B-17 Flying Fortress B-17 42-5712 / Heavy Weight Annihilators No. 2 aka My Prayer

B-17 #42-5712 / Heavy Weight Annihilators No. 2 aka My Prayerzoom_in

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Hersteller:
Boeing

  • RCL: LG-S

MACR: 283

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Geschichte der
B-17 42-5712 / Heavy Weight Annihilators No. 2 aka My Prayer

Delivered Cheyenne 20/8/42; Wayne 6/11/42; West Palm Beach, Fl 14/12/43; Assigned 322BS/91BG [LG-S] Bassingbourn 1/1/43 HEAVYWEIGHT ANNIHILATORS II; battle damaged 22/6/43, repaired & transferred 324BS; {17m} crash landed Manston on return from Schweinfurt 17/8/43 with Jim Judy, Co-pilot: Roger Layn, Flight engineer/top turret gunner: Earl Cherry{Wounded in Action} (3 Returned to Duty); Navigator: Ed DeCoster, Bombardier: Lewis Allen, Radio Operator: Virgil Faust, Ball turret gunner: Chas Baiano, Waist gunner: Ray Tarbell, Waist gunner: Vince Lala,Tail gunner: Paul Burton (7 Prisoner of War); severe damage by flak with 500+ holes but remaining crew brought aircraft back to crash landed on grass at RAF Manston, UK; Salvaged Cat E. Missing Air Crew Report 283. MY PRAYER.

B-17 42-5712 / Heavy Weight Annihilators No. 2 aka My Prayer Details

Beschädigt durch Flak beim ersten Schweinfurt-Einsatz. Hatte über 500 Einschusslöcher. Konnte trotzdem in England notlanden.

42-5712 / Heavy Weight Annihilators No. 2 aka My Prayer

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