National Geographic : 1957 Jun
757 Bomber Lanes Fan Out to Enemy Targets Far from Bases in Southern Italy Once in control of the Naples-Foggia airfield sites, American flyers could strike deep into hostile territory. They ranged over Austria, the Balkans, later even to Berlin. Fresco panels illustrate air strikes and the significance of vital bases at the ankle of the Italian boot. Relief map of bronze and mosaic in foreground outlines Mediterranean campaigns. Spikes discourage sitters.