Dutch Airwar Studygroup 1939-1945

Loss Chart on: T3391

Day or Night of operationOperationTarget
10 Feb 44-Brunswick
FactoryAircraftMkSerial/Wnr.Call SignUnitAir ForceTO/tAirfield
BoeingB-17G42-31115388BG/562BSUSAAFKnettishall
TimeCause of the CrashCrash LocationDamageProvince
1320Badly hit by Flak near target. Exploded in mid-air on return'Hell's Belle' Crashed at Busch en Dam between Krommenie and Beverwijk Municipality UitgeestNoord-Holland
SourceMag / PageAdditional sources
Verliesregister 1939-1945 SGLO97Casualty Report by Jan Hey based on MACR 2348
FunctionMil RankIniNameHonMil regAir ForceCemeteryGraveRemark
Pilot1/Lt.J.R.FeeneyO-745659USAAFUSAInitially buried at Margraten
Co-Pilot2/Lt.S.C.GundyO-680438USAAFSurvivedpow
Navigator2/Lt.S.I.SimonO-801096USAAFSurvivedpow
Bombardier2/Lt.J.C.DiricksonO-670036USAAFSurvivedpow
EngineerT/Sgt.C.W.Ball15115176USAAFSurvivedpow
Radio OperatorT/Sgt.N.F.Kajut33279641USAAFMargratenG-16-26
Left Waist GunnerS/Sgt.M.B.Forbis16017805USAAFKolhorn
Right Waist GunnerS/Sgt.J.F.Smith32385039USAAFSurvivedpow
Ball Turret GunnerS/Sgt.W.J.Lennous35381277USAAFSurvivedpow
Tail GunnerS/Sgt.L.M.Le Fevre39255078USAAFMargratenL-7-18
PhotographerT/Sgt.O.O.Land34350062USAAFSurvivedpow
Data on those who were killed from: www.CWGC.org www.Volksbund.de www.abmc.gov Design SGLO(V.1000104)
© Dutch Airwar Studygroup 1939-1945 / Studiegroep Luchtoorlog 1939-1945 Last update October 2019
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