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B-17 #44-6101 / Satan’s Lady

Delivered Tulsa 3/5/44; Kearney 10/5/44; Grenier 27/5/44; Assigned 325BS/92BG [NV-E] Podington 2/6/44; battle damaged Hagenau 14/8/44 with Capt Walt Kirkbride, Co-pilot: Joe Mertes,n-John Matthews, Bombardier: John Kozomra (?); Flight engineer/top turret gunner: Warren Winters, Radio Operator: Clem Lighty, Ball turret gunner: Art Wilson, Waist gunner: Dale Bosworth,Tail gunner: Bill Morgan (9 Returned to Duty); crash landed base after brakes failed hitting a nissen hut; Salvaged 16/8/44. SATAN’S LADY.

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  1. von Jp CHRISTENSEN am 10. November 2018 15:03 Uhr

    I DO NOT BELIEVE THIS IS THE SATANS LADY THAT FLEW 52 MISSIONS 306 369TH UNDER CAPT LOY PETERSON MY FATHER LT PAUL W CHRISTENSEN RADIO AND BOMBADIER

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  2. von Dennis R Sedlak am 23. Januar 2019 19:00 Uhr

    I am getting ready to build a B-17G Bomber for a friend of mine. His dad was on the „Satan’s Lady“. He was on it during February 28, 1945 to around March 15, 1945. He was part of the 306 BG and the 367th BS and 369th BS. How can I get pictures of the „Satan’s Lady“ and anything about this plane in particular?

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  3. von Dennis R Sedlak am 01. März 2019 0:44 Uhr

    Thank you very much for your comments. Yes, that is correct.

    He was in the 8th Army Airforce, 367th & 369th B.S. with the 306 B.G. during Dec. 1944 to May 1945.

    Any chance I can find the plane markings for the outside of the fuselage?

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    • von b17flyingfortress.de am 02. März 2019 9:59 Uhr

      Do you mean the nose art? The letters on fuselage are WW-R.

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