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B-17G 42-31672 "Buckeye Boomerang II" of the 401st Bomb Sq, 91st BG, Bassingbourn. Named by LT John D. Davis for his home state, the ship replaced...

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Made 22 May 2009

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18 October 1943: LT M.H. Jewett & crew, 401st Bomb Sq, 91st BG, Bassingbourn. Jewett's crew appears to have flown B-17F 42-3060 "Hell's Belle"...

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Made 22 May 2009

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B-17F 42-3060 "Hell's Belle" (coded LL-G) of the 401st Bomb Sq, 91st BG. Transferred from the 385th BG, this ship arrived at Bassingbourn 13...

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Made 22 May 2009

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27 June 1943: 2LT Jesse D. Rogers & crew, 322nd Bomb Sq, 91st BG. Rogers appears on the squadron record as arriving the day before the photo was...

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Made 22 May 2009

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B-17F 42-2970 "Connecticut Yankee" (coded DF-E) of the 324th Bomb Sq, 91st BG, Bassingbourn. Named by 1LT James A. Verinis (a New Haven, CT...

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Made 22 May 2009

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27 May 1943: No mission on the board, but there's always time for practice. 1LT James A. Verinis (standing, far left) best known as copilot for Bob Morgan's...

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Made 22 May 2009

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13 July 1943: A scrubbed mission to Poix makes time for a photo op for 2LT Jack A. Hargis & crew, 322nd Bomb Sq, 91st BG and their B-17F "The...

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Made 22 May 2009

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27 February 1943: 1LT John T. Hardin & crew, 322nd Bomb Sq, 91st BG with B-17F 41-24453 "The Bearded Beauty/Mizpah" (coded LG-O). Hardin's crew...

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Made 22 May 2009

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SGT Michael Fenchalk, tail gunner, 324th Bomb Sq, 91st BG.

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Made 22 May 2009

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SGT Gladyes "Jack" Wallace, waist gunner, 324th Bomb Sq, 91st BG.

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Made 22 May 2009

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SGT Raymond E. Bisson, radio operator, 324th Bomb Sq, 91st BG.

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Made 22 May 2009

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LT Anthony M. Japak, bombardier, 324th Bomb Sq, 91st BG.

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Made 22 May 2009

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LT John R. Lindahl, pilot, 324th Bomb Sq, 91st BG.

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Made 22 May 2009

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SGT Doyle E. Humphrey, flight engineer/top turret gunner, 324th Bomb Sq, 91st BG.

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Made 22 May 2009

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B-17G 42-107040 "Shirley Jean" (coded DF-D) of the 324th Bomb Sq, 91st BG, Bassingbourn. First assigned 1 April 1944, the aircraft flew seven...

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Made 22 May 2009

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2LT Jack P. Brown & crew, 323rd Bomb Sq, 91st BG, Bassingbourn, with B-17G 43-38379 "Margie" (coded OR-O). Brown's crew logged 13 missions...

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Made 22 May 2009

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B-17G 43-38379 "Margie" (coded OR-O) of the 323rd Bomb Sq, 91st BG, Bassingbourn. Arriving on the field 10 September 1944, she flew her 1st mission...

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Made 22 May 2009

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Captioned at "LT J.F. Cochran & crew of the 323rd Bomb Sq, 91st BG," the photo may actually be 2LT William Partridge & crew, which included...

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Made 22 May 2009

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B-17G 43-38939 "Peace Or Bust" (coded OR-A) of the 323rd Bomb Sq, 91st BG, Bassingbourn. The ship arrived on the field 2 December 1944 and flew her...

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Made 22 May 2009

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B-17F 42-5724 "Marnita No. 2/THUNDERBIRD" (coded LG-T) of the 322nd Bomb Sq, 91st BG. Copilot 2LT John C. Kaufman's tour with the 91st lasted...

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Made 21 May 2009

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