Geschichte der
B-17 #42-97344 / Carrie B II

Delivered Cheyenne 20/2/44; Tinker 4/3/44; Hunter 6/3/44; Grenier 7/4/44; Assigned 613BS/401BG [IN-P] Deenethorpe 28/4/44; detailed Leipzig 16/8/44 with W.A. Shackleford, Navigator: J.M. Rush, Bombardier: W.M. Scalon, Flight engineer/top turret gunner: M. Luchfield, Radio Operator: R.C. Knox, Ball turret gunner: L.C. Kenagy, Waist gunner: S.A. Papzion, Waist gunner: Dick Truxell,Tail gunner: W.W. Moore (9 Returned to Duty); Co-pilot: George Shullo (KIA-flak); Missing in Action Merseburg 24/8/44 with Max Cain, Co-pilot: Bob Henderson, Navigator: Jim Pettus, Flight engineer/top turret gunner: Paul Jameson, Radio Operator: Emil Spencer, Waist gunner: Homer Arbogast,Tail gunner: Dick Truxell (7 Prisoner of War); tog-Don Byers, Ball turret gunner: Bob Barron (2 Killed in Action); enemy aircraft KO’d #2, later ship exploded, crashed Dreilingen, NE of Fassberg Afd, Ger; Missing Air Crew Report 8203. CARRIE B II.

Crew 42-97344 / Carrie B II

P2LTMaxwell M. CainPOW
CP2LTRobert E. HendersonPOW
ROS/SGTEmil M. SpencerPOW
BTSGTRobert E. BarronKIA
WGSGTHomer F. ArbogastPOW
TGS/SGTRichard TruxellPOW
TOGSGTDonald C. ByersKIA

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