Geschichte der
B-17 #42-31889 / Mammy Yokum III

Delivered Cheyenne 30/12/43; Barksdale 11/1/44; Savannah 16/1/44; Morrison 18/1/44; Assigned 416BS/99BG Tortorella 28/1/44; {6m} transferred 429BS/2BG Amendola 28/3/44; Missing in Action Memmingen, Ger; 18/7/44 with Millard Pedigo*, Co-pilot: Francis Barrett, Navigator: Mark Glasgow, Bombardier: Sid Hurwitz*, Flight engineer/top turret gunner: Bill Poplawksi*, Radio Operator: Bill Aeschbacher*, Ball turret gunner: Angelo Martucci, Waist gunner: Paul Johnson, Waist gunner: Sam Byers,Tail gunner: Gene Eisner (10INT); later * escaped from Switz; crash landed Dubendorf, Switz; Missing Air Crew Report 6863. MAMMY YOKUM III.

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  1. von Carol Salonek am 24. Februar 2018 1:46 Uhr

    The navigator on this aircraft was my Mother’s 1st cousin, Mark O. Glasgow. He was her Father’s sister’s son. I never knew he was a POW until I found a report from the Red Cross about him on the Internet. In fact, He married a Swiss girl, Margrit. (can’t remember her last name) As a young child, I saw the family several times. The RC report says he was from California. He was from Texas. I wondered why he was interred for such a short time. Also, I wondered if the rank (Capt.) was correct. (I don’t know why he would outrank the pilot). It is interesting to find out facts about family that I was not aware of.


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