Sur le Combat Chronology j'ai trouvé ceci à la date du 26 Juin 1944 (pour la 8th AF) :
Eighth AF : 672 B-17's and B-24's bomb A/Fs at Laon/Couvron, Laon/ Athies, and Juvincourt-et-Damary; rail bridges at Fismes and Anizy-leChateau; fuel storage dump at Dugny; M/Ys at Saarbrucken; and T/Os, including A/Fs at Denain/Prouvy, Le Bourget, and Florennes, and railroad chokepoint near Tergnier. Nearly 300 HBs abort because of heavy cloud and dense contrails at operational level. 566 ftrs spt the HBs, destroying 2 ftrs in aerial combat and suffering no losses. HB losses total 2. About one-third of the escorting ftrs afterward bomb and strafe transport tgts, claiming 3 locomotives and an armored vehicle destroyed.
Pour le 14 Juin 1944 :
Eighth AF : Bad weather again covers all strategic tgts in Germany except one in the extreme NW. Major effort is against tac objectives, mainly in France. 1,314 HBs attack tgts, including oil refinery at Emmerich, an A/F and a bridge in Germany, 16 A/Fs in France and 1 in Belgium, 14 bridges, CROSSBOW supply sites, and scattered T/Os in France. HB losses total 14. VIII FC ftrs escort the HBs and engage in heavy aerial combat as ftrs intercept the HB forces. VIII FC loses 4 aircraft while destroying 4 of the enemy. P-47's bomb and strafe 3 A/Fs, 2 M/Ys, an ammo dump, and several other T/Os.
Et pour Robert Gerlach, il y en a eu plusieurs : http://aad.archives.gov/aad/display-partial-records.jsp?s=3360&dt=893&tf=F&bc=&q=Robert+Gerlach+&btnSearch=Search&as_alq=&as_anq=&as_epq=&as_woq=