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Lt Clark (bombardier)

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Made 16 Aug 2009

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Lt Davis (navigator)

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Made 16 Aug 2009

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Lt Steely (navigator)

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Made 16 Aug 2009

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41-24635 "The Eight Ball Mk III" (303rd BG 359th BS BN-O, 37 missions)

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Made 16 Aug 2009

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41-24577 (303rd BG 358th BS VK-D, 48 missions, first aircraft to complete 25 missions in UK)

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Made 16 Aug 2009

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44-83259 was "Boops", General Doolittle's VB-17 transport when assigned toPacific after VE Day

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Made 16 Aug 2009

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42-29606 aka"Butch" (303rd BG 360th BS PU-W or M, 17 missions , lost on Hamburg 25 jul 43)

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Made 16 Aug 2009

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several aircrafts in the 385th BG with same nickname : 42- 3551 42-5913 42-30819...)

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Made 16 Aug 2009

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42-5763 (91st BG 401st BS LL-F, 17 missions, lost on Stuttgart 6 sept 43)

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Made 16 Aug 2009

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42-38083 (nose art par Tony Starcer, 91st BG 322nd BS LG-V, 77 missions, lost on Merseburg 2 nov 44)

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Made 16 Aug 2009

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41-31600 (386th BG 553rd BS AN-U)

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Made 16 Aug 2009

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The bombardier and navigator, 2nd Lt Henry G. Palas and 2nd Lt James K. Stickel, were also slightly wounded and frostbitten.

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Made 16 Aug 2009

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return from Bremen (8 oct 43) Lt Minerich - pilot - was decapited by a 20 mm canon shell, Lt Sellars - co-pilot, brought back the plane

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Made 16 Aug 2009

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lost on Bremen 20 dec 43

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Made 16 Aug 2009

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it must be Debach, 4963rd BG field, where the plane landed

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Made 16 Aug 2009

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i think this pic was taken after 14 oct 44, this plane was damaged durin a raid on Cologne)

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Made 16 Aug 2009

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part 2 of the diary : Those who sustained injuries were: 1st Lt Charles W. Reseigh, pilot: 1. Wound, contused, right upper arm, and left forearm, abrasions...

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Made 16 Aug 2009

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damaged 14 oct 44 (you can read this extract from 381st BG diary, the plane landed at Debach, 493rd BG field, that's confirm my opinion with the plane in the...

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Made 16 Aug 2009

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probably 43-38371 (493rd BG 863rs BS, crash landed 19 jan 45) a supposition...

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Made 16 Aug 2009

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42-38061 (381st BG 535th BS MS-P, lost on St Avord 28 april 44)

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Made 16 Aug 2009

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