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The lead image PD template appears to be broken (it is redlinked). This should probably be fixed, so there aren't questions about the copyright. I noticed you're the uploader, so thought you'd probably be able to fix it fairly easily :)
Fixed. I know for a fact that is a US Image, but I'm more familiar with Anglo-Canadian copyright templates (as I tend to use them a lot more) Cam (Chat) 22:41, 5 September 2008 (UTC)
The map image needs a caption. I realize there's one on the image itself, but it's fuzzy and hard to read unless you expand the image.
Overall, a nice article. There are just a few minor issues, so I am putting the article on hold to allow time for these to be dealt with. If you have any questions, you can ask them here on the review page or on my talk page. Dana boomer (talk) 15:24, 5 September 2008 (UTC)
Everything looks good, so I'm passing the article. The question in the prose section, about the Background section, isn't enough to keep the article from passing GA, but it would be something nice to include in the article, so that can go on your list of things to do in the future :) Nice work! Dana boomer (talk) 20:14, 6 September 2008 (UTC)
I think that the article makes too much of Allied air attacks on German units involved in the operation. I suggest that there are grounds for scepticism, much of which can be found in the ORS2 reports contained in 'Montgomery's Scientists: Operational Research in Northwest Europe: Operational Research in Northwest Europe - The Work of No. 2 Operational Research Section with 21 Amy Group June 1944 to July 1945 by Terry Copp. Any thoughts?Keith-264 (talk) 10:44, 19 December 2008 (UTC)
Yep, this article needs some serious revision. Lots of good references state that the actual number of tanks destroyed by air power was a very small number, and that Allied tactical air power's greatest effect was on the German support troops and non-armored vehicles and supply train. Will add brief comment to correct, finish fixing later. DarthRad (talk)
OK updated the article with a reference from the terrific book "Air Power at the Battlefront: Allied Close Air Support in Europe 1943-45." DarthRad (talk)