B-17 Flying Fortress B-17 42-3226 / Little Chuck

B-17 Bomber Flying Fortress – The Queen Of The Skies 42-3226 / Little Chuck

Hersteller:
Douglas

  • RCL: VP-S
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Geschichte der
B-17 42-3226 / Little Chuck

Delivered Cheyenne 1/4/43; Dow 23/5/43; Assigned 533BS/381BG [VP-S] Ridgewell 25/5/43 with Lt Col Leland Fiegel, Capt Art Briggs, Lt Clayton Greenwood {eng/off}, Maj Garfield Schnabel {medic}, Lt Carey Ballew (statn/off}, M/Sgt Jim Hatton {Ass/eng}, M/Sgt Albt Purchase {rad/op}, T/Sgt Leon Szopinski {Ops/clk}, S/Sgt Harry Cenker {pers/clk}, Lt Spencer Muller {ATC nav}; battle damaged {1m} Antwerp 22/6/43 with Inman Jobe, Co-pilot: Jim Hudson, Navigator: Jim Bradley, Bombardier: Larry Potenza, Flight engineer/top turret gunner: Kinley Lindsay, Radio Operator: Henry Klick, Ball turret gunner: Bob Osborne, Waist gunner: Woody Englett, Waist gunner: Tony Fox,Tail gunner: Art Sieber (10 Returned to Duty); crash landed Nth Foreland, Kent, UK. on return from first mission of BG; Salvaged 1/7/43. LITTLE CHUCK.

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