Sat, July 10, 1943

Well today I had my first mission. I went to Earls Colne Field & photographed Gen. Brady & the crew who took him on his first mission. I had 10 scenes to do & I think or rather hope it was a success. We were gone 3 hours & used 3 cameras. A 16mm Victor which I used & an Eymo which Lt. Culver operated & the still camera Sgt. Hussey used. We took it easy the rest of the day and tonite went to the movies, Panama Hattie.


Mon, July 10, 1944

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  1. Ron O'Neal

    I suspect he meant Gen Bradley not Brady.

    Omar N. Bradley (1893-1981), was a senior U.S. Army officer who served as field commander of American soldiers during the Allied invasion of Normandy on D-Day and led Allied troops as they drove into Germany near the end of World War II. Known as the “G.I.’s General” for the concern he showed ordinary soldiers, Bradley became a five-star general after the war and served as the first chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

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