Geschichte der
B-17 #42-31319 / Tangerine

Delivered Cheyenne 20/10/43; Walla Walla 7/11/43; Assigned 731BS/452BG [7D-S] Deopham Green 6/1/44; crashed on take off for mission 26/4/44 but unable to gain altitude, with Hugh Wilson, Co-pilot: Rich Bell, Navigator: Fred Duhm, Bombardier: Bill Houston, Flight engineer/top turret gunner: Steve Andrychuk, Radio Operator: Chas Foster, Ball turret gunner: Don Yayes, Waist gunner: Edgar Moore, Waist gunner: Philip Priore,Tail gunner: George Rasiarmus (10 Returned to Duty); crashed on take off a mile from end of runway at Gt Ellingham, Nfk., Salvaged TANGERINE.

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  1. von Mark Mueller am 21. Dezember 2018 17:51 Uhr

    I believe my Father, Charles Mueller, was the original navigator on the Tangerine. That plane was shot up a little and on their next mission, his crew was switched to the Mon Tet Rouge (1). He didn’t realize it and he had always thought that he had been shot down in Tangerine.

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