Geschichte der
B-17 #42-5898 / Little Lass

Delivered Long Beach 27/4/43; Sioux City 4/5/43; Dow Fd 14/6/43; Assigned 562BS/388BG Knettishall 17/6/43; Missing in Action Munster 10/10/43 with Paul Williams, Co-pilot: Israel Rogg, Navigator: Ed Garver, Bombardier: Bob Macy, Flight engineer/top turret gunner: Ray Harwood, Radio Operator: Alf Gardin, Ball turret gunner: Harry Moore, Waist gunner: Ralph Cornwall, Waist gunner: Maynard Rollins,Tail gunner: Roland Conners (10 Prisoner of War); flak, crashed banks of the Ijsselmeer, Hol.; Missing Air Crew Report 3117. LITTLE LASS.

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  1. von Bob Hazel am 16. April 2018 15:43 Uhr

    I don’t believe the crew onboard when it was shot down is correct. My cousin 2nd Lt Michael Mahoney was on that flight that was shot down and he became a prisoner of war. That fact was documented in the New York papers yet no mention in your report


  2. von Bob Hazel am 17. April 2018 18:01 Uhr

    My Error in Little Lass…above article shows him part of that flight but not when he was shot down and became POW in Stalag Luft 3 Sagan-Silesia Bavaria and then moved to Nurenberg-Langwasser


    • von am 17. April 2018 18:15 Uhr

      Ok, thank you! 🙂


  3. von Bob Hazel am 17. April 2018 18:12 Uhr

    Yes he is my cousin


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