By J. Gordon Vaeth
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By guiding a killer group to a U-boat, an airship is performing valuable service and is showing good team work as an individual member of the antisubmarine team. CO TACTS AND ATTACKS A nagging question, of cour e, was why had the bombs failed to drop. The L21A bomb release was tricky. One first had to depress the knob at the end of the release handle, keep it depressed, and pull the handle back to a detent to arm the bombs. Then one pulled it, in a second step, all the way back to release the ordnance.
Moving his submarines about to take advantage of Allied defensive weaknesses and of target opportunities was Danitz's style. , Eberhard Godt, personally decided on the disposition of the V-boats, received their radioed reports, and sent them their radioed orders. This is how Danitz masterminded and assembled the "wolf packs" for their massive attacks against convoys in the mid-Atlantic. After 30 January 1943, when he succeeded Grand Admiral Erich Raeder as ommander-in-Chief of the German navy, Danitz could no longer give his V-boats the time and attention he had previously.
The squadron gave names to its airships, an uncommon practice in LTA. " Only Twenty-Two went about electing names on a methodical basis, however, naming its airships for the local pirates of bygone days. That is how its K-54 became the "Jean La Fine," its + 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Administration Building Dispensary Mess Hall Recreation Building BOa (150 Officers) Barracks Main Gate Radio Transmitter Building 9. Ammunition Storage Facilities 10. Storehouses (2) 11. Nose Hangar Group Houma, except for its hangar doors, was fairly typical of the naval air stations (LTA) budt along the coasts.
Blimps & U-boats : U.S. Navy airships in the battle of the Atlantic by J. Gordon Vaeth