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B-17 #42-3504 / Lady Jean

Delivered Denver 16/7/43; Scott 11/8/43; Assigned 339BS/96BG [QJ-F] Snetterton 3/9/43; Missing in Action Kiel 11/1/44 with Russell Ford, Co-pilot: Chas Kizer, Navigator: Ashby Hunter, Bombardier: John McGlynn, Flight engineer/top turret gunner: Ben Milling, Radio Operator: Alex Crowell, Ball turret gunner: Eugene Raight, Waist gunner: George Tyminski, Waist gunner: Guy Lowery,Tail gunner: Bernie Kritchunas (10 Killed in Action); enemy aircraft, ditched North Sea; another B-17 signalled rescue launch but all lost. Missing Air Crew Report 2376.

Details 42-3504 / Lady Jean

Erste B-17 mit Bendix-Kinnturm.

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  1. von Anna Trindall am 10. Oktober 2019 14:29 Uhr

    It says in other sites “ ditched in North sea off Dutch coast“ but that cant be right because ASR wouldnt go that far across the north sea. Its more likely to have come down off the English coast.

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