Geschichte der
B-17 #41-9199

Delivered Cheyenne 16/5/42; Wayne 25/6/42; Gander-Prestwick 3/8/42 with George Oberdorf, to RAF [FK211]; A&AEE, Boscombe Down, for altitude, IFF and gun trials 11/11/42; then 206 Sq (VX-Z) Benbecula, Scot. 3/8/43; Azores 25/10/43; 519 Sq (Z9-H) Wick, Scot. 22/1/45; Struck Off Charge 31/7/47.

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  1. von Sarah Yates am 18. Mai 2019 15:27 Uhr

    I can see that my grandfather flew this plane FK211 on 12 September 1942. He (Flt/LT FW Cook) was the pilot. Four passengers. The flight was for an hour to undertake instrument tests.

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  2. von Sarah Yates am 18. Mai 2019 15:38 Uhr

    I can also see he flew FK211 on 16th September. First flight at 15:55 for 55 minutes. Five passengers. Duty – Photography

    Second flight at 18:30 with 1 passenger from Brize Norton to Hawarden, a flight of 1 hour 5 minutes.

    He must have left it there. I see his next plane was an Oxford which he flew to Shrewsbury, and from there back to Brize Norton the following day.#

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    • von b17flyingfortress.de am 18. Mai 2019 16:16 Uhr

      Hello Sarah, where did you saw that?

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