Geschichte der
B-17 #42-37913

Delivered Denver 13/10/43; Gr Island 29/10/43; Assigned 418BS/100BG [LD-W] Thorpe Abbotts 18/11/43; Missing in Action Oberpfaffenhofen 18/3/44 with Don Stuke, Navigator: George Owens, Bombardier: Clarry Pullem, Radio Operator: Arthur Tuott, Ball turret gunner: Irving Cooke, Waist gunner: Joe Ogg, Waist gunner: Joe Dragovich,Tail gunner: Phil Donnelly (8 Killed in Action); Co-pilot: Tom Lemond (evaded capture); Flight engineer/top turret gunner: Dan Segrete (Prisoner of War); mid-air coll with 42-39830 (100BG), two engines broke away and nose with only #4 operating; crashed Place de Moulin, Campeaux, two miles N of Hericourt-St Samson, E of Rouen, Fr. Missing Air Crew Report 3233.

Details 42-37913

Kollision in der Luft mit B-17 #42-39830 ‚Berlin Playboy‘ am 18. März 1944.

Crew 42-37913

PositionRang/RankNameStatusBemerkung/Note
P1LTDonald J. StukeKIA
CP2LTThomas J. LemondEVD
BOMB2LTClarence W. PullemKIA
ENG/TTSGTDaniel J. SegretePOW
ROSGTArthur R. TuottKIA
BTSGTIrving W. CookeKIA
WGSGTJoseph M. DragovichKIA
WGSGTJoseph C. OggKIA
TGSGTPhillip J. DonnellyKIA

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