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Failed to return from Mission #165 to Vienna on December 11, 1944. R. Campbel, who was killed in the crash near Urschel (MACR # 10367). 44-10621 FUN HOUSE 44-10630 (726th ) Departed the USA on August 15, 1944, and was assigned to the group on August 30, 1944, to replace 42-50484. Listed MIA on November 16, 1944, with the crew of Jack Holtz. During the bomb run a bomb from a higher aircraft struck the aircraft. Two of the crew were killed in the accident. (MACR 9883). 44-10632 (725th ) Left the USA for Italy on August 8, 1944, and arrived at the group on August 11, 1944, to replace 4128816 SCRAPPY.
Electrical system was also damaged. The crew of Collins Byrn was unable to transfer fuel. Just west of Lake Balaton the #3 engine ran Iowan fuel, and the crew began bailing out. THE FLYING WOLF crashed near Biscopce (MACR # 10750). 42-78411 THE FLYING WOLF 42-78414 BOOTS AND HIS BUDDIES 54 451 st Bomb Group 42-78436 SHADY LADY 42-78414 BOOTS AND HIS BUDDIES aka DAM YANKEE (724th #20) Left the USA on July 8, 1944. Listed MIA on December 2, 1944, on Mission #158 to Blechhammer. The #1 hit by flak over the target.
The pilot, Robert Blair, ordered the crew to bailout, and he managed to fly the aircraft back to base. She was transferred to Depot 52 on July 13, 1944. 42-7720 ST. PETER'S FERRY (727TH) An original group aircraft that was flown overseas by William Stenning's Crew #55. Failed to return from Mission #24 to Ploesti on May 5, 1944. Was lead aircraft of the 1st attack unit when she was attacked by fighters before reaching the JP. Dropped out of formation and last seen heading towards Russian lines.
B-24 Liberators of the 15th Air Force 49th Bomb Wing in WWII