Joseph Lilly sent along as his escort.

The 'Pioneer Mustang Group' had flown some 55 missions from Boxted, and 47 P-51s had been recorded as missing in action, compared with claims of 169 enemy aircraft shot down. By mid April the ground echelon had already moved to Lashenden, setting up tents and putting necessary outdoor furnishings in place, and on the 17th IX Fighter Command decreed that it was time to fly the Mustangs in. One squadron had left by mid-afternoon, and as it had made the trip successfully, so a second squadron was despatched.

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