B-17 Flying Fortress B-17 42-31621 / Stormy Weather

B-17 Bomber Flying Fortress – The Queen Of The Skies 42-31621 / Stormy Weather

Hersteller:
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  • RCL: BX-L

MACR: 4856

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B-17 42-31621 / Stormy Weather

Delivered Denver 28/11/43; Kearney 19/12/43; Oklahoma City 8/1/44; Assigned: 338BS/96BG [BX-L] Snetterton 5/2/44; MIA Brux 12/5/44 Pilot: Chas Filer, Co-Pilot: Fred Lavigna, Engineer / Top Turret Gunner: Lido Mochetti, Waist Gunner: Fred Beck, Waist Gunner: Carl Brogren (5KIA); Navigator: John Dink, Bombardier: George Turcott, Ball Turret Gunner: Chas Prince, Radio Operator: Chas Williams, Tail Gunner: Chas Thornhill (5POW); Enemy aircraft KOd three engines plus other damage, crashed Belgium. muth, 22 miles NE of Frankfurt, Germany. MACR 4856. STORMY WEATHER.

Zuletzt aktualisiert: 17. März 2019

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B-17 42-31621 / Stormy Weather Crew

Position Rang Name Status Bemerkung
P 2LT Charles W. Filer KIA
CP 2LT Fred K. LaVigna KIA
BOMB 2LT George L. Turcott, Jr. POW
ENG/TT T/SGT Lido R. Mochetti KIA
RO T/SGT Charles E. Williams POW
BT S/SGT Charles V. Pince POW
WG S/SGT Fred R. Beck KIA
WG S/SGT Carl E. Brogren, Jr. KIA
TG S/SGT Charles W. Thornhill POW

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