B-17 Flying Fortress B-17 42-37913

B-17 Bomber Flying Fortress – The Queen Of The Skies 42-37913

Hersteller:
Douglas

  • RCL: LD-W

MACR: 3233

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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.

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B-17 42-37913 Details

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

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B-17 42-37913 Crew

Position Rang Name Status Bemerkung
P 1LT Donald J. Stuke KIA
CP 2LT Thomas J. Lemond EVD
BOMB 2LT Clarence W. Pullem KIA
ENG/TT SGT Daniel J. Segrete POW
RO SGT Arthur R. Tuott KIA
BT SGT Irving W. Cooke KIA
WG SGT Joseph M. Dragovich KIA
WG SGT Joseph C. Ogg KIA
TG SGT Phillip J. Donnelly KIA

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