Geschichte der
B-17 #43-37831 / Lady Velma

Delivered Cheyenne 26/5/44; Hunter 5/6/44; Grenier 15/6/44; Assigned 571BS/390BG [FC-C] Framlingham 17/6/44; Missing in Action Hannover 14/3/45 with Willard Kast, John Romkema, Bob Peterson, Dan McKinney, Paul Akisevich, John Popesen, Dorsett Shipman, Clyde Belveal, Julian Budziak (9 Killed in Action); Francis Nix (Prisoner of War); mid air coll with 42-102972 (390BG), crashed Wulften, near Gottingen, Ger. Missing Air Crew Report 13024. LADY VELMA.

Details 43-37831 / Lady Velma

Kollision in der Luft mit der B-17 #42-102972 ‚Heavenly Cent aka Boston Blackie‘

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  1. von Teresa Mckinney am 28. August 2019 1:54 Uhr

    Dan McKinney was my husband’s uncle. My stepdaughter was in photography class and needed old negatives for a class project. I had some that were her grandparents and on there was a photo with Dan in front of this plane and one with the whole crew in front of the plane. Nobody had any idea what was on the negatives. Priceless photos for the McKinney family.

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    • von b17flyingfortress.de am 01. September 2019 11:10 Uhr

      Thank you, can you sent me the photo for this website? I could not sent you a email, because email is wrong.

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