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B-17 #42-97890 / Queen of Hearts aka L’il Satan

Delivered Tulsa 27/3/44; Kearney 22/5/44; Grenier 29/5/44; Assigned 524BS/379BG [WA-U] Kimbolton 12/6/44 LIL SATAN; returning from Toulouse flak hit blew off nose 25/6/44 with Karl Becker; Navigator: Bob Evans, Bombardier: Arthur Maataa (2 Killed in Action); Waist gunner: Joe Simoncini (Prisoner of War), force landed RAF Hunsdon, Herts; Missing in Action Magdeburg 28/9/44 with Chas Rutledge, Navigator: Stan Pain (2 Killed in Action); Co-pilot: Tom Martin, Bombardier: Dave Anderson, Flight engineer/top turret gunner: Doyle Poling, Radio Operator: Ellis Pierson, Ball turret gunner: Cliff Rondou, Waist gunner: Arthur Green,Tail gunner: Kyle Brown (7 Prisoner of War); flak, crashed Niederdadleben, W of Magdeberg, Ger; Missing Air Crew Report 9364. LIL SATAN aka QUEEN OF HEARTS.

Details 42-97890 / Queen of Hearts aka L’il Satan

Beim Einsatz am 25. Juni 1944 wurde der Bug von Flak weg geschossen. Navigator: Bob Evans, Bombenschütze: Arthur Maataa – 2 Killed in Action; Rumpfschütze: Joe Simoncini – Prisoner of War, force landed RAF Hunsdon, Herts. #42-97890 ging endgültig am 28. September 1944 verloren.

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