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This is the Lt Dewey G Barnes Jr. Of The 379th BG 524 BS. They completed 26 missions an many aircraft. They are standing by Aircraft # 42-29891"Dangerous Dan". At the time…

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 15 hours ago You

This is the Lt Fred W Barrett Crew of the 526th BS - 379th BG. This photo was taken in celebration of their 33rd and last mission. Their tour was over. Fred W Barrett 1st…

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 15 hours ago You

The Becker Crew flew most of their missions on board Aircraft # 42-107014 "Lucy"

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At the time of this photo the Crew was made up of these Airmen but Lt Bergland's crew varied over his tour: Kermit R Bergland 1st Lt Pilot John G Witvoet 2nd Lt Co-Pilot …

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The Bodi crew was assigned to the 526th BS Of the 379th BG and flew around 34 mission. Most of their missions were on board: 42-30720 the "Blue Blazzin' Blizzard". After another…

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Lt Joe L. Bradford Crew 525th BS of the 379th BG For the first half of their tour the Lt Bradford Crew was comprised of these Airmen. Joe L Bradford 2nd Lt …

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 16 hours ago You

First Assigned Air Combat Crew to the Powerful Katrinka. Ground Crew Chief S/Sgt John B. Sterling named the Aircraft after his wife and the name was also a popular cartoon…

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 3 · 28 Jan 2015 You

Standing from the left: Clarence W. Poethig (N), John G. Hamlin (P), James E. Petsche (CP), Elmer J. Armstrong (TT) Kneeling from the left: Boyce G. Nelson (RO), James E. Pitlick…

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 3 · 28 Jan 2015 You

According to the Journal of S/sgt Eugene O. Lescarbeau. The crew had chosen the Nose Art of "The Bouncing Bitch"

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 3 · 26 Dec 2014 You

T/Sgt Cimino flew the bulk of his missions with the Lt Vickers Crew 525th BS of the 379th BG: Charles L Vickers 1st Lt- Pilot Milton H Craven 2nd Lt- Co-Pilot Andrew …

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 31 Oct 2014 You

42-3048 "Big Bust" Assigned to the 524th BS Fuselage Code/ Call Sign WA-I This Aircraft arrived overseas ready for duty on 19 March 1943 first assigned to the…

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 19 Feb 2014 You

At the time of this photo the crew consisted of: Gordon C Montgomery 1st Lt - Bom Irving Brown T/Sg - RO/Gunner John W Collins 1st Lt - Nav Charles D Rafferty…

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 02 Aug 2013 You

At the time of this photo the crew consisted of: Richard L Billings 2nd Lt Bom Lloyd H Galloway S/Sgt BTG Ira L Rhodes 2nd Lt Pilot Shirley M Allen 2nd…

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 02 Aug 2013 You

At the time this Photo was taken the crew consisted of: James A Orr Lt Bom Weir J Spangle Jr. Lt Nav Fred C Roberts Lt Pilot Bernard J J Decker S/Sgt RO/Gunner James…

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 02 Aug 2013 You

This is the McClain Crew: James A Rainwater 2nd Lt Co-Pilot Harold E McClain Jr. 1st Lt Pilot Edward R Chapman 2nd Lt Bom Alfred E Smith S/ Sgt Togglier Alphonse A …

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 30 Dec 2012 You

Left to right. back row: Staff Sergeants John Eckenrode, OH, Radio Operator and Gunner; George Lalich, NY, Tail Gunner; Wm. M. Hardin, AL, Waist Gunner; Larry L. Buckman, TX,…

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 12 Jan 2012 You

Sorry to disagree with anyone but as noted in the Annotation, I think you have this aircraft confused with another aircraft with nose art of a similar name. 44-6111 was assigned…

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 26 Dec 2011 You

Close to 400 Airmen flew on the Swamp Fire. If you had a relative assigned to the 379th Bomb Group contact us and see if he or any of his crew ever flew on the Swamp fire. E-mail:…

Memorial Page: Swamp Fire · 31 Aug 2011 You

40 different crews flew "Swamp Fire". Close to 400 Airmen knew this ship and helped create her legacy. One of the fill-in crews was Lt. Donald Day's Crew. On 06 June 1944- Lt.…

Memorial Page: Swamp Fire · 23 Aug 2011 You

Swamp Fire was the first Heavy Bomber to reach 100 missions without an abort. For more info go to :http://sites.google.com/site/swampfiresite/home

Memorial Page: Swamp Fire · 17 Jul 2011 You