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Page 9

The remains of B-17G 42-102686 of the 339th Bomb Sq, 96th BG at Poltava airfield following the Luftwaffe raid the night of 21-22 June 1944.

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Made 29 Apr 2010

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B-17G 42-102781 of the 338th Bomb Sq, 96th BG, destroyed at Poltava airfield during the Luftwaffe raid the night of 21-22 June 1944.

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Made 29 Apr 2010

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B-17G 42-102670 of the 338th Bomb Sq, 96th BG, destroyed on the ground at Poltava airfield by a Luftwaffe night raid, following the first 'shuttle' mission...

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Made 29 Apr 2010

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B-17G 42-102653 of the 339th Bomb Sq, 96th BG, destroyed on Poltava airfirld in a Luftwaffe night raid following the Operation FRANTIC shuttle raid of 21...

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Made 28 Apr 2010

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The remains of 1LT Paul Skinner's B-17G 44-6001 "Karen B III" of the 728th Bomb Sq, 452nd BG, destroyed at Poltava airfield the night of 21 June 1944.

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 35

Made 28 Apr 2010

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22 June 1944: The remains of B-17G 42-97247 of the 452nd BG lay on Poltava airfield following a Luftwaffe night raid.

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Made 28 Apr 2010

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B-17G 43-37558 of the 452nd BG was caught on the ground at Poltava during the Luftwaffe night raid, 21 June 1944. She was officially declared as salvage on 2...

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Made 28 Apr 2010

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4 January 1945: B-24J 44-41142 of the 780th Bomb Sq, 465th BG crash-lands in heavy fog at Poltava airfield.

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Made 28 Apr 2010

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P-51B (ship #27) of the 317th Ftr Sq, 325th FG.

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Made 28 Apr 2010

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F-5C 42-67128 "Dot + Dash" assigned to the 22nd Photo Recon Sq, 7th PRG. The ship was lost on 6 October 1944 with 2LT Claude C. Murray at the...

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Made 28 Apr 2010

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1LT Everett A. Thies, Minneapolis, MN - 22nd Photo Recon Sq, 7th PRG.

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Made 28 Apr 2010

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TSGT Daniel Noble, W. Lafayette, OH - crew chief, 22nd Photo Recon Sq, 7th PRG.

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Made 28 Apr 2010

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P-51B (ship #45) of the 318th Ftr Sq, 325th FG "Checkertail Clan" taxies for takeoff from a Soviet base in the summer of 1943. Caption states...

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Made 28 Apr 2010

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1LT Ralph A. Thiessen, Hamburg, IA - 94th Ftr Sq, 1st FG. Officially credited with three confirmed aerial victories.

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Made 27 Apr 2010

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CB-24D 42-63790

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Made 27 Apr 2010

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CB-24D 42-63779 "Hoopoe" (pronounced "Hoo-Poo") was originally assigned to the 479th Anti-Submarine Gp before her conversion to an 8th AF...

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Made 27 Apr 2010

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Charles E Turner was born in Lancaster, but based in Liverpool, an artist who specialized in landscape and marine views. Proficient in watercolours and oils,...

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Made 27 Apr 2010

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Charles E Turner was born in Lancaster, but based in Liverpool, an artist who specialized in landscape and marine views. Proficient in watercolours and oils,...

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Made 27 Apr 2010

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PFC Victor Geisel, A-36 armorer, Clarksville, AR.

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Made 27 Apr 2010

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SSGT Niles G. Erikson (L), squadron painter, Mattapan, MS, & SGT Harold E. Wolfe, A-36 crew chief, Sulphur Springs, TX.

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Made 27 Apr 2010

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