Geschichte der
B-17 #43-37977 / Miss X

Delivered Cheyenne 12/6/44; Kearney 22/6/44; Dow Fd 7/7/44; Assigned 603BS/398BG [N7-R] Nuthampstead 20/7/44; Missing in Action 8/1/45 with Thomas, AOC 12/1/45, re-ass as 602BS [K8-R] 5/3/45 from 2 SAD Abbotts Ripton; taxi accident when tail wheel damaged in perimeter track hole with M/Sgt Chas Dreyer 23/5/45; not returned to group, Returned to the USA Bradley 10/7/45; 4185 BU Independence 12/7/45; Reconstruction Finance Corporation (sold for scrap metal in USA) Kingman 17/12/45. MISS X.

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  1. von D.V. Malcolm am 30. November 2018 0:57 Uhr

    Nov. 29, 2018

    Hello,

    I’m doing a project on Miss X, the B17 bomber that was flown by a 1st Lt. John „Jack“ Joseph Lee from Salem, Massachusetts.

    Can you point me in a strong direction so that I can research more about, not only the plane itself and its missions, but what became of it following the war. I know it ended up as scrap metal, sadly, but I need to secure more information on this beloved bomber that Lt. Lee rather cherished.

    Any suggestions, guidance, or direction is greatly appreciated. And have a very Happy Holiday that’s approaching soon.

    Kind regards,
    Dorothy V. Malcolm
    Ipswich, MA
    DVMBoston@aol.com

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