Other Annotations by GregCampbellUSA, 21-40

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Page 207

This is NOT Elizabeth "Bet" Smith, wife of Walter "Snowdon" Smith, III - shown on crutches. I emailed Bet Smith ~ Feb 2013 and she...

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 207

Made 26 Feb 2013

Page 207

(G733)2-321-FH)(8-3-42)

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 207

Made 26 Feb 2013

Page 207

Rec;d 8/11/42 from Public Relations Officer, Hq 4th Air Force, San Francisco, California.

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 207

Made 26 Feb 2013

Page 207

Brig. Gen. Barney M. Giles, Commanding General of the 4th Air Force, pins the Order of the Purple Heart on these seven officers and men of Hickam Field,...

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 207

Made 26 Feb 2013

Page 208

wounded in the initial Japanese attack on the Pearl Harbor and Hickam Field installation. Their citations read, "having performed meritorious acts of...

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 208

Made 26 Feb 2013

Page 23

91st Bombardment Group, 324th Bomb Squadron, AAF Station No. 121. [Bassingbourn, Cambridgeshire, England]

Source: Missing Air Crew Reports, WWII » Page 23

Made 27 Jun 2012

Page 23

Statement of eyewitnessess: At 1445 Hours, A/C B-17-F, 42-3506, was forced out of formation due to E/A [Enemy Aircraft], number 4 engine feathered and unable...

Source: Missing Air Crew Reports, WWII » Page 23

Made 27 Jun 2012

Page 23

B-17F 42-3506

Source: Missing Air Crew Reports, WWII » Page 23

Made 27 Jun 2012

Page 21

Curt Campbell, one crew member of the crashed aircraft, B-17F 42-3506 Sir Baboon McGoon, reported that this was his 8th mission, and their 2nd mission (not...

Source: Missing Air Crew Reports, WWII » Page 21

Made 27 Jun 2012

Page 6

All RTD (Returned to Duty?) Man 3473 or something like that. I know all 10 crewman survived the ditching in the North Sea, the two life rafts were held...

Source: Missing Air Crew Reports, WWII » Page 6

Made 27 Jun 2012

Page 5

Not entirely legible on this, but it appears to read ?0 Km W of Ijmuiden on the Sea. The original German report of capture clearly stated 28NM on 300 degree...

Source: Missing Air Crew Reports, WWII » Page 5

Made 27 Jun 2012

Page 4

Casualty No.: KU 1347 related to B-17 42-3506 Sir Baboon McGoon from AAF Station 121 Bassingbourn, Cambridgeshire, England

Source: Missing Air Crew Reports, WWII » Page 4

Made 27 Jun 2012

Page 2

Curtis Willett Campbell, Sgt. (not Willott). Ident. Tag 36434003, Taken prisoner by Germans on 29 Mar 1944.

Source: Missing Air Crew Reports, WWII » Page 2

Made 27 Jun 2012

Page 32

West Evaluation Center, located at Oberursel, Taunus, Germany. Reference to WIKI article at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oberursel#History which states that...

Source: Missing Air Crew Reports, WWII » Page 32

Made 27 Jun 2012

Page 33

8th E-boat Flotilla, Haarlem

Source: Missing Air Crew Reports, WWII » Page 33

Made 27 Jun 2012

Page 26

ASN-36434003 T 43 A P

Source: Missing Air Crew Reports, WWII » Page 26

Made 27 Jun 2012

Page 25

91st Bomb Group, 324th Bomb Squadron, A/C B-17G [F?] 42-3506 Heights in feet with elevation details in vicinity of last sighting when MIA on 29 March 1944....

Source: Missing Air Crew Reports, WWII » Page 25

Made 27 Jun 2012

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All 10 crewmen of B-17F 42-3506 Sir Baboon McGoon were picked up and made POWs by Germans at 2125 aboard boat at point reported as 28nm on 300 degree radial...

Source: Missing Air Crew Reports, WWII » Page 24

Made 27 Jun 2012

Page 24

Location of last sighting reported for B-17F 42-3506 Sir Baboon McGoon, flown by Edgar C. Downing with Curtis W. Campbell as right waist gunner. They were...

Source: Missing Air Crew Reports, WWII » Page 24

Made 27 Jun 2012

Page 15

Mrs. Ted S. Faulkner, (wife), 318 Elm Street, Delhart, Texas [Dahlhart, TX?]

Source: Missing Air Crew Reports, WWII » Page 15

Made 04 Jun 2012

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