At Clark Field on January 7, 1945, the primary target was enemy aircraft on the ground. The attack force struck in two waves in a huge X pattern: B-25s from the 345th Bomb Group and two squadrons from the 312th were in the first wave; then the remaining 312th squadrons and Havocs from the 417th Bomb Group crossed in a second wave. Lt. Joseph W. Rutter’s A-20 took this photograph of a B-25 flown by Capt. Floyd N. Fox of the 499th Bomb Squadron, 345th Bomb Group maneuvering to avoid the parafrags released from Rutter’s aircraft.
This photo can be found on page 222 of Rampage of the Roarin’ 20’s.