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B-17 #42-3289 / Wolf Pack

Delivered Denver 11/5/43; Bangor 15/6/43; Assigned 562BS/388BG Knettishall 23/6/43; Missing in Action Stuttgart 6/9/43 with Ed Wick, Co-pilot: Allen Lemley, Navigator: Bob Merriam, Bombardier: Frank Boyer, Flight engineer/top turret gunner: Clayton Junkin, Waist gunner: Chris Ivanoff, Waist gunner: Neil Riccardi (7 Prisoner of War); Radio Operator: Andy Fabiszewski, Ball turret gunner: Bill Shawley,Tail gunner: Rolland Allard (3 Killed in Action); flak, crashed Dettingen-an-der-Erms, seven miles NE of Reutlingen, Ger, Missing Air Crew Report 3066. WOLF PACK.

Details 42-3289 / Wolf Pack

This a/c suffered fierce attacks by fighters between IP and target, losing one engine and damaging flight controls. With the loss of one engine and right wing on fire seven crew bailed out before a/c went into a spin and crashed on the east side of Dettingen an der Erms, about 7 miles north-east of Reutlingen, Germany, at 10:50 hrs. The R/O and ball turret gunner were killed in the a/c during fighter attacks. 3 KIA 7 POW.

Crew 42-3289 / Wolf Pack

P1LTEdward Arthur WickPOW
CPF/OAllan Byron LemleyPOW
BOMB2LTFrank Lawrence BoyerPOW
ENG/TTT/SGTClayton Melvin JunkinPOW
ROS/SGTAndrew William FabiszewskiKIA
BTS/SGTWilliam Lynn ShawleyKIA
WGS/SGTChris Ivanoff Jr.POW
WGS/SGTNeil Robert RiccardiPOW
TGS/SGTRoland AllardKIA

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