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B-17 #42-31561 / Just Elmer’s Tune

Delivered Denver 24/11/43; Kearney 11/12/43; Romulus 17/12/43; Presque Is 20/12/43; Assigned 335BS/95BG [OE-Z] Horham 24/12/43; 11m, Missing in Action Rostock 24/2/44 with Elmer Costales, Co-pilot: Steve Kish, Bombardier: Lars Skoug, Radio Operator: Lester Seeling, Ball turret gunner: Bob Joyce, Waist gunner: Leaman McCulloch, Waist gunner: Norman Carnie,Tail gunner: Edwin Hays (8 Prisoner of War); Navigator: Cliff Sahner, Flight engineer/top turret gunner: George Peckacek (2 Killed in Action); flak hit #1 and stabilizer damaged, dropped behind and crash landed Oster Hojst, S of Logumkloster, Den. Missing Air Crew Report 2644. JUST ELMER’S TUNE.

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Crew 42-31561 / Just Elmer’s Tune

PositionRang/RankNameStatusBemerkung/Note
P1LTElmer J. CostalesPOWHit in his right lung
CP2LTSteve A. KishPOWHit in his right leg
BOMB2LTLars E. SkougPOWHit in the legs
ENG/TTT/SGTGeorge F. PechacehKIAparachute not deployed
ROT/SGTLester W. SeeligPOW
BTS/SGTRobert J. JoysePOW
WGS/SGTLeamon E. McCullochPOW
WGS/SGTNorman M. CarniePOW
TGS/SGTEdwin W. HaysPOW

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