B-17 Flying Fortress B-17 42-31076 / Chief Sly’s Son

B-17 #42-31076 / Chief Sly’s Sonzoom_in



  • RCL: OR-L, LG-X, LG-R, LG-V

MACR: 1919


Geschichte der
B-17 42-31076 / Chief Sly’s Son

Delivered Cheyenne 16/9/43; Gr Island 3/10/43; Assigned 323BS/91BG [0R-L] Bassingbourn 16/10/43; transferred 322BS [LG-X]; Missing in Action 18m Oschersleben 11/1/44 with J. C. Page, Navigator: Larry Lynch, Bombardier: Bill Stevenson, Radio Operator: Albt Macos, Ball turret gunner: Arlie Wotring, Waist gunner: Jim Alfred, Waist gunner: Chas Brokke,Tail gunner: Warren Oliver (8 Prisoner of War), Co-pilot: Tom Butler, Flight engineer/top turret gunner: Art Ginder (2 Killed in Action); enemy aircraft set wing on fire then ship exploded, crashed Schmede, near Dummer Lake, seven miles SW of Diepholz, Ger. Missing Air Crew Report 1919. CHIEF SLY’S SON.

Zuletzt aktualisiert: 21. Januar 2020


B-17 42-31076 / Chief Sly’s Son Details


B-17 42-31076 / Chief Sly’s Son Crew

Position Rang Name Status Bemerkung
P 2LT John C Page POW
CP 2LT Thomas C Butler KIA
BOMB 2LT William Stevenson POW
ENG/TT S/SGT Arthur R Ginder KIA
RO SGT Albert J Malcos POW
BT SGT Arlie O Wotring POW
WG SGT James P Allred POW
WG SGT Charles F. Brock POW
TG SGT Warren A Oliver POW

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