B-17 Flying Fortress B-17 42-30215 / Gremlin Gus aka Slightly Dangerous II

B-17 #42-30215 / Gremlin Gus aka Slightly Dangerous IIzoom_in

Quelle:
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Hersteller:
Boeing

  • RCL: J

MACR: 3127

Einsätze: 21

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Geschichte der
B-17 42-30215 / Gremlin Gus aka Slightly Dangerous II

Delivered Cheyenne 29/4/43; Gore 8/5/43;Sioux City 10/5/43; Smoky Hill 10/6/43; Dow Fd 15/6/43; Assigned 560BS/388BG Knettishall 17/6/43; Missing in Action Osnabruck 11/1/44 with Lou Carpentier, Co-pilot: Don Davidson, Navigator: George Dustin, Bombardier: Joe Rizzo, Flight engineer/top turret gunner: Clarry Hall, Radio Operator: Bill Burns, Ball turret gunner: Rod Nelson, Waist gunner: Paul Young,Tail gunner: Joe Kozlowski (9 Prisoner of War); mech problem on return #2 feathered, crashed Flakenholz, seven miles W of Hamelin, Ger; Missing Air Crew Report 3127. SLIGHTLY DANGEROUS II.

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B-17 42-30215 / Gremlin Gus aka Slightly Dangerous II Crew

PositionRangNameStatusBemerkung
P2LTLouis Edward CharpentierPOW
CP2LTDonnald Patrick DavidsonPOW
BOMB2LTJoseph RizzoPOW
ENG/TTS/SGTClarence HallPOW
RO---William S. BurnsPOW
BTSGTRodney Charles NelsonPOW
WGSGTPaul Hansel YoungPOW
TGSGTJoseph J. Kozlowski Jr.POW

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