Geschichte der
B-17 #41-24609 / Holy Mackerel

Assigned 359BS/303BG [BN-Q] Bangor 3-Oct-42; Molesworth 22-Oct-42. On 23-Nov-43 the aircraft flown by Maj. George L. Robinson was the lead aircraft of the 303BG formation in the attack on the U-Boat Pens at St. Nazaire, France on the 4th mission for the Group. The aircraft was damaged by flak and the Navigator, Capt Harold Fulghum, thinking that the flak had killed the pilot, baled out of the aircraft and was taken Prisoner. No MACR issued. On 4-Apr-43 the aircraft was declared Missing in Action on a mission to bomb the Renault Armament Works at Paris, France. Shot down by enemy aircraft and crashed at Bocasse, 12 miles N of Rouen, France. 6KIA 4POW MACR 15069

Crew 41-24609 / Holy Mackerel

PositionRang/RankNameStatusBemerkung/Note
P1LTErcil F. EysterKIA
CP2LTFred H. HaywardKIA
ENG/TTT/SGTHarold J. DunhamKIA
ROSGTEdmund R. ThorntonPOW
BT---Eugene A. B. NicosiaKIA
WGSGTGeorge T. MortonPOW
WGS/SGTRobert C. AlizerPOW
TGS/SGTFloyd E. BauerKIA
TOGS/SGTMarcus K. DavisPOW

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