History of the
B-17 #42-29485 / Miss Fury

Delivered Cheyenne 20/12/42; Salina 3/1/43; West Palm Beach 31/1/43; Assigned 416BS/99BG Navarin 20/2/43; Oudna 4/8/43; Tortorella 11/12/43; transferred 483BG Tortorella 31/3/44; 7 more missions, Sterparone 22/4/44; Written off 31/7/44, repaired to 463BG Celone as weather aircraft 4/45; Salvaged 5/10/45. MISS FURY.

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  1. von Joe Jacobi am 02. January 2019 3:30 Uhr

    My father was a crew member on this B17, flying out of the desert of North Africa during spring/summer of 1943. He did the required 50 missions. No crew members were injured during that time and the plane was never damaged. His name was George Jacobi and was a bombardier/navigator. Their outfit was known as the Black Diamonds. George’s grandfather was born in Mannheim.


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