B-17 Flying Fortress B-17 42-38026 / My Day aka Sad Sack

B-17 #42-38026 / My Day aka Sad Sackzoom_in

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www.fold3.com

Manufacturer:
Douglas

  • RCL: SC-N

MACR: 4815

Missions: 11

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History of
B-17 42-38026 / My Day aka Sad Sack

Delivered Cheyenne 18/11/43; Kearney 5/12/43; Presque Is 22/12/43; Assigned 612BS/401BG [SC-N] Deenethorpe 2/2/44; Missing in Action Kiel 19/5/44 with Marion Hagen, Co-pilot: John Dunn, Navigator: Wilbur Cordell, Bombardier: Fred Graham, Flight engineer/top turret gunner: Harry Simmons, Radio Operator: Martin Barr, Ball turret gunner: Wade Cox, Waist gunner: Art Huston, Waist gunner: Jim Stone (9 Killed in Action);Tail gunner: Bill Henson (Prisoner of War); flak hit an exloded almost immediately, crashed Kiel, Ger; Missing Air Crew Report 4815. SAD SACK aka MY DAY.

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B-17 42-38026 / My Day aka Sad Sack Crew

Position Rank Name Status Note
P 2LT Marion O. Hagan Jr. KIA
CP 2LT John B. Dunn Jr. KIA
BOMB 2LT Fred E. Graham KIA
ENG/TT S/SGT Harry G. Simmons Jr. KIA
RO S/SGT Martin A. Barr KIA
BT SGT Wade M. Cox KIA
WG SGT Arthur A. Huston KIA
WG SGT James A. Stone KIA
TG SGT William W. Henson POW

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