History of the
B-17 #42-29861 / Buck-Shot

Delivered Cheyenne 27/2/43; Denver 1/3/43; Pueblo 12/3/43; Presque Is 8/4/43; Assigned 509BS/351BG [RQ-X] Polebrook 16/4/43; Missing in Action {31m} Oschersleben 11/1/44 with Harry Cannon, Co-pilot: John May, Navigator: George Farrell, Bombardier: Bob Wood, Flight engineer/top turret gunner: Jim Ball, Radio Operator: Paul Kallas, Ball turret gunner: Manuel Trujillo, Waist gunner: Dick Emmick, Waist gunner: Wayne Kittilson,Tail gunner: Bob Broadsky (10 Prisoner of War); enemy aircraft, crashed Luederoad Estate, four miles E of Salzgitter, Ger. MACR1936. BUCK-SHOT.

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  1. von Robert M. Rivet am 20. October 2019 17:32 Uhr

    My wife’s grandfather piloted this bomber. 1st Lt James W. Strouse. Very proud of this bombers legacy and those who fought with her.


  2. von Robert M. Rivet am 21. October 2019 10:58 Uhr



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