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Diary January 28, 1944

RAF Hudson Mk VI  West Africa
A RAF Hudson Mk VI patrol bomber is refuelled in West Africa.
WW2 War Diary for Friday, January 28, 1944:

Sea War

Atlantic: Two ‘wolf-packs’ (totalling 20 U-boats) totally prevented from interfering with Convoys OS.66, KMS.40 and ON.221 by RAF Coastal Command.

Air War

Pacific: 22 Corsair fighters and 6 pilots lost in severe storm while flying from Gilbert to Ellice Islands.

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