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B-17 #42-30195 / Blind Date

Delivered Cheyenne 29/4/43; Sioux City 11/5/43; Smoky Hill 10/6/43; Dow Fd 15/6/43; Assigned: 560BS/388BG Knettishall 16/6/43; [77m] crash: takeoff for Bohlen oil depot 7/10/44 Pilot: Harry Resch, Co-Pilot: Jim Fraser, Navigator: George Miner, Bombardier: Don Sjaardema, Engineer / Top Turret Gunner: Jim Buckles, Radio Operator: Herb Jacobs, Ball Turret Gunner: Tony Checcia, Waist Gunner: Archie Gollen; Tail Gunner: Chester Mitchell (9RTD); engine caught fire, bellied in at Walpole, Sfk, UK. Salvaged. (first in group to 75 missions and last known B-17F to be used on daylight mission); BLIND DATE.

Details 42-30195 / Blind Date

Die letzte bekannte B-17F, welches noch aktiv bei Bombeneinsätzen am Tage eingesetzt wurde.

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