Sgt. Artemus Burroughs of 15 RFC was assigned a rail yard attack this AM that proved successful. But the brass hats decided it was not successful enough and sent B Flight out again this afternoon to hit the same rail yard, (the Bapaume spur located west of the city on the edge of the mud). Artemus had no luck getting an egg on the target in either outing and his gunner/obs, Captain Jeffrey Knight, had equally poor aim when it came to shooting at the five Eindeckers that bounced them as they were over the depot during the afternoon sortie. On the bright side, Sgt. Burroughs tossed his bus around in the sky with such aplomb that the Huns weren't able to get a shot on them either. Everyone made it home so it's off to the mess for a nibble and a slosh, then early to bed for a good bit a kip. Tomorrow's adventures will come soon enough no doubt.

Good luck everyone on your DID campaigns. They are going to be brutal, I fear.




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Three RFC Brass Hats were strolling down a street in London. Two walked into a bar, the third one ducked.

Former Cold War Warrior, USAF Security Service 1974-1978, E-4, Morse Systems Intercept, England, Europe, and points above.
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