How Logistics Made Big Week Big: Eighth Air Force Bombing, 20-25 February 1944

Sutterfield, Jon M.
April 2011
Air Force Journal of Logistics;Apr2011, Vol. 35 Issue 1/2, p96
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the bomber operations conducted by the U.S. Eighth Air Force, with support from both the Fifteenth Air Force and the Royal Air Force (RAF), in Germany from February 20-25, 1944. It mentions the primary objective of the bomber operations to direct a strategic bombing campaign against the Luftwaffe that would destroy its means to continue the war. It notes that the Eighth Air Force had a sufficient tonnage of munitions available to support the said operations.


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