Annotations by dougsheley093, 381-400

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RD was the station I.D. letters for USAAF Station 167, Ridgewell,Essex. It was home to 381st Bomb Group.

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Made 05 Aug 2012

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Martin B-26B-55-MA Marauder (s/n 42-96073) from the 584th BS, 394th BG, 9th AF and coded K5-N.

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Made 05 Aug 2012

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This is most likely the 82nd Fighter Squadron's 'War-Weary' hack aircraft. It was a P-51B-1-NA Mustang (s/n 43-12213) coded MX-F.

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Made 05 Aug 2012

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S/Sgt. William W. Fleming, a waist gunner with the Capt. Billy B. Southworth crew from the 427th BS, 303rd BG, 8th AF.

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Made 05 Aug 2012

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Note the funnel, the early g-suits used water pressure on the legs to keep pilots from blacking out under high g turns. The suit required filling with fluid...

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Made 05 Aug 2012

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2nd Lt. Myer R. Winkleman, a pilot with the 504th FS, 339th FG, 8th AF. He was KIA on 13 August 1944. MACR 7775

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Made 05 Aug 2012

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Lt. Ely N. Van Cleve from the 504th FS, 339th FG, 8th AF. KIA on 26 November 1944. MACR 10545

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Made 05 Aug 2012

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Capt. George T. Rich, a pilot with the 505th FS, 339th FG, 8th AF.

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Made 05 Aug 2012

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USAAF Station 112 was also known as RAF Bovingdon in Hertfordshire,England and was the early home to the 92nd Bomb Group and then the 11th Combat Crew...

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Made 05 Aug 2012

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1st Lt. (later Capt.) Gordon L. Doolittle, a pilot with the 435th FS, 479th FG, 8th AF.

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Made 05 Aug 2012

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1st Lt. Heinz W. Detlefsen, a fighter pilot with the 435th FS, 479th FG, 8th AF. He was KIA on 8 November 1944 when his P-51 Mustang was involved in a...

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Made 05 Aug 2012

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North American P-51D Mustang from the 504th FS (coded 5Q), 339th FG, 8th AF based at Fowlmere (USAAF St. 378). I think this Mustang is s/n 44-13378 coded...

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Made 04 Aug 2012

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T/Sgt. Erwin G. Reynolds - Engineer/Top Turret Gunner

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Made 04 Aug 2012

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S/Sgt. Daniel F.X. Donahue - Left Waist Gunner

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T/Sgt. Howard B. Levin - Radio Operator

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Made 04 Aug 2012

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1st Lt. Edward A. Sievers - Pilot

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Made 04 Aug 2012

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2nd Lt. John B. Slaughter - Navigator

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Made 04 Aug 2012

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2nd Lt. Billy J. Driver - CoPilot

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Made 04 Aug 2012

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"Wabbit Twacks" was a Ford B-24H-15-FO Liberator (s/n 42-52392) from the 753rd BS, 458th BG and coded J4-O. Lost on the 8 April 1944 mission to...

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Made 04 Aug 2012

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1st Lt. Robert R. Zadnik, a pilot from the 532nd BS, 381st BG.

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Made 04 Aug 2012

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