For those who haven't been to my site before, I'm a researcher who goes through various branches of the US National Archives on a fairly regular basis and posts items of interest I come across for others to read. I primarily focus on the Pacific theater, but I have found some documents on other theaters too good to pass up. I've just posted a second document I came across about the North African aerial campaign. The first was an interview of the CO of "Photo Reconnaissance Wing, North African Air Forces," a joint US/RAF/Free French/SAAF effort, in July of 1943. The second document is a US Navy department document that is a collection of notes and interviews from the RAF about their experience in North Africa. Hopefully both are interesting and provide new information to those interested in this theater.