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Staff Sergeant Victor Pizzuto's Lucky Shot

Discussion in 'The War In The Pacific' started by Jim, Aug 24, 2010.

  1. Jim

    Jim New Member

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    Staff Sergeant Victor Pizzuto, a ball-turret gunner in a Liberator bomber based in the Marshall Islands, was astonished when his strafing fire on what he took to be a Japanese power station at Jaluit, suddenly blew it sky high in a spectacular explosion. At first he thought some other aircraft had bombed the building but it turned out that he had hit the jackpot. With a few well aimed rounds of machine-gun fire, he had single handedly taken out a massive high powered ammunition and explosives dump!


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