Geschichte der
B-17 #44-8854 / Just Once More

Delivered Cheyenne 16/1/45; Hunter 14/2/45; Grenier 20/2/45; Assigned 333BS/94BG Rougham 22/2/45; RetUS, Reconstruction Finance Corporation (sold for scrap metal in USA) Walnut Ridge 8/1/46. „JUST ONCE MORE.“

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  1. von Leon maj am 27. Januar 2019 7:25 Uhr

    My father was the radio operator on this bomber for 25 missions. I have many old yellow sheets of orders written by generals commending the 385th on leading the entire 8th into Germany. I also have a scrapbook of his tours of death and survival including pictures. I cannot imagine what he went through. I am only gratefull that his blood is in my veins.


    • von am 27. Januar 2019 11:24 Uhr

      Hello Leon,

      I sent you an email. Please check and reply 😉

      Thank you for sharing this little piece of history.


      • von leon am 08. März 2019 7:48 Uhr

        385th bomb group. Lots of info.


      • von Leon am 08. März 2019 7:58 Uhr

        Please contact if you can. Lots of info and pictures of the crew.
        Its hard to believe these heroes never asked for anything but to be left alone. I have lots of orders sighned by general
        jumper and general Castle.


    • von Dave Obal am 31. Januar 2019 20:39 Uhr

      Hi, I recently came into possession of an Over Seas hat With 30 Bombing missions 94th BH 333 stamped on it. Also stamped was a soldier’s Laundry number N-2484. I have been trying to find the identity of this soldier. I noticed your comment that your father was on this B17 during WW2. If at all possible, if you have a roster, names etc. of any crew member that has the last name beginning with „N“ and the last 4 digits of his serial # ..2484 , of just a crew member that has the last name beginning with „N“ it would be greatly appreciated if you could forward that to me.


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