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B-17 #42-30149 / Spare Parts

Delivered Cheyenne 17/4/43; Smoky Hill 24/4/43; Walla Walla 30/4/43; Smoky Hill 10/5/43; Dow Fd 25/5/43; Assigned 333BS/94BG [XM-A2] Earls Colne 27/5/43; Rougham 12/6/43; Missing in Action Schweinfurt 14/10/43 with Jim Mullinax, Co-pilot: Frank Peyton, Navigator: Maurice Fridrich, Bombardier: Jay Coberly, Flight engineer/top turret gunner: Emil McCormick, Radio Operator: George Anderson, Ball turret gunner: Don Wilson, Waist gunner: Ellis Baxendall, Waist gunner: Harley Almon,Tail gunner: Curtis Brown (10 Prisoner of War); enemy aircraft, crashed Bamberg, near Wurzburg, Ger; Missing Air Crew Report 790. SPARE PARTS.

Crew 42-30149 / Spare Parts

PositionRang/RankNameStatusBemerkung/Note
P1LTJames A. MullinaxPOW

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  1. von Jürgen am 15. März 2019 16:55 Uhr

    Hello,

    the B-17 of Lt Mullinax, was hunted and shot down by two german fighters near Osterburken Germany, the crew bailed out between Osterburken and Adelsheim, seconds later the Bomber exploded in the air and crashed south of Sennfeld near Adelsheim.

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  2. von Dennis am 05. Oktober 2019 1:40 Uhr

    I have a „new“ (never used) Hamilton Standard propeller blade for the B-17 for sale. Anyone interested?

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    • von A Dickey am 28. November 2019 8:20 Uhr

      YES

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    • von olly am 05. Dezember 2019 22:25 Uhr

      Also yes. My farm is near where they would take off to bomb the Nazis! It was the first place to be liberated in Europe.

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  3. von Robert Hathaway am 05. Dezember 2019 19:54 Uhr

    I am looking for autopilot servos for the C-1 Autopilot used on B-17’s and B-24’s. Please let me know if anyone has any information on these servos. Thanks,Robert

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