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B-17 #42-30016 / Iron Gut Gert

Delivered Cheyenne 1/4/43; Pueblo 8/4/43; Smoky Hill 6/5/43; Dow Fd 19/5/43; Assigned: 532BS/381BG [VE-M] Ridgewell 6/5/43 Pilot: Earl Horr, Bill Roberts, George Griffith, Chester Hoover, Glenn Chapin, George Orin, Herb Clark, Chas Henry, Everett Hodson, Art Jones; MIA {2m} Antwerp 22/6/43 w/Earl Horr, Co-Pilot: Bill Roberts, Bombardier: Chester Hoover, Engineer / Top Turret Gunner: Glenn Chapin, Radio Operator: Bob Mandell, Waist Gunner: Everett Hodson, Waist Gunner: Hubert Clark, Tail Gunner: Art Jones (8POW); Navigator: George Griffith{body never found}, Ball Turret Gunner: Chas Henry{landed in River Scheldt} (2KIA); flak, crashed Hoek, W of Terneuzen, Hol. MACR 134. IRON GUT GERT.

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  1. von robert dollar am 30. April 2019 4:56 Uhr

    Does anyone kniw of a photo of Iron Gut Gert that could use in a book i am writting on the 4 crews lost on 22 June 1943 on the Antwerp raid. Iron Gut Gert was one of those aurcraft.

    Thanks

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