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B-24J-55-CO (s/n 42-99982) from the 566th BS, 389th BG, 8th AF named "Might of the Eighth". Lost in a mid-air collision on the April 9,1944 mission...

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Made 22 Aug 2010

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This crew was the only one out of 13 from the 100th Bomb Group to return from the October 10,1943 mission to Munster,Germany. Rosenthal limped the plane home...

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Made 10 Aug 2010

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S/Sgt. Ray H. Robinson - Ball Turret Gunner

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Made 10 Aug 2010

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S/Sgt. William J. DeBlasio - Tail Gunner

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Made 10 Aug 2010

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T/Sgt. Clarence C. Hall - Engineer/Top Turret Gunner

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Made 10 Aug 2010

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Sgt. James F. Mack - Left Waist Gunner, he was a replacement for the original LWG, S/Sgt. John Shaffer,Jr., who was badly wounded on the Oct. 10,1943 mission...

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Made 10 Aug 2010

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T/Sgt. Michael V. Boccuzzi - Radio Operator

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Made 10 Aug 2010

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S/Sgt. Loren F. Darling - Right Waist Gunner

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Made 10 Aug 2010

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2nd Lt. Winfrey Lewis - Copilot

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Made 10 Aug 2010

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2nd Lt. Clifford T. Milburn - Bombardier

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Made 10 Aug 2010

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Capt. Robert Rosenthal - Pilot, he ended the war flying two tours for a total of 52 combat missions. Had a reputation for always bring his crew home.

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Made 10 Aug 2010

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2nd Lt. Ronald C. Bailey - Navigator

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Made 10 Aug 2010

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The tail gunner, S/Sgt. Wallace E. Kasch, was blown out of the aircraft without a chute, his remains were never found.

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Made 10 Aug 2010

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1st Lt. John L. Hahn - pilot

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Made 10 Aug 2010

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Lt. Col. Edwin B. Daily, 398th Bomb Group's Deputy Group C.O. He was flying as 'command pilot' with this crew when this damage occured.

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Made 10 Aug 2010

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B-24J-10-CO Liberator (s/n 42-73085) assigned to 512th BS, 376th BG. Lost on August 22,1944 mission to Vienna,Austria. Another B-24J (s/n 44-40502) suffered...

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Made 09 Aug 2010

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"Ford's Follies" was a Ford-built B-24M-10-FO Liberator (s/n 44-50715). Spent most its combat time with the 453rd BG, was transfered to the 458th...

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Made 03 Aug 2010

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Plane was named "Mollita" in honor of Col. Casey Odom, whose daughter was named Mollie. Col. Odom called her his "Little Mollita". It was...

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Made 03 Aug 2010

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The 5 young ladies who adopted the plane: Vera Reynolds, Margaret Brown, Peggy Telford, Iris Roberts, Violet Bowman.

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Made 01 Aug 2010

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I don't think he was supposed to be in the photo...the original photo bomb?

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Made 01 Aug 2010

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