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B-17 #42-3136 / Eight Ball aka No Balls At All

Delivered Cheyenne 26/2/43; Presque Is 8/4/43; Assigned 511BS/351BG [DS-P] Polebrook 5/6/43 EIGHT BALL; Missing in Action Amsterdam (22m) 22/2/44; flak, crash landed Vijfhuizen, S of Amsterdam, Hol. Missing Air Crew Report 2772. NO BALLS AT ALL.

Crew 42-3136 / Eight Ball aka No Balls At All

PositionRang/RankNameStatusBemerkung/Note
P2LTWalter B. LeClercPOW
CP2LTJames W. EllisPOW
BOMB2LTArthur W. StarrattPOW
ENG/TTS/SGTRalph A. GroomsPOW
ROS/SGTBruce M. StonePOW
BTSGTHoward W. KramerPOW
WGSGTArchie L. StirnsbaughPOW
WGSGTJohn L. TaylorPOW
TGSGTHarald H. HayPOW

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  1. von James Ellis am 27. Oktober 2018 3:48 Uhr

    My father was the co-pilot on the No Balls at All.
    Awsome finding it on here.

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  2. von Cheryl Basheer am 25. Februar 2019 20:37 Uhr

    My father was the bombardier on the No Balls. Your father was in the same barracks as my dad, #10. Here is the link to his WWII website: http://www.awspow.net

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    • von b17flyingfortress.de am 27. Februar 2019 8:57 Uhr

      Hello Cheryl,

      I have informed James about your comments.

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  3. von Cheryl Starratt-Basheer am 26. Februar 2019 20:28 Uhr

    My father was the bombardier on the „No Balls“.

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  4. von Connie Deckard am 25. Mai 2019 19:30 Uhr

    My dad, Archie Stinebaugh, was the tail gunner on this plane. Love finding this!

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