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Lew Hoad. Ken Rosewall. Neale Fraser. John Newcombe. Tony Roche. Bob Hewitt. John Fitzgerald. Anders Järryd.
Jacco Eltingh. Paul Haarhuis. Todd Woodbridge. Mark Woodforde. Jonas Björkman. Bob Bryan. Mike Bryan. Daniel Nestor.
Leander Paes. Louise Brough Clapp. Maria Esther Bueno. Lesley Turner Bowrey. Judy Tegart Dalton. Kathy Jordan. Anne Smith. Pam Shriver. Martina Hingis.
Pete Sampras. Roy Emerson. Rod Laver. Björn Borg. Bill Tilden. Fred Perry. Ken Rosewall. Jimmy Connors. Ivan Lendl. Andre Agassi.
Richard Sears. William Renshaw. William Larned. Henri Cochet. John Newcombe. John McEnroe. Mats Wilander. Lawrence Doherty. Tony Wilding. Jack Crawford.
Don Budge. Stefan Edberg. Boris Becker. Frank Sedgman. Tony Trabert. Lew Hoad. Reginald Doherty. Srbsko Srbsko.
Argentina Argentina. Rusko Rusko. On 15 March, in poor weather, two aircraft of Squadron carried Grand Slams with 14 Lancasters of 9 Squadron carrying Tallboys to attack the railway viaduct at Arnsberg.
Ten Tallboys were also dropped with no effect and no aircraft were lost. A photographic aircraft from the Australian Squadron filmed the Grand Slams falling and showed one hitting the west end of the viaduct.
A Grand Slam hit the side of the bridge and two dropped slightly short of the aiming point, one Lancaster tried to bomb twice but the release mechanism failed.
The crews had been briefed to avoid a hospital near the viaduct and managed to do so. Twenty Lancasters of Squadron, two carrying Grand Slams and the rest Tallboys, flew in clear weather to Bremen to attack a railway bridge which crossed the Weser near Nienburg.
The Tallboys hit the middle of the bridge and the ends were blown off their piers, the pier to the east collapsed onto the ground and the western pier was twisted and sagged to the ground at one place; part of the railway track, above the embankment and the first pier on the west side, was wrecked.
Twenty Lancasters of Squadron, six carrying Grand Slams fuzed for 25—30 seconds' delay and 14 carried Tallboys with one-hour delay fuzes, attacked the railway bridge at Nienburg, between Bremen and Hanover in atmospheric conditions ideal for bombing.
One Lancaster crew claimed a near miss with a Grand Slam and another crew claimed a hit. A third Lancaster crew found that their bomb would not fall off at the first two attempts and the bridge collapsed before the third, the crew bringing back the bomb.
A fourth Grand Slam was reported to have hit the east end of the structure. Reconnaissance photographs showed that the bridge had been destroyed. Another railway Bridge near Bremen was attacked later in the day by twenty Squadron Lancasters, six carrying Grand Slams and 14 with Tallboys in weather that was as good for the Bremen anti-aircraft defences as it was for bombing.
Several other Lancasters were hit by anti-aircraft fire and four others were attacked by Me s, fifteen of which were seen on the flight to the target.
Crews reported three hits and two near-misses to the south and the bridge was brought down by a Tallboy. The pen was intended to be the assembly plant for the Type XXI submarine and work had commenced in The roof was made of reinforced concrete with arched trusses on the walls, filled with concrete.
The weather was good over Farge, with slight Flak and no fighter opposition. One Lancaster returned soon after take-off and another turned back over the target with engine-trouble, ditching the Grand Slam in the North sea.
The formation was escorted by Spitfire and Mustang fighters. Luftwaffe fighters, including jets, attempted to intercept the formation.
Five hits were claimed but the Grand Slams appear to have missed; reconnaissance photographs revealed seven hits, four through the roof.
Many buildings to the north and west of the pens were destroyed or damaged. Six Lancasters were hit by Flak but no aircraft were lost. On 18 April bombers attacked the anti-aircraft guns and achieved some hits.
The next day, twenty Lancasters of Squadron, six carrying Grand Slams and the rest Tallboys, along with 16 aircraft from 9 Squadron, escorted by six squadrons of Spitfires and one of Mustangs, attacked the islands and achieved more hits; no aircraft were lost.
In March day sorties were flown, 31 with Grand Slams and 40 with Tallboys. An analysis of the bombing accuracy of Squadron and 9 Squadron on Tallboy sorties.
If it had been necessary, it would have been used against underground factories, and preparations for attacking some of these were well advanced when the war ended.
Beginning in March , Project Ruby was a joint Anglo—American project to investigate the use of penetration bombs against heavily protected, concrete targets.
The Valentin submarine pens near Bremen were chosen as a target, having become unusable and abandoned since the attack on 27 March Around sorties were flown, testing bombs including the rocket-assisted Disney bomb.