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This photo is taken at Metfield, not Raydon. Its date would be sometime in March 1944 after Shannon Christian's return to the 351st on March 2 and before...

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Made 15 Jun 2012

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The aircraft code was LH-X. Lt Long (from Rome, New York) was flying wing to Capt Stanley R. Pidduck in the first of two flights flying down to RAF Biggin...

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Made 27 May 2012

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Correct spelling is Irvin E. Venell from Schickley, Nebraska. He was leading the second of two flights flying down to RAF Biggin Hill for two weeks...

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Made 27 May 2012

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Note the hole in the prop. After escaping from the Fw190 that caught his wing, Duncan shot up a Ju88 on the ground and then a boat in the Zuider Zee. The...

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Made 21 May 2012

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LH-T 'Fatty Patty II' was Capt Charles W. Dinse's aircraft. Lt Col Glenn E. Duncan borrowed it on February 24, 1944 and had a 'man size hole' blasted in the...

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Made 21 May 2012

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This is damage to 1st Lt Robert E. Fortier's aircraft caused by three .50 cal bullets fired by a Flying Fortress. The incident happened when Fortier was...

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Made 17 May 2012

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This is a picture of the remains of a/c 42-8405 LH-X. Lt Robert C. Peters was slow-timing it on the evening of August 23, 1943 and crashed while attempting...

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Made 17 May 2012

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This is damage caused by an Me109 on October 2, 1943 (not October 3 as dated). 1st Lt Melvin P. Dawson, flying White#3, in Major Glenn E. Duncan's flight was...

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Made 17 May 2012

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Bill Bailey (352nd Squadron CO at the time) is the only official pilot in the photo. The others present are the 352nd ground officers - though at least one,...

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Made 26 Apr 2012

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Lt Irvin M. Lundy (352nd FS Communications Officer)

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Made 26 Apr 2012

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Lt Eugene R. Murphy (352nd FS Armaments Officer)

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Made 26 Apr 2012

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Lt Hiram H. Spicer (352nd FS Supply/Transport Officer)

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Made 26 Apr 2012

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Capt Charles Wurtzler (352nd FS Intelligence Officer)

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Made 26 Apr 2012

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Capt Henry E. Esperson (352nd Engineering Officer)

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Made 26 Apr 2012

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Capt James Cope (352nd FS Flight Surgeon)

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Made 26 Apr 2012

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Capt Giles B. Cook (352nd FS Ground Executive Officer)

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Made 26 Apr 2012

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Lt Harry L. Hammer (352nd FS Assistant Intelligence Officer)

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Made 26 Apr 2012

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