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					NUM   DATE        TYPE            SERIAL     UNIT                          MARKINGS
1     2/12/1943   Ju 87R-4        6334       Erg.St./StG 3
2     2/13/1943   He 111H-14      7948       8./KG 100                     6N+DN
3     3/7/1943    Hs 126          3070       Flugber.Lg.Kdo.H XVII
4     3/12/1943   Fi 156          5595       San.Flugber.7H
5     4/11/1943   He 46           403        Fl.Fu. Kroatien               VF+UC
6     5/18/1943   Ju 88A-5        5259       IV/LG 1
7     5/19/1943   Hs 126          3222       NASt. Kroatien
9     5/22/1943   He 46           331        StorkampfSt. Kroatien
8     5/22/1943   He 46           339        StorkampfSt. Kroatien
10    5/23/1943   Hs 126          3161       NASt Kroatien
11    5/24/1943   Ju 88A-4        4716       Kampf.G Kroatien
12    5/31/1943   He 46           12         StorkampfSt. Kroatien
13    6/4/1943    Ju 87D-1        2156       I/StG 151
14    6/9/1943    Do 17           2173       Einstz.Gr.Ju88
16    6/10/1943   He 46           394        StorkampfSt. Kroatien
15    6/10/1943   Ju 52 Mausi                4. /Minensuchgr.1
17    7/3/1943    Ju 88A-4                   Einsatz-Kampfgruppe Ju 88/General d. Fliegerausbildungs
18    7/3/1943    Ju 88A-4                   Einsatz-Kampfgruppe Ju 88/General d. Fliegerausbildungs
19    7/9/1943    DFS 230         12042      II/StG 151
20    7/13/1943   Fi 156          5779       Fl.Fu. Kroatien
21    7/15/1943   Hs 126          4338       Fl.Fu. Kroatien
22    7/16/1943   Fi 156          6346       Fl/Fu. Kroatien
23    7/18/1943   Ju 87D-3        196        I/SG 151
24    7/23/1943   Ju 87D-1        2141       I/SG 151
25    7/27/1943   He 46           33         StorkampfSt. Kroatien         CW+AW
28    8/1/1943    B-24D-CO        41-11840   343rd BS/98th BG              The Witch - 'P'
27    8/1/1943    B-24D-1-CO      41-23717   330th BS/93rd BG              'The Exterminator' - H
26    8/1/1943    B-24D-20-CO     41-24121   330th BS/93rd BG              'Let 'er Rip' - 'J'
29    8/1/1943    B-24D-53-CO     42-40364   98th BG                       'Snowhite and Seven Dwarves' - Y
30    8/4/1943    Ju 87D-3        1206       II/StG 151
31    8/5/1943    Ju87D-1         2239       8./StG 151
32    8/10/1943   Do 17Z          3478       15. /KG 53
33    8/10/1943   He 46                      Storkampf.St. Kroatien
34    8/10/1943   W 34                       Verb.St 58
35    8/12/1943   Ju 52/3m        7547       II/TG 4
37    8/16/1943   Ju 87D-3        23         IV/StG 151
36    8/16/1943   Ju 87D-3        2748       III/StG 151
38    8/20/1943   Ju 87           5291       III/StG 151
39    8/22/1943   Ju 87D-3 Trop   312        I/StG 3
41    8/23/1943   Ju 87D-3        2273       IV/StG 151
40    8/23/1943   Ju 87D-3        2401       IV/StG 151
43    8/29/1943   He 46           732        StorkampfSt. Kroatien
42    8/29/1943   DFS 230         127234     1./DFS230 St.
44    8/31/1943   He 46           510        Storkampf.St. Kroatien
45    9/6/1943    FI 156          1097       NASt. Kroatien
46    9/9/1943    Hs 126B-1       3255       NASt. Kroatien
48    9/14/1943   Ju 87D-1        2484       II/StG 151
47    9/14/1943   Do 17 Z         2673       15. /KG 53
49    9/15/1943   Ju87D-3         2966       I/StG 151
50    9/16/1943   Ju87D-3         2405       I/StG 151
51    9/21/1943   Ju 87           5705       IV/StG 151
52    9/23/1943   Hs 126          3317       NASt. Kroatien
54    9/24/1943    Ju 87D-3             1135         III/StG 151
53    9/24/1943    Ju 87D-1             2422         II/StG 151
56    9/25/1943    He 46                882          StorkampfSt. Kroatien
55    9/25/1943    Hs 126               3409         NASt. Kroatien
57    9/26/1943    DFS 230              221260       Verb. Kdo.(S) 1
59    9/27/1943    He 45                848          Verb. Kdo.(S) 1         H4+LZ
58    9/27/1943    Ju 52/3m             6512         II/TG4
60    9/27/1943    DFS 230              127233       Verb. Kdo.(S) 1
62    10/13/1943   Bf 109G-6            15635        1./NAGr.12
61    10/13/1943   Bf 109G-6            15748        1./NAGr.12
63    10/17/1943   Ju 87D-3             10363        II/StG 151
64    10/18/1943                         Lightning
                   Lockheed P-38G-15-LO43-2552       97th FS/82nd FG
65    10/19/1943   Marauder I           FK127        No 14 Sqn               K
68    10/21/1943   Ju 87D-3             5            III/SG 151              6Q+EA
66    10/21/1943   Ju 87D-3             1038         III/SG 151
67    10/21/1943   Ju 87D-3             1101         III/SG 151              6Q+EE
69    10/21/1943   Ju 87D-3             2333         III/SG 151
70    10/21/1943   Ju 87D-3             100400       III/SG 151
73    10/23/1943   Ju 52/3m             7616         II/TG 4                 G6+LS
71    10/23/1943   Re.2002                           5. Stormo
72    10/23/1943   Re.2002                           5. Stormo
74    10/25/1943                         Lightning
                   Lockheed P-38G-13-LO43-2354       97th FS/82nd FG
75    10/28/1943   Ju 87D-3 Trop        1395         III/SG 151
76    10/29/1943   W 34                 2817         Verb.St.58              DA+KL
78    11/1/1943    Do 24T-3             44           7 Seenostaffel
79    11/1/1943    Do 24T-3             991          7 Seenostaffel
80    11/1/1943    Ju 52/3m             3224         II/TG 4
77    11/1/1943    Bf 109G-6            20641        11./JG 27
81    11/4/1943    Liberator            AL509        No 148 Sqn              Y
82    11/6/1943    Curtiss P-40F Warhawk41-14220     65FS/57th FG
84    11/6/1943    Curtiss P-40F Warhawk41-14235     65FS/57th FG
83    11/6/1943                         41-14578
                   Curtiss P-40F-10-CU Warhawk       65FS/57th FG
85    11/7/1943    Hs 126               3371         2./NSGr.7
86    11/12/1943   Hs 126               3297
87    11/12/1943   Hs 126               4003
88    11/12/1943                        41-14569
                   Curtiss P-40F-10-CU Warhawk       65FS/57th FG            52
89    11/14/1943   Ju 87D-3             8087         8./SG 151
90    11/14/1943   Spitfire Mk Vc       JK401        No 4 Sqn SAAF
91    11/18/1943   Ar 196A-3            100430       SAGr 126
92    11/19/1943   Mc.202                            21. Gruppo C T
93    11/21/1943   Hs 126               4297         2./NSGr.7
94    11/22/1943   Ju 52/3m             6482         III/TG 2
95    11/24/1943   B-24J-15-CO          42-73137     376th BG
96    11/26/1943   Ju 87D-3             1177         III/SG 151
97    11/28/1943                        42-10453
                   Curtiss P-40L-1-CU Warhawk        64FS/57th FG
100   11/29/1943   Fi 156               110339       Verb.St.58
99    11/29/1943   Spitfire Mk Vc       JK387        No 2 Sqn (SAAF)         DB-F
98    11/29/1943   Spitfire Mk Vc       MA328        No 2 Sqn (SAAF)         DB-A
101   11/30/1943   Ju 52/3m             3054         II/TG 4
102   12/3/1943    Hs 126               3038         2./NSGr.7               GE+AR
103   12/3/1943    Ju 52/3m             10138        II/TG4
104   12/4/1943    Ju 87D-1             2244         13./SG 151
105   12/6/1943    Bf 109G              140307       IV/JG 27
106    12/8/1943    Bf 109F              140325         IV/JG 27
108    12/13/1943   Bf 109G-6            140226         IV/JG 27
107    12/13/1943   Ju 88A-4             550465         I/LG 1
109    12/14/1943   Cr.42                977            Kroatien Legion
110    12/15/1943   Bf 109G-8            20671          2./NAGr.12
111    12/16/1943   Bf 109G                             JG27
112    12/16/1943   Bf 109G                             JG27
113    12/17/1943   Bf 109G              20618          St.IV/JG27
114    12/17/1943   Bf 109G                             St.IV/JG27
115    12/19/1943   Cant.1007            24818          1(Kroat).St
116    12/21/1943                        41-14465
                    CurtissP-40F-10-CU Warhawk          66th FS/57th FG
117    12/22/1943   Bf 109G-6            760004         10./JG27
118    12/26/1943   Ju 88A-4             300382         I/LG 1
119    1/1/1944     He 46                               1./NSGr.7
120    1/7/1944                           Lightning
                    Lockheed P-38G-10-LO42-13370        71st FS/1st FG
121    1/7/1944     P-38                                94th FS/1st FG
122    1/7/1944     P-38                                94th FS/1st FG
124    1/8/1944                           Lightning
                    Lockheed P-38G-10-LO42-13201        96th FS/82nd BG     BA
123    1/8/1944     B-25C-15             42-32450       321st BG
125    1/10/1944    P-47D-10-RE          42-75006       319th FS/325th FG
126    1/12/1944    Spitfire             JF510          No 241 Sqn
127    1/14/1944    B-24H-1-DT           41-28606       718th BS/449th BG   'White Fang', #32
128    1/14/1944                          Lightning
                    Lockheed P-38G-15-LO43-2436         97th FS/82nd FG
129    1/14/1944                          Lightning,
                    Lockheed P-38G-15-LO43-2556         97th FS/82nd FG
130    1/15/1944    Ju 52/3m             640610         Lufthansa           D-ADQW
131    1/16/1944    Bf 109G-6            160699         7./JG53             White 8 + |
133    1/16/1944    Bf 109G-6            161013         7./JG53             White 5 + |
132    1/16/1944    Bf 109G-6            161028         7./JG53             White 11 + |
       1/16/1944                          Lightning
                    Lockheed P-38G-10-LO42-13365        37FS/14FG
       1/16/1944                          Lightning
                    Lockheed P-38G-10-LO42-13366        48FS/14FG
       1/16/1944                          Lightning
                    Lockheed P-38G-15-LO43-2472         37FS/14FG
134    1/21/1944                         41-14540
                    Curtiss P-40F-10-CU Warhawk         66th FS/57th FG
135    1/23/1944    Wellington X         LN333          No 104 Sqn          B
136    1/23/1944    Wellington X         LP118          No 150 Sqn
138    1/24/1944    B 17F-105-BO         42-30490       352nd BS/301st BG
137    1/24/1944    B-17F-45-BO          42-5340        347th BS/99th BG
139    1/24/1944                         Lightning
                    Lockheed P-38F-15-LO 43-2123        96th FS/82nd FG     BC
140    1/24/1944                          Lightning
                    Lockheed P-38G-15-LO43-2501         97th FS/82nd FG     CO
141    1/30/1944                         42-75637
                    Republic P-47D-15-RE Thunderbolt    65th FS/57th FG
142    1/30/1944    Kittyhawk IV         FT954          No 450 Sqn
143    1/31/1944    B-17F-60-BO          42-29608       96th BS/2nd BG
144    2/1/1944     Wellington X         LN345          No 104 Sqn          M
145    2/4/1944     Ju 87                               4./SG 151
146    2/11/1944    Halifax II           JN959          No 148 Sqn          N
147    2/14/1944    Spitfire Mk VIII     JF344          No 32 Sqn
148    2/16/1944    Kittyhawk IV         FX613          No 5 Sqn (SAAF)
149    2/22/1944    B-17G-20-BO          42-31522       416th BG/99th BG    'Spoofer'
150    2/22/1944    B-24H-10-FO          42-52161       723rd BS/450th BG   'Gremlin Gus'
       2/22/1944                         42-75799
                    Republic P-47D-15-RE Thunderbolt.   319FS/325FG
151    2/23/1944    B-24H-10-FO          42-52273       515th BG/376th BG   #92
152    2/23/1944    Kittyhawk IV         FX542          No 450 Sqn
153    2/24/1944    B-17F-25-BO          41-24618       49th BS/2nd BG      'Lil Jo'
1051   2/25/1944    B-24H                41-28699       454BG/739BS         Who Nose
157    2/25/1944   B-24H-5-CF           41-29214      716th BS/449th BG   Sophisticated Lady, #53
162    2/25/1944   B-24H-5-CF           41-29244      725th BS/451st BG   Double Trouble
       2/25/1944                         Lightning,
                   Lockheed P-38G-10-LO42-13211       95FS/82FG
156    2/25/1944   B-17G-25-BO          42-31703      353rd BS/301st BG
160    2/25/1944   B-24H-10-FO          42-52167      725th BS/451st BG   Willie Wee
161    2/25/1944   B-24H-10-FO          42-52168      725th BS/451st BG   The Citadel
1052   2/25/1944   B-24J                42-52242      454BG/736BS         Delayed Action
158    2/25/1944                        42-64443      720th BS/450th BG
159    2/25/1944   B-24H-5-FO           42-7746       722nd BS/450th BG
155    2/25/1944   B-17G-15-VE          42-97526      353rd BS/301st BG
154    2/25/1944   P-38                               1st FG
163    2/28/1944   B-24L-10-FO          44-49539      726th BS/451st BG
164    2/28/1944   Spitfire Mk IX       MA808         No 32 Sqn
165    3/2/1944    Spitfire LF.IX       EN582         No 73 Sqn
168    3/3/1944    Spitfire Mk Vc       JG783         No 73 Sqn
167    3/3/1944    Spitfire Mk IX       MA802         No 32 Sqn
166    3/3/1944    P-51                               100th FS/332nd FG
169    3/4/1944    Mosquito             LR471         No 60 SAAF
170    3/7/1944    Spitfire Mk IX       LZ992         No 1435 Sqn         D
171    3/7/1944    Spitfire Mk IX       MA474         No 1435 Sqn         F
172    3/11/1944   B-17G-15-BO          42-31429      429th BS/2nd BG
173    3/15/1944   Kittyhawk IV         FX944         No 450 Sqn RAAF
174    3/16/1944   Spitfire Mk Vc       LZ930         No 80 Sqn
       3/17/1944                         Lightning
                   Lockheed P-38G-10-LO42-13234       49FS/14FG
175    3/17/1944   B-17F-35-VE          42-5937       32th BS/301st BG
176    3/17/1944   B-24H-1-FO           42-7697       720th BS/450th BG   'Impatient Virgin'
177    3/17/1944   Spitfire Mk VIII     JF326         No 241 Sqn
179    3/18/1944   Bf 109G              162215        1./JG53             White 6
181    3/18/1944   Bf 109G              162267        1./JG53             White 18
180    3/18/1944   Bf 109G              162278        1./JG53             White 16
182    3/18/1944   Bf 109G-6            162323        2./JG53             Black 6
178    3/18/1944   Bf 109G              162400        1./JG53             White 4
186    3/18/1944   B-17F-60-BO          42-29584      429th BS/2nd BG     'Sad Sack'
184    3/18/1944   B-17G-20-BO          42-31472      414th BS/97th BG
185    3/18/1944   B-17G-25-BO          42-31644      414th BS/97th BG
183    3/18/1944   B 17G-30-BO          42-31749      20th BS/2nd BG
       3/18/1944                        42-75736
                   Republic P-47D-15-RE Thunderbolt   317FS/325FG
       3/18/1944                        42-75742
                   Republic P-47D-15-RE Thunderbolt   325FG
187    3/19/1944   Bf 109G-6            162212        3./JG77             Yellow 10
192    3/19/1944   B-17F-5-BO           41-24405      96th BS/2nd BG      'Dark Eyes'
191    3/19/1944   B-24H-15-FO          42-52314      739th BS/454th BG
193    3/19/1944   Spitfire LF.IXc      MJ196         No 2 Sqn (SAAF)
188    3/19/1944   B-17                               463rd BG
189    3/19/1944   B-24H-10-FO                        736th BS/454th BG
190    3/19/1944   B-24                               738th BS/454th BG
196    3/22/1944   Kittyhawk            FR681         No 112 Sqn          GA-M
194    3/22/1944   Ju 88                              LG1 ?
195    3/22/1944   Ju 88                              LG1 ?
197    3/24/1944   B-17F-100-BO         42-30405      414th BS/97th BG
198    3/24/1944   B-24H-1-FO           42-7623       717th BS/449th BG   'Thunderbay Babe'
199    3/26/1944   Bf 109G              162357        2./JG53             Black 5
200    3/26/1944   Bf 109G              162371        2./JG53             Black 11
201    3/26/1944   Bf 109G              162562        2./JG53             Black 15
202   3/28/1944   P-38H-5-LO          42-67093 ?   154th TRG
203   3/29/1944   Kittyhawk IV        FX574        No 5 Sqn (SAAF)
205   4/2/1944    Bf 109G-6           160083       1.JG53              White 3
204   4/2/1944    Bf 109G-6           162277       1./JG53             White 15
206   4/2/1944    Bf 109G             162571       2./JG 53            Black 16
207   4/2/1944    Bf 109G             16240?       3./JG 53            Yellow 4
214   4/2/1944    B-24H-10-DT         41-28698     460th BG
216   4/2/1944    B-24H-10-CF         41-29268     461st BG            'Tour Jour Guy', #52
213   4/2/1944    B-24H-15-CF         41-29336     451st BG
219   4/2/1944    B-24H-15-CF         41-29407     742nd BG/455th BG
212   4/2/1944    B-17G-35-BO         42-32062     416th BS/99th BG
210   4/2/1944    B-17F–40-DL         42-3244      414th BG/97th BG    'Widow maker'
217   4/2/1944    B-24D-125-CO        42-41031     513th BS/376th BG   'Daisy Mae' - #43
220   4/2/1944    B-24H-10-FO         42-52276     744th BS/456th BG   'Miss Zeke'
215   4/2/1944    B-24H-15-FO         42-52388     461st BG            'Our baby', #62
211   4/2/1944    B-24J-45-CO         42-73423?    415th BG/98th BG    'Maggie's Drawers'
218   4/2/1944    B-24G-5-NT          42-78085     513th BS/376th BG
221   4/2/1944    Spitfire LF.IX      EN552        No 32 Sqn
208   4/2/1944    Bf 109G-6                        3./JG53
209   4/2/1944    B-24                             345th BS/98th BG
222   4/3/1944    B-17F-100-BO        42-30381     341st BS/97th BG    'Little Red Head'
224   4/3/1944    B-17G-20-BO         42-31465     49th BS/2nd BG
223   4/3/1944    B-17G-10-VE         42-39986     352nd BS/301st BG
226   4/3/1944    Wellington X        LN976        No 37 Sqn
225   4/3/1944    Cant Z.1007                      88 Gruppo
227   4/4/1944    B-24H-10-CF         42-64495     737th BS/454th BG   'Star Dust'
228   4/5/1944    P-38F-13-LO         43-2180      48th FS/14th FG
229   4/5/1944    B-24                             756th BS/459th BG
231   4/6/1944    Bf 109G-6           162287       3./JG 77            Yellow 3
234   4/6/1944                         Lightning
                  Lockheed P-38G-10-LO42-13228     95th FS/82th FG
232   4/6/1944    B-17G-30-BO         42-31790     774th BS/463rd BG
233   4/6/1944    B-17G-30-BO         42-31831     775th BS/463rd BG   'Banshee'
      4/6/1944                        42-67070
                  Lockheed P-38H-5-LO Lightning    71FS/1FG
230   4/6/1944    Bf 109G-6                        2./JG 77
235   4/7/1944    Bf 109G                          NAGr.12
237   4/8/1944    Wellington X        LP139        No 70 Sqn           B
236   4/8/1944    Ju 52 ?
238   4/9/1944    Cr.42?                           2./NSGr.7
239   4/11/1944   Mc.205                           4. Stormo C.T.
240   4/12/1944   B-24H-5-DT          41-28647     719th BS/449th BG   'Dragon lady 2'
241   4/12/1944   B-24H-10-DT         41-28740     725th BS/451st BG   'Yoda'
242   4/12/1944   B-24                             756th BS/459th BG   'Texas Lassie'
245   4/13/1944   B-24H-15-FO         42-52409     764th BS/461st BG
244   4/13/1944   B-17G-45-BO         42-97346     20th BS/2nd BG
246   4/13/1944   Wellington X        LP177        No 40 Sqn           X
243   4/13/1944   P-38                             48FS/14th FG
251   4/15/1944   Me 323E-2           1293         I/TG 5              C8+BE
248   4/15/1944   B-24H-20-DT         41-28961     759th BS/459th BG
247   4/15/1944   B-17F-20-VE         42-5786      347th BS/99th BG    'Whizzer II'
250   4/15/1944   B-17G-25-VE         42-97663     840th BS/483rd BG
252   4/15/1944   Wellington X        LN562        No 40 Sqn           C
249   4/15/1944   B-24                             761st BS/460th BG
259   4/16/1944   Me 323E-2           130030       I/TG 5              C8+HF
260   4/16/1944   Me 323E-2            130045                II/TG 5             C8+ER
254   4/16/1944                        42-22869
                  Republic P-47D-11-RA Thunderbolt           317FS/325th FG
257   4/16/1944   B-17F-10-DL          42-2979               815th BS/483rd BG
255   4/16/1944   B-17G-35-BO          42-32065              346th BS/99th BG    'El Diablo'
256   4/16/1944   B-24H-15-FO          42-52395              767th BS/461st BG   'Little Jesus', #60
258   4/16/1944   B-17G-20-VE          42-97581              96th BS/2nd BG
253   4/16/1944   P-51B-5              43-6459               309th FS/31st FG
264   4/17/1944   Ju 52/3m             640996                Lufthansa           D-AOCA
262   4/17/1944   B-24H-5-CF           41-29220              451st BG
261   4/17/1944                        Lightning
                  Lockheed P-38J-15-LO 42-104103             94FS/1st FG
263   4/17/1944                         Lightning
                  Lockheed P-38G-13-LO43-2343                95th FS/82nd FG
266   4/17/1944   Spitfire Mk IX       JL251                 No 32 Sqn
267   4/17/1944   Spitfire Mk Vc       JL350                 No 73 Sqn
265   4/17/1944   Wellington X         LN503                 No 142 Sqn          F
      4/20/1944                         Lightning
                  Lockheed P-38G-10-LO42-13460 named Barfly94FS/1st FG
271   4/21/1944   B-24H-15-DT          41-28936              760th BS/460th BG
269   4/21/1944   B-24H-15-FO          42-52345              745th BS/456th BG   'Flying Flivver'
268   4/21/1944   B-24G-10-NT          42-78169              454th BG
270   4/21/1944   B-24J-15-CF          42-99772              747th BS/456th BG
279   4/23/1944   B-24H-10-DT          41-28724              767th BS/461st BG   'Jizzy Outch', #71
278   4/23/1944   B-24H-10-CF          41-29324 ?            763rd BS/460th BG
275   4/23/1944   B-24H-10-CF          41-29326 ?            460th BG
276   4/23/1944   B-24H-15-CF          41-29435              514th BS/376th BG   #61
274   4/23/1944   P-51                 42-106542             308th FS/31st FG
277   4/23/1944   B-24H-10-CF          42-64461              718th BS/449th BG   #21
280   4/23/1944   B-17G-20-VE          42-97585              97th BG
272   4/23/1944   Fi 156
273   4/23/1944   Ju 87
281   4/24/1944   B-24H-5-CF           41-29199              727th BS/451st BG   'Big Boober Girl'
282   4/24/1944   B-17G-15-BO          42-31390              96th BS/2nd BG
284   4/24/1944   Spitfire Mk Vc       EF630                 No 73 Sqn
283   4/24/1944   Kittyhawk IV         FX635                 No 250 Sqn
286   5/3/1944    Hurricane IV         KX805                 No 6 Sqn            J
285   5/3/1944    Spitfire Mk IX       MA712                 No 32 Sqn
287   5/4/1944    Spitfire                                   No 253 Sqn
      5/5/1944                         Lightning
                  Lockheed P-38J-15-LO 42-104414             96FS/82FG
288   5/5/1944    B-24H-10-FO          42-52149              718th BS/449th BG   'Big Nose From Kentacky', #26
292   5/6/1944    B-17G-35             42-32022              96th BS/2nd BG      'Lonesome Polcat'
291   5/6/1944    B-24H-10-FO          42-52282              742nd BS/455th BG   'The Cowtown Blondie'
290   5/6/1944    B-24H-15-FO          42-52307              459th BG
289   5/6/1944                         42-75735              45
                  Republic P-47D-15-RE Thunderbolt, numbered 318th FS/325th FG   #45
294   5/7/1944    B-24H-15-CF          41-29436              736th BS/454th BG
295   5/7/1944    B-24H-15-CF          41-29592              738th BS/454th BG
293   5/7/1944    B-17                 42-102406
296   5/7/1944    B-24J-45-CO          42-73434              98th BG
297   5/7/1944    Wellington X         LN804                 No 40 Sqn           T
304   5/10/1944   B-17                 42-31826              774th BS/463rd BG
301   5/10/1944   B-24H-15-FO          42-52416              762nd BS/460th BG
300   5/10/1944   B-24H-10-CF          42-64492              745th BS/456th BG   'Curly Top'
299   5/10/1944   B-24H-15-FO          42-94753              725th BS/451st BG
302   5/10/1944   B-17G-20-VE          42-97547              772nd BS/463rd BG   'Princess Elizabeth'
303   5/10/1944   B-17G-20-VE          42-97576              772nd BS/463rd BG
305   5/10/1944                        Lightning
                  Lockheed P-38J-15-LO 43-28252              94th FS/1st FG      #89
298   5/10/1944   P-38                                 37th FS/14th FG
307   5/11/1944   Spitfire Mk Vc       EF740           No 253 Sqn
306   5/11/1944   Liberator VI         EW140           No 178 Sqn
308   5/13/1944   Bf 109G                              2./NAGr.12
310   5/14/1944   Spitfire Mk Vc       JK146 ?         No 73 Sqn
309   5/14/1944   Spitfire LF.IXc      MJ727           No 4 Sqn (SAAF)
311   5/15/1944   Spitfire Mk Vc       JK785           No 253 Sqn
312   5/17/1944   Hurricane IV RP      LB683           No 6 Sqn            Y
315   5/18/1944   B-24H-5-CF           41-29246        738th BS/454th BG   'Miss Polly'
317   5/18/1944   B-24H                41-29576        758th BS/459th BG
313   5/18/1944   B-17G-35-DL          42-106991       347th BG/99th BG
314   5/18/1944   B-24H-10-FO          42-52170        717th BS/449th BG   Old Ironsides
316   5/18/1944   B-24H-15-FO          42-52351        756th BS/459th BG
318   5/18/1944   B-24H-15-FO          42-52355        763rd BS/460th BG
319   5/19/1944   Spitfire                             No 253 Sqn
320   5/22/1944   Spitfire Mk IX       MH593 ?         No 253 Sqn
322   5/23/1944   Hurricane IV         KZ381           No 6 Sqn            N
321   5/23/1944   Hurricane IV         LB997           No 6 Sqn            X
326   5/24/1944   B-24H-1-DT           41-28618        721st BS/450th BG
323   5/24/1944   P-51                 42-106595       309FS /31st FG
324   5/24/1944   B-17F-90-BO          42-30169        341st BS/97th BG    'Lady Luck'
325   5/24/1944   B-17G-15-BO          42-31392        414th BS/97th BG    Our Baby
      5/25/1944                        42-75659
                  Republic P-47D-15-RE Thunderbolt     66FS/57FG
327   5/25/1944   Hs 126
328   5/25/1944   Hs 126
329   5/25/1944   Hs 126
330   5/25/1944   Hs 126
332   5/26/1944   Spitfire Mk Vc       JG800           No 73 Sqn           E
331   5/26/1944   Spitfire Mk Vc       JK605           No 73 Sqn
333   5/27/1944   Spitfire                             No 253 Sqn
336   5/28/1944   Spitfire Mk Vc       EE804           No 73 Sqn
335   5/28/1944   Spitfire             EF706 ?         No 253 Sqn
334   5/28/1944   Do 17E
338   5/29/1944   Bf 109G-6            163188          6./JG77             Yellow 10+-
      5/29/1944                         Lightning
                  Lockheed P-38J-15-LO 42-104048       96FS/82FG
      5/29/1944                         Lightning,
                  Lockheed P-38G-10-LO42-13205         97FS/82FG
339   5/29/1944   B-24                 42-52540        776th BS/464th BG
340   5/29/1944   B-24G-10-NT          42-78257        777th BS/464th BG   'Dollar Ride'
337   5/29/1944   B-17G-20-VE          42-97580        353rd BS/301st BG
      5/29/1944                         Lightning
                  Lockheed P-38G-13-LO43-2352          97FS/82FG
      5/29/1944                         Lightning
                  Lockheed P-38J-15-LO 43-28275        48FS/14FG
341   5/30/1944   B-24H-15-CF          41-29356        781st BS/465th BG
344   5/31/1944   B-24H-5-DT           41-28685        765th BS/461st BG   'Leading Lady'
345   5/31/1944   B-24H-15-FO          42-52453        781st BS/465th BG
343   5/31/1944   B-24G-5-NT           42-78103        764th BS/461st BG   Red Ryder
342   5/31/1944                        43-24879
                  North American P-51B-15-NA Mustang   5FS/52nd FG         VF-G
346   5/31/1944   Halifax II           JD172           No 148 Sqn          V
347   6/2/1944    B-24H-15-CF          41-29361        464th BG            'Mismysleepsak'
348   6/2/1944    Spitfire                             No 253 Sqn
      6/2/1944    P-51                                 2FS/52FG
349   6/3/1944    Baltimore V          FW331           No 223 Sqn          B
350   6/4/1944    Bf 109G                              2./NAGr.12
354   6/6/1944    B-17G-30-BO          42-38114        772th BS/463rd BG
355   6/6/1944    B-24H-15-FO          42-52505       781st BS/465th BG
353   6/6/1944    B-24H-5-FO           42-7757        724th BS/451st BG
352   6/6/1944    B-24G-5-NT           42-78075       515th BS/376th BG
356   6/6/1944    Spitfire Mk Vc       JK114          No 253 Sqn
358   6/6/1944    Spitfire Mk Vc       JK454          No 73 Sqn
357   6/6/1944    Spitfire                            No 253 Sqn
351   6/6/1944    B-24                                415th BS/98th BG
359   6/10/1944                        Lightning
                  Lockheed P-38J-15-LO 42-104330      27th FS/1st FG
      6/10/1944                        Lightning
                  Lockheed P-38J-15-LO 43-28704       71st FS/1st FG
360   6/10/1944                        Lightning
                  Lockheed P-38J-15-LO 43-28772       71st FS/1st FG
361   6/10/1944                        Lightning
                  Lockheed P-38J-15-LO 43-28808       95th FS/82th FG
363   6/11/1944   B-24H-15-FO          42-52458       764th BS/461st BG    Chippiedall, #13
362   6/11/1944   Bf 109G
365   6/13/1944   B-17G-30-BO          42-31770       773rd BS/463re BG    'The Skylark'
364   6/13/1944   B-24G-10--NT         42-78234       720th BS/450th BG    'Babe in Arms'
366   6/14/1944   Me 410               120019         2./ZG 76             M8+8 (black)
368   6/14/1944   Me 410               470116         4./ZG 76             M8+17 (white)
370   6/14/1944   B-17                 41-31770       777th BS/463rd BG
369   6/14/1944   B-17G-20-BO          42-31527       429th BS/2nd BG      Brown Nose, #527
367   6/14/1944   P-51B-5              43-7074        307th FS/31st FG
371   6/16/1944   B-17G-30-DL          42-38089       49th BS/2nd BG
372   6/16/1944   B-24                 42-95357       738th BS/454th BG
375   6/16/1944   B-24H-30-FO          42-95382       777th BS/464th BG    'Repulsive Raider II'
374   6/16/1944   B-24J-165-CO         44-40493       746th BS/456th BG
376   6/16/1944   Wellington X         HF524          N0 37 Sqn            H
377   6/16/1944   Spitfire Mk Vc       JK279          No 253 Sqn
378   6/16/1944   Spitfire Mk Vc       JK454          No 32 Sqn
379   6/16/1944   Beaufighter X        LZ486          No 39 Sqn            X
373   6/16/1944   B-24                                741st BS/455th BG
380   6/23/1944   B-24H-15-CF          41-29530       724th BS/451th BG
      6/23/1944                        42-103590
                  North American P-51C-5-NT Mustang   5FS/52FG
381   6/23/1944   B-24                                829th BS/485th BG
383   6/26/1944   B-24H-5-CF           41-29253       724th BS/451st BG    'Easy Do It'
384   6/26/1944   B-24H-5-CF           42-64450       727th BS/451th BG    'Bodacious Critter'
382   6/26/1944   B-24H-5-FO           42-7737        716th BS/449th BG    'Miss Lee Ding', #75
386   6/26/1944   Spitfire Mk Vc       ER914          No 73 Sqn
385   6/26/1944   B-24                                830th BS/485th BG
387   6/27/1944   Spitfire Mk Vc       ES342          No 73 Sqn
389   6/29/1944   Spitfire Mk Vc       JL193          No 73 Sqn
388   6/29/1944   Halifax              JN942          No 614 Sqn
390   6/30/1944   Bf 109G              26066          1./JG4               White 7
392   6/30/1944   Bf 109G              162760         4./JG4               Red 3
391   6/30/1944   Bf 109G              163579         3./JG4               Yellow 8
393   6/30/1944   B 17F-35-VE          42-5944        419th BS/301st BG
394   6/30/1944   B-24                                783rd BS/ 465th BG
397   7/1/1944    Wellington X         LN744          No 40 Sqn            N
395   7/1/1944    Wellington X         LP131          No 104 Sqn           L
398   7/1/1944    Wellington X         LP497          No 40 Sqn            A
396   7/1/1944    Wellington X         MF137          No 104 Sqn           H
401   7/2/1944    B-17F-85-BO          42-30056       342th BS/97th BG     #056
402   7/2/1944    B 17G-35-BO          42-31998       347th BS/99th BG     'Baraz Twins'
403   7/2/1944    B-17G-35-BO          42-32103       419th BS/301st BG
404   7/2/1944    B-24J-15-CO          42-73140 ?     512th BS/376th BG
400   7/2/1944    P-51B-5              43-6746     334th FS/4th FG     QP-X
399   7/2/1944    P-51                             2nd FS/52nd FG
407   7/3/1944    B-24H-10-C           41-29289    764th BS/461st BG   Battle Crate - #5
406   7/3/1944    B-24J-15-CF          42-99754    725th BS/451st BG   'Nancy Lee'
405   7/3/1944                         Lightning
                  Lockheed P-38J-15-LO 44-23183    49th FS/14th FG
408   7/3/1944    Wellington X         LP253       No 40 Sqn           C
409   7/3/1944    Wellington X         LP348       No 70 Sqn           V
410   7/4/1944    B-24H-25-DT          42-51177    722th BS/450th BG
411   7/4/1944    Halifax              JP179       No 148 Sqn
413   7/4/1944    Halifax              JP247       No 148 Sqn
412   7/4/1944    Halifax              JP292       No 148 Sqn
414   7/6/1944    B-17G-30-BO          42-31848    429th BS/2nd BG
415   7/6/1944    Spitfire Mk Vc       ES299       No 249 Sqn
416   7/6/1944    Spitfire MkV         JK427       No 253 Sqn
419   7/7/1944    B-17G-60-BO          42-102889   774th BS/463rd BG
420   7/7/1944    B-24G-10-NT          42-78241    777th BS/464th BG   'Death of Me Yet'
417   7/7/1944    B-24                 42-94808    724th BS/451st BG   'Jesse James' - #20
421   7/7/1944    Liberator VI         EV822       No 178 Sqn
422   7/7/1944    Hurricane IV         KX804       No 6 Sqn            M
423   7/7/1944    Wellington X         LP130       No 70 Sqn           D
418   7/7/1944    B-24                             761st BS/460th BG
426   7/8/1944    B-17G-30-BO          42-31813    774th BS/463rd BG
425   7/8/1944    B-24H-25-FO          42-95281    760th BS/460th BG
424   7/8/1944    P-51                             2nd FS/52nd FG
429   7/9/1944    B-17G-35-DL          42-107166   815th BS/483rd BG
428   7/9/1944    B-24H-25-FO          42-78341    718th BS/449th BG   Th' Inhoomin' Critter
427   7/9/1944    B-24                             415th BS/98th BG    'Never a Dull Moment'
430   7/10/1944   Spitfire Mk Vc       JK519       No 73 Sqn           W
431   7/14/1944   B-24G-10-NT          42-78208    726th BS/451st BG   'Lucky Bucky'
434   7/14/1944   Spitfire Mk Vc       ER550       No 73 Sqn
432   7/14/1944   Wellington X         LP502       No 37 Sqn
433   7/14/1944   Beaufighter X        LZ480       No 39 Sqn           O
440   7/15/1944   B-24H-25-CF          42-50408    776th BS/464th BG
436   7/15/1944   B-24J-155-CO         42-64354    717th BS/449th BG   'Peerless Clipper'
441   7/15/1944   B-24H-10-CF          42-64488    783rd BS/454th BG   'Penny C'
437   7/15/1944   B-24G-10-NT          42-78275    745th BS/456th BG
438   7/15/1944   B-24G-15-NT          42-78323    758th BS/459th BG
439   7/15/1944   B-24H-25-FO          42-95256    763rd BS/460th BG
435   7/15/1944   B-24H-30-FO          42-95325    455th BG
442   7/15/1944   B-17G-25-VE          42-97653    840th BS/483rd BG
444   7/15/1944   Hurricane IV         KZ574       No 6 Sqn            F
443   7/15/1944   Spitfire Mk V        LZ882       No 249 Sqn
448   7/16/1944   B-24H-15-FO          42-52383    762nd BS/460th BG   C
446   7/16/1944   B-17G-35-VE          42-97909    348th BS/99th BG
445   7/16/1944   B-17G-50-DL          44-6258     341st BS/97th BG
451   7/16/1944   Mustang III          FB313       No 213 Sqn
450   7/16/1944   Mustang III          FB316       No 213 Sqn
449   7/16/1944   Wellington X         HF736       No 150 Sqn
452   7/16/1944   C-47A-15DK           KG 472      No 267 Sqn
453   7/16/1944   Wellington X         LP118       No 40 Sqn           P
447   7/16/1944   Mc.202                           5. Stormo
454   7/18/1944   Hurricane IV         KZ404       No 6 Sqn            D
455   7/19/1944   B-24G-15-NT          42-78339    464th BG            Little One
456   7/19/1944   Beaufighter X        NE615          No 39 Sqn            X
457   7/20/1944   Bf 109G
458   7/20/1944   Hs 126
459   7/21/1944   C-47-DL              41-18388       10 TCS / 60th TCG
460   7/21/1944   B-24H-15-DT          41-2887?       741st BS/ 455th BG
462   7/21/1944   Hurricane IV RP      LD167          No 6 Sqn             H
461   7/21/1944   Spitfire Mk Vc       MA345          No 32 Sqn
463   7/22/1944   P-51C-5-NT           42-103592      332nd FG
467   7/22/1944   B-24G-10-NT          42-78248       726th BS/451st BG    Eskimo Nell
466   7/22/1944   B-24                 42-94887       716th BS/449th BG
464   7/22/1944   B-17G-25-VE          42-97725 ?     414th BS/97th BG
465   7/22/1944   B-24                                415th BS/98th BG
468   7/22/1944   B-24                                74st BS/455th BG
469   7/23/1944   P-51C-5-NT           42-103447      317th BS/325th BG
470   7/23/1944   Spitfire Mk Vc       JK759          No 32 Sqn
471   7/24/1944   Hurricane IV         KZ223          No 6 Sqn             J
472   7/25/1944   B-24H-15-FO          42-52316       756th BS/459th BG
474   7/26/1944   B-24H-1-DT           41-28600       718th BS/449th BG    Bucket of Bolts 1 - #34
475   7/26/1944   B-24G-10-NT          42-78178       725th BS/451st BG
473   7/26/1944   P-51B-15-NA          43-24888       100th FS/332nd FG
476   7/27/1944   Mustang III          FB318          No 213 Sqn
481   7/28/1944   B-24H-15-DT          41-28933       725th BS/451th BG    'Ferp Finesco'
479   7/28/1944   B-24H-15-CF          41-29347       455th BG
485   7/28/1944   B-24H-15-CF          41-29347       762nd BS/465th BG    'Alley Oop'
482   7/28/1944   B-24H-15-CF          41-29541       726th BS/451st BG    'Peace Terms' - #47
      7/28/1944                        Lightning
                  Lockheed P-38J-15-LO 42-104090      49FS/14FG
478   7/28/1944   B-17G-35-BO          42-32068       346th BG/99th BG     'Heaven Can Wait'
480   7/28/1944   B-24H-15-FO          42-52378       724th BS/451st BG    'Windy City II'
483   7/28/1944   B-24G-15-NT          42-78335       757th BS/459th BG
484   7/28/1944   B-24G-16-NT          42-78385       757th BS/459th BG
486   7/28/1944   B-24J-165-CO         44-40497       776th BS/464th BG    B (red)
487   7/28/1944   Baltimore            FW452          No 13 Sqn            D
477   7/28/1944   P-51                                302nd FS/332nd FG
488   7/30/1944   P-51                                332th FG
489   7/31/1944   B-17G-60-BO          42-102887      772nd BS/463rd BG
491   7/31/1944   Mustang III          HB915          No 213 Sqn
490   7/31/1944   SM.79                MM21448        Gr.Buscaglia         B1-00
      8/1/1944                         42-75736
                  Republic P-47D-15-RE Thunderbolt    317FS/325FG
492   8/2/1944    B-24H-10-CF          42-64465       451st BG
494   8/3/1944    Hurricane IV         KX803          No 6 Sqn             E
493   8/3/1944    Mc.205                              51. Stormo CT
495   8/4/1944    Mustang III          FB322          No 213 Sqn
498   8/7/1944    B-24G-10-NT          42-78215       762nd BS/460th BG
496   8/7/1944    B-24G-15-NT          42-78315       454th BG
499   8/7/1944    B-24G-15-NT          42-78317       776th BS/464th BG    'Cofin Corner Cuttie'
497   8/7/1944    B-24J-190-CO         44-41042       759th BS/459th BG
500   8/7/1944    Spitfire Mk V        JK732          No 253 Sqn
502   8/9/1944    B-24J-10-FO          42-51624       455th BG
501   8/9/1944    P-51C-10-NT          43-24910       100th FS/332nd FG
503   8/9/1944    Mustang III          FB324          No 213 Sqn
504   8/9/1944    Wellington X         MF421          No 70 Sqn            L
506   8/10/1944   B-24H-15-DT          41-28815       739th BS/454th BG
      8/10/1944                        44-13436
                  North American P-51D-5-NA Mustang   317FS/325FG
507   8/10/1944   B-24J-165-CO         44-40487      746th BS/456th BG   'Second Hand Rose'
510   8/10/1944   Spitfire Mk V        JK660         No 249 Sqn
509   8/10/1944   Spitfire Mk V        MA332         No 249 Sqn
505   8/10/1944   B-24                               513th BS/376th BG
508   8/10/1944   B-24                               829th BS/485th BG
512   8/11/1944   Mustang III          FB335         No 213 Sqn
511   8/11/1944   SM.79                MM24048       Gr.Buscaglia        B3-03
514   8/13/1944   Beaufighter X        LZ246         No 16 Sqn SAAF      Z
513   8/13/1944   Beaufighter X        LZ469         No 16 Sqn SAAF      E
516   8/14/1944   Mustang III          HB901         No 213 Sqn
515   8/14/1944   Beaufighter                        No 19 Sqn SAAF
      8/17/1944                        Lightning
                  Lockheed P-38J-10-LO 42-67746      95FS/82FG
518   8/17/1944   B-24G-10-NT          42-78159      450th BG
520   8/17/1944   B-24J-1-NT           42-78519      767th BS/461st BG   'Malfunction'
521   8/17/1944   B-17G-20-VE          42-97544      773rd BS/463rd BG
522   8/17/1944                        Lightning
                  Lockheed P-38J-15-LO 43-28398      95th FS/82nd FG
519   8/17/1944   B-24J-165-CO         44-40489 ?    512th BS/376th BG
517   8/17/1944   B-24J-170-CO         44-40615      450th BG
523   8/17/1944   Beaufighter X        LZ336         No 16 Sqn SAAF      K
526   8/18/1944   Beaufighter          JL910( ???)   No 19 Sqn SAAF      S
524   8/18/1944   Beaufighter                        No 19 Sqn SAAF
525   8/18/1944   Beaufighter                        No 19 Sqn SAAF
      8/19/1944                        42-67310
                  Lockheed P-38J-5-LO Lightning      95FS/82FG
527   8/21/1944   B-24                 42-78477 ?    746th BS/456th BG   Ice Cold Katie
528   8/21/1944   B-24J-195-CO         44-41098      756th BS/459th BG
531   8/21/1944   Liberator VI         EV239         No 178 Sqn
532   8/21/1944   Liberator VI         EW229         No 34 Sqn (SAAF)
529   8/21/1944   Wellington X         LP514         No 150 Sqn
530   8/21/1944   Beaufighter X        LZ375         No 16 Sqn SAAF      W
538   8/22/1944   B-24H-15-DT          41-28842      830th BS/485th BG
537   8/22/1944   B-17G-30-BO          42-31752      773th BS/463rd BG   'The Simp'
533   8/22/1944   B-24J-20-CF          42-64356      459th BG
535   8/22/1944   B-24J-10-CO          42-73085      512th BS/376th BG   #20
536   8/22/1944   B-24                 42-78178      725th BS/451st BG   #57
534   8/22/1944   B-24J-165-CO         44-40502      512th BS/376th BG   #31
539   8/22/1944   Halifax II           JP109         No 614 Sqn          T
541   8/23/1944   B-24J-5-DT           42-51334      726th BG/451st BG   King High
540   8/23/1944   B-17G-50-DL          44-6282       347th BS/99th BG
542   8/24/1944   B-17G-25-BO          42-31645      341st BS/97th BG
      8/24/1944   B-24H-20-DT          42-51083      779 BS/464 BG
543   8/25/1944   B-24H-15-FO          42-52356      459th BG
544   8/26/1944   B-24H-15-DT          41-28862      455th BG
545   8/26/1944   B-24G-10-NT          42-78240      455th BG
546   8/26/1944   B-24G-15-NT          42-78332      766th BS/461st BG
547   8/26/1944   Mustang III          FB315         No 213 Sqn
549   8/27/1944   B-24J-5-FO           42-50796      779th BS/464th BG   'Easy Maid' - (Q black)
548   8/27/1944   B-24J-1-DT           42-51292      762nd BS/460th BG
551   8/27/1944   Liberator VI         EW160         No 178 Sqn          E
550   8/27/1944   Halifax              JP495         No 1586 Fght
552   8/27/1944   Hurricane IV         KZ243         No 6 Sqn            Y
554   8/28/1944   B-24H-15-FO          42-52697      826th BS/484th BG
553   8/28/1944   B-17G-35-VE          42-97913      815th BS/483rd BG
555   8/28/1944   Halifax              JN895         No 148 Sqn
556   8/29/1944   B-24H-20-DT         41-28956        758th BS/459th BG
557   8/29/1944   B-24G-10-NT          42-78248       776th BS/464th BG
558   8/29/1944   P-51C-10-NT          43-24910       99th FS/332nd FG
559   8/30/1944   B-17G-60-BO          42-102924      774th BS/463rd BG
560   8/30/1944   Beaufighter X        JM415          No 16 Sqn SAAF      U
562   8/31/1944   Spitfire Mk Vc       EP343          No 32 Sqn
563   8/31/1944   Spitfire Mk Vc       EP439          No 352 Sqn          K
561   8/31/1944   Beaufighter IVF                     No 255 Sqn
564   9/1/1944                         44-13501
                  North American P-51D-5-NA Mustang   317th FS/325th FG
576   9/2/1944    Ju 52/3m             641039         Lufthansa           D-AUAW
572   9/2/1944                         Lightning
                  Lockheed P-38J-15-LO 42-104010      27FS/1st FG
566   9/2/1944                         Lightning
                  Lockheed P-38J-15-LO 42-104218      48FS/14th FG
575   9/2/1944    P-51                 43-24782       309th FS/31st FG
573   9/2/1944    P-51                 43-25113       307th FS/31st FG
568   9/2/1944                         Lightning
                  Lockheed P-38J-15-LO 43-28255       48FS/14th FG
570   9/2/1944    P-38                 43-28662       1st FG
      9/2/1944                         Lightning
                  Lockheed P-38J-15-LO 43-28663       71FS /1FG
571   9/2/1944                         Lightning
                  Lockheed P-38J-15-LO 43-28742       27FS/1st FG
567   9/2/1944                         Lightning
                  Lockheed P-38J-15-LO 43-28748       37FS/14th FG
      9/2/1944                         Lightning
                  Lockheed P-38J-15-LO 43-28782       48FS/14FG
569   9/2/1944    P-38                 43-28792       14th FG
574   9/2/1944    P-51                 44-13382       307th FS/31st FG
578   9/2/1944    Halifax              BB389          No 1586 Fght
577   9/2/1944    Halifax              JN889          No 1586 Fght
565   9/2/1944    Ju 52/3m
582   9/3/1944    P-51                 43-25080       5th FS/52nd FG
580   9/3/1944    P-51C                43-25151       2nd FS/52nd FG
583   9/3/1944    P-51D-5-NA           44-13281       5th FS/52nd FG
584   9/3/1944    B-17G-50-DL          44-6289        96th BS/2nd BG
579   9/3/1944    P-51                                2nd FS/52nd FG
581   9/3/1944    P-51                                307th FS/31st FG
585   9/5/1944    Spitfire Mk Vc       JG836          No 352 Sqn          O ('DALMATINAC')
586   9/7/1944    Beaufighter X        LX877          No 39 Sqn           K
587   9/8/1944                         42-103507
                  North American P-51C-5-NT Mustang   319th FS/325th FG
588   9/8/1944    B-24G-16-NT          42-78390       739th BS/454th BG
589   9/8/1944    B-24                                740th BS/455th BG
592   9/10/1944   B-24H-5-FO           42-7742        720th BS/450th BG   'Banana Boat'
591   9/10/1944   B-17G-15-VE          42-97437       342nd BS/97th BG
590   9/10/1944   P-38J-15-LO          43-28410       1st FG
595   9/10/1944   Hurricane IV         KZ394          No 6 Sqn            H (or N ?)
593   9/10/1944   B-24                                781st BS/465th BG
594   9/10/1944   B-24                                830th BS/485th BG
599   9/11/1944   Liberator VI         EW198          No 34 Sqn (SAAF)    C
596   9/11/1944   Liberator VI         EW278          No 1586 Fght        GR-U
598   9/11/1944   Halifax              JP161          No 1586 Fght        GR-N
597   9/11/1944   Halifax              JP288          No 1586 Fght
600   9/12/1944   Spitfire Mk VIII     JF421          No 185 Sqn
605   9/13/1944   B-24H-20-DT          41-28977 ?     783rd BS/465th BG
604   9/13/1944   B-24J-5-DT           42-51320 ?     782th BS/465th BG
601   9/13/1944   B-24-H-10-FO         42-52283?      740th BS/455th BG
606   9/13/1944   B-24H-15-FO          42-52601       831st BS/485th BG
603   9/13/1944   B-24H-15-FO          44-10561       756th BS/459th BG
607   9/13/1944   Mustang III          HB888          No 213 Sqn
602   9/13/1944    B-24                             743rd BS/455th BG
608   9/14/1944    Spitfire Mk Vc       JK96        No 352 Sqn
609   9/14/1944    Hurricane IV         LD233       No 6 Sqn                G
610   9/16/1944    Mustang III          HB903       No 213 Sqn
      9/17/1944                         Lightning
                   Lockheed P-38J-15-LO 43-28276    71FS /1FG
611   9/17/1944    Beaufighter          NV215       No 19 Sqn SAAF          B
612   9/18/1944    Spitfire LF.IX       MJ116       No 73 Sqn
613   9/18/1944    Spitfire LF.IX       ML425       No 73 Sqn
614   9/19/1944    Hurricane IV         LD169       No 6 Sqn                S
615   9/20/1944    B-17G-50-DL          44-6256     340th BS/97th BG
616   9/20/1944    Wellington X         LN816       No 40 Sqn               Z
617   9/21/1944                         Lightning
                   Lockheed P-38J-15-LO 43-28719    37FS/14th FG
618   9/21/1944                         Lightning
                   Lockheed P-38J-15-LO 43-28754    95th FS/82nd FG         A12
619   9/23/1944    Spitfire LF.IX       MH562       No 73 Sqn
620   9/25/1944    Spitfire Mk Vc       EP309       No 352 Sqn
621   9/26/1944    Beaufighter X        NT899       No 272 Sqn              L
622   9/27/1944    Mustang III          FB331       No 213 Sqn
623   9/27/1944    Spitfire Mk Vc       JK406       No 336 Sqn Hellenic
624   10/4/1944    B-24G-16-NT          42-78444    765th BS/461st BG       All American
626   10/4/1944    B-17G-45-VE          44-8014     815th BS/483rd BG       'Big Deal'
627   10/4/1944    Spitfire Mk Vc       JL325       No 352 Sqn
625   10/4/1944                                     766th BS/461st BG
628   10/5/1944    Spitfire LF.IX       MK406       No 73 Sqn
631   10/7/1944    B-24H-30-CF          42-50425    741th BS/455th BG
630   10/7/1944    B-24J-15-FO          42-51848    722nd BS/450th BG       'Dragonass'
629   10/7/1944    B-24H-15-FO          42-52443    720th BS/450th BG
632   10/10/1944   Ju 52/3m             641382      Lufthansa               D-AUSS
634   10/10/1944   Mustang III          KH554       No 213 Sqn
633   10/10/1944   Beaufighter          NT997       No 19 Sqn SAAF          A
      10/11/1944                        Lightning
                   Lockheed P-38J-15-LO 43-28630    27FS/1FG
635   10/12/1944   Spitfire Mk Vc       JG946       No 335 Sqn (Hellenic)
641   10/13/1944   B-24H-15-DT          41-28866    719th BS/449th BG       Nancy Jane 2 - #8
638   10/13/1944   B-17G-30-BO          42-31770    463rd BG
646   10/13/1944   B-17G-35-BO          42-32077    815th BS/483rd BG
642   10/13/1944   B-24J-15-FO          42-51950    719th BS/449th BG
640   10/13/1944   B-24J-15-CF          42-64388    717th BS/449th BG       Ole Faithfull - #46
639   10/13/1944   P-38J-10-LO          42-67717    48th FS/14th FG
637   10/13/1944   B-24G-15-NT          42-78329    456th BG                Reluctant Beaver
644   10/13/1944   B-24G-16-NT          42-78416    777th BS/464th BG       O (yellow)
643   10/13/1944   B-24J-1-FO           42-95509    726th BS/451st BG       'Leading Lady'
636   10/13/1944   P-51C-10-NT          44-10943    302nd FS/332nd FG
645   10/13/1944   B-24                             783rd BS/465th BG
653   10/14/1944   B-24H-15-DT          41-28803    826th BS/484th BG
650   10/14/1944   B-24J-10-FO          42-51719    514th BS/376st BG
649   10/14/1944   B-24J-15-FO          42-51994    345th BS/98th BG        Miss Please
651   10/14/1944   B-24G-1-NT           42-78074    738th BS/454th BG       'Queen of hearts'
648   10/14/1944   B-17G-55-DL          44-6541     340th BS/97th BG
647   10/14/1944   P-51C-10-NT                      100th FS/332nd FG
652   10/14/1944   B-24                             740th BS/455th BG
655   10/15/1944   Beaufighter X        NV470       No 272 Sqn              B
654   10/15/1944   Ju 52/3m                         III/TG 3
657   10/16/1944   B-24H-20-FO          42-94987    514th BS/376th BG
656   10/16/1944   B-24H-30-FO          42-95352    344th BS/98th BG
659   10/16/1944   B-24J-195-CO         44-41093       766th BS/461st BG
660   10/16/1944   Mustang III          FB337          No 213 Sqn
661   10/16/1944   Spitfire Mk Vc       JK447          No 352 Sqn
658   10/16/1944   B-24                                762nd BS/460th BG
664   10/17/1944   B-24J-10-FO          42-51663       779th BS/464th BG      I (black)
662   10/17/1944   B-24J-10-FO          42-51757       719th BS/449th BG      Sweet And Lovely, #18
663   10/17/1944   B-17G-50-DL          44-6419        772nd BS/463rd BG      'Lil' Liz II'
665   10/17/1944   Spitfire                            No 253 Sqn
667   10/18/1944   Mosquito VI          HR351          No 418 Sqn
666   10/18/1944   Halifax II           JD319          No 148 Sqn             G
668   10/19/1944   Mustang III          KH428          No 249 Sqn
670   10/20/1944   B-24J-5-DT           42-51298       783rd BS/465th BG
669   10/20/1944   B-17G-35-VE          42-97921       340th BS/97th BG
676   10/20/1944   Wellington X         HF475          No 70 Sqn              P
675   10/20/1944   Halifax II           JP232          No 614Sqn
672   10/20/1944   Hurricane IV         LF461          No 351 Sqn
673   10/20/1944   Wellington X         LP259          No 37 Sqn              Y
671   10/20/1944   Wellington X         LP565          No 104 Sqn             A
674   10/20/1944   Wellington X                        No 37 Sqn
677   10/21/1944   Mustang III          HB854          No 213 Sqn
678   10/22/1944   Bf 109G-8/R5         202059         1./NAGr 11             Black 12
680   10/23/1944   B-24J-5-DT           42-51337       725th BS/ 451st BG
679   10/23/1944                        44-13296
                   North American P-51D-5-NA Mustang   318th FS/325th FG
681   10/23/1944   P-51C-10-NT                         99th FS/332nd FG
682   10/23/1944   P-51C-10-NT                         99th FS/332nd FG
683   10/24/1944   Beaufighter X                       No 19 Sqn SAAF         F
684   10/25/1944   Beaufighter X        NE374          No 272 Sqn             L
685   10/30/1944   Mustang III          HB932          No 213 Sqn
686   10/30/1944   Mustang III          KH437          No 249 Sqn
687   10/31/1944   Fi 156
688   10/31/1944   Beaufighter                         No 19 Sqn SAAF
689   11/1/1944    B-24J-5-DT           42-51321       726th BG/451st BG      The Bad Penny
690   11/1/1944    B-24H-15-FO          42-94746       826th BS/484th BG
691   11/1/1944    Mustang III          HB935          No 5 Sqn (SAAF)
692   11/3/1944    Mustang III          HB939          No 5 Sqn (SAAF)
694   11/4/1944    Spitfire MkVc        JK803          20. Gruppo/51 Stormo
695   11/4/1944    Hurricane IV RP      LF453          No 351 Sqn             B
693   11/4/1944    Ju 52/3m
698   11/5/1944    B-24H-15-DT          41-28912       747th BS/456th BG      Jenny
696   11/5/1944    P-38J-15-LO          42-104117      37FS/14FG
699   11/5/1944    B-24J-15-FO          42-52028       763rd BS/460th BG
697   11/5/1944    B-24J-1-NT           42-78521       777th BS/464th BG      D (red)
700   11/5/1944    Halifax Mk II        BB338          No 148 Sqn             M
701   11/5/1944    Mustang III          FB248          No 260 Sqn
702   11/5/1944    Mustang III          FB271          No 260 Sqn
704   11/6/1944    B-24H-25-DT          42-51165       720th BS/450th BG
705   11/6/1944    B-24J-10-FO          42-51643       777th BS/464th BG      Q (yellow)
706   11/6/1944    B-24G-10-NT          42-78287       782nd BS/465th BG
703   11/6/1944    B-17G-60-DL          44-6630        340th BS/97th BG
708   11/6/1944    Halifax Mk V         EB188          No 148 Sqn             R
710   11/6/1944    Liberator VI         EW280          No 178 Sqn
707   11/6/1944    Mustang III          FB320          No 112 Sqn             GA-N
709   11/6/1944    Liberator VI         KH100          No 178 Sqn
711   11/6/1944    Mustang III          KH487         No 5 Sqn (SAAF)
719   11/7/1944                         Lightning
                   Lockheed P-38J-15-LO 43-28662      95th FS/82nd FG
718   11/7/1944                         44-24035
                   Lockheed P-38L-1-LO Lightning      95th FS/82nd FG
720   11/7/1944                         44-24392
                   Lockheed P-38L-1-LO Lightning      96th FS/82nd FG
714   11/7/1944    B-17G-50-DL          44-6263       353th BS/301st BG
712   11/7/1944    B-17G-50-DL          44-6408       346th BS/99th BG
713   11/7/1944    B-17G-50-DL          44-6430       347th BS/99th BG
721   11/7/1944    Wellington X         LP359         No 37 Sqn
715   11/7/1944    Yak                                659. IAP
716   11/7/1944    Yak                                659. IAP
717   11/7/1944    Yak                                659. IAP
722   11/8/1944    B-24J-10-FO          42-51639      718th BS/449th BG   Miss Judy, #31
723   11/8/1944    Spitfire Mk Vc       JK162         No 94 Sqn
      11/8/1944    Mustang Mk. III
724   11/9/1944    Hurricane IV         LF509         No 351 Sqn
725   11/9/1944    Hurricane IV                       No 351 Sqn
729   11/11/1944   B-24J-1-DT           42-51262      758th BS/459th BG
726   11/11/1944   B-24J-10-FO          42-51737      460 BG
727   11/11/1944   B-24G-10-NT          42-78254      726th BS/451st BG
728   11/11/1944   B-24G-15-NT          42-78315      737th BS/454th BG
730   11/12/1944   Mustang IIIb         FB289         No 5 Sqn (SAAF)
732   11/12/1944   Spitfire Mk VIII     JF466         No 92 Sqn
733   11/12/1944   Spitfire Mk VIII     JF894         No 92 Sqn
731   11/12/1944   Mustang III          KH456         No 5 Sqn (SAAF)
734   11/13/1944   B-17G-60-VE          44-8384       816th BS/483rdBG
735   11/15/1944   B-24J-15-FO          42-51969      828th BS/485th BG
736   11/15/1944   P-38J-10             42-67959      96th FS/82nd FG     BS
741   11/16/1944   B-24J-10-FO          42-51761      776th BS/464th BG
738   11/16/1944   P-51D-5-NA           44-13500      31st FG
739   11/16/1944                        44-24407
                   Lockheed P-38L-1-LO Lightning      71st FS/1st FG
737   11/16/1944                        44-24429
                   Lockheed P-38L-1-LO Lightning      27th FS/1st FG
740   11/16/1944   B-24                               763rd BS/460th BG
742   11/16/1944   B-24                               783rd BS/465th BG
743   11/16/1944   B-24                               783rd BS/465th BG
745   11/17/1944   B-24H-20-DT          41-28955      726th BS/451st BG   'Klunker'
746   11/17/1944   B-24G-16-NT          42-78468      761st BS/460th BG
744   11/17/1944   P-38J-15-LO          43-28539      48th FS/14th FG
748   11/17/1944   B-24J-195-CO         44-41144      829th BS/485th BG
747   11/17/1944   B-24                               827th BS/484th BG
749   11/18/1944   B-17G-55-DL          44-6549       353rd BS/301st BG
754   11/18/1944   Spitfire Mk Vc       ER637         No 32 Sqn
752   11/18/1944   Mustang III          KH627         No 112 Sqn          GA-B
753   11/18/1944   Spitfire Mk IX       MH958         No 253 Sqn
750   11/18/1944   B-24J-15-FO                        760th BS/460th BG   Blue J
751   11/18/1944   B-24                               763rd BS/460th BG
759   11/19/1944                        42-27997
                   Republic P-47D-23-RA Thunderbolt   79th FG
756   11/19/1944   B-24J-5-FO           42-51483      451st BG
758   11/19/1944   B-24H-25-FO          42-95287      766th BS/461st BG   Strictly G.I.
755   11/19/1944   P-51                 44-13459      307th FS/31st FG
760   11/19/1944   Kittyhawk IV         FT881         No 250 Sqn
761   11/19/1944   Wellington X         LP179         No 70 Sqn           W
762   11/19/1944   Wellington X         LP641         No 70 Sqn           C
757   11/19/1944   B-24                               726th Bs/451st BG
763   11/20/1944   B-24J-10-DT          42-51396        761st BS/460th BG
766   11/20/1944   B-24J-10-DT          42-51422        767th BS/461st BG
767   11/20/1944   B-24J-10-FO          42-51625        776th BS/464th BG   'Steveonovich'
764   11/20/1944   B-24J-15-FO          42-51874        765th BS/451st BG   Le Petite Fleur
768   11/20/1944   B-24                 42-51925 ?      824th BS/484th BG
765   11/20/1944   B-24J-200-CO         44-41162        765th BS/461st BG   Stumpy Joe - #38
771   11/21/1944   B-24J-15-FO          42-51976        885th BS(SP)
770   11/21/1944                        43-24856
                   North American P-51B-15-NA Mustang   319th FS/325th FG
769   11/21/1944                        44-15062
                   North American P-51D-15-NA Mustang   318th BS/325th FG
      11/21/1944                        44-24444
                   Lockheed P-38L-1-LO Lightning        27FS/1FG
773   11/22/1944   B-24J-195-CO         44-41055        455th BG
774   11/22/1944   B-17G-50-DL          44-6433         817th BS/483rd BG
772   11/22/1944   B-17G-50-DL          44-6487         429th BS/2nd BG
775   11/22/1944   Hurricane IV         KZ574           No 6 Sqn            P
776   11/23/1944   Ju 52/3m             7767            2./TG 3             4V+OK
777   11/23/1944   Mustang III          HB894           No 213 Sqn
779   11/23/1944   Wellington X         LP572           No 37 Sqn
778   11/23/1944   Mosquito XIII        MM585           No 256 Sqn
780   11/25/1944   B-17G-25-VE          42-97685        353rd BS/301st BG   'Stardust'
781   11/26/1944   F-5 ?                                154. WRS
782   11/27/1944                                        St./NAGr.12
783   11/28/1944   P-39Q                                4 Stormo
786   11/30/1944   Hurricane IV RP     LD162            No 6 Sqn            S
784   11/30/1944   P-39Q                                4 Stormo
785   11/30/1944   P-39Q                                4 Stormo
787   12/1/1944    Mustang III         HB884            No 249 Sqn          GN-D
788   12/2/1944    B-24G-16-NT         42-78414         724th BS/451st BG   'Boots and The Buddies'
790   12/2/1944    B-24J-1-NT          42-78597         757th BS/459th BG
789   12/2/1944    B-24J-200-CO        44-41208         744th BS/456th BG
791   12/2/1944    B-24L-5-FO          44-49328         777th BS/464th BG   L (yellow)
792   12/2/1944    Wellington X        LP239            No 70 Sqn           K
793   12/3/1944    P-51D-15-NA         44-15075         307th/31st FG
794   12/4/1944    Boston IV           BZ502            No 18 Sqn           T
795   12/4/1944    Mustang III         HB914            No 5 Sqn (SAAF)
796   12/6/1944    B-24J-1-NT          42-78608         376th BG
797   12/6/1944    B-24J-65-CF         44-10566         777th BS/464th BG   M (yellow)
798   12/6/1944    P-38L-1-LO          44-24214         94th FS/1st FG
802   12/6/1944    Mustang III         HB931            No 5 Sqn (SAAF)
799   12/6/1944    Spitfire Mk VIII    JF485            No 253 Sqn
801   12/6/1944    Mustang III         KH562            No 5 Sqn (SAAF)
800   12/6/1944    Mustang IV          KH736            No 5 Sqn (SAAF)
      12/6/1944    Lockheed P-38                        94FS/1FG
803   12/7/1944    B-17G-25-VE         42-97652         49th BS/2nd BG
804   12/9/1944    P-38H-5-LO          42-67029         154th WRS
805   12/9/1944    P-51                                 309th FS/31st FG
809   12/11/1944   B-24H-30-DT         42-51214         746th BS/456th BG   'Gin Rae'
810   12/11/1944   B-24J-10-FO         42-51687         747th BS/456th BG
808   12/11/1944   B-24J-15-FO         42-51928         722nd BS/450th BG
807   12/11/1944   B-24J-155-CO        44-40331         716th BS/449th BG   'Silver Babe' - #62
814   12/11/1944   Mustang Mk III/b    FB247            No 5 Sqn (SAAF)
812   12/11/1944   Mustang III         KH534            No 213 Sqn
813   12/11/1944   Spitfire Mk IX      MJ248            No 253 Sqn
806   12/11/1944   B-24                                 343th BS/98th BG
811   12/11/1944   B-24                                 825th BS/485th BG
815   12/12/1944   Hs 126                               NASt. Kroatien
816   12/15/1944   B-24                 42-51346        765th BS/461st BG
817   12/16/1944   B-24J-15-FO          42-51922        766th BS/461st BG
818   12/16/1944   B-24                                 782nd BS/465th BG    X (White)
823   12/17/1944   B-24J-10-DT          42-51430        765th BS/461st BG    Tulsaamerican-#24
822   12/17/1944   B-24J-15-FO          42-52045        725th BS/451st BG
819   12/17/1944                        42-67786
                   P-38Lockheed P-38J-10-LO Lightning   37th FS/14th FG
824   12/17/1944   B-24H-30-FO          42-95304        766th BS/461st BG    #78
821   12/17/1944   P-51C-10-NT          43-25122        5th FS/52nd FG
820   12/17/1944   B-17                                 429th BS/2nd BG
833   12/18/1944   B-24H-15-CF          41-29414        782nd BS/465th BG
835   12/18/1944   B-17G-60-BO          42-102849       840th BS/483rd BG    'Joanne'
834   12/18/1944   B-24J-5-FO           42-50827        828th BS/485th BG
830   12/18/1944   B-24H-10-FO          42-52264        737th BS/454th BG
831   12/18/1944   B-24H-25-FO          42-95265 ?      757th BS/459th BG
827   12/18/1944   B-24H-30-FO          42-95359        727th BS/ 451st BG   Babe
826   12/18/1944   B-17G-50-VE          44-8161         353rd BS/301st BG
825   12/18/1944   Ju 188                               3(F)./33
828   12/18/1944   B-24                                 727th BS/451th BG
829   12/18/1944   B-24                                 727th BS/451th BG
832   12/18/1944   B-24                                 759th BS/459th BG
836   12/19/1944   B-17G-50-DL          44-6386         429th BS/2nd BG
837   12/19/1944   Spitfire Mk Vc       JK329           No 352 Sqn
838   12/20/1944   B-24G-10-NT          42-78166        741st BS/455th BG
839   12/20/1944                         Lightning
                   Lockheed P-38J-15-LO 43-28652        97th FS/82nd FG
840   12/20/1944   Mustang III          KH637           No 213 Sqn
841   12/23/1944   B-24L-5-FO           44-49336        885th BS (SP)
      12/25/1944                        43-7037
                   North American P-51B-5 Mustang `     309FS/31FG
843   12/26/1944   B-17G-35-BO          42-32055        346th BS/99th BG     'Dinah Might'
847   12/26/1944   B-24J-401-CF         42-50486        831st BS/485th BG
846   12/26/1944   B-24J-5-FO           42-51602        762nd BS/460th BG
845   12/26/1944   B-24G-16-NT          42-78411        727th BS/451st BG    'Flying Wolf' - #17
844   12/26/1944   B-24J-1-NT           42-78606        726th BS/451st BG    #36
842   12/26/1944   B-17G-25-VE          42-97705        32nd BS/301st BG
      12/26/1944                        43-7104
                   North American P-51B-5 Mustang       307FS/31FG
      12/26/1944                        44-11252
                   North American P-51D-5-NT Mustang    309FS/31FG
848   12/26/1944   B-17G-50-DL          44-6497         840th BS/ 483th BG
850   12/27/1944   Mustang IIIc         FB330           No 249 Sqn
851   12/27/1944   Spitfire Mk IX       MJ532           No 253 Sqn
849   12/27/1944   P-39Q                                20 Stormo
852   12/28/1944   B-17G-50-DL          44-6497         840th BS/483rd BG
853   12/31/1944                        42-29367
                   Republic P-47D-28-RA Thunderbolt     87th FS/79th FG
854   1/4/1945     P-47D-20-RE          42-25296        85th FS/79th FG
857   1/4/1945     Spitfire MK VIII     JF697           No 253 Sqn
856   1/4/1945     Mustang III          KH465           No 213 Sqn
855   1/4/1945     Halifax V            LL380           No 148 Sqn           FS-H
858   1/4/1945     Spitfire LF IX       MA473           No 253 Sqn
859   1/5/1945     Beaufighter X        NV151           No 16 Sqn SAAF       H
862   1/8/1945     B-24J-20-FO          44-48757        461st BG
863   1/8/1945     Liberator VI         KG928           No 178 Sqn
864   1/8/1945     Wellington X         LP614           No 70 Sqn            G
860   1/8/1945     B-24                                 345th BS/98th BG
861   1/8/1945    B-24                                 376th BG
865   1/10/1945   B-17G-50-DL          44-6350         429th BS/2nd BG     'Helen Belle'
872   1/15/1945   B-17G-30-BO          42-31809        775th BG/463rd BG   'Nameless!'
869   1/15/1945   B-24G-15-NT          42-78321        515th BS/376th BG
868   1/15/1945   B-24G-16-NT          42-78400        376th BG
867   1/15/1945   B-17G-35-VE          42-97916        342th BS/97th BG
866   1/15/1945                        44-15451
                  North American P-51D-15-NA Mustang   31st FG
873   1/15/1945   B-24J-195-CO         44-41145        824th BS/484th BG
870   1/15/1945   B-24L-10-FO          44-49747        724th BS/451st BG   'Whistling Annie'
874   1/15/1945   Beaufighter X                        No 19 Sqn SAAF      Y
871   1/15/1945   B-24                                 757th BS/459th BG
875   1/19/1945   B-24G-16-NT          42-78404        723th BS/450th BG   Daisy Mae
876   1/19/1945   B-24J-70-C           44-10627        759th BS/459th BG
881   1/20/1945   B-24J-1-FO           42-50746        761st BS/460th BG
877   1/20/1945   B-24J-10-FO          42-51701        454th BG
879   1/20/1945   B-24J-10-FO          42-51701        759th BS/459th BG
882   1/20/1945   B-24J-15-FO          42-52070        777th BS/464th BG   A (yellow)
883   1/20/1945   B-24J-1-NT           42-78488        779th BS/464th BG   'Bad Penny' - red C
878   1/20/1945   B-24                                 736th BS/454th BG
880   1/20/1945   B-24H-15-FO                          759th BS/459th BG   'Yankee Doodle Dandy'
884   1/21/1945   B-17G-45-DL          44-6199         816th BS/483rd BG
885   1/21/1945   B-17G-50-DL          44-6423         840th BS/463rd BG
886   1/23/1945   Mustang III          FB280           No 112 Sqn          GA-L
888   1/23/1945   Mustang III          KH587           No 5 Sqn (SAAF)
887   1/23/1945   Mustang IVA          KH717           No 5 Sqn (SAAF)
891   1/26/1945   Mustang III          FB312           No 213 Sqn
889   1/26/1945   Halifax II           JP281           No 148 Sqn          Q
890   1/26/1945   Liberator VI         KH142           No 178 Sqn          D
892   1/30/1945   F-5E-2-LO            43-28319        32nd PRS/5th PRG
896   1/31/1945   B-24J-5-FO           42-50776        721st BS/450th BG   'Hubba Hubba'
897   1/31/1945   B-24G-10-NT          42-78225        747th BS/456th BG
893   1/31/1945   B-24G-16-NT          42-78393        456th BG
894   1/31/1945   B-24L-1-FO           44-49084        465th BG
898   1/31/1945   B-24L-5-FO           44-49501        767th BS/461st BG   'Read Head' - #69
895   1/31/1945   B-24                                 512th BS/376th BG
899   2/1/1945    Halifax II           JP277           No 148 Sqn          C
900   2/1/1945    Dakota II            KG711           No 44 Sqn SAAF
902   2/2/1945    P-51                 43-25126        309th FS/31st FG
      2/2/1945                         43-7161
                  North American P-51B-10-NA Mustang   31FG
      2/2/1945                         44-13278
                  North American P-51D-5-NA Mustang    31FG
      2/2/1945                         44-15125
                  North American P-51D-15-NA Mustang   31FG
901   2/2/1945                         44-15447
                  North American P-51D-15-NA Mustang   308th FS/31st FG
903   2/2/1945    Mustang III          FB308           No 249 Sqn
904   2/3/1945    Wellington X         LP490           No 104 Sqn          N
905   2/5/1945    B-24                 44-40216        451st BG
907   2/5/1945    Spitfire LF.IX       NH271           No 73 Sqn           V
906   2/5/1945    Hurricane IV                         No 351 Sqn
910   2/7/1945    B-24H-20-FO          42-95009        737rd BS/454th BG
908   2/7/1945    B-24J-20-FO          44-48964        376th BG
909   2/7/1945    B-24J-20-FO          44-48972        514th BS/376th BG
911   2/7/1945    Hurricane IV         KZ382           No 351 Sqn          V
912   2/7/1945    Hurricane IV         LE570           No 351 Sqn          N
915   2/8/1945    Cr.42                8864            2./NSGr.7
914   2/8/1945    Cr.42                9832          2./NSGr.7
913   2/8/1945    Cr.42                90841         2./NSGr.7
917   2/8/1945    Cr.42                90897         St./NSGr.7
916   2/8/1945    Beaufighter X        NT998         No 16 Sqn SAAF       X
918   2/9/1945    Cr.42                9183          2./NSGr.7
919   2/9/1945    B-24H-1-FO           42-7563       859th BS/2641st SG
920   2/9/1945    Beaufighter          NV610         No 19 Sqn SAAF       Z
921   2/10/1945   Bf 109G-6            230116        1./NAGr.12
922   2/10/1945   Hurricane IV         KX412         No 6 Sqn             A
923   2/13/1945   B-24J-15-FO          42-51919      456th BG
924   2/13/1945   B-24L-10-FO          44-49730      724th BS/451st BG
925   2/13/1945   Mustang III          HB875         No 213 Sqn
926   2/14/1945   Halifax II           JP249         No 148 Sqn           C
927   2/14/1945   Hurricane IV RP      LF475         No 351 Sqn
928   2/15/1945   Mustang III          HB875         No 213 Sqn
929   2/16/1945   Cr.42                9850          3./NSGr.7
930   2/16/1945   B-17G-55-DL          44-6547       463rd BG
931   2/16/1945   Mustang III          KH519         No 213 Sqn
932   2/17/1945   Cr.42                9247          3./NSGr.7
933   2/18/1945   Spitfire                           No 4 Ferry Unit
937   2/19/1945   Hs 126B-1            3464          NASt. Kroatien
936   2/19/1945                        44-24196
                  Lockheed P-38L-1-LO Lightning      96th FS/82nd FG      Butch The VI; HA
934   2/19/1945   B-24L-10-FO          44-49751      464th BG             T (red)
935   2/19/1945   B-24                               758th BS/459th BG
938   2/20/1945   B-17G-50-DL          44-6345       342nd BS/97th BG
939   2/21/1945   Bf 109G-8            200620        1./NAGr 11
940   2/21/1945   B-24J-5-FO           42-51610      461st BG             Marjorie H
941   2/21/1945   Liberator VIII       KH231         No 614 Sqn
942   2/23/1945   Bf 109               5519          1./NAGr.12
943   2/23/1945   B-24                               830th BS/459th BG
944   2/24/1945   Cr.42                9801          2./NSGr.7
945   2/24/1945   Hurricane IV         KX556         No 6 Sqn             J
946   2/25/1945   Bf 109G-6            41080         1./NAGr.12
947   2/25/1945   Spitfire Mk IX       MJ990         No 253 Sqn
948   2/26/1945   Mustang III          HB912         No 249 Sqn           GN-A
950   2/26/1945   Spitfire Mk Vc       JK360         No 352 Sqn           A
949   2/26/1945   Spitfire Mk IX       MH704         No 253 Sqn
951   2/27/1945   B-24H-15-FO          42-52452      725th BS/451st BG    'Stinky Poo'
953   2/28/1945   B-24H-25-CF          42-50400      740th BS/455th BG
952   2/28/1945   B-24L-10-FO          44-49539      726th BS/451st BG
955   3/1/1945    B-24J-20-FO          44-48861      465th BG
956   3/1/1945    B-24L-10-FO          44-49659      726th BS/451st BG    The Drip
954   3/1/1945    B-24M-1-FO           44-50449      345th BS/98th BG
959   3/1/1945    Mustang III          HB851         No 249 Sqn
958   3/1/1945    Mustang IV           KH861         No 213 Sqn
957   3/1/1945    B-24                               760th BS/460th BG
960   3/2/1945    B-24H-15-FO          42-52762      828th BS/485th BG
962   3/2/1945    Mustang IV           KH846         No 213 Sqn
961   3/2/1945    Spitfire Mk IX                     No 1435 Sqn
964   3/4/1945    B-24H-15-DT          41-28906      465th BG
965   3/4/1945                         42-28558
                  Republic P-47D-28-RA Thunderbolt   87th FS/79th FG
963   3/4/1945                         Lightning
                  Lockheed P-38J-15-LO 43-28739      HQSQ/1st FG
966   3/4/1945    Spitfire LF.IX       MJ525         No 73 Sqn            F
967    3/6/1945    Liberator VI         KH150                No 34 Sqn (SAAF)    R
968    3/8/1945    B-24J-15-FO          42-51990             455th BG
969    3/8/1945    B-24J-15-CO          44-41065             459th BG
970    3/8/1945    Marauder III         HD477                No 21 Sqn (SAAF)
971    3/9/1945    B-24M-1-FO           44-50410             764th BS/461st BG
973    3/9/1945    Spitfire Mk IX       MJ644                No 253 Sqn
972    3/9/1945    B-24                                      764th BS/461st BG
974    3/10/1945   Hurricane IV         KX583                No 6 Sqn            A
976    3/11/1945   Mustang III          KH598                No 213 Sqn
975    3/11/1945   Mustang IV           KH693                No 213 Sqn
977    3/12/1945   B-24L-5-FO           44-49458             451st BG
978    3/12/1945   Spitfire LF.IX       MA796                No 73 Sqn
979    3/13/1945   B-17G-50-DL          44-6317              840th BS/483rd BG
980    3/13/1945   Spitfire LF.IX       EN135                No 73 Sqn           N
981    3/13/1945   Spitfire LF.IX       PT668                No 73 Sqn           Y
984    3/14/1945   B-17G-35-BO          42-32017             815th BS/483rd BG   'Sweet 17'
982    3/14/1945   P-51C-10-NT          43-25070             332nd FG
983    3/14/1945   P-38L-1-LO           44-24189             48th FS/14th FG     #9
985    3/15/1945   B-24L-20-FO          44-50225             415th BS/98th BG
       3/16/1945   B-24J-1-NT           42-78613             779 BS/464 BG
987    3/16/1945   B-24L-5-FO           44-49436             725th BS/451st BG
986    3/16/1945   B 17G-50-DL          44-6445              419th BS/301st BG
988    3/17/1945   Spitfire Mk IX       LZ915                No 253 Sqn
989    3/18/1945                        Lightning
                   Lockheed P-38J-15-LO 43-28481             71st FS/1st FG
       3/18/1945                        44-24398
                   Lockheed P-38L-1-LO Lightning             27FS/1FG
       3/18/1945                        44-25041
                   Lockheed P-38L-1-LO Lightning             48FS/14FG
990    3/19/1945                        44-24448
                   Lockheed P-38L-1-LO Lightning             96th FS/82nd FG
991    3/20/1945   B-17G-85-BO          43-38418             348th BS/99th BG    'Glittering Gal'
992    3/20/1945   B-17G-50-DL          44-6377              772nd BS/463rd BG   'Pretty Baby's Boys'
993    3/20/1945   B-17G-50-DL          44-6422              840th BS/483rd BG
996    3/20/1945   Mustang III          KH619                No 249 Sqn          GN-H
994    3/20/1945   Mustang IV           KH793                No 112 Sqn          GA-X
995    3/20/1945   Beaufighter X        NV567 (NV122?)       No 19 Sqn SAAF      J
997    3/21/1945   Mustang III          KH614                No 213 Sqn
998    3/22/1945   B-24H-15-DT          41-28902             717th BS/449th BG   'Umbriago', #80
999    3/23/1945   Mustang III          KH421                No 213 Sqn
1001   3/24/1945   Mustang IV           KH809                No 213 Sqn
1000   3/24/1945   Beaufighter X        NV566                No 16 Sqn SAAF      Y
1002   3/26/1945   Spitfire LF.IX       MJ835                No 73 Sqn           P
1004   3/31/1945                        44-25012
                   P-38L-1-LOLockheed P-38L-1-LO Lightning   48th FS/14th FG
1005   3/31/1945   B-24J-20-FO          44-48990             783rd BS/465th BG
1006   3/31/1945   Liberator            KH245                No 37 Sqn           H
1003   3/31/1945   B-17                                      301st BG
1009   4/1/1945    B-17G-60-BO          42-102836            816th BS/483rd BG   'Lyla Lue'
1008   4/1/1945    B-17G-65-DL          44-6752              772nd BS/463rd BG
1010   4/1/1945    B-17G-45-VE          44-8003              840th BS/483rd BG   'Swooney II'
1011   4/1/1945    Marauder III         HD669                No 25 Sqn (SAAF)    X
1012   4/1/1945    Mustang IV           KH851                No 3 Sqn RAAF
1007   4/1/1945    P-51                                      332nd FG
       4/2/1945                         44-21039
                   Republic P-47D-30-RE Thunderbolt          87FS/79FG
1015   4/2/1945    P-38L-1              44-24401             95th FS/82nd FG
1013   4/2/1945    P-38L-5-LO           44-25786             14th FG             #181(on tail)
1016   4/2/1945    Mustang              KH592                No 260 Sqn
1017   4/2/1945    Mustang IVA          KH705           No 5 Sqn (SAAF)
1018   4/2/1945    Hurricane IV         KZ553           No 6 Sqn             B
1014   4/2/1945    P-39Q                                4. Stormo
1020   4/3/1945    Mustang III          FB290           No 3 Sqn RAAF
1021   4/3/1945    Mustang III          KH631           No 3 Sqn RAAF
1023   4/3/1945    Mustang IVA          KH805           No 5 Sqn (SAAF)
1019   4/3/1945    Liberator B.VI       KK345           No 104 Sqn           R
1022   4/3/1945    Liberator B.VI       KL361           No 37 Sqn
1024   4/3/1945    Hurricane IV         KZ876           No 6 Sqn             F
1025   4/5/1945    P-51                 44-11237        2nd FS/52nd FG
1026   4/5/1945    B-17G-50-DL          44-6394         774th BS/463rd BG    'Oh My Aching Back'
1027   4/5/1945    Mustang III          HB881           No 213 Sqn
1028   4/5/1945    Hurricane IV         KX414           No 351 Sqn
1029   4/6/1945    Mustang III          HB869           No 249 Sqn           GN-W
1030   4/8/1945                         43-24876
                   North American P-51B-15-NA Mustang   318th FS/325th FG
1031   4/8/1945    Hurricane IV         KX826           No 6 Sqn             L
1032   4/10/1945   Mustang III          KH423           No 213 Sqn
       4/11/1945                        44-26027
                   Lockheed P-38L-5-LO Lightning        48FS/14FG
1033   4/12/1945   Spitfire LF IX       MA581           No 253 Sqn
1034   4/15/1945   Liberator VI         KK274           No 37 Sqn            B
1035   4/15/1945   Hurricane IV         KX409           No 6 sqn             A
1036   4/16/1945   Hurricane IV         LE268           No 6 Sqn             J
1038   4/16/1945   Spitfire LF.IX       PT498           No 73 Sqn            V
1037   4/16/1945   Spitfire LF.IX       PV120           No 73 Sqn            G
1039   4/20/1945   Mustang III          KH467           No 112 Sqn           GA-Z
1040   4/20/1945   Hurricane IV         KZ241           No 6 Sqn             N
1041   4/21/1945   Mustang III          HB853           No 213 Sqn
1042   4/23/1945   B-24                 44-5819 ?       831st BS/485th BG
1044   4/23/1945   Mustang IV           KH816           No 213 Sqn
1043   4/23/1945   Mustang IV           KH869           No 213 Sqn
1045   4/25/1945   B-24L-1-FO           44-49043        727th BS/451 st BG
1046   4/29/1945   Mustang IV           KH890           No 249 Sqn           GN-E
1047   4/30/1945   Spitfire Mk IX       LV730           No 253 Sqn
1049   5/3/1945    Spitfire Mk Vc       JL238           No 352 Sqn
1048   5/3/1945    Spitfire LF.IXc      MH540           No 2 Sqn (SAAF)
1050   5/4/1945    Marauder III         HD667           No 25 Sqn (SAAF)
                             CREW                                      CRASH SITE                 NOTE                                DODATNI PODACI
                             Uffz. Hockenderfer, Werner                Zagreb, Yugoslavia         Engine fire, crashed
                             Uffz Sigfried Hein                        Banja Luka, Yugoslavia     NFD
                                                                       Dubica, Yugoslavia
                                                                       Sarajevo, Yugoslavia
                                                                       B. Petrovac, Yugoslavia
                             Obgfr. Renberg, Heinz | Gefr. Hansen, Josef                          Crashed
                                                                       Urosevac, Yugoslavia       Engine cut, cr and on impact burned
                                                                       Praca, Yugoslavia          Crew uninjured
                                                                       Sarajevo, Yugoslavia       Cr. on Rajlovac a/d due to leanding gear failure
                                                                       Yugoslavia
                             Uffz. Kaldyk, Erich - WIA | Gefr. Elei, Edmund - WIA                 Cr due to enemy fire
                                                                       Berane, Yugoslavia         C/l due to enemy fire
                             1 KIA                                     Pluzine, Yugoslavia        Cr. due to engine cut
                             Obgfr. Kaspers, Hermann - KIA             Ustikolina, Yugoslavia     NW of the village
                                                                       Pancevo,
                             Uffz Androe, Hans - KIA | Uffz, Ihl, Heinrich -KIA Yugoslavia        Cr. because of mechanical failure
                                                                       Bradina, KIA
                             Fw. Barthel, Fritz – KIA | Uffz. Rennecke, Heinz -Yugoslavia         Cr. due to engine cut
                                                                       Vrbnica, Yugoslavia        Cr.and exploded after by hit ground fire
                                                                       Pula, Yugoslavia           Engine cut, cr. into sea
88/General d. Fliegerausbildungs                                       Sarajevo, Yugoslavia       Collided on take off at Butmir a/d, 100 damage
88/General d. Fliegerausbildungs                                       Sarajevo, Yugoslavia       Collided on take off at Butmir a/d, 80% damage
                             6 KIA                                     Ostrice, Yugoslavia
                             Oberstlt. Knopp, Ernst – WIA              Livno, Yugoslavia
                                                                       Sarajevo, Yugoslavia       Broke during taking on at Butmir a/d
                                                                       Kosjeric, Yugoslavia       Engine cut west of the village
                             Uffz, Firchau, Egon - KIA                 Pancevo, Yugoslavia        Pilot's error, 18 km NW of the town
                             Uffz. Berthold, Alfred - KIA              Pancevo, Yugoslavia
                                                                       Podgar, Yugoslavia         Cr.W of town
                             4 RTD, 6 POW                              Vladicin Han, Yugoslavia   Mission to Ploesti, s/d by Bulgarian fighters, 3 gunners b/o over Bulgaria, c/l
       'The Exterminator' - H                                          Brod, Yugoslavia           MIssion to Ploesti, collided during return flight over Macedonia
                             8 KIA, 3 POW                              Brod, Yugoslavia           MIssion to Ploesti, collided during return flight over Macedonia
                             8 KIA, 1 POW                              Yugoslavia?                Mission to Ploesti, s/d on return by Bulgarian fighters NE of Skoplje
                                                                       Wilhelm - KIA
                             Fw Schlagmann, Bruno - KIA | Uff Uitz, Zagreb. Yugoslavia            Cr. W of the city.
                                                                       Kniese, Heinrich - KIA
                             Uffz Schweitzer, Heinrich – KIA | Obgfr. Pancevo, Yugoslavia         Crashed
                                                                       Sarajevo, YUgoslavia       Destroyed on Rajlovac a/d in partisana attack
                                                                       Sarajevo, Yugoslavia       Destroyed on Rajlovac a/d in partisana attack
                                                                       Sarajevo, Yugoslavia       Destroyed on Rajlovac a/d in partisana attack
                             5 KIA                                     Sisak?, Yugoslavia         Crashed
                             Lt Winter, Adalbert                       Belgrade, YugoslaviaS
                             Lt. Werner, Gerhard                       Skopice, Yugoslavia
                                                                        - KIA
                             Uffz Uloth, Paul - KIA | Uffz Friebl, HansNovi Sad, Yugoslavia       Hit the obstacle
                                                                       Nis, Yugoslavia
                             Fw Schurmann, Rudolf – KIA | Uffz. Klinge, Hermann – KIA             Crashed W of the town
                             Ofw Helbig, Rudolf - KIA                  Pancevo, Yugoslavia        At Pancevo a/d
                                                                       Pancevo, Yugoslavia
                             Uffz. Dünwald, Peter - KIA | Ogfr. Crämer, Joachim - KIA             At Pancevo a/d
                                                                       Bihac, Yugoslavia          Crash-landed under enemy fire
                                                                       Zavidovici, Yugoslavia     Force landed in bad weather SW of the town
                                                                       Zelenkovico?, Yugoslavia   F/l after having been hit by AAA
                                                                       Knin, Yugoslavia           Crashed on taking off, NW of town.
                                                                       Gorazde, Yugoslavia        Crashed north of town, pilot's error?
                                                                        unharmed
                             Uffz Porrmann, Willi - KIA | Rear gunnerPancevo, Yugoslavia
                                                                       Grude, Yugoslavia          Crashed
                             Obgfr. Zobel, Heinz - KIA                 Pancevo, Yugoslavia        Crashed
                                                                       Lucko,
                             Obgfr Lehmhus, Siegfried – KIA; Bf - uninjured Yugoslavia            Crashed on a/d
                                                                       Sinj, Yugoslavia           Engine cut
                                                                       Spit, Yugoslavia           Hit by AAA, crashed and burned, pilot unharmed
Lt Robel, Hans – KIA | (Bf – OK)           Trilj, Yugoslavia            Flak
                                           Brac Island, Yugoslavia
Uffz. Ochs, Alexander – WIA I Obgfr. Stommerling,Hans – WIA             Unknown reason
                                           Banja Luka, Yugoslavia       Force landed due to enemy fire NW of BL
                                           Zagreb, Yugoslavia           After having force-landed SW of the city, burned by enemy
                                           Krusevac, Yugoslavia
Lt Sonneborn, Walter – WIA | Fw. Prussner, Fritz –WIA                   Crashed S of the a/d
                                           Yugoslavia                   MIA on transport flight Krusevac - Mostar
                                           Senj, Yugoslavia             Crashed; 60%
                                           Yugoslavia                   MIA on transport flight Krusevac - Mostar
Fw. Kessler, Georg                         Podgorica, Yugoslavia        Destoryed in strafing, to be checked if it was Podgorica indeed
Lt Arnet, Harald                           Podgorica, Yugoslavia        Destoryed in strafing, to be checked if it was Podgorica indeed
                                           Lucko, Yugoslavia            Engine cut
2/Lt Homan, John Jr.                       Skoplje, Yugoslavia                                              KIA. Location, 8 Miles West Of Shoplje, in Skopje Point
                                                                        Missing after bombing a train and an ammunition dump; KIA, he was buriedYugoslaviapark Of Depa
5 MIA; 1 rescued                           Lastovo Island, Yugoslavia   The a/c had to be ditched due to mechanical failure while on shipping rece in South Adriatic. Sgt Ritc
Uffz Bott, Wilhelm | Uffz Johner, FriedrichSibenik, Yugoslavia          On transfer flight, shot down by 57th FG ?
Uffz Hennig, Hermann - KIA                 Sibenik, Yugoslavia          On transfer flight, shot down by 57th FG ?
                                           Sibenik,
Ofw Maas, Heidrich | Ofw Thielhardt, Fritz - KIA Yugoslavia             On transfer flight, shot down by 57th FG ?
                                           Cerklje, Yugoslavia
Uffz Redeolf, Adolf - KIA | Uffz Krafzik, Emil – KIA                    MId air collision
                                           Cerklje, – KIA
Uffz Steindl, Heinrich | Uffz Czorlinski, HermannYugoslavia             MId air collision
                                           Yugoslavia                   MIA on transport flight Belgrade - Podgorica
Capitano D'Ottaviano, Dino - KIA           Podgorica, Yugoslavia        Hit by AA; Info via D. Frka
Tenente Bassi, Ugo                         Podgorica, Yugoslavia        S/d by Bf 109s; Info via D. Frka
2/Lt Williams, Robert B.                   Bar, Yugoslavia                                                  KIA.
                                                                        Claimed by LW fighter near Bar, MIA Location, Just South Of Scutari, Albania Point Of Departure,
                                            Schirrmacher, Fritz
Uffz Schuschkleb, Theodor – KIA | Gefr.Pancevo, Yugoslavia- KIA         Crashed due to engine fire
                                           Knin, Yugoslavia
Fw. Purz, Adolf – KIA | Uffz. Endres, Paul - MIA                        North of the town, reason unknown
                                           Split, Yugoslavia            Destroyed by DAF fighters
                                           Split, Yugoslavia            Destroyed by DAF fighters
                                           Podgorica, Yugoslavia        South of the town, probably the one claimed by Maj Teresio Vitorio Martinioli
Uffz, Deliga, Werner - WIA                 Podgorica, Yugoslavia        Destroyed by strafing on a/d
7 KIA                                      Yugoslavia                   Mission 'Fungus 35', supply drop; ftr;
Barker, Henry H., Jr                       Metkovic, Yugoslavia                                             FOD. Near Metkovic, Yugoslavia, Lost in area during attack on co
                                                                        Lost in area during attack on column of 200 M/T
Blackshaw, Robert M                        Metkovic, Yugoslavia                                             FOD. Near Metkovic, Yugoslavia, Lost in area during attack on co
                                                                        Lost in area during attack on column of 200 M/T
Silver, Michael T                          Metkovic, Yugoslavia                                             KIA. Near Metkovic, Yugoslavia, Lost in area during attack on colu
                                                                        Lost in area during attack on column of 200 M/T
                                           Trogir, Yugoslavia           Brought down by flak
                                           Mostar, Yugoslavia           Destroyed in attack by DAF Spitfires
                                           Mostar, Yugoslavia           Destroyed in attack by DAF Spitfires
Capt. Walter M. Schwartz                   Capljina, Yugoslavia                                             POW. Middle East Theatre: Yugoslavia, POW
                                                                        Brought down by AAA attacking Capljina m/y, crash-landed in village Visici, Stalag Luft 1 Barth-Vogel
Uffz Ternieten, Fritz - KIA                Pancevo, Yugoslavia          Crashed at a/d because of pilot's error
Lt Bailey, P.G.F.                          Mljet Island, Yugoslavia     Attacking targets at Metkovic, hit by flak, on return flight engine cut and had to ditch between Mljet an
                                           Radovici, Yugoslavia
Uffz. Rogge, Paul –KIA | Lt Kellner, Frederich - KIA                    A/c was on search for MIA Ju 88 off Albanian coast. Claimed by Group Capt P.H. Hugo over Tivat Ba
Capitano Carroti, Trento - KIA             Podgorica, Yugoslavia        Hit by AA; Info via D. Frka
                                           Sisak, Yugoslavia            Crashed and burned
4 WIA                                      Belgrade, Yugoslavia         Technical problem
                                           Yugoslavia
                                           Cerklje, Yugoslavia          Pilots error; 65%
Turner, Stevens Heyward                    Yugoslavia                                                        POW. Yugoslavia. Location, Target Area, 42°50' N, 17°53' E, Poin
                                           Cazma, Yugoslavia            After having force-landed, destroyed by partisans
Lt MacDonald, N.M (SAAF)                   Kolocep, Yugoslavia          Hit by AAA during attack on targets along Peljesac, pilot b/o; POW; a/c crashed S of Kolocep Island
Lt Reitz, C.M.D (SAAF)                     Mostar, Yugoslavia           Hit by AAA during bombing of Mostar a/d; POW
                                           Jagodina, Yugoslavia         Aircraft crashed on transport flight Salonica - Zemun
Hptm .Griswatsch, M | Ofw Roth             Yugoslavia                   This a/c was probably the one claimed by No 126 Sqn NW Dubrovnik. RTD to unit. Additional info: B.
Uffz Meiner- pilot                         Grude, Yugoslavia            Claimed by No 126 Sqn. Seen burning and desintegrating in 3 parts. Crew of 5 and 12 passengers k
Uffz. Robe | Uffz. Rossler                 Podgorica, Yugoslavia        S/d over a/d by No 249 Sqn Spitfires. F/l and burned
Lt Pohraska, Günther                       Metkovic, Yugoslavia         On patrol Dubrovnik - Metkovic, engine cut, f/l N of town
Lt Kunkel, Richard                         Yugoslavia                  Engine cut over Neretva estuary, crashed. Presumably one of a/c that was returning from ops over H
                                           Peljesac, Yugoslavia        Hit by ground fire and crashed
                                           Alfred Yugoslavia
Uffz. Kielhorn, Erwin - KIA | Gefr. Raidt, Zadar, - KIA                It had to been ditched due to out of fuel
Uffz. Novak, Raimund                       Gorica, Yugoslavia          Hit the gorund and exploded
                                           Mostar, Yugoslavia          Break on taking off
                                           Trpanj, Dalmacija           Claimed by 57th FG
                                           Trpanj, Dalmacija           Claimed by 57th FG
Joachim Kirschner                          Metkovic, Yugoslavia        Claimed by Spitfires? B/o, captured by partisans and executed. Additional info: B. Ciglic
Lt Rolf Heisner                            Neum, Yugoslavia            Claimed by by Spitfires? S of Mostar, tried to belly-land, KIA
                                           Gorica, Yugoslavia          Destroyed in partisan attack on a/d - 24 killed in the attack
Lt Chapman, Richard Knill                  Yugoslavia                  S/d by AAA, evaded                   S/d Rtn. Possibly numbered 92. Shot down by AAA, evaded, Yugo
Uffz Koderer, Franz                        Korcula, Yugoslavia         MIA. Source: E. Moembek
4 KIA                                      Belgrade, Yugoslavia        Crashed NW of the city
                                           Banja Luka, Yugoslavia      Lost during operations on army supportin BL Area
Maj Hanes, Horace A "Dude" - RTD Maribor, Yugoslavia                                                        Location, of the cityB/o Mi S/Target, Point Of to Italy
                                                                       Escort to W. Neustadt, s/d by Bf 109s, b/o S Approx, 40-50over Yugoslavia, RTD Departure, Gioia De
Lt. Meredith, Raymond J.                   Yugoslavia                  Hit by flak, crash-landed            Lt., 1FG, Hit by flak, crash-landed, Yugoslavia. Returned by Parti
                                           Yugoslavia                  TO BE CHECKED
2/Lt Norsworthy, Ralph E.                  Yugoslavia                                                       POW. Location, P-38; 8 Miles the And Slightly
                                                                       Escorting bombers to Mostar; collided with another About b/o nearWesttarget; POW North Of Target,
                                           Lastovo, Yugoslavia         Mission to Metkovic, claimed by LW fighter
Lt. Miller, Beverly E.                     Adriatic sea                                                     MIA. Today's target for the bombers was Sofia Bulgaria. Bev. Mille
                                                                       Crashed just off the Dalmatian coast, MIA
F/O Ian Thomas Findlay                     Omis, Yugoslavia            Weather recce over Dalmatia, last heard on R/T over Omis, presumably claimed by LW fighter, MIA
                                           Mostar, Yugoslavia          Struck by the bomb from another aircraft over Mostar, 9 KIA, 2 POW
2/Lt Voelker, Robert T.                    Yugoslavia                                                       KIA. Entered
                                                                       Shot down by Lw fighters over Mostar area,KIA the Service from, New Jersey, Buried at: Plot I Row
2/Lt Rogers, James T.                      Yugoslavia                                                       KIA. Entered
                                                                       Shot down by Lw fighters over Mostar area, KIA the Service from, Georgia, Buried at: Plot F Row 1 G
5 KIA, 2 crew + 3 pass                     Belgrade, Yugoslavia        Crashed due to pilot's error
                                           Ljubljana, Yugoslavia       WIA; TO BE DELETED !!!
                                           Piran, Yugoslavia           MIA, 20 km W of Piran
                                           Piran, Yugoslavia           MIA, 20 km W of Piran
Stahl, Kenneth L                                                                                            HOMETOWN, Pontiac, IL, HONORED BY Roy Stahl, P-38 PILOT
Williams, Richard F                                                                                         POW. Location, Approx. 40 Miles Inland From Yugoslav Coast, Po
La Rue, Elmer H                                                                                             FOD. Hometown: Cook County, IL. Location, So. Of Naklo, Yugos
Lt. Weber, Sheldon A                       Yugoslavia                  Shot down by AAA, escaped            S/d Rtn. Shot down by AAA, Yugoslavia. Location, Hvarski Chann
5 KIA                                      Yugoslavia                  Mission to Maribor; pbly s/d by n/f
?                                          Yugoslavia                  Mission to Maribor, NFD;
10 RTD                                     Mitrovica, Yugoslavia       Mission to Sofia, damaged by flak. Source: Z. Bocek
Michael McDonnell-pilot; 10 evaded Trstenik, Yugoslavia                Mission to Sofia. Source: Z.Bocek
1/Lt Judd, Thomas M                        Skoplje, Yugoslavia                                              POW. Location, About 25 Miles South East Of Skoplje, Yugoslovia
                                                                       Claimed by JG27 30 miles NE of city, POW
2/Lt Schultz, Robert E.                    Skoplje, Yugoslavia                                              POW. Plane coded CO, near Sofia, Claimed by JG27 30 miles NE
                                                                       Claimed by JG27 30 miles NE of city, POW
Philip H. Miholich                         Trogir, Yugoslavia                                               Rtn by partisans, fire, bailed out into the sea, to the unit
                                                                       Hit by AA fire, b/o into the sea, rescuedSep. Hit by AAafter of couple of months rtd rescued by partisa
Lt Sauer, L                                Adriatic, Yugoslavia        Probably hit during attack on Zadara harbour; b/o at wT61 -about 55 km from the nearest island on Y
Lt Kolstad, Robert - pilot | 10 RTD, 1 KIA Rovinj, Yugoslavia          Mission to Udine, dmg. by flak, left formation, crew seen to b/o between R-inj and Vodnjan, last seen
5 KIA                                      Yugoslavia                  Mission to Maribor aircraft factory; probably s/d by n/f from 6./NJG01; exploded 2 m SW Maribor
Fdw Hager, Karl - KIA                      Pancevo, Yugoslavia         12 km S of town
7 KIA, 1 ?                                 Yugoslavia                  Mission STABLES 6, supply drop to Albania partisans; ftr; KIA
Flt/Lt Brodie                              Baska Voda, Yugoslavia      Hit by flak during second approach to the target; dived into the sea
Lt Howitz, L O                             Pasman Island, Yugoslavia   Bombing barracks, the a.c seen diving into the ground, presumably s/d by flak. KIA
George Perry-pilot; 10 POW                 Pula, Yugoslavia            Mission to Regensburg, ditched off coast; (16 missions). Source:Z.Bocek
                                            POW
1/Lt Nilsson, Siggurd J - pilot | 5 RTD, 5Durmitor, Yugoslavia         Mission to Regensburg, M/F on No.3 and 4 and bomb dors; attacked by e/a, 5 b/o over Germany, dm
Soper, William E.                                                                                           MIA/Rtn. Location, Pola, Italy, Point Of Departure, Foggia # 1, Ital
2/Lt White, James - pilot | 10 RTD         Mrkopalj, Yugoslavia        Mission to Steyr, No.4 hit by flak 10 minutes before target, on return 5 b/o over Delnice, 5 over M-alj,
F/S Willson, R.E                           Trogir, Yugoslavia          Engine cut after attacking a harbour; KIA
George Durney-pilot, 10 POW                Kranj, Yugoslavia           Mission to Steyr, jumped by fighters (100 missions).Source:Z.Bocek
                                           Maribor, Yugoslavia         Član foruma Avijacijabezgranica tvrdi da je pao kod Maribora. U USAF bazu upisana Austrija.
                                           Cazin,
2/Lt Bradley, Gilbert - pilot | 1 KIA; 9 evaded Yugoslavia             Mission to Regensburg, flak, fuel lines on No.2 cut, hit by e/a on return, No.1 dmg, elevators shot to p
                                           Ljubljana, Yugoslavia       Mission to Regensburg, attacked by fighters over Slovenia
McNamara, David A (Tied in with 42-32421, North American B-25C-15 Mitchell)                                  KIA. Entered the Service from, California, Tablets of the Missing a
Wood Rose - pilot; 10 POW                  Kranj, Yugoslavia           Mission to Regensburg, damaged by fighters (18 missions).Source:Z.Bocek
                                           Ljubljana, Yugoslavia       Mission to Regensburg, attacked by fighters over Ljubljana, went into the dive
                                           Ljubljana, Yugoslavia       Mission to Regensburg, attacked by fighters over Ljubljana, engine #3 on fire, crew bailed out
                                           Maribor, Yugoslavia         Član foruma Avijacijabezgranica tvrdi da je pao kod Maribora. U USAF bazu upisana Italija.
1KIA (RWG), 9 RTD                          Bosanska Krupa, Yugoslavia  Mission to regensburg, flak , No.3 out, No. 2 run away, att. by e/a over Rijeka, order to b/o at 2.42pm
3 POW, 7 evaded                            Stickna, Yugoslavia         M/F before reaching the target; on return flght hit by flak and fighters
                                           Kranj,
Alexander Kiseelburgh-pilot; 5 KIA, 5 POW Yugoslavia                   Mission to Regensburg, fighters; (19 missions). Source:Z.Bocek
Lt.Emmet-Gresham                           Prvic Island, Yugoslavia    Downed by flak; POW; escaped
                                           Krk Island, Croatia         Flak damaged over Bolzano???
F/Lt McKay, W.D                            Yugoslavia                  Engine cut; hit the ground and exploded, the pilot didn't b/o
F/O Draper                                 Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia       Hit the truck during attack on m/t; KIA
F/Lt Hayne                                 Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia       MIA on sweep near Dubrovnik; flak; f/l; POW
F/Sgt Bishop, G.F                          Vina, Yugoslavia            Missing during attack on Zaostrog, f/l
1/Lt Martin, Robert L                      Zagreb, Yugoslavia          Shot bu small AA fire, rescued by partisans
Lt Rood, GH.I | Lt Wessels, L.C            Zadar?, Yugoslavia          On P/R of Yu coast and inland communications, presumably lost through enemy action. MIA
S/Ldr Clements                             Kotor, Yugoslavia           Attacking sea-planes in Kotor Bay, flak, cr into sea off Ostri Rt, MIA
F/O Chandler                               Kotor, Yugoslavia           Attacking sea-planes in Kotor Bay, reported engine trouble, climbed and b/o
Joseph Senta-pilot; 10 evaded              Kistanje, Yugoslavia        Mission to Padua, attacked by fighters, controls shot out; all crew b/o between Pirovac and K-nje; NO
F/O Grigg, R.T (RAAF)                      Hvar Island, Yugoslavia     Seen to be giving off whitish smoke after bombing the Siebel ferry at Jelsa. Pulled up to 2000 f t and
F/O Morris, W.J.                           Korcula Island, Yugoslavia  Hit in radiator during attack on schooners near Prizba, b/o on flight to Vis Island and picked up by AS
Liles, Roy C.                                                                                                POW. Mechanical failure, Both engines quit at approx. 18o12’E. 4
                                           Yugoslavia                  Mission to Vienna, pilot's controls shot out by 2 Bf 109s, a/c was deep in Yu when 2 eng cut out, b/o
1 KIA (pilot); 9 RTD                       Sanski Most, Yugoslavia     Mission to Schwechat a/c factory, near B.Novi it began to lag behind, headed back, NO.2 run away,
F/O Wayland                                Hvar, Yugoslavia            On weather recce, engine trouble cr near Vrbovska
MIA                                        Rijeka, Yugoslavia          Claimed by P-47s SE of city; Source: Prien
MIA                                        Rijeka, Yugoslavia          Claimed by P-47s SE of city. Source: Prien
MIA                                        Rijeka, Yugoslavia          Claimed by P-47s SE of city. Source: Prien
Uffz Gerhard Blunk                         Sezana, Yugoslavia          B/o after fight with P-47s, wounded. Source: Prien
KIA                                        Rijeka, Yugoslavia          Claimed by P-47s SE of city; Source: Prien
                                            7 evaded
Clifford Magnuson-pilot; 1 KIA, 2 POW; Novo Mesto, Yugoslavia          Mission to Vilaorba, attacked by fighters (81missions). Source:Z.Bocek
Richard Munson-pilot; all evaded           Rijeka, Yugoslavia          Mission to Udine, fighters, b/o. Source:Z.Bocek
1/Lt Edward Adams-pilot                    Rijeka, Yugoslavia          Mission to Udine, attacked by 8 Fw 1090s ? near Rijeka, heavily damaged by 2 rockets in a left wing
Willard Butler-pilot, 1 RTD, 8 KIA         Gerovo, Yugoslavia          Mission to Vilaorba, hit by rocket fr. e/a near Ljubljana. tail shot off; the crippled a/c cr with 8 on board
Mallett, Walter J                                                                                            FOD. Hometown: Warren County, MS. Location, Mrzla Vodisa Vic
                                                                                                             Today's target for the bombers were the enemy airfields in the Ud
Uffz Gollasch, Paul                        Ljubljana, Yugoslavia       MIA: Source: E. Moembek
Herman Lavine-pilot; 2 POW, 8 KIA          Celje, Yugoslavia           Mission to Klagenfurt, attacked by fighters (22 missions). Source:Z.Bocek
1/Lt Grant, Charles - pilot - RTD          Novo Mesto, Yugoslavia      Mission to Steyr, 30-40m S of Graz attacked by e/a while at 23000 ft, No.3 and 4 shot out, dropped t
Capt Ogilvie-Watson, G (SAAF)              Lastovo, Yugoslavia         Hit by AAA; cr 7 miles SE of the island. Rescued by Yugoslav partisans, RTD to the unit on 30/03/19
                                           Yugoslavia                  Mission to Klagenfurt a/d; all crew POWs
4 survived, 6 KIA,                         Crekvenjak, Yugoslavia      Mission to Steyr, attacked by e/a, went into spin
                                           Yugoslavia                  Mission to Steyr, missing over Yugoslavia, J.D.Green, waist gunner MIA
Sqn Ldr P F Ellingworth ?                  Trogir, Yugoslavia                                                Kittyhawk c/l near Trogir
                                                                       Hit over Ciovo island while attacking E-boats, Mk. III FR861/ GA M (M series) / Sqdn Ldr Peter Fredr
                                           Vis, Yugoslavia             Claimed s/d during atack on Komiza harbour, German sources confirmed it MIA
                                           Vis, Yugoslavia             Claimed s/d during atack on Komiza harbour, German sources confirmed it MIA
4 KIA?, 7 RTD                              Bosanski Novi, Yugoslavia   Mission to Steyr, collided on way to target w. #622 appx at 10.30am; tail completely severed
6 KIA, 4 POW                               Mostar, Yugoslavia          Mission to Steyr, direct hit by flak over Mostar
FhjFw. Gerhard Stockman                    Zagreb, Yugoslavia          S/d attacking B-24,MIA. Source: Prien
                                           Zagreb, Yugoslavia          S/d attacking B-24,MIA. Source: Prien
FhjFw. Erich Mattei                        Zagreb, Yugoslavia          S/d attacking B-24,MIA. Source: Prien
                    1/Lt Dolphon, C Kenney - RTD            Delnice, Yugoslavia          On PR mission to Steyer, intercepted by 3 Bf 109s in Klagenfurt area and heavily dmg, b/o 12 km NW
                    Cap Spiers, C.J.                        Zastrazice, Yugoslavia       On mission to strafe Siebel ferries atDitched off Hvar Island
                    Uffz Tubel, Artur                       Karlovac, Yugoslavia         S/d attacking bomber formation, crashed SW Karlovac, captured by partisans, exchanged 24/04/194
                    Gefr Zalfen, Heinz                      Karlovac, Yugoslavia         S/d S of Karlovac; MIA ?
                                                            Ljubljana, Yugoslavia        S/d attacking bomber formation E of the city. Source: J. Prien
                     MIA                                    Ljubljana, Yugoslavia        S/d attacking bomber formation e of the city. Source: J.Prien
                                                            Yugoslavia
'Tour Jour Guy', #52                                        Bihac, Yugoslavia            Collided over Bihac with #62
                                                            Yugoslavia
                     Lt Pardoe - pilot | 5 RTD, 5? POW      Celje?, Yugoslavia           Mission to Steyr, last seen SE of the town with E/A on its tail
                     Joseph Moffitt-pilot; 3 RTD; 7 POW     Ogulin, Yugoslavia           Mission to Steyr, attacked by fighters, 2 engines out; c/l. Source:Z.Bocek
                     Robert Oleson-pilot                    Ostarije, Yugoslavia         Mission to Steyr, attacked by fighters. Source:Z.Bocek
                     CaptVogler, Charles S - pilot | 9 RTD Topusko, Yugoslavia           Mission to Steyr, M/F on No.3 and 4, on return No.2 gave up and a/c was attacked by 5 Bf 109s, c/l i
                                                            Novo Mesto, Yugoslavia       Mission to Steyr, M/F on No.1, on return attacked by Bf 109s
                                                            Bihac, Yugoslavia            Collided over Bihac with #52
                                                            Yugoslavia                   Mission to Steyr
                     2RTD, 4 POW, 5 KIA?                    Krk Island, Yugoslavia       Mission to Steyr, on return attacked by Bf 109s over the island, 6 b/o, the rest (5) unknown
                     F/S Callaghan, B J H - RTD             Loviste, Yugoslavia          On a armed recce Dubrovnik - Neum, probably hit by small AA fire, trailing black smoke, b/o 2 km E o
                     Obl Seiz, Walter                       Crikvenica                   S/d fighting against P-38s; b/o and landed inland, opposite the Krk Island; returned to the unit. Sourc
                     Cpt Price, Joe C - pilot               Medak, Yugoslavia            Mission to Steyr, M/F on No.3 and 4, c/l near Gospic
                     Robert Danijels-pilot                  Sarajevo, Yugoslavia         Mission to Budapest, flak knocked out 2 engines. Source:Z.Bocek
                     Clair Carlson-pilot, 1 RTD 2 KIA 7 POWPancevo, Yugoslavia           Mission to Budapest, damaged by fighters, 2 engines out; (22 missions). Source:Z.Bocek
                     Albert Ross Jr - pilot; 1 KIA; 9 POW Mostar, Yugoslavia             Mission to Budapest, fighters (49 missions). Source:Z.Bocek
                     5 KIA                                  Yugoslavia                   Mission to Budapest, claimed by n/f?
                     all MIA                                Podgorica, Yugoslavia        Supply drop to Berane, s/d by Bf 109 of 1./NAGr.12
                                                            Adriatic, Yugoslavia         Mission to Bucharest, there is reference the a/c went down off the coast of Yu
                     2/Lt Lindstrom, John R "Swede" - RTD Belgrade, Yugoslavia                                               Escort to
                                                                                         Escort to Bucharest, leaking fuel, OOF, b/o Bucharest, Hungry, leaking fuel, fuel exhausted, bailed o
                     2/Lt Buchier, Joseph E - pilot | 9 RTD Pranjani, Yugoslavia         Mission to Brasov, No.2, 3 and 4 hit by flak, all b/o at 10:45am 20 m from town, picked by chetniks. N
                     Uffz Steinheuer, Bertram               Ogulin, Yugoslavia           MIA. Source: E. Moembek
                     1/Lt Lord, Clifford V.                 Yugoslavia                   B/o over Yugoslavia, KIA            FOD. Pilot bailed out over Yugoslavia, HOMETOWN, Milwaukee,
                                                            Zagreb, Yugoslavia           S/d by fighters ?
                                                            Zagreb, Yugoslavia           S/d by fighters ?
                     Valley, Faye R                                                                                          KIA/FOD, Yugoslovia
                                                            Brinje, Yugoslavia           Pilot b/o, RTD to the unit
                                                            Mljet Island, Yugoslavia     Intercepted and s/d by No 73 Spitfires
                     2 KIA                                  Yugoslavia                   Crashed into Dunav River on mining mission between Belgrade and Bazias
                     7 KIA                                  Zemunik, Yugoslavia          Crashed on taking on
                                                            Papuk, Yugoslavia            Force landed
                     Tenente Mecatti, Mario                 Trnovica, Yugoslavia         Hit by AA while strafing 11 km NNW Slano, b/o, rescued by partisans, rtd on 12.May. Info: via D.Frka
                                                            Yugoslavia                   Crash-landed in Yugoslavia, crew evaded
                                                            Yugoslavia                   Mission to Zagreb, MIA
                                                            Sanski Most, Yugoslavia      Mission to Bad Vaslau, hit by flak and fighters, crew b/o and picked up by C-47 so there is no MACR
                                                            Yugoslavia                   where ?
                     Earl Martin-pilot; 3 POW, 7 evaded     Bjelovar, Yugoslavia         Mission to Gyor, flak, right wing on fire, b/o N of Slavonska Pozega
                     all RTD                                Lastovo Island, Yugoslavia   Mission to Budapest r/y, ditched on return OOF
                     Cpt Ashmead, Ronald E                  Vis, Yugoslavia                                                  Ditched N
                                                                                         Ditched N of the island, picked by RAF ASR of the island, picked by RAF Air Sea Rescue, Vis, Yugo
                                                            Belgrade, Yugoslavia         Cr. on take off, 85% damaged
                                                            Bileca, Yugoslavia           Mission to Bucharest, due to adverse weather bombed alt. target Nis, OOF, all b/o
                     Preston-pilot; 10 KIA                  Nis, Yugoslavia              Mission to Nis; flak. Source:Z.Bocek
                     William Kilpatrick pilot; all 10 rtd   Nis, Yugoslavia              Mission to Ploesti, damaged by flak, engines 1&2 out; ANOTHER SOURCE CITES THIS LOSS OTH
                     5 KIA                                  Bor, Yugoslavia              Mission to Turnu Severin, probably hit by flak on return flight
                                                            Paracin, Yugoslavia          Mission to Bucharest, electric system went out w/o no apparent reason, all b/o but a pilot
                                                            Zemun, Yugoslavia            90 % damaged during allied bombing on a/d
                                       Zemun, Yugoslavia           75 % damaged during allied bombing on a/d
F/O Barrett, John W                    Yugoslavia                                                      S/d. Location, by chetniks
                                                                   S/d during escort, target Brasov, b/o and rescuedApprox, 52 Miles E-Of Belgrade, Point Of Departure
Warburton-pilot | 10 RTD               Tulare, Yugoslavia          Mission to Turnu Severin, No.2 knocked out and right wing holed by flak over target, b/o 30-40 min a
William Headrick-pilot; 2 POW; 8 KIA Belgrade, Yugoslavia          Mission to Belgrade m/y; flak. Source:Z.Bocek
                                       Belgrade, Yugoslavia        Mission to Belgrade m/y; flak
Robert Voss-pilot; 1 POW, 9 evaded Niksic, Yugoslavia              Mission to Brasov; flak; (9 missions). Source:Z.Bocek
Lt Baetjer, Edward - RTD               Yugoslavia                                                      B/o. Coded WZ-Q,
                                                                   Hit by AA from B-24, b/o 30 miles W of Turnu-Severin Location, 25 Mi N N E Of Nis, Yugoslavia, Poin
                                       Belgrade, Yugoslavia        S/d by allied fighters
                                       Yugoslavia
Harry, Luther M                        Yugoslavia                  (1) see above                       KIA/FOD, Yugoslavia
2/Lt Lewis, Cecil O.                   Yugoslavia                                                      POW. Location, Just South Of Little Village Of D. Brovac, About 6
                                                                   Escorting bombers to Yugoslavia and Bulgaria (1); b/o 50 nm W from Belgrade; POW
F/S Oates, A                           Metkovic, Yugoslavia        Hit by flak escorting Spits of No 73, coolant system failed, b/o
W/O McCall                             Brac Island, Yugoslavia     Brought down by AAA
4 KIA, 1 POW                           Yugoslavia                  Mission to Budapest 16/17 April; 6./NJG101 claimed one bomber near Dalj, wounded crew-member t
Nolen, Cyril                                                                                           Coded UN-9. Plane named *Barfly*, based at Salsola (Foggia Sat
                                       Stolac, Yugoslavia          Mission to Turnu Severin, low on fuel over target, on return 2 eng cut out over Adriatic coast, turned
                                       Metkovic, Yugoslavia        Mission to Bucharest
                                       Yugoslavia
                                       Zemun, Yugoslavia           Mission to Bucharest
                                       Yugoslavia                  Ditched near Vis island
3 KIA?                                 Brezice, Yugoslavia         Mission to Wiener neustadt, attacked by 6 Bf 109s and Me 410s, fuel tank exploded setting a/c on fir
                                       Yugoslavia
1/Lt Davis, Joe G - pilot              Slunj, Yugoslavia           Mission to Schwechat, No.1 and 4 dmg by flak, oxygen system out, all b/o fr 5000 m because a/c cou
                                       Bjelovar, Yugoslavia
Capt Trafton, Frederick Osborn Jr. - RTD                                                              WIA. Location, Lake Balaton And b/o S of town due to blood loss
                                                                   Escort to Wiener Neustadt, a/c dmg in dogfight with Bf 109s, injured, Zalaegerszeg Area, Hungary, P
1 KIA; 9 evaded                        Yugoslavia                  Mission to Vienna, dmg by flak, crash-landed in Yugoslavia
                                       Ljubljana, Yugoslavia



                                       Prokuplje, Yugoslavia       Mission to Bucharest
Darell Mayfield-pilot, 3 KIA 7 POW     Kranj, Yugoslavia           Mission to Steyr, hit by fighters. Source: Z.Bocek
                                       Vis Island, Yugoslavia      Crashed during the landing, DBR
F/S Nicklin (RAAF)                     Tivat, Yugoslavia           Probably hit by flak, c/l 2 m SSE of Tivat, seen to leave a/c and run from it
Lt Leisegang , C.G (SAAF)              Zuljana, Yugoslavia         Attack on Ploce harbour. Hit in the engine caused a glycol leak. A pilot wounded, b/o over sea SW of
F/O Cox, J.D                           Sucuraj, Yugoslavia         Shipping recce near Brac and Hvar; flak; cr at Hvar Island
W/O Stenning, G                        Doli, Yugoslavia            Hit by flak on offensive sweep Ston - Orasac, b/o 3 m from town
Klos, Robert L.                                                                                          FOD. Hometown: Missoula County, MT, Location, S S E Of Kralje
1 POW; 9 evaded                          Cuprija, Yugoslavia       Mission to Ploesti, No.2 hit by flak, all b/o, a/c crashed and burned, picked by chetniks
Lt Weiss, Robert - pilot | 7 RTD , 3 POW Pozega, Yugoslavia        Mission to Brasov, No.3 dmg by flak over target, on return jett. all eqp. but couldn't keep altitude. all b
Lt Wiliam Kenneth King - pilot           Yugoslavia                Mission to Ploesti
                                         Yugoslavia
2/Lt Fitch, Arthur J - RTD               Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia                                       Location, 7 Miles
                                                                   Escort to Turnu Severin, dmg, b/o NE of the town N Of Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia, Point Of Departure
4 KIA, 2 RTD, 4 ???                      Kursumlija, Yugoslavia    Mission to Bucharest m.y, M/F on way to target, received direct hit in No.2 over target, on return low
1 rescued by chetniks                    Danilovgrad, Yugoslavia   Mission to Bucharest m/y, RTD to base before reaching IP due to M/F, b/o 3 miles N of town
6 KIA, 4 POW                             Belgrade?, Yugoslavia     Mission to Belgrade, MIA
                                         Yugoslavia
1 KIA, 4 RTD                             Petrovac, Yugoslavia      Mission to Bucharest, damaged by flak, abandoned a/c over Yu, 1 crew-member died from severe w
1/Lt McLaughlin - pilot | 2 KIA at least Maribor, Yugoslavia       Mission to Wiener Neustadt, heavy flak over target, attacked by e/a on return, it had only one good e
                                         Zagreb, Yugoslavia        Mission to Wiener Neustadt, b/o app. 10 m SW of the city
                                         Yugoslavia                Mission to Wiener Neustadt, flak, ditched near Zut Island ?
                                         Yugoslavia                Mission to Wiener Neustadt
Edward Smithwick-pilot                   Popovac, Yugoslavia       Mission to Wiener Neustadt; flak. Source: Z. Bocek
1/Lt Lackey, James E - pilot             Karlovac, Yugoslavia      Mission to Wiener Neustadt, No.1 severely dmg, hydraulics out, lost formation near Zagreb, all b/o
1/Lt Franklin, Lathrope - RTD            Glina, Yugoslavia         Escort ot Wiener Neustadt, s/d by Bf 109s, also claimed one Bf 109, rsc, by partisans 109s, also cla
                                                                                                      Numbered 89, Escort to Wiener Neustadt, s/d by Bf
2/Lt Jones, John A - RTD                   Senj, Yugoslavia                                                  right eng before Neustadt, mechanical failure on return, a/c befo
                                                                      Escort to Wiener Neustadt, M/F onEscort to Wiener reaching Austrian border, tried toright engine caug
F/S Hopkinson                              Trebinje, Yugoslavia       hit by AAA on offensive sweep Trebinje - Poljice; seen trailing black smoke ; cr and turned over; not s
7 KIA                                      Yugoslavia                 Mission to Budapest, night of 10/11 May
                                           Vis Island, Yugoslavia     ##########################
F/O Wyndham                                Vis Island, Yugoslavia     b/o over the island after being hit during attack on shiping; rescued by ASR
Lt RW Rowan                                Yugoslavia                 hit and exploded during attack; KIA;
F/O J.M. Finnie (RCAF)                     Raznak, Yugoslavia         downed by flak while attacking schooners, and later m/t; cr on outskirts of the town; KIA
Lt P A Bosch (SAAF)                        Hvar Island, Yugoslavia    Hit by 40 mm flak during attack aginst Ploce harbour; ditched 1/2 m S Hvar
F/O Millington, David - pilot              Plav, Yugoslavia           Mission to Ploesti, oil leak on No.2, jett. bombs and headed home, all b/o
                                           Bor,
2/Lt Brownell, John F - pilot | 8 RTD, 2 POW Yugoslavia               Mission to Ploesti, lost generators on way to the target, on rtrn hit by flak over Bor, No.2 and 3 cut ou
Herschel McLain-pilot                      Mostar, Yugoslavia         Mission to Ploesti, damaged by flak (24 missions)
                                           Belgrade, Yugoslavia       technical problems, crew bailed out before reaching the target Belgrade, 10 evaded
                                           Kicevo, Yugoslavia         Mission to Ploesti, No.4 lost to flak, 1/2 hrs later No.3 fetahered, when No.1 cut a/c went into spin fr 1
1 KIA                                      Leskovac, Yugoslavia       Mission to Ploesti, attacked by 9 Bf 109s 1/2 hrs after leaving target, 2 eng. destroyed, all b/o but N/G
F/O W.V. Whittaker                         Korcula, Yugoslavia        target land mine depo at Pupnat; last seen in steep dive over the target; desintegrating on impact 2 m
S/Ldr Wattson                              B Krupa, Yugoslavia        offensive patrol Bihac - Banja Luka, missiing after attacking the staff car W of B Krupa; KIA
F/O J N Grey                               Yugoslavia                 Hit by flak while attacking shipping in Podgora Channel; b/o but parachute opend just before hitting th
P/O W Tye                                  Yugoslavia                 Reported engine trouble during the attack on shipings in Podgora channel, MIA on return to flight to V
                                           Brac, Yugoslavia           ##########################
Lt. Mann, Harrison                         Vis, Yugoslavia            MIA. Info: via Raus                   FOD. Vis, Yugoslavia, Hometown: New York County, NY. Location
Robert Close-pilot(KIA); 9 POW             Celje, Yugoslavia          Mission to Atzgersdorf, s/d by Bf 109 from JG 27
James Clem-pilot; 6 evaded; 4 KIA          Petrinja, Yugoslavia       Shot down by Bf 109 over Sisak
Hitchcock, Mervin J                                                                                         POW. Middle East Theatre: Yugoslavia, Stalag Luft 3 Sagan-Siles
                                           NE Bosnia                  Claimed by RAF No 249 Sqn
                                           NE Bosnia                  Claimed by RAF No 249 Sqn
                                           NE Bosnia                  Claimed by RAF No 249 Sqn
                                           NE Bosnia                  Claimed by RAF No 249 Sqn
S/Ldr Chase                                Bihac, Yugoslavia          S/d attacking a/d; POW
W/O Buckley, T.W                           Bihac, Yugoslavia          S/d by flak during airfield attack; KIA
Sgt Tuffnell                               Bihac, Yugoslavia          Offensive sweep Bihac - Banja Luka; c/l on Bihac a/d due to glycol leak; turned over, right wing rippe
W/O E H Baker                              Ripac, Yugoslavia          Hit by flak, KIA
W/O Theobald, H.L.                         Maljkovo, Yugoslavia       Hit by flak attacking m/t on road B Grahovo - Crni Lug; b/o from 1500 ft and landed 8 m NW from the
                                           Buzim, Yugoslavia          Claimed by 2nd Lt. Thomas Edward Maloney from P-38 (27.FS/1.FG) (confirmed)
Lt Osterwald, Wolfgang                     Yugoslavia                 MIA 50 km S of Zagreb; Source: E. Momebek
Thomas, Garrett R.                                                                                          POW. Location, Banjaluka, Yugoslavia, Point Of Departure, Vince
Clark, Robert Fredrick                                                                                      Entered the Service from, Texas, Tablets of the Missing at Florenc
1/Lt Hendricks, Raymond                    B. Krupa ?, Yugoslavia     Mission to Atzgersdorf, attacked by 8 Bf 109s near Zagreb, No.3 dmg, fuel lines cut, b/o , a.c cr. on b
1 KIA, POW, Evaded                         Zagreb, Yugoslavia         Mission to Atzgersdorf, attacked by 15 Bf 109s - from JG 77 - 45 m N of Zagreb
3 KIA; 2 POW; 5 rescued                    Kamnik, Yugoslavia         Mission to Wollesdorf a/d, flak
Jones, Lawrence M                                                                                           POW. Location, S E Coast Of Sitba Is. Yugoslavia, Point Of Depa
Possibly Simmons, Harry E                                                                                   FOD. this MACR belongs to 42-23285, P47D, Location, Approxim
                                           Sanski Most, Yugoslavia
2/Lt Prince, George - pilot | 5 b/o at least                          Missiion to Wiener Neustadt, hit by flak and fighters, No 2 on fire, on return attacked by Bf 109s over
                                           Korcula, Yugoslavia        Mission to Ploesti, flak, crew b/o over the island
                                           Yugoslavia                 At least one crew memeber b/o over Yu and POW in Stalag IV
all MIA                                    Vis, Yugoslavia            Mission to Ploesti damaged by flak, ditched in Adriatic
2/Lt Karle, John George - RTD              Metkovic?, Yugoslavia                                            B/o. Location, Babnjak, Bf 109, went into spin, recovered and hea
                                                                      Escort to Ploesti, unable to drop the tank while attacked byYugoslavia, Point Of Departure, Madna, It
7 KIA                                      Yugoslavia                 Mission to Poland; it might be the victim of n/f, claimed S of Subotica
                                           Susak Island, Yugoslavia   Mission to Cluj, on return b/o over the island, reason ?; 4 KIA(drowned), 6 rescued(1 wounded) by pa
F/Lt Gilpin                                Stafelic, Yugoslavia       Reported oil coming from the engine, windscreen covered in oil. Tried to return to Vis, but has to cut
Bryan, William L. Jr.,                                                                                      S/d. Escort to Budapest, oxygen system and radio shot up by Bf 1
Sgt Greenwood, RR - pilot                  Vis island, Yugoslavia     Mission to Split, received flak dmg to p/t engine while at 12000 ft, directed to Vis, 10-15 m before isla
                                           Brac Island, Yugoslavia    Shot-down by 73 Sqn Spitfires S of island
Robert Davies-pilot                        Uzice, Yugoslavia          Mission to Belgrade; flak, two engines out
                                                            Yugoslavia                  Mission to Ploesti, No.3 and 4 hit by flak, fuel leak, e/a dmg No.2, 7 b/o in Romania, remaining 3 b/o
                                                            Pozega, Yugoslavia          Mission to Ploesti, flak over target, on rallying hit by fighters, first lost No.1 and 2, and on return No.4
                                                            Zagubica, Yugoslavia        Mission to Romania; a crew member b/o over Yugoslavia; to be confirmed
                                                            Vis, Yugoslavia             Hit by flak, crashed 7 m SE from Vis Island; TO BE CHECKED
                    F/Lt Twomey                             Knin, Yugoslavia            flak; b/o; rescued by partisans
                    W/O Lavoie                              Veliki Radic, Yugoslavia    Hit by flak; cr 7 m W of town
                                                            Zagubica, Yugoslavia        Mission to Ploesti, at least 4 crew members b/o, to check if a/c was lost
                    Lt McClellanm William D - RTD           Grabovo, Yugoslavia                                               WIA. eng dmg by Bf 109 while strafing roads, also lost canopy,
                                                                                        On dive bombing mission to Ploesti, rightDive bombingamission to Ploesti, right engine damaged by a
                    Hoenshell, Carl C                                                                                         KIA . On the way home when he and Lt Hatch were caught withou
                    Lt Janci, Rudolph M                      Soko Banja, Yugoslavia     On dive bombing mission to Ploesti, claimed one Bf 109 s/d, dmg by flak and e/a, c/l on return, a/c bu
                                                                                                                              POW . Soko Banja, Yugoslavia
                    2/Lt Leslie, Walter T.                   Nis, Yugoslavia                                                  Rtn. miles WNW flak Nis; Romania,
                                                                                        Damaged by flak over Romania, b/o 20 Damaged byfrom over evaded pilot bailed out 20 miles WN
                                                             Raska, Yugoslavia          attacked Giurgiu Oil Storage in Romania, damaged by flak and fighters
                                                             Vis, Yugoslavia            Claimed by 1/Lt Curtis, Robert C. from 52.FG - I don't have it confirmed
                     Robert Davies-pilot                     Brod, Yugoslavia           Mission to Munich; flak - there is also info this a/c belonged to 777th BS and was lost 14/06/44
                     Lt Smith, Homer - pilot                 Pljesevica, Yugoslavia     Mission to Munich, No.1 hit over target, both wings holed, all b/o 10 m W of Bihac, a/c seen to cr., rsc
                     Obfw.Friedrich Meder | Uffz. Paul KiehnVirovitica, Yugoslavia      MIA 10 km SE of town in fight with P-51s; Info: ABG forum
                     pilot ? | Stfw. Helmut Vesper - KIA     Virovitica, Yugoslavia     Info : ABG forum
                                                             Brod?, Yugoslavia
                     Charles Britton-pilot; 5 evaded, 5 POW Banja Luka, Yugoslavia      Mission to Budapest, on return attacked by Ju 88 6 NM SE Banja Luka, engines on fire, crew b/o
                     2/Lt White, William D. - RTD            Vocin, Yugoslavia                                                 B/o. battle damage with 17°10' E., Point b/o, RTD 17 Jul. Info: B.
                                                                                        Escort to Budapest, oil leak because of Location, 45°48' N, Me 410s, safely Of Departure, San Sever
                     Shelby Vaughn-pilot; 10 evaded          Djurdjevac, Yugoslavia     Mission to VIenna; 2 engines out; (38 missions)
                                                             Glamoc, Yugoslavia         Mission to Vienna, No.1 and 4 dmg by flak, ver. and hor. controls dmg., on return Bf 109 hit No.1, b/o
                     evaded                                  Imotski, Yugoslavia        Mission to Vienna; flak and fighters; b/o
                     Lt Goza - pilot | 2 RTD, 8 POW          Virovitica, Yugoslavia     Mission to Vienna, hit by flak over target losing No.1 and 4, later catching fire, on return losing altitud
                     F/Sgt Holloway, M.E. - pilot | 6 POW Senta, Yugoslavia             Mission to Timisoara, developed fire, probably shot by flak
                     P/O Melville                            Stari Majdan, Yugoslavia   offensive sweep B Novi - Prijedor - B. Petrovac; hit by AAA; c/l and seen to walk away from the a/c
                                                             Knin, Yugoslavia           engine cut; TO BE CHECKED
                     F/S Spence, J.A. | F/S Barnes, N.E.J. Pag Island, Yugoslavia       Shot down attacking shippings at Novalja; KIA
                     2/Lt Snider, Harley - pilot | 10 RTD    Kljuc, Yugoslavia          Mission to Vienna, hydraulics shot out by flak, on return gradually lost power in all 4 eng, all b/o, A/C
                     all POW                                 Yugoslavia                 Mission to Giurgiu; flak over target, 2 engines failed, b/o over Yug
                     Fisher, Frederick Edwin                                                                                   KIA. Hometown: Henrico County, VA. Location, Approximately 20
                                                             Tetovo, POW
                     Maj Smith, Walter A - pilot - 1(bomb) RTD, otherYugoslavia         Engine trouble before target, after unloading bombs all b/o
                                                             Vis, Yugoslavia            crashed on Vis island on return
                     1 POW, rest RTD                         Varazdin,Yugoslavia        set upon by fighters over Hungary; there is a conflict with another B-24 s/n
'Miss Lee Ding', #75                                         Yugoslavia                 Mission to Schwechat, Austria, flak, crew abandoned the ship near Adriatic coast
                     F/Lt Bremner                            Zagreb, Yugoslavia         Ftr from attacking a/d betwen Karlovac and Zagreb
                     8 RTD                                   Kosinj, Yugoslavia         Mission to Vienna, M/F on No.4, then No1 run awway, all b/o at 9.45am W of village, partisans
                     2nd Lt Van den Bergh                    Banja Luka, Yugoslavia     flak; crashed after destroying Ju-87 on the a/d; rescued by partisans
                     Sgt Woodruff                            Sarajevo, Yugoslavia       hit by flak attacking a/d; parachute tangled into the tail; MIA
                     F/Lt De Bleoeme - pilot, 6 POW          Tetovo, Yugoslavia         Mission on 28/29 to Giurgiu, reported iner port engine on fire, last heard at 04.22
                     Gerfr. Rohlfs                           Yugoslavia                 Shot down 50 nm SE of Zagreb; POW by partisans, exchanged
                     Fw. Schafer                             Yugoslavia                 Shot down 50 nm SE of Zagreb; POW by partisans, exchanged
                     Fw. Horn                                Yugoslavia                 MIA, 50 nm SE of Zagreb
                     Charles Dodrill- pilot; 10 returned     Vis Island, Yugoslavia     Mission to Blechamer, ditched off the island
                     1/Lt Robertson - pilot                  Derventa, Yugoslavia       The pilot last left a/c, S of the town
                     5 RTD                                   Sabac, Yugoslavia          Mission to minnining Danube, s/d while flying 50 ft over the river, rsc. by partisans and chetniks
                     2 KIA, 3 MIA                            Yugoslavia                 Mission to minnining Danube near Belgrade
                     4 KIA; 1 POW                            Yugoslavia                 MIA on mininig of Danube between Pancevo and Smederevo
                     5 KIA                                   Yugoslavia                 Mission to minnining Danube near Belgrade
                                                             Yugoslavia                 Possibly hit over B. Brod m/y, jumped by fighters, crew b/o; this is doubtfull entry, might have crashe
                     Clyde Pate-pilot                        Sarajevo, Yugoslavia       Mission to Vinkovci, mechanical failure, two superchargers out
                     9 rescued, 1 KIA                        Adriatic, Yugoslavia       Mission to Szolnok, flak over target, hit again 20 m from Yugoslav coast, ditched between Korcula an
                                                             Kresevo?, Yugoslavia       Mission to Budapest, M/F on No.1 and 3, No.1 caught fire, turned home, all b/o, rsc by chetniks
                   Lt Ralph 'Kidd' Hofer                     Mostar, Yugoslavia             KIA, fighting with Bf109 over Budapest
                                                             Vis, Yugoslavia
                   2/Lt Bryan, William L. Jr. - rescued by partisan boat after 45 minutes   Escort to Budapest, oxygen system and radio shot up by Bf 109, headed for Vis where 5 m E of the i
                                                             Trebinje, Yugoslavia           Bucharest Mogasaia Oil Storage, crew bailed out duee to mechanical failure
                                                             Yugoslavia
                   2/Lt Turner, Billy T.                     Zepa, Yugoslavia                                                   POW. Unknown engine, on return other engine cut, pilot flew his
                                                                                            Escort mission to S. Germany?, lost pressure in s/bcause, Lt. Turner was not feeling well butthought
                   2 KIA, 3 POW                              Pirot, Yugoslavia              Mission on 2/3 to Bucharest Prahova, s/d by n/f, POWs by Bulgarians
                   2 KIA; 3 MIA                              Yugoslavia                     Mission on 2/3 to Bucharest Prahova; ftr
                   2/Lt Volk, Ralph - pilot | 10 RTD         Lapovo, Yugoslavia             Mission to Pitesti, M/F on No.1 and 2 eng, after No.4 cut out all b/o, rsc by chetniks
                                                             Yugoslavia                     MIA on SOE mission
                                                             Yugoslavia                     claimed by n/f ?
                                                             Yugoslavia                     claimed by n/f ?
                   William Runyan- pilot, 2 POW 8 KIA Rovinj, Yugoslavia                    Mission to Parma; attacked by fighters and exploded (54 missions)
                   F/Lt Jacobsen, C.F. (RNZAF)               Yugoslavia                     KIA; I have a reference that the date of death is 23/06/1944
                   F/O Delaney                               Bugojno, Yugoslavia            downed by flak attacking m/t on Bugojno - Livno road
                   10 RTD                                    Donje Vukovsko, Yugoslavia     Mission to Breslau, fighters, No.2 dmg and oil links cut, all b/o
                   8 RTD, 2 MIA                              Korcula, Yugoslavia            Mission to Blechhammer, flak over target, tried to reach Vis, b/o near Adriatic coast
                                                             Zagreb, Yugoslavia
                   6 KIA                                     Yugoslavia                     Mission to Fuersbrunn on 6/7; ftr; n/f ?
                   Sgt McCaferty                             Yugoslavia                     Hit by flak attackiin Siebel ferries in Biokovo Channel; crashed as he tried to break away; acft explod
                   4 KIA; 1 RTD                              Krapina, Yugoslavia            Mission to Fuersbrunn on 6/7. Probably claimed by nf. Additional info: D. Frka
                                                             Pakrac, Yugoslavia             Mission to Blechammer, M/F on No.3 near Lake Balaton, No.4 cut over target, all b/o, a/c cr and burn
                   Freeland Dunker-pilot (KIA)               Varazdin, Yugoslavia           Mission to Vienna, No.1 and 2 knocked by flak, all b/o at 12 noon. Additional info: 2 POWs near Vara
                                                             Yugoslavia                     Mission to Vienna, hit by flak, gus lines cut, b/o evor Yu.
                   Lt Botvidson, Charles                     Vis, Yugoslavia                                                       B/o. Battle damaged,
                                                                                            Battle damaged, b/o near the island, picked by partisans bailed out near the island, picked by partisan
                   All evaded?                               Mostar, Yugoslavia             Mission to Ploesti, downed over Mostar
                   1/Lt Driggers, Clyde E - pilot | all 9 RTDUzice, Yugoslavia              Mission to Ploesti, 2 engines and ailerons dmg. by flak, all b/o at 12.30 hrs, rsc by chetniks
'Never a Dull Moment'                                        Yugoslavia                     reference: Preston Angleberger survived
                   Sgt Wilson                                Gospic, Yugoslavia             hit by flak; f/l 12 miles SE Gospic; rescued by partisans
                                                             Cabuna, Yugoslavia             Mission to Budapest, No.4 had oil leak and then cut on bomb run, after rapidly losing alt. on return, a
                   P/O Hampton                               Imotski, Yugoslavia            hit by small arms fire; lost coolant; b/o at 3000 m, parachute tangled into the tail; KIA
                   2 KIA; 3 ?                                Brod, Yugoslavia               Mission to Brod, flak, cr 10 m S of town
                   F/O L.A.Chandler / F/O J.H. Lamb          Borovo, Yugoslavia             Hit in the port engine while attacking the train at 45:24N 18:57E; caught fire and cr in shallow dive N
                                                             Nis, Yugoslavia                Mission to Ploesti, No.3 lost to flak over target, hit by BF 109s near Nis (8./JG 77 ?), all b/o, a/c blew
                   Scroggs, J. E. - pilot - 10 RTD           Uzice, Yugoslavia              Mission to Ploesti, gas leak 2 hrs before tarhet, flak at IP, all b/o on return, rsc by chetniks
                   Reily, Charles - pilot | 1 KIA (nav)      Adriatic, Yugoslavia           Mission to Ploesti, severe flak damage over target, b/o between Hvar and Vis islands
                                                             Niksic, Yugoslavia             Mission to Ploesti, No.3 run away, all bailed out
                                                             Bor, Yugoslavia                Mission to Ploesti, on return flight direct hit by flak over Bor, right wing felt off, a/c went into spin and
                                                             Kraljevo, Yugoslavia           Mission to Ploesti
                   7 RTD, 1 KIA                              Yugoslavia                     Mission to Ploesti, severely dmg by flak over target, all b/o over Yu, one of the crewmembers burried
                   1/Lt Filpatrick, Wiliam - pilot           Donja Mutnica, Yugoslavia      Mission to Ploesti, lost 2 engines to flak, fuel lines cut, OOF, all b/o, a/c crand burned. Rsc by chetnik
                   W/O Ulrich (RAAF)                         Kornat Isl, Yugoslavia         Hit by 40 mm AA while attacking Siebel ferries; b/o Kornat Island, picked by partisans and returned to
                   Flt/Lt Sinclair                           Yugoslavia                     Hit while on strafing mission in Bihac area, crashed near Adriatic coast, POW ?
                                                              1 evaded
                   2/Lt. James M. Pumford - pilot. 9 POW, Sunja, Yugoslavia                 Hit by flak just before bombing run, one engine on fire
                   Richard George-pilot; 10 evaded           Koprivnica, Yugoslavia         Mission to Vienna, crashed due to mechanical failure (1 missions)
                   2/Lt Randell, Fety | 5 RTD, 5 POW? Bjelovar, Yugoslavia                  Mission to Budapest, direct hit by flak to nose and bomb bay, 5 b/o over target, one of the engines fe
                   2nd/Lt Moore, J                           Slatina, Yugoslavia            hit by AAA during the sweep between Sisak and Zagreb, b/o, returned to the unit in August '44
                   P/O Bootherstone                          Slatina, Yugoslavia            MIA on sweep between Sisak and Zagreb
                   5 MIA                                     Smederevo, Yugoslavia          Mission to Smederevo, pres. crashed in Yu
                                                             Yugoslavia                     there is a reference that this a/c crashed in NW Bosnia; ex USAAF s/n 42-92749
                   5 KIA                                     Smederevo, Yugoslavia          Mission to Smederevo oil rafinery; MIA
                   Tenente Leonesio Silvio                   Podhumlje, Yugoslavia          B/o over Brac Island on return flight from op, KIA, buried by partisans. Info: via D. Frka
                   Llt/Lt Walker                             Zuljana, Yugoslavia            Hit by flak at Zuljana, ditched 1/4 m offshore; picked by Catalina 2 h later
                                                             Pula, Yugoslavia               hit over Germany, aircraft exploded in mid-air as the crew b/o over Pula, saved by partisans
                                           Bajinci,
F/O Paterson, A.T (RCAF)| F/S H.W.McDonald Yugoslavia                       Hit in the engine while attacking M/T in Vinkovci-Novska area; observed to be in difficulties; c/l at 45:
                                           Rozaje, Yugoslavia               claimed destroyed by No 213 Sqn near Rozaje
                                           Yugoslavia                       claimed destroyed by No 213 Sqn
                                           Yugoslavia                       Attacked by n/f while circling over LG, left wing and engine set on fire, exploded in the air
2/Lt Nixon, Lewis - pilot | crew of 11 Ljubljana, Yugoslavia                Mission to Brux, No.3 received direct hit by flak, again hit over Klagenfurt, controls and left wings wer
D N A Hunter                               Senj, Yugoslavia                 Flak; ditched 10 m SW Senj; acft turned over; no dinghy observed
F/Lt P Quine                               Yugoslavia                       f/l attackings roads Bihac-Lapac-Knin-Drnis
Cpt. Walker, James                         Yugoslavia                       Hit by AAA flying at 23000ft on return from a mission to Ploesti, rescued by partisans and rtd after 32
                                           Vis, Yugoslavia                  crashed on Vis island afterthe mission to ...; double entry serial;
2/Lt Rye, William - pilot | 10 RTD         Kragujevac, Yugoslavia           Mission to Ploesti, lost No.4 to flak over target, on return further dmg by flak over Bor, all b/o, picked
10 RTD                                     Pirot, Yugoslavia                Mission to Ploesti, loss No.3 and oxygen systen over target, on return hit by Bf 109s, all b/o after No.
all POW                                    Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia            Mission to Ploesti, on the way to the target engines overheating. Order to b/o and a/c last seen head
                                           Yugoslavia
2nd Lt Austin F. Watkins                   Yugoslavia?                      Hit by AAA while strafing enemy positions near Prizren
F/O J A Wall                               Prolog, Yugoslavia               force landed after having been hit by AAA attacking Gospic area; c/l, seen running from the acft
Sgt G Taylor                               Krk Island, Yugoslavia           Failed to randevouz after attacking boats at Baskanovo, Krk; buried on Krk by partisans
                                           Lasko, Yugoslavia                Mission to Linz, M/F on No.1and 2 before IP, hit over target by flak and on return over Graz, all b/o
                                            RTD
2/Lt Hills, William - pil | 1 KIA; 3 POW; 8Marina, Yugoslavia               Mission to Graz, hit by flak, headed for Vis, 3 b/o near Drnis, No.2 cut over Solta, turned back and th
                                           Debar, Yugoslavia                Mission to oil storage in S Albania, M/F on No.1, 2 and 3, hit by flak as it turned fr. target, b/o 8 m SE
2/Lt Jackson, Chaldes                      Zagreb, Yugoslavia               Escort to Austria, engine cut on return, he might've flown through flak screen, b/o 6 km NW of city, rs
F/S Smailes, A A                           Urosevac, Yugoslavia             hit by flak, had to c/l 3 m N of target; laste seen getting out of a/c, heading east; POW
2/Lt Kerros, Glen A - pilot                Raska, Yugoslavia                Mission to Ploesti
                                           Yugoslavia                       Mission to Ploesti
                                           Raska, Yugoslavia                Mission to Ploesti, No.1 and 4 dmg by flak over target, on return escorted by 4 P-38 until No.2 fether
Lt Holst - pilot                           Yugoslavia                       Mission to Ploesti
Reid, David W. Jr.                                                                                                POW. Mechanical Failure, Just short of the target Lt. Reid’s left en
David Conner-pilot                         Sjenica, Yugoslavia              Mission to Ploesti; hit by flak
Lt Vernon - pilot                          Yugoslavia                       Mission to Ploesti
2/Lt Nelson, Elliot - pilot | 9 RTD        Plana (BIleca), Yugoslavia       Mission to Ploesti, 3 s/c gave out over target all b/o and rescued by partisans
                                           Cacak, Yugoslavia                Mission to Ploesti, controls partly shot out by flak, all b/o at 11am fr 1000 ft, some picked by chetniks
all RTD                                    Podgorica, Yugoslavia            Mission to Ploesti, ran through flames of another a/c hit by a bomb, No 1 dmg and gas leak, all b/o. 3
2 evaded; 2 POW                            Sarajevo, Yugoslavia             Hit after the bombing run NNE Sarajevo, both engines on fire, crashed in hills; 4 parachutes seen
1/Lt Walker, James Alonza - RTD            Stalic, Yugoslavia               Escort to Ploesti, hit by flak over Negotin,a/c caught fire, b/o and picked by chetniks
Lt Charles, William                        Yugoslavia                       POW
all 9 RTD                                  Salas, Yugoslavia                Mission to Ploesti, hit by flak, No.3 set on fire, No.1 dmg, b/o at 44:05N 22:20E, picked by chetniks
F/O Anthony, R                             Rajic, Yugoslavia                Hit by flak while attacking M/T; dived into the ground; KIA
Ten. Pandolfo - pilot                      Otocac, Yugoslavia               Shot down by BAF fighters on ferrying flight Villafranca - Belgrade
Mallett, Walter J                                                                                                 FOD date 2 Aug 1945. Hometown: Warren County, MS. Entered t
                                           Yugoslavia
F/Lt Walker, A E                           Galojila Island, Yugoslavia      Night mission to attack targets at Cres island; sent Mayday call; b/o; rescued a few days later by Cat
Sergente Maggiore Baldin, Filippo          Hutovo, Yugoslavia               Hit while attacking r/y, rescued by partisans, RTD after 22 days. Info: D.Frka
Lt Pinear, S W (SAAF)                      Ilovice, Yugoslavia              hit by flak while attacking M/T near Pale(Sarajevo); injured in arm; on rtrn flight had to crash land; hit
                                           Livno, Yugoslavia                Mission to Blechammer, No.2 lost to flak, hit by e/a, two engines out, all b/o eover Glamoc fr 2500ft,
                                           Yugoslavia
1/Lt Roode, Richard - pilot | all 10 RTD Grmec (mountain), Yugoslavia       Mission to Blechammer, flak, lost all generators, OOF, all b/o at 1.45pm, picked by partisans
                                           Ogulin ? , Yugoslavia            mission to Blechammer; hit by flak; b/o over Yugoslavia; pilot POW at Ogulin
W/O A.E.W. Day                             Yugoslavia                       c/l after attacking railway line; cr position 45:17 N, 16:35 E; I have a reference this a/c was lost at Se
                                           Yugoslavia
                                           Kulen Vakuf ?, Yugoslavia        Escort to Gyor, engine cut on way to target , b/o fr 9000 ft, rsc by partisans
Lt Leach, L J (SAAF)                       Pristina, Yugoslavia             hit by flak W of Pristina attackin M/T; flash from a cockpit seen; a/c heeled over; dived verticaly into g
5 RTD                                      Jezero, Yugoslavia               Mission to Ploesti, stbd engine caught fire near Alaksinac, crew abandoned a/c over Jezero
Kragujevac, Yugoslavia                     2/Lt Mortenson - pilot | 9 RTD   Mission to Ploesti, all b/o after M/F on NO.1 and 3, rsc by chetniks
Isackson Edward J                                                                                                FOD. Hometown: Clearwater County, MN. Location, 25 Mi. N Of S
'Second Hand Rose'                                             Rapatovo, Yugoslavia       mechanical failure
                     Lt Briggs (SAAF)                          Rudnik, Yugoslavia         Hit in the radiator and exploded on impact; KIA
                     Lt Andrews (SAAF)                         Decani, Yugoslavia         Hit the ground while attacking KIA
                                                               Krusevac, Yugoslavia       Mission to Ploesti, M/F on No.1 and 4 on way to target, all b/o in radius of 20 km of Krusevac, picked
                     2/Lt Lozito, Francis - pilot | all RTD?   Bileca, Yugoslavia         Mission to Ploesti, No.2 knocked out by flak, gas leak, all b/o NW of town, rsc by partisans - No MAC
                     F/O Chappel                               Krusevac, Yugoslavia       flak; trailing white and black smoke; asked for course then reported having to b/o; he did it between L
                     Ten. Morselli - pilot                     Zemun, Yugoslavia          Shot down bu german flak unit after it took off from the a/d
                     Lt/Col Loock, P | Lt Pettet, G            Porec, Yugoslavia          ##########################
                     Lt Cruishank | Lt Campbell                Porec, Yugoslavia          ##########################
                     P/O Cooke                                 Yugoslavia                 sweep on Andrijevica - Murina line; hit by AAA attacking flak positions; set course to base but had to
                     W Cmdr Blackburn; F/S Boffin              Prvic Island, Yugoslavia   hit by flak attacking Senj harbour; ditched 2 m S Prvic I
                     Lake, Joe, III                                                                                            KIA. Entered the Service from, Texas, Buried at: Plot B Row 1 Gra
                                                             Yugoslavia
                                                             Yugoslavia
                     Lt Thomas C Moore; Howard R. Fox - POW Stalag III                    Mission to Ploesti, ditched in Adriatic
                     Jerome Birnberg-pilot                   Bacina ?, Yugoslavia         Mission to Nis; crashed due to mechanical failure
                     2/Lt Haller, Robert Y.                  Nis, Yugoslavia              Escorting B-17s to Nis; POW          POW. Location, N W Of Pec, Yugoslavia, Point Of Departure, Vin
                     1/Lt Ford - pilot                       Leskovac, Yugoslavia         Mission to Ploesti, left rudder shot off, 2 eng dmg, after crosssing Danube all b/o over mountains in Y
                                                             Yugoslavia
                     Lt G.H.W. Downer | Lt J.V. Hall         Rogoznica, Yugoslavia        damaged by flak attackin r/y at St Petrovo; ditch 2 m offshore; seen in dinghy
                     F/O Nielsen | F/Sgt Gants               Yugoslavia                   attacking M/T near Bogdanovci; missiing after the target flying over hill; Macedonia; KIA
                     Gr/Capt Powell | F/O Reid               Banja Luka, Yugoslavia       reported being hit; trying to c/l; KIA
                     F/Sgt Scott | F/Sgt McDermott           Banja Luka, Yugoslavia       hit while attacking the a/d; crashed at 44:49N 17:10E; KIA
                     Vial, Donald Gregory                                                                                        FOD. Hometown: Suffolk County, MA. Location, 20 Miles West Of
                                                             Yugoslavia                   flak; Dragonia Valley, Slovenia; no MACR
                                                             Foca?, Yugoslavia            Mission to Hungary, on target attacked by fighters, rudder broken and lost over Yu, all b/o, rescued b
                     6 KIA                                   Yugoslavia                   Mission to Szony oil rafinery on 21/22
                     8 KIA                                   Yugoslavia                   Mission to St. Valentin
                     5 KIA                                   Yugoslavia                   Mission to St Valentine; pbly n/f
                     Lt G.R. Russell | Lt C.W. Stanbury      Zadvarje, Yugoslavia         hit the roof of the building and cr 40 meters from it; attacking the hydrolectric powerplant; KIA
                                                             Kljuc?, Yugoslavia           Mission to Vienna, 2 engines hit by flak, gas leaked, all b/o 20 m SW of Banja Luka. Picked by chetn
                     John Buterac-pilot                      Slatina, Yugoslavia          Mission to Odertal; flak
                                                             Yugoslavia
                     9 KIA; 1 saved by partisans             Knin, Yugoslavia             see above; aircraft belonged to Yugoslav detachment
                                                             Daruvar, Yugoslavia          Mission to Vienna, 3 engines knocked out by flak over target, all b/o on return, rsc by partisans
                                                             Knin, Yugoslavia             damaged by flak over Lobau, Austria; collided with #20 over Knin, both a/c crashed east of village Kij
                     4 POW, 3 RTD?                           Sombor, Yugoslavia           Mission to Miskolz, hit by AA as crossing Danube, port wing on fire, all b/o
                                                             Yugoslavia                   damaged by fighters, b/o over Krk island
                                                             Dubica, Yugoslavia           Mission to Vienna, flak, b/o on return fr 12000 ft S of town, rsc by partisans; PILOT FLEW A/C TO BA
                                                             Maribor, Yugoslavia          Mission to Pardubice
                                                             Yugoslavia                   Mission to Pardubice
                                                             Yugoslavia
                                                             Yugoslavia
                                                             Yugoslavia
                     6 RTD at least                          Cetinje, Yugoslavia          Mission to Bucharest a/d, one engine burned over target, all b/ocrew b/o over Yugoslavia
                     F/Lt Vos, Clifford Scott - RTD          Velika Gorica, Yugoslavia    Mission to attack oil instalations at Sesvete, hit by small AAA, c/l, rsc by partisans
                     8 POW, 2 RTD                            Split, Yugoslavia            Mission to Blechammer. Rtd from IP due to M/F, tried to reach Vis, b/o after left wing caught fire, a/c
                     2/Lt Northcross, Samuel, H - pilot | RTDOmis, Yugoslavia             Mission to Blechammer, NO.4 shot out by flak on bombing run, all engines cut near Yu coast, all b/o,
                     1 KIA; 6 RTD                            Yugoslavia                   MIA on night 27/28 August on mining mission between Dalj and Dubovac;
                                                             Yugoslavia                   Probably the one claimed by 8./NJG6 N from Sarajevo ?
                     S/Ldr Brown, J.H.                       Jablanac, Yugoslavia         Hit by intense flak attacking R boats in Zavratnica Bay; cr into hillside, buried in Jablanac by partisan
                                                             Yugoslavia                   Mission to Szolnok r/r viadust, No.3 s/c burned before target, on rtrn. No.1 cut and No.2. Losing 300f
                                                             Duga Resa, Yugoslavia        Mission to Moossbierbaum, fire started in top turret on way to target, as it spreaded to whole a/c all b
                                                             Yugoslavia                   Missing on supply drop mission. This is doubtfull entry
                                         Osijek, Yugoslavia                  Leonard Rose bailed out and captured ner Osijek, POW
1/Lt KOllias, John F - pilot | all RTD   (Bosanska?) Krupa, Yugoslavia       Mission to Moravska, No.4 lost on rally fr. target, hit again by flak on Yu border, all b/o 10 miles s of t
Lt Emile C Clifton                       Donji Lapac, Yugoslavia             On return flight developed enginee truble, b/o, evaded and RTD
Wingate Green-pilot                      Mostar, Yugoslavia                  Mission to Novi Sad r/b; damaged flak, left wing set on fire
Lt D.K. Stewart | Lt T.W. Pumphrett      Zirje island, Yugoslavia            hit by flak; pilot reported his foot shot of, profusely bleeding; ditched near the island, pulled onto the s
F/Sgt P G Bignell                        Uzice, Yugoslavia                   hit the hillside whille attacking m/t
P/O Aleksandar Vukovic                   Suhi Dolac, Yugoslavia              hit by flak attacking the train in the station, KIA
P/O J Summers | F/O C.J Sanders          Yugoslavia                          Intruder mission to Danube river; ftr; KIA
2/Lt Steere, Lowell B.                   Yugoslavia                                                                 Location, by small AA, Sad, Yugoslavia, Point was losing altitude
                                                                             Strafing r/d at Debrecen, on second pass hit 10 Mi. S Novilost oxygen system, a/c Of Departure, Lesi
                                         Belgrade, Yugoslavia                Claimed by 1/Lt. Skogstadt, Norman fr. 31st FG
Fittell, Robert D.                       Yugoslavia                                                                 KIA/FOD. Yugoslavia
Mohr, Alan V                             Yugoslavia                                                                 FOD. Hometown: Dane County, WI. Yugoslavia. Location, 43° 58
1/Lt Grose, Richard Leroy                D.MIlanovac, Yugoslavia                                                    near coded WZ-2. Location, 44° 29' N-22° 08' E. On Island In th
                                                                             Mission to strafe trains and barges Planethe town, hit by small AA from one of the boats and cr. on Da
1/Lt. Nelson, John Travis                Kragujevac, Yugoslavia                                                     Location, Yogoslavia,
                                                                             Mission to strafe M/T, hit by AA and c/l, rsc. by chetniks Point Of Departure, San Severo, Italy. Miss
Church, William Troy                     Yugoslavia                                                                 KIA. Hometown: Dixie County, FL.Yugoslavia, Location, 43°25' N-
                                         Yugoslavia
Hoodecheck, Arthur, Jr                                                                                            MIA/Rtn. Near Belgrade, Yugoslavia (evaded and returned).
Nixon, Vern D                            Yugoslavia                                                               KIA. Over Belgrade Yugoslavia
Maloney, Neale                           Yugoslavia                                                               KIA. Entered the Service from, Wisconsin, Buried at: Plot D Row 1
Hopman, William Francis                                                                                           Location, 43°28' N-21°50' E, Point Of Departure, Triolo L/G
                                       Yugoslavia
2/Lt. Beckham, James D                 Kraljevo, Yugoslavia                                                  Mission to and c/l, rsc. and RTD
                                                                        Mission to strafe Kraljevo a/d, lost oil presure strafe Kraljevo airdrome, lost oil pressure, crash landed
6 KIA, 1 POW                           Backi Brestovac, Yugoslavia      Shot down by n/f
                                       Vukovar, Croatia                 presumed shot down by the night fighter
                                       Nis, Yugoslavia                  Claimed by 325th FG
F/O Fulks, Robert D                    Lapovo, Yugoslavia                                                    Mission while attacking 6 locos, c/l 3 m by small arms fire by pea
                                                                        Mission to strafe R/T in YU, hit by small AAto strafe rail transport in YU, hit S of town, rescuedwhile a
2/Lt Randerson, Joe Mullins            Yugoslavia                                                            Mission to on pulling over hillside, engine Zajecar, engine collided
                                                                        Mission to strafe comm. south of Zajecar, E/Cstrafe communications south of burst in flames, c/l in a
2/Lt Hargrave, Lloyd C                 Zeleznik, Yugoslavia                                                  Mission to area, hit by small AA fire, glycol leak into cockpit, E/C,
                                                                        MIssion to strafe communications in Belgradestrafe communications in Belgrade area, hit by small ar
Arnold Kwiatkovski-pilot               Vis Island, Yugoslavia           Mission to Belgrade m/y, damaged by flak; c/l on the island
Lt. Cowan, William R - KIA             Yugoslavia                                                            Yugoslavia
Lt. Zimmermann, Sterling T             Yugoslavia                                                            MIA. Mission to Bucharest, (MIA over Yugoslavia)
                                                                        Mission to Bucharest, MIA. INfo: via Raus
P/O Milan Delic                        Kulen Vakuf, Yugoslavia          hit by AA; f/l; rescued by partisans; acft burned by partisans
                                       Brac Island, Yugoslavia
Ft/Sgt V.J. Kyrke-Smith / F/Sgt S.S. Campbell                           Attacking targets near island; hit in both engines; tried to reach Vis; presumably ditched
F/O Thomas E. (ili H.) Rogers          Ecka, Yugoslavia                                                      MIA. Location, 1/2 Mi. N W, Of Ecka A/D, Yugoslavia, Point Of De
                                                                        Hit by AAA while strafing the Ecka airport
                                       Adriatic?, Yugoslavia            MIssion to Belgrade r/r bridge, hit by flak, No.3 and 4 lost, failed after formation, hit over Mostar again
7 RTD, 1 POW                           Belgrade, Yugoslavia             Mission to Belgrade, controls shot out, a/c went into tight spiral, all b/o SE of the city; No MACR ?
8 RTD                                  Yugoslavia                       Mission to Vienna, flak caused gas leakage, b/o
Wallace Boyce-pilot                    Karlovac?, Yugoslavia            Mission to Vienna, flak hit No.1 and 3, c/l on return at 45:43 N 16:00E, which is actually just S of Zag
                                       Yugoslavia?
Sgt Gelhauser, M                       Zaton, Yugoslavia                Checking the big ship near Nin; b/o over sea 6 km W of Zaton, picked up by ASR Catalina
2/Lt Dahl, Carl V. - pilot I all RTD   Boljevac, Yugoslavia             Mission to Vienna, 2 engines knocked by flak, hit by e/a, all b/o fr 13 5000 ft when 3rd eng. cut, rsc b
2/Lt Pasco, Arthur - pilot | 9 RTD     Yugoslavia                       Mission to Vienna, No.4 hit by flak, No.2 cut w/o reason, lost formation, all b/o after No.3 cut out; all l
5 KIA, 2 ?                                                              probably hit by nightfighter during the shipping the help to Warsaw(Liberator B.IV ex USAAF 42-9988
                                       Crashed between Skoplje and Kumanovo
Por Nawalany                           Senta, Yugoslavia                probably hit by nightfighter
Kpr Falc                               Mostar, Yugoslavia               damaged by n/f; brought down by flak over Mostar
                                       Yugoslavia???                    supply mission to Warszaw, brought down by flak
                                       Yugoslavia???                    downed by flak attacking the train in Yugoslavia
Lt Fischbach - pilot                   Smederevo, Yugoslavia            MIssion to Blechammer, No.1 and 3 dmg by flak, all b/o between Belgrade and Smederevo,
Lt Coaharan - pilot                                                     MIssion to Blechanmmer, M/F on No.3 before target, OOF, headed for VIs, over Yu border No.1 cau
2/Lt Powell, Wesley - pilot RTD        Vrelo Zrmanje, Yugoslavia        Mission to Blechammer, M/F on No 3, No 2 hit by flak after bombs dropped
8 RTD, 1 KIA?                          Yugoslavia                       Mission to Blechammer, No.1 hit and fetahered, couldn't make it to Vis, all b/o, rsc. by partisans
                                       Yugoslavia
F/Lt Fairbairn                         Beograd, Yugoslavia              hit the obstacle attacking SM.79; POW
8 RTD at least                        Yugoslavia                      Mission to Odertal, M/F on one of the engines before target, aftr bombing a/c was losing alt., all b/o a
P/O Franjo Kluz                       Omis, Yugoslavia                hit by flak, cr in Omis Bay; KIA
F/O F W Clarke (RNZAF)                Murter, Yugoslavia              MIA after attacking store dumps at Murter
2/Lt Moor, J.V.                       Yugoslavia                      On patrol Novi Sad - Sremski karlovci. On return at Rumsko lost in cloud, never heard on R/T again.
Dunne, Thomas M                                                                                            Plane destroyed in landing accident, Vis Is/Adriatic Sea, Yugosla
P/O Mason | P/O Peacey                Valjevo, Yugoslavia             flak?; cr attacking barrack in Valjevo
Sgt Clark                             Ljubljana, Yugoslavia           Brought down attacking a/d; POW
W/O Evans, L.C.                       Ljubljana, Yugoslavia           Lost oil; b/o; parachute caught onto the tail; KIA
W/O R Y Ulrich                        Veli Iz , Yugoslavia            Hit by flak attacking Zavratnica Bay; a pilot had to b/o offshore due to engine cut, rescued by partisan
Raymond Furcht-pilot                  Rabrovo, Yugoslavia             Mission to Budapest; No.2, 3 and 4 hit by flak, all b/o but 2 which b/o at R-vo
5 RTD                                 Yugoslavia                      Mission to Hegyeshalom m/y
Hanson, Gerald W                      Yugoslavia                                                           POW. Yugoslavia. Location, 45°10'N-18°50'E, Point Of Departure
2/Lt. Swan, Donald Harvey             Yugoslavia                                                           S/d Rtn. Hometown Portland Oregon. cloud first mission. Locatio
                                                                      Mission to Osijek; hit by flak over Tuzla, both engines shut; disapeared inOn his cover; evaded
W/O Rowe                              Stari Martinac, Yugoslavia      Attacking targets in wider Banja Luka area. Pilot had to f/l after intense flak W of Brod, seen to run to
P/O Ankon. Leopold                    Vrgorac, Yugoslavia             MIA; presumably s/d over V during the bomving attack
F/Lt Foden | F/O Brier, A.C.          Crikvenica, Yugoslavia          Attacking schooners S of C-ca, proably hit by flak, port engine on fire, climbed to 300 ft and dived int
Sgt Dowling, A A                      Sibenik, Yugoslavia             MIA, lost in bad weather 10 m from the town
P/O Papaioannoy, G                    Vis Island, Yugoslavia          Crashed on taking off, a/c destroyed by fire, pilot killed
Lt Chalmers, Robert E - pilot         Tolmin, Yugoslavia              Mission to Munich m/y, dmg. by flak over target, landed in Yugoslavia
Hary McCann-pilot; all 10 rtd         Otocac, Yugoslavia              Mission to Munich; flak; PFF ship
F/Lt Ratko Jovanovic                  Teslic, Yugoslavia              c/l at Donji Vlajici; died from wounds
                                      Slovenia, Yugoslavia
Sgt Shearer                           Zirje Island, Yugoslavia        B/o, rescued
1(TG) POW, 9 RTD                      Koprivnica, Yugoslavia          Mission to Vienna, after rally No.4 hit by flak, then No.2 went away, after jett. equipment all b/o
                                      Vis, Yugoslavia                 B/o, over VIs
2/Lt Feebach - pilot | all RTD?       Livno, Yugoslavia               Mission to Vienna oil rafinery, OOF on return, b/o
                                      Yugoslavia                      crashed in Bosnia
Sgt Mould, W.E.                       Martinska Ves, Yugoslavia       Hit by return fire from Fi 167, crash landed
F/Lt Vance | Lt Medalie               Senj, Yugoslavia                dived into the see attacking KT ship at Senj; Lt M. MIA
Lindberg, Donald I                                                                                         KIA/FOD. Yugoslavia
F/Lt Kottas                              Jablanica, Yugoslavia        attacking M/T on communication Mostar - Jablanica; after the first attack on M/T, went for another att
Lt Mealey - pilot | 9 POW; 2 evaded      Sibenik ?, Yugoslavia        Mission to Vienna oil plant, due to poor conditions and after 3 runs, scnd. target, Graz, bombed, fuel
                                         Brod, Yugoslavia             badly shot up over Munich; cr???
9 RTD                                    Bosanska Krupa, Yugoslavia   Mission to Vienna, couldn't keep w. formation, salvoed 6 bombs, after bombing run No 2 and 3 were
Warren Mugler - pilot                    Zagreb?, Yugoslavia          crew b/o,all 10 evaded
                                         Vis, Yugoslavia              Damaged by flak over Vienna, (crash)landed on Vis
1/Lt Groom, Robert C.                    Pribinic, Yugoslavia                                              Location, 49° 100 m S 22' E, Point by flak, managed to Italy. 70
                                                                      Escort to Blechammer, on return strafed the train22' N-17° of target, hit Of Departure, Triolo,reach Es
                                         Yugoslavia                   ???
                                         VIs Island, Yugoslavia                                            Na drugom on 3 engines; crashed into a hillside ; all KIA
                                                                      damaged by flak; managed to reach the island mestu piše: s/n 42-78418; 10/13/44 Blechhammer
2/Lt Spellacy - pilot                    Popovaca, Yugoslavia         Mission to Vienna, received direct hit on bombing run, all b/o on return, a/c cr. but didn't burn
Cpt. Smith. Luter H.                     Zagreb, Yugoslavia           Parachuted over Zagreb, POW, hit over lake Balaton
At least 7 rescued by partisans          Garesnica, Yugoslavia        Mission to Blechammer South, on return flak ovek Komoran, OOF, 10 chutes seen
Lt Robson - pilot                        B.Krupa, Yugoslavia          MIssion to Blechamer, all N of town due to engine trouble
                                         Maribor, Yugoslavia
Jack C Curtis, navigator, 7 KIA, 4 survived                           b/o over Maribor
                                         Maribor, Yugoslavia          b/o over Yugoslavia
Lt Cash, Paul - pilot: all RTD           Lipa, Yugoslavia             Mission to Odertal, flak before target, No.1 fetahered, tried to reach Vis, OOF, one man elected to b/
Charles Boxell-pilot                     Livno, Yugoslavia            Mission to Blechhammer, short on fuel before target, after bombing headed for Vis, OOF, all b/o. pick
F/O Bell, Rual W.                        Zagreb, Yugoslavia           Escort to Blechamer, engine cut at 24000 ft, b/o and landed 15-20miles NE of the city, rsc. by partisa
                                         West Bosnia, YUgoslavia      Mission to Odertal, leak on hydraulics, OOF, bombed, all b/o on return between B. Krupa and B.Petro
                                         Porec,
Wng Commander Park | F/O Edwards, D.L. Yugoslavia                     MIA near the coast of Istra
                                         Vukovar, Yugoslavia          Crashed while transporting equipment of NSGr.7 to Zagreb. Info: ULTRA
2 KIA, other RTD                         Vis, Island                  MIssion to Steyer, on return ditched N of the island
all RTD                                  Krapina, Yugoslavia          Between IP and the target M/F on supercharger, jettisoned bombs and headed back to base, all b/o
                   Lt Kuhlman - pilot                      Gospic, Yugoslavia              Mission to Linz, hit by flak before target, No 1 feathered, on return hit by flak again over Rijeka, all b/
                   Sgt Farley, S W                         Brcko?, Yugoslavia              Sweep south of Vukovar; attacking loccomotives N of town; f/l, safe , seen with group of up to 5 peop
                   Maj Arkadije Popov                      Slano, Yugoslavia               hit by flak over S. attacking targets on line Metkovic - Dubrovnik; KIA
                   Rescued by partisans                    Maribor, Yugoslavia             Mission to alternative target Graz, hit by flak after bombs dropped, No.2 cut, all b/o on Yu side N of th
                                                           Stankovci, Yugoslavia           Mission to Blechhammer S; hit by flak over target, all 4 superchargers out, all b/o, rescued by partisa
Sweet And Lovely, #18                                      Vis, Yugoslavia                 Mission to Vienna m/y; damaged by flak over target; 7 b/o, 3 KIA trying to land on Vis Island
                   Gail McCoy-pilot                        Omis, Yugoslavia                Mission to Blechhammer; out of fuel
                   F/O Smythe                              Peljesac, Yugoslavia            b/o over penninsula after glycol leak
                   2 KIA                                   Yugoslavia                      On ranger patrol over Vienna on 17/10/44. landed in Italy, next day took off and MIA
                   5 KIA; 2 RTD, 1?                        Maribor, Yugoslavia             Mission to drop supplies at 46:21N / 14:50E, a/c hit the trees and cr on a second circle over drop are
                   W/O Victor, D.C.N                       Yugoslavia                      Probable loss of orientation while returning from strafing attack around Prilep; KIA
                   F/O Curtiss - pilot | 7 RTD at least    Benkovac, Yugoslavia            Mission to Munich, in sigh of Italian coastnear Ancona No.4 run away, caught fire and dropped out of
                   9 RTD                                   Slunj, Yugoslavia               Mission to Brux, on return run into flak, M/F on No.2 and low on fuel, all b/o, all rsc. by partisans in 24
                   5 KIA                                   Yugoslavia                      Mission to Maribor; ftr;
                   7 KIA                                   Yugoslavia                      Misson to Szombathely a/d laying markers; MIA; at least 2 crewmen are buried in Hungary; 1 in Yu a
                   P/O Stanislav Vouk                      Slano - Rudine                  flak; KIA
                   1 KIA, 4 ?                              Yugoslavia                      Mission to Maribor; ftr
                   5 KIA                                   Yugoslavia                      Mission to Maribor; ftr;
                   1 KIA                                   Yugoslavia                      Misson to Maribor; ftr
                   F/S Postlethwaite, G                    Kutina, Yugoslavia              last seen just before attacking the train
                   Uffz. Thomsen                           Rovinj, Yugoslavia              Missing on recce mission
                   Lt Becklund - pilot - 5 RTD             Yugoslavia                      MIssion to Munich
                   1/Lt Woodson, Samuel T Jr.              Devrske, Yugoslavia                                                   MIA. Location, 50 To 75 midst of firefight between partisans Dep
                                                                                           Mission to strafe Plzen area, M/F on engine over Alps, c/l inMiles N W Of Undine, Italy, Point Of and
                   1/Lt Westbrook, Shelby F.               Zagreb, Yugoslavia              Escort to Regensburg, acted as escort to Lt Chandler, experienced troubles w. instruments, c/l 6 m S
                   1/Lt Chandler, Robert C.                Zagreb, Yugoslavia              Escort to Regensburg, returned due to M/F, unable to climb in low visibility, decided to c/l, rsc by part
                   Maj Tilley, D.P. | W/O Powell, A        Donja Bacuga, Yugoslavia        After scoring hits on target at Kriz, reported to have been hit and port engine on fire. Belly landed, de
                   F/Lt Freer, T.St.B. | F/Lt Holman, C.B. Piran, Yugoslavia               On 2 a/c patrol. Attacked a stationary ship near Trieste, hit by flak, port engine on fire, during return f
                   F/Lt MacLellan, E H                     Lipljan, Yugoslavia             MIA during the strafing M/T. There was report the pilot had been captured by Albanian militia and han
                   Sgt Pallet, H.G.                        Lastovo Island, Yugoslavia      On fighter-bomber mission in Skoplje area; on return to the base last seen 10 miles S of Lastovo Isla
                                                           Bitol, Yugoslavia               s/d by pair of aircraft from No 249 Sqn N from Bitol ; crashed without exploding
                   Lt Henry | W/O Thomas                   Adriatic, Yugoslavia            mission to attack ships Biokovski Kanal; engine cut; cr on return at 44:30N 14:00E
                   9 RTD                                   Virovitica, Yugoslavia          Mission to Vienna, flak over Hungary; b/o near Suhopolje
                   2/Lt Simkins, Robert - pilot | 11 RTD Gospic, Yugoslavia                Mission to Vienna m/y, M/F, salvoed 3 bombs to gain height, No 1 & 2 went out, jettisoned bomb
                   Lt. Manning, R.W.                       Kakanj, Yugoslavia              Shot down attacking train near Catici where a/c crashed
                   Lt E R Borland                          Cerklje, Yugoslavia             Shot down attacking a/d, hit by flak and crashed on a/d; KIA
                   Lt Veronese, Alberto                    Yugoslavia                      Attacking german armour and transport near Vrbnica, Prizren, MIA. Additional info: D.Frka
                   P/O Milan Karic                         Knin, Yugoslavia                flak; b/o; POW; Sucevici, 30 km N from Knin
                                                           Bihac, Yugoslavia               Attacked by No 5 Mustangs N of town, broke up in air and hit side of the mountain
                                                           Mitrovica, Yugoslavia           flak
                                                           Benkovac, Yugoslavia
                   1/Lt Bach, Lawrence V - rescued by partisans                                                                  Rtn. area, hit North Of Vis, Yugoslavia, Point Of Departure, Triolo
                                                                                           Escort to Vienna, strafed trains in targetLocation, by small AA fire, fuel line and hydraulics cut, when
                   2/Lt Meadows - pilot? | 10 RTD          Beograd, Yugoslavia             Mission to Florisdorf, lost No.2 before target, attacked by 2 Bf 109s, hydraulics shot up, c/l 5 m S of t
                   all RTD                                 Gruda, Yugoslavia                                                     Na drugom flooded field 1 m N Mitrovica,
                                                                                           Mission to Mitrovica, returned due to M/F, c/l inmestu piše:11/05/44of town Yugo. Ditched in lake i
                   8 RTD                                   Sevid, Yugoslavia               Mission 'ICARUS 108' to drop supplies, developed trouble with port engine, fire started, 15 container
                   2nd /Lt Suskind (SAAF)                  Brod, Yugoslavia                hit by flak attacking m/t; b/o; seen packing the parachute at F.0442
                   2nd /Lt Van der Merwe (SAAF)            Brod, Yugoslavia                Hit by flak attacking m/t; b/o landing in high trees, captured by Ustase but escaped next day and reac
                   9 POW, 1 KIA                            Yugoslavia                      Damaged by flak over Sarajevo, the crew bailed out near Mostar
                   2/Lt Ray, Robert S. - pilot | all 9 RTD Karlovac, Yugoslavia            Mission to Vienna, M/F on No.3 that couldn't be feathered, then No.2 went away, left formation NW o
                   2/Lt Stinson, R.T - pilot; 10 RTD       Hum-Varos, Yugoslavia           Mission to Vienna, M/F on No.2 & No.1, bombs salvoed near Varazdin, all b/o and rescued by p
                   Emerson-pilot; copilot KIA              Vis Island, Yugoslavia          Ditched after mission to Maribor; another ref training mission. Source:Z.Bocek
                   7 RTD                                   Yugoslavia                      Crashed in target area in North YU on supply drop mission ' CUCKOLD 116'
                   8 KIA, 1 ?                              Yugoslavia                      supply drop to Gorski Kotar Yugoslavia
                   P/O Deeble, R.J                         Slovenske Konjice, Yugoslavia                                         Mustang last seen 1 km GA town, Off
                                                                                           On offensive sweep Zagreb - Maribor, flak?, Mk. IIIb FB320/ S of N / Plt KIA Robert James Deeble, RA
                   7 KIA                                   Yugoslavia                      supply drop to Gorski Kotar 5/6
Lt. Linsley, R.R.                      Sarajevo, Yugoslavia             Shot down attacking m/y (Alipasin Most ?) where it crashed
2/Lt Coulson, Eldon E                  Nis, Yugoslavia                  Shot down in fight with YAKs       KIA. Shot down in fight with YAKs, see above, Nis, Yugoslavia
2/Lt. Brewer, Philip                   South Serbia, Yugoslavia                                            KIA. Entered the Service from, Indiana, Tablets of and one by AA
                                                                        KIA (1): attacked Soviet troops by mistake, two of P-38s shot down by Soviet fighters,the Missing at F
Captain King, Charles                  Sjenica, Yugoslavia                                                 S/d M/T, c/l, badly burned, rescues by local peasents
                                                                        Hit by AA in both engines while strafingRtn. Evaded, Hit by AA in both engines while strafing motor tr
Sgt Dyser RTD; 5 RTD                   Krapina, Yugoslavia
                                       Maribor, Yugoslavia              Mission to Maribor
                                       Slovenske Gorice, , Yugoslavia   Mission to Maribor, hit by flak and exploded in midair
2 KIA, 3 RTD                           Cifluk, Yugoslavia               Mission to Sarajevo m/y, s/d by Bf 109 from NAGr 12 while returning
                                       Yugoslavia                       S/d in dogfight with P-38s, KIA
                                       Yugoslavia                       S/d in dogfight with P-38s, KIA
                                       Yugoslavia                       S/d in dogfight with P-38s, b/o
10 evaded                              Sjenica, Yugoslavia              Mission to Sjenica troop concentrations. Drop bombs, hit by flak, picked by peasants
Lt Boshoff, C.G. (SAAF)                Skoplje, Yugoslavia              Hit by debris of exploded rail wagon; crashed; KIA
                                                                                                            Mustang Mk. III KH601/ GA Z / Plt Off George Gordon (Knobby) C
Sgt Jovan Pesic                          Risan, Yugoslavia              MIA; loss of orientation
P/O Josip Klokocovnik                    Trebinje, Yugoslavia           crash-landed; rescued by partisans; rtrnd to unit
3 RTD at least                           Motovun, Yugoslavia            Mission to Linz, on return M/F on two engines, kept losing altitude trying to reach Vis, all b/o
                                         Yugoslavia
                                         Vis island, Yugoslavia         Crashed, A/c salvaged on 22/11/1944 info from J Baugher
                                         Yugoslavia                     MIssion to Villach M/Y, report about the crew being temporarily safe in Yu
Lt. McLeod, D.                           Podsreda, Yugoslavia           Shot down attacking trains on line Zagreb - Maribor, b/o
F/S Smith,Egbert                         Yugoslavia                     MIA on weather recce in Rijeka area due to bad weather
P/O J. Lane                              Yugoslavia                     MIA on weather recce in Rijeka area due to bad weather
Major McMuiry, T.C.                      Pragersko, Yugoslavia          Shot down attacking trains on line Zagreb - Maribor, b/o, broke both legs and arms and taken to hosp
                                         Nevesinje, Yugoslavia
Harold Culpepper-pilot, 1 (pilot) KIA 9 RTD                             Night mission to Blechhammer; out of fuel. Source:Z.Bocek
5 RTD at least                           Klana, Yugoslavia              Mission to Linz, it was a single ship raid, didn't reach IP due to bad weather, hit by flak in Klagenfurt a
2/Lt Bowen, Lindsay L                    Yugoslavia?                    Mission to bomb M/T at Sjenica, KIA
Lt Hoffman - pilot                       Pag, Yugoslavia                Mission to Munich, flak, No.3 lost over Adriatic and then No 4 went out, all bo, rsc. by partisans
Lt Fuller, Jesse G                       Donji Zemunik, Yugoslavia                                           Udine, tail section damaged, reported hit by Yugoslavia
                                                                        Escort to Munchen, hit by flak overLt Fuller, 31st FG, Escort to Munchen, safe inflak over Udine, tail s
Lt Steffani, Edward                      Sarajevo?, Yugoslavia                                               KIA/FOD. FG over Yugoslavia.
                                                                        Shot down while on low level attack; Info: 1st Lostweb site
Lt Johnson, Everet D                     Sarajevo?, Yugoslavia                                               KIA/FOD. FG over Yugoslavia.
                                                                        Shot down while on low level attack; Info: 1st Lostweb site
                                                                        Mission to Munich m/y, PFF bombed, hit by flak over Udine, upper turret shattered, OOF, all b/o, pick
5 picked by partisans
5 rescued                                Kanfanar, Yugoslavia           Mission to Munich, dropped bombs, hit by flak, lost No 1 & 3, had to b/o
6 rescued                                Banja Luka, Yugoslavia         Mission to Blechamer, bombs dropped, OOF over Yu-Aus border, 4 seen to b/o, picked by chetniks
                                         1 evaded
2/Lt. Delmer V. Forsberg -pilot. 9 POW, Sisak, Yugoslavia               Mission to Blechamer, lost pressure in No.2, and No.3 went out, b/0 4 m SE of Novska
F/O Karstetter, Wiliam B                 Zagreb, Yugoslavia                                                   left formation and headed for Vis, at Lake Balaton feathered R/En
                                                                        Escort to Vienna, after target OOF,Escort to Vienna, after target fuel exhausted, left formation and he
Lt Stewart - pilot; all RTD              Strmnica, Yugoslavia           Mission to Blechammer, OOF near Balaton, all b/o
                                         Vis?, Yugoslavia               Mission to Vienna car factory, No 1 lost at target, after bombing dropped behind formation, then No.4
                                         safe
Lt Luster, Ellison, MacKInley, Grinstead Sibenik, Yugoslavia            Mission to Vienna, on return collided with another a/c, nose smashed, a/c went in spin
F/Lt Rake, D.S.V.                        Yugoslavia                     Hit by flak attacking railway Pristina - Mitrovica; f/l nearby; acft overturned. RTD on 26/11/44
Lt Weeber, J.H (SAAF)                    Sisak, Yugoslavia                                                    Mustang
                                                                        Missing after attack on bridge at Sisak, KIA Mk. III KH627/ GA B / Lt J H Weeber, 280286V, SAAF /
P/O Woods                                Goranci,Yugoslavia             offensive sweep Mostar - Zeljusa- Jablanica; reported engine cut and f/l; laste seen going down 2 m
Lee Lamar, pilot | 4 POW, 6 RTD          Pula, Yugoslavia               Mission to Udine a/d; flak; a/c crashed near Pula;
                                         Ribnica, Yugoslavia            Mission to Udine, No 1 and 3 hit by flak and feathered, all b/o S of Ljubljana
Lt Fred J Morchberger                    Yugoslavia                                                            lost                                                        loco
                                                                        POW; there is reference that it wasLost over Yugoslavia alongside another P-47 while attacking locom
                                         Yugoslavia                     Mission to Maribor, MIA
                                         Doboj, Yugoslavia
2/Lt. Hodkinson, Norman R                Vlasic?, Yugoslavia                                                  Belly landed, Yugoslavia, source, Peter on return, f/l 25 to of Bu
                                                                        Mission to strafe communications Budapest - Viena, hit by AAA, engine cutKassak. Mission NEstrafe
Lt Tattersall, D.B.                      Ljubljana, Yugoslavia          Attacking railway traffic near Ljubljana, seen to be on fire, b/o SE of city, probably alive
5 KIA                                    Yugoslavia                     Bombing M/T on Sjenica-Priboj road; one a/c seeen burning nerar Prijepolje, another cr on the groun
5 RTD                                    Kolasin, Yugoslavia            See above; crew rescued by partisans
                                         Yugoslavia                     Mission to Maribor, MIA
                                                           Korcula Island, Yugoslavia           Mission to Blechamer, No.3 & 4 went out before IP. bombs salvoed, nose and tail dmg. by flak,
                   2/Lt Crinkley, Robert - pilot           Diklo, Yugoslavia                    Mission to Blechammer, hydraulics shot out by flak, heade dto Vis, all b/o
                                                           Adriatic, Yugoslavia                 engines damaged by flak; tried to reach the VIs Island; ditched into Adriatic Sea near Yugoslav coast
                                                           Adriatic, Yugoslavia                 damaged on mission to B..., ditched in Adriatic between Peljesac and Hvar island
                   Lt Dean - pilot; All 11 RTD             Prekaja, Yugoslavia                  Mission to Blechamer, whole group failed to bomb, hit by flak, No2 and 3 went out, all b/o
                   2/Lt Hughes, Arthur R. - pilot          Garesnica, Yugoslavia                Mission to Blechamer, OOF, c/l, partisans salvaged the plane
                   9 KIA                                   Sanski Most, Yugoslavia              supply drop mission to Sanski Most; flaK
                                                            C - RTD i Block, Maurice Jr - DOW
                   Upisana dva pilota: 2/Lt Whitmire, ClydeCerovo, Yugoslavia                                                        hit by Maurice Jr: DOW. Middle with Theatre: Yugoslavia, 000
                                                                                                Strafing mission of M/T S of Niksic,Block, MG, pulling out hit the land East its tail, pulled up to 14Died
                   1/Lt Haertel, Dale, C - RTD             Kosjeric, Yugoslavia                                                     MIA. Strafing mission of Sarajevo in heavy clouds, injured. try
                                                                                                Strafing mission S of Sarajevo in heavy clouds, hit by flakStrying to recover formaton andhit by flakB/O
                   Follett, John R                                                                                                  KIA/FOD. Lost in action over Yugoslavia
                                                           Yugoslavia
                                                           Sanski Most, Yugoslavia
                   2/Lt Bartusch, Robert-pilot, 1 KIA 3 RTD 6 POW                               Mission to Munich; M/F on No.1before reaching IP, 7 b/o on return, c/l 10 m S of town. Partisans strip
                   crew rescued by ASR                     Pula, Yugoslavia                     Mission to Munich; ditched off coast (17 missions). Source:Z.Bocek - to be checked, it might be close
                   W/O G Duffey                            Ston, Yugoslavia                     Attacking Danilovgrad; r/t failed on return over Peljesac penninsula ; MIA; buried by partisans at Janj
                                                           Sarajevo, Yugoslavia                 A/c flew on supply flight. Claimed by No 256 Sqn Mosquito on night intruder mission near Sarajevo. A
                   Ft Lt Lludzius, A                       Yugoslavia                           KIA; to check entries from there
                                                           Gacko, Yugoslavia                    Mission to Uzice, a/c caught fire, crew b/o
                   P/O B. Nicholls | F/Sgt J.G. Marsden Yugoslavia                              FTR from night intruder mission in Sarajevo area
                   Charles Govatsos-pilot; 2 POW; 8 evaded Vransko, Slovenia                    Mission to Linz; crashed due to mechanical failure; PFF a/c. Source:Z.Bocek
                   F/O Kyle, Charles F                     Vucitrn? , Yugoslavia                Mission to P/R between Lake Constanca and Vienna, on return lost compass, OOF, landed between
                   Fw. Cristoph                            Yugoslavia                           Returned; no further info
                   Sergente Maggiore Molteni Natale        Podgorica, Yugoslavia                Hit by light AA while attacking m/t; cr 3 km N Podgorica, MIA
                   Sqn/Ldr R Slade-Betts                   Danilovgrad, Yugoslavia              Hit by flak attacking m/t depo near the town, caught fire; b/o 5m NNE of the town; injured, rescued by
                   Tenente Rizzitelli, Francesco           Vrpazar, Yugoslavia                  Hit by flak attacking road Podgorica -Gorica; cr near Skadar Lake. Add. info: D. Frka
                   Tenetne Giusto, Raffaele                Podgorica, Yugoslavia                Hit by light AA, b/o and rescued by partisans, RTD 13.12.44. Add. info: D. Frka
                   Sgt Monkman                             Trogir, Yugoslavia                   On recce mission over Montenegro, reported to have difficulties and would have to b/o, evaded?
'Boots and The Buddies'                                    Yugoslavia                           Mission to Blechammer, flak, crew b/o crossing the border of Yugoslavia
                   Lt Davis                                Grabovnica, Yugoslavia               Mission to Odertal, f/l at LG run by British, couldn't be repaired because wrong parts sent, presumab
                   10 RTD                                  KIjaci, Yugoslavia                   Mission to Odertal, 3 engines knocked out by flak, all b/o
                   Crew rescued by partisans               Ljubija, Yugoslavia                  Mission to Odertal, dropped bombs, M/F on fuel transfer system, f/l and sunk in soft mud. Efforts mad
                   Rescued by partisans                    Yugoslavia                           Flak over Hungary, OOF, b/o in undercast
                   1/Lt. Caughlin, Lawrence M.             Knin, Yugoslavia                                                          Escort to Vienna, engine overheated to return, by partisans
                                                                                                Escort to Vienna, engine overheated on return, b/o du E/C while looking on c/l. rsc. bailed out due to e
                   F/O Downes, S - pilot                   Yugoslavia?                          Mission on night 4/5 on W/R over Yugoslavia, it sent Y report an hour after take off, NFD, presumabl
                   Lt. N. Lock                             Trbuk, Yugoslavia                    On sweep Maglaj - Brod, hit by flak strafing M/T where the pilot b/o and seen landed in tree
                                                           Maribor, Yugoslavia                  Mission to Szomebothely; fell out of formation 15 miles SE Maribor; crashed; all crew KIA
                   All RTD                                 Gracac, Yugoslavia                   Mission to Bratislava, M/F on engine before reachin target, b/o on return
                   1/Lt Driggs, Louis L                    Adriatic, Yugoslavia                 Mission to Brux, developed a leak, headed back 15 min before target, b/o in a bad weather due to sic
                   Lt Hart. T.E                            Yugoslavia                           Lost in bad weather returning from abortive raid in Yugoslavia; KIA; Belgrade War Cemetery
                   Sgt Judd, L.V                           Kiseljak, Yugoslavia                 Attacking m/t and trains on Doboj - Zenica line; hit by debris after atacking fuel carrier at Dobrinj, lost
                   Lt Hall, E.W                            Yugoslavia                           Lost in bad weather returning from abortive raid in Yugoslavia; KIA, Belgrade War Cememtery
                   Cap Lombard                             Yugoslavia                           Lost in bad weather returning from abortive raid in Yugoslavia, pilot baled out due to a fuel exustion (
                   Driggs, Louis L                                                                                                   Rtn. Mission to Brux, developed a leak, headed back 15 min befor
                   Isaac Pederson-pilot                    Zagreb, Yugoslavia                   Mission to Salzburg, PFF a/c; flak; (47 missions). Source:Z.Bocek
                   Lt Harrison                             Grubisno Polje, Yugoslavia           On weather recce, out of fuel, belly landed SW of the city. Picked by partisans and transferred to Rus
                   2/Lt. Loper, Warren M                   Vodice, Yugoslavia                                                        Rtn. Escort to Brux, on return run into of the town, rsc. by partisan
                                                                                                Escort to Brux, on return run into flak, started losing fuel rapidly and c/l N flak, started losing fuel rapid
                                                           Bosanska ???                         flak
                                                           Djurdjevac, Yugoslavia               flak
                   11 RTD                                  Daruvar, Yugoslavia                  Mission to Vienna, dmg. by flak, c/l; rescued by partisans and Russians
                   Herman Marrone - pilot; 9 evaded        B. Petrovac, Yugoslavia              Mission to Moosbierbaum oil refinery, dmg by flak, OOF on return, all b/o
                   Lt. Spence, W.N                         Zenica, Yugoslavia                   On offensive sweep along communication Sarajevo - Brod, hit by flak, a/c crashed just south of Zenic
                   F/O Fairley, A.G                        Yugoslavia                           On armed recce Doboj -Brod. Hit by flak attacking single M/T, called up to say has been hit; b/o but c
                   F/S Wetherall (RCAF)                    Kresevo, Yugoslavia                  attacking m/t N of Sarajevo; c/l S of town
                                                           Kutina, Yugoslavia                   Flak over target, No 4 hit and out, a/c crashed and burned
                                            days
2 L/t Kaiser - pilot ? | crew of 9 RTD in 3Benkovac, Yugoslavia           MIssion to Vienna, c/l 2 miles E of town, rsc, by partisans
Ofw. Rump                                  Yugoslavia                     Mission to Vienna, dmg. by flak, c/l 20 km E of town; rescued by partisans and Russians
2/Lt Marshall, Clarence P. - pilot         Ivanjska, Yugoslavia           Misson to Linz m/y; The official web-site staes this a/c crashed near Vordenberg, but reports receive
                                           Ljubljana, Yugoslavia          flak; mission to oil rafinery in Germany
                                           Dreznica, Yugoslavia           Crashed at 2.30pm
3 KIA; others saved                        Vis, Yugoslavia                damaged by fighters, ditched waiting to land on
1 KIA; 2POW; 8 evaded                      Pjevlja, Yugoslavia            Mission to Odertal, electric failure, collided w. another a/c on bomb run, 3 crewmembers b/o, tried to
2/Lt Weiglein, Lorenz Karl                 Split ?, Yugoslavia                                                  Escort to fire, feathered it return left engine caught fire, feathered
                                                                          Escort to Blechammer, on return L/E caught Blechammer, on but couldn't extinguish fire, ordered to b
                                           Zagreb, Yugoslavia             fighters; mission to oil rafinery in Germany
2/Lt Salvatore, Giordano - RTD             Prnjavor, Yugoslavia           M/F, Crashed at 2.30pm                Mechanical failure Crashed at 2.30pm, Prnjavor, Yugoslavia Loca
2/Lt Kraus, Howard | 9 RTD                 Izbiste, Yugoslavia            Mission to Blechamer, dmg by flak, c/l with wheels down. No info if this plane returned later, no MAC
3 RTD at least                             Vitorog Mountain, Yugoslavia   Mission to Blechamer, flak knocked No.2, try to head for Vis, all b/o
Arthur Dunn-pilot, 3 WIA all 10 RTD Biograd, Yugoslavia                   Mission to Ordetal, damaged by fighters c/l 2 m E of town. Add. info: Z. Bocek
Cpt Gill - pilot; all 10 RTD               Zagreb, Yugoslavia             Mission to Blechamer, lost 2 superchargers before IP, headed for base, hit in left wing by flak over Za
Lt Doering - pilot; 3 KIA, others RTD Bosanski Petrovac, Yugoslavia       Mission to Oswiecim. Is it the same a/c reported crashed at Palanka?
1 RTD at least                             Brac, Yugoslavia               Mission to Blechammer, after dropping bombs developed gas leak on NO 4. Over Gyor hit by flak. Tr
                                           Vis, Island, Yugoslavia        crashed
1 POW; 9 evaded                            Bihac, Yugoslavia              Mission to Blechammer, b/o over YU. Additional info: D.Frka
                                           Zagreb, Yugoslavia             claimed by Lt. Zimmermman 307th FS/31st FG
                                           Korcula, Yugoslavia            Mission to Blechamer, b/o over island, a/c hit th ehillside and burned apart from tail section
                                           Sisak, Yugoslavia
crew of 10, 8 rescued at least             Sanski Most, Yugoslavia
A. J. Grossman-pilot                       Vis Island, Yugoslavia         Mission to Blechammer; c/l on the island (36 missions). Additional info:Z. Bocek, D. Frka
Sqn/Ldr Milan Protic                       Zepce , Yugoslavia             AAA; crashed near Brezovo Polje
                                            by partisans
1/Lt Bone, Donald L- crew of 9, rescuedMirna, Yugoslavia                  Mission to Bruck, old a/c that couldn't follow formation, jettisoned 4 bombs and tried to return.
2/Lt Zellman, Lawrence G.                  Banja Luka, Yugoslavia                                              Listed as bombers, tried Yugoslavia(44°10' 17°50), taken by ch
                                                                          Escort to Bruck, low on fuel while waiting for POW. Location,to return, engine cut-and b/o, Point Of De
W/O Ralph                                  Niksic, Yugoslavia             Hit by flak while strafing M/T, b/o and rescued by partisans
                                           Yugoslavia                     crashed near Adraitic coast during supply drop mission
McConnaughey, Clarence R                                                                                       KIA Plane coded WZ-Z. Location, 44°52' N-14°49' E. , 34 Miles S
                                           Vis Island, Yugoslavia         Mission to Blechammer, badly damaged, 3 engines out, crash landed (99 missions)
Cpt JOhanson - pilot; 5 RTD at least Drvar, Yugoslavia                    Mission to Blechamer, hit by flak, No.1 fetahered, couldn't made to Vis and all b/o. J. Baugher had in
POWs by 7.SS division                      Konjic, Yugoslavia             Hit by flak during bomb run, right wing tip blown off. On return problems with hydraulics, headed to V
9 evaded                                   Vocin, Yugoslavia              Mission to Oswiencin, flak on bombing run, #1 engine shut, after releasing bombs #4 shot up, e/s fail
all evaded                                 Drnis, Yugoslavia              Mission to Oswiencin; last seen at 45:34N,16:44E. Additional info: D. Frka
                                           Vransko, Yugoslavia            Lone Wolf mission to Linz on night 25/26, all b/o
Durant, Clinton S                                                                                              FOD. Hometown: Chatham County, GA. Location, 44° 52' N, 14°
Cowin, James Jr                                                                                                FOD. Hometown: Hennepin County, MN. Location, 43°30' N - 14°
Lt Levixt? - pilot | crew of 9 RTD         Yugoslavia
Cpt Johanson - pilot; 5 RTD at least Niksic, Yugoslavia                   Mission to Blechamer, hit by flak, No.1 fetahered, couldn't made to Vis and all b/o, cr. into hill 5 m N o
Lt Cummings, R.G (SAAF)                    Zavidovici, Yugoslavia         On offensive sweep of road Doboj - Sarajevo, flak W of town, b/o safely. RTD
Maj Luigi Morriati                         Mojkovac, Yugoslavia           Hit by flak, crashed 10 km NW of town trying to b/o. Add. info: D. Frka
pilot KIA, others safe with partisans? Pivka, Yugoslavia                  Mission to Regensburg, returned due to M/F, and b/o
Lt. Bratt, Albert V. Jr.                   Ljubljana, Yugoslavia          brought down by flak; POW            POW. Location, P P E-0040 3 Miles N. E. Of Celje. Point Of Depa
Lt. Wiliam Holding                         Sarajevo, Yugoslavia           flak; strafing; KIA
F/S Aldercott                              Yugoslavia                     cause flak, attacking the train; ORB says the pilot reported angine trouble 15 N of Tremiti island; MIA
F/Lt Mulachy-Morgan, A.J.                  Derventa, Yugoslavia           hit by flak and crashed after destroying the train with bombs
3 KIA, 2 RTD, 2 ?                          Glina, Yugoslavia              NIckeling mission to Sisak, hit 3 times by flak while at 5000 ft 15 m SW of Sisak
P/O W. Agnew                               Yugoslavia                     brought down by flak near Sarajevo; seen trailing white smoke; b/o
Lt Lardner | Lt Boughey                    Cres island, Yugoslavia        during attack on tgts on Losinj island elevator shot off by flak; climbed to 4000 ft b/o; only one parach
                                           Austria                        to be deleted!!!
8 KIA                                      Yugoslavia                     supply drop mission to NW Ljubljana
5 RTD                                      Gerovo, Yugoslavia             Supply mission to Ljubljana area; c/l, weather caused
                                           Rastovac,
2/Lt Carlson, E Jr - pilot | all RTD on 12/01/1945 Yugoslavia             Mission to Linz, flak, No 1 damage, headed to Vis when others engines cut, 3 b/o before a/c c/l
4 KIA; 7 survived                          Adriatic, Yugoslavia                 mission to Linz; two engines knocked over the target; tried to reach Vis but ditched 5 m from the islan
Leonard Waldman-pilot                      Pristina, Yugoslavia; 8 RTD; 2 KIA   Mission to Bleckhammer. 17.12.44., landed Beograd, 8 crew RTD with C 47, pilot& co-pilot attempted
John Heres Jr-pilot                        Duzica, Yugoslavia                   Mission to Vienna; out of fuel, crashed near Sisak. Source:Z.Bocek
1/Lt McKinney - pilot - all RTD            Svinjica, Yugoslavia                 Mission to Florisdorf, No.1 run away on bomb run, 4 bombs salvoed, the rest bombed, b/o near Sisak
                                           Yugoslavia                           (from J Baugher serial list)
2/Lt Murphy, Alfred, A.- 9 RTD             Srebrenica, Yugoslavia               Mission to Vienna, M/F on No 2 and bomb bay door, managed to salvoed bombs, all b/o. NO MACR
Lt. Baldwin, Austin G                      Yugoslavia                                                                POW. Escort
                                                                                Escort to Vienna, b/o on return over Drava river to Vienna, bailed out over Drava River, Yugoslavia.
2/Lt Bolmgren - pilot                      Banja Luka, Yugoslavia               Mission to Vienna, low on fuel, hit by flak, salvoed bombs, after Lake Balaton headed for Vis and b/o
5 RTD                                      Skabrnje, Yugoslavia                 5 b/o over Yu, the rest SW of Klagenfurt. The coordinate for crash is given N of Unista
Lt Campbell | F/O Davies                   Kornati Islands, Yugoslavia          After attack on targets on Mali Losinj, ditched at 43:48N 15:15E, among small islet of Kornati Islands
Lt English - pilot | all safe but Cpl. Rau Sanski Most, Yugoslavia
                                           Brod, Yugoslavia                     Pilot Robert S. Hogan and the navigator Chester Zubowski bailed out
                                           Siprage,
1/Lt Wands - pilot | Crew reported safe in Jajce Yugoslavia                     No.1 hit by flak just before target, all b/o, a/c cr. 3 miles N of place
                                           Kobarid, Yugoslavia                  Crew rescued
                                           Yugoslavia                           (from J Baugher serial list)
Lt Ulsky - pilot                           Rijeka, Yugoslavia                   Mission to Linz, bombed alt. target Graz, hit by flak, all b/o and a/c cr. and burned in the city area, all
3 RTD, 7 POW                               Pula, Yugoslavia
                                           Biograd na the rest RTD
Lt Morrison - pilot - navigator and nose gunner KIA,Moru, Yugoslavia            A/c crashed in water in Pasmanski channel, and burned
                                           Medak, by partisans
4 captured by Germans, but freed next morning Yugoslavia                        Mission to Linz, M/F and dropped out of formation, headingg to base enlisted men b/o, c/l because n
all MIA; Chester Chat Bailey - w/g         Vis, Yugoslavia                      Ditched near the island
                                           Glina, Yugoslavia
1/Lt Grosmann, Robert N                    Yugoslavia
Sgt Greaves, P.L                           Podlog pod Bohorjem, Yugoslavia                                         while atacking FB280/ GA X / Sgt Peter Landless smoke, b/o
                                                                                Bombing the viaduct near Ptuj, s/d Mustang Mk. IIItrain at Pragersko, a/c leaving black Greaves, 1808
Lt Janse van Rensburg                      Zapresic, Yugoslavia                 Last seen in a dive bombing the bridge near Zapresic; KIA
Capt. Enslin, B.G.S.                       Zapresic, Yugoslavia                 Presumably brought down attacking the bridge on railway line south of Zapresic; During attack one a
F/S Hearndon, A.W.                         Yugoslavia                           On armed recce mission between Novska and Brod; at 43:50N 16:20E lost its leader in cloud; given
8 KIA                                      Yugoslavia                           Mission 'ICARUS MINOR' to drop supplies to Virovitica region; 45 containers and 45 packages delive
7 KIA                                      Kakanj, Yugoslavia                   supply drop to NE Bosnia, Tuzla region; it might have gone down near Kakanj
2/Lt Daugherty, C.R - RTD                  Koper, Yugoslavia                    Rescued by partisans
                                           Srpska Crnja, Yugoslavia             Mission to Moosbierbaum Oil Refinery, damaged and 2 engines out of action, landed in friendly territo
                                           Kotor, Montenegro                    flak
                                           Yugoslavia
                                           Yugoslavia
2nd Lt. Edward K. Delano                   Adriatic, Yugoslavia                 Mission to Moosbierbaum Oil Refinery, OOF, DIT on return. Info: group web site
2/Lt Klein - pilot - All RTD               VInkovci, Yugoslavia                 Mission to Moosbierbaum, M/F on No.1 before IP, turned to base, all b/o between Vukovar and Vinko
7 RTD                                      Yugoslavia                           Missing on supply drop TOFFE 2 carrying 15 containers; c/l in drop zone
Maj Edwards | Maj Rider                    Otoka, Yugoslavia                    Crashed on take off, crew slightly injured , a/c destroyed
Lt. Gibson, Geroge W                       Kurilovec, Yugoslavia                                                      MIA. Raus
                                                                                S/d by AAA while attacking a/d. Info: via Plane coded WZ-Q. Location, Kurlilovec A/D, 10 Miles S E O
Hall, Alton L                                                                                                         Location, 5 Mi. W Of Sisak, Yugoslavia. (45° 30' N - 16° 16' E). P
Carlton, Harry S                                                                                                      POW. Location, 2 Mi. N E Of Sisak, Yugoslavia. (45°30' N - 16°2
Shaub, William F                                                                                                      Location, Kurilovec A/D, Yugoslavia. (45° 42' N - 16° 05' E). Point
Maj. Wagner, Frank B                       Kurilovec, Yugoslavia                                                      S/d. Raus
                                                                                S/d by AAA while attacking a/d. Info: viaLocation, 10 Mi. S E Of Kurilovec A/D, Yugo. (45° 36' N - 16°
Lt Jacobs, R.V (SAAF)                      Yugoslavia                           Missing during low level strafing on line Zagreb-Celje-Maribor; KIA
5 KIA                                      Yugoslavia                           Crashed in low clouds during supply drop mission in FLOATSAM are in YU
                                           Zadar, Yugoslavia                    Crashed at a/d
F/Lt Ball                                  Sanski Most, Yugoslavia              Engine cut during light flak; f/l near British HQ; back to the unit in 3 days
Sqdn Ldr Aleksandar Cenic                  Zadvarje , Yugoslavia                targets between Sarajevo - Mostar; engine cut; f/l
                                           Yugoslavia                           The crew rescued by partisans
                                           Yugoslavia
                                           Gospic, Yugoslavia                   confirmed
Sgt Janez Antoncic                         Sveti Rok, Yugoslavia                colliided over Licki Osik; lost the oil pressure; c/l; pilot survived; LF455
Sgt Ljubomir Dvorski                       Prkos, Yugoslavia                    see above; managed to return to Prkos and c/l; shouldn't be in this list
Gefr. Schreiber, Hans-Heinrich - KIA Zagreb, Yugoslavia                         S/d by allied fighter; KIA
Ofw. Harnack, Wolfgang - KIA               Gorica, Yugoslavia               S/d by allied fighter; KIA
Hptm. Jacobs, Kurt                         Gorica, Yugoslavia               S/d by allied fighter; KIA
                                           Yugoslavia                       Enemy action, probably hit by flak 90% damage
Lt Bodley | Lt McClelland                  Dobova, Yugoslavia               attacking Dobova and Smerje m/y; flak; port engine smoking; c/l 5 m W D.; crew seen walked away f
                                           Yugoslavia                       C/l; 70% damage
                                           Jablanac, Yugoslavia             Exploded in mid air, crashed near vilage Velika Brisnica, the crew KIA, burried in Belgrade at the end
Lt P.J.B Kruger | F/O Younger              Kutina, Yugoslavia               Attacking fuel depot at Banova Jaruga, last seen just prior attack. A/c discovered later near railway 2
                                           Sarajevo?, Yugoslavia            Overturned on t/o, 75% damaged
F/O Blair                                  Rab Island, Yugoslavia           Attacking officer's house at Vrbnik, Krk Is.; passing Rab hit by 40 mm AA from Lopar; glycol leak; b/o
                                           Yugoslavia                       the entry is doubtfull, to be deleted
                                           Vis Island, Yugoslavia           Damaged by flak over target; reached the Vis air strip on 3 engines; crashlanded; DBR; there is a ref
F/Lt Elliot. G.P.                          Slovenska Bistrica, Yugoslavia   Mission to bomb bridges on communication Ptuj-Maribor-Celje. Hit by flak attacking a locomotive and
7 RTD                                      Daruvar, Yugoslavia              Mission 'ICARUS MINIMUS' to drop supplies, s/d by light AA, the pilot made c/l because W.Op was w
F/Lt Milos Marinovic                       Bukovica, Yugoslavia             damaged by r/p explosion; f/l
W/O R Thomson                              Celje, Yugoslavia                Offensive sweep on railway line Celje - Maribor where he was last seen; KIA
                                           Yugoslavia                       Tyre failure, 80% damage
                                           Yugoslavia
F/Lt Straker, W.J.P.                       Slunj, Yugoslavia                Hit by flak over Maribor,reported engine troubles, b/o and rescued by partisans, RTD on 26/02/45
Fw. Broscheit                              Varazdin, Yugoslavia             Overturned on take off, 80% damage
Lt Kenyon, I. D - RTD                      Slano, Yugoslavia                Ferry flight Catania - Foggia - Iesi, loss of orientation due to bad weather and faulty compass, OOF,
                                           Lucko, Yugoslavia                Overturned on landing, 60% damage
1/Lt Benkoski, Ernest F                    Bjelovar, Yugoslavia                                                   POW. Plane coded HA, named *Butch The VI*, *Ray* and *Kiki* c
                                                                            Hit in the radiator by small calibre fire while escorting B-24s, f/l; POW
                                           Bjelovar, Yugoslavia             Mission to Graz, landed at Bjelovar by mistake because of battle damage, captured, destroyed 9 day
1/Lt O'Neill, William - pilot | all 10 RTD Zadar, Yugoslavia                Hit twice over target, all b/o and RTD to Italy the same day, a/c last seen flying inland
Richard Essor-pilot                        Gospic, Yugoslavia               Mission to Vienna, came down because of mechanical failure. Source:Z.Bocek
                                           Rt Savudrija, Croatia            Recce mission over Adriatic, cr after engine failure, pilot unhurt (source:'Air War Italy 1944-1945, Bea
                                           Sombor, Yugoslavia               Mission to Vienna. Damaged and seen heading towards friendly territory. Emergency landing, taken
8 KIA                                      Pula, Yugoslavia                 MIA; hit by flak over Pula; crew buried in Italy; TO BE CHECKED
Uffz. Wiborg, Karl-Ernst - KIA             Zapresic, Yugoslavia             Hit by light AA
1/Lt Adams, Clarence - pilot |             Zadar, Yugoslavia                Mission to Bruck, ailerons shot by flak, over a/d circeld four times but couldn't contact tower, all b/o a
                                           Yugoslavia                       Crash-landed, 60% damage
W/O P S Rundle                             Pag Island, Yugoslavia           Attacked Pag town, after firing the rocket broke away around th hill; not seen since
Uffz. Vess, Heinrich                       Rijeka, Yugoslavia               Hit by light AA
F/Lt A. Patterson                          Pag, Yugoslavia                  Hit by flak attacking enemy positions on the island; b/o; rescued by partisans
Ft/Lt McCaig                               Adriatic coast, Yugoslavia       b/o over Pernat Island ?
Sgt Mehmedalija Losic                      Bugojno, Yugoslavia              hit by intense AAA over Doboj; f/l; rescued by partisans; acft hidden by partisans until the war's end
P/O Day, R.A                               Blagaj, Yugoslavia               Offensive sweep on line Bihac- Debrecin; on return straffed enemy positions at B. Novi when hit and
all RTD                                    Krasinec, Yugoslavia             Mission to Augsburg; hit by flak over target; engine #1 and wing damaged; c/l on emergency a/d; dbr
                                           Kanfanar, Yugoslavia             MIssion to Brenner Pass, flak cu oil lines, No 1 & 2 feathered, b/o because a/c was losing the altitude
1/Lt Owens, William - pilot | all RTD      Krk Island, Yugoslavia           Mission to Bolzano, M/F on No.2, after bombing No.1 out, all b/o, a/c CR in high ground
                                           Sombor, Yugoslavia               Emergency landing, taken by Russians; reference:internet
                                           Yugoslavia                       crash landed in N Yugoslavia
all POW                                    Gospic, Yugoslavia               Mission to Moosbierbaum, b/o 20m from town, captured by Ustachi
F/L Muir, J.R.                             Varazdin, Yugoslavia             Hit by small calibre fire attacking the train, divecrashed, KIA
F/O Ashley, A.G.R.                         Karlovac, Yugoslavia             Offensive sweep Varazdin - Zagreb. Returned due to technical fault and fuel shortage. He tried to rea
                                           Banja Luka, Yugoslavia           Mission to Moosbieraum, dropped beihind due to engine problem, hit by flak over Lake Balaton, tried
POWs by Ustase                             Bronzani Majdan, Yugoslavia      Misson to Linz, eng. 4 overheating, at IP it cut out, headed to Zadar, bombs salvoed, b/o SE of town,
F/O Donnely, P                             Varazdin, Yugoslavia             Strafed 6 M/T on communication Sesvete - Varazdin. Missing at position 6 kilometers west of Varazd
F/O D.H.P. Lott                            Vis, Yugoslavia                  cr returning from the offensive mission in bad weather 2 m E from the island; MIA
                                           Sombor, Yugoslavia               Emergency landing, taken by Russians; reference:internet
Lt. Mathias, Albert C                      Jesenice, Yugoslavia             cause flak, attacking the train       From Illinois. Location, D-0561, Sheet #7b, Triesti, 1,250,000, Poi
Lt.Col. Thaxton, Charles W.                Sisak, Yugoslavia                                                      MIA. Location, 45°30' Z. Bocek
                                                                            B/o from 8000 ft due to engine trouble, survived. Source: N, 16° 20' E. Point Of Departure, Salsola, It
P/O Gilchrist                              Livade, Yugoslavia               b/o due to flak damage; rescued by partisans
8 KIA                                  Yugoslavia                      Struck during the bombing raid against Graz m/y; B-24J-80-CF; crew buried in Italy; TO BE CHECKE
                                       Sombor, Yugoslavia              Emergency landing, taken by Russians; reference:internet
                                       Sombor, Yugoslavia              Emergency landing, taken by Russians; reference:internet
2 KIA, 4 evaded                        Rasa, Yugoslavia                hit by heavy AAA on bombing run to destroy coal jettys; cr on fire
Lt Vitesis, P.P - pilot, 7 POW         Yugoslavia                      Mid air collision with another a/c - see below - badly damaged and crew had to bail out at appx 46:00
Lt Cleverly, J.R (SAAF)                Sanski Most, Yugoslavia         Escorting single C-47 to S.M.; engine cut; b/o 6 m from town, RTD to unit
Lt Lalewicz, Chester - pilot           Yugoslavia                      See above
P/O I J MacGregor                      Losinj Island, Yugoslavia       roll into verical bank appr tgt on the island; cr into hillside bursting in flames(presumably hit by small a
W/O Johnston, P.M.                     Kidricevo, Yugoslavia           Hit by return fire attacking a locomotive with 30 wagons. Hit at 1200 feet, the pilot tried to bail out 2 k
W/O Iago, I.A.H.                       Cres Island, Yugoslavia         Hit by machine gun fire while photographing Cres Bay area and jetties. Managed to bail out, but para
                                       Zadar, Yugoslavia               Crashed landed at Zadar a/d after being hit by friendly fire; crew escaped; the aircraft burned
Lt van den Bos                         Karlovac, Yugoslavia            POW
Thomas Parrish-pilot; all 10 POW       Ljubljana, Yugoslavia           Mission to Regensburg; flak
W/O Willan                             Livade, Yugoslavia              flak; f/l; rescued by partisans; unclear if the plane was repaired??
Lt Collins, R.D. (SAAF)                Rab Island, Yugoslavia          brought down by coastal flak; rescued by ASR
Harwey Mitchell-pilot; 10 POW          Koprivnica, Yugoslavia          Mission to Almasfuzito oil rafinery; mechanical failure
Lt Washington, Samuel                  Yugoslavia
2/Lt Cornell, Clark                    Ptuj, Yugoslavia                                                      Numbered miles SE of fire while attacking RR bridge,
                                                                       Hit by AA fire while attacking RR bridge, b/o 2 9, Hit by AA town, rescued by partisans pilot bailed
1/Lt Estes, Charles - pilot | 11 RTD   Prijedor, Yugoslavia            Mission to Vienna, No.1 and No.4 knocked by flak, radio eqp. didn't work, all b/o near Prnjavor from 7
                                       Yugoslavia                                                            Na drugom mestu piše: 03/16/45 Vienna, Au. - left formation to
3 POW at least                         Bihac?, Yugoslavia              Mission to Moosbierbaum
1 evaded; 9 POW                        Karlobag, Yugoslavia            Mission to Vienna
W/O H. I. Pinkerton                    Rab, Yugoslavia                 Hit by flak attacking gun positions on the island; ditched off the island but didn't get out; MIA
Steve Dostal                           Varazdin, Yugoslavia            AAA; strafing locomotives; c/l; evaded Rtn. A/A; strafing locomotives; crash landed, evaded Varazdi
                                                                                                             S/d
Ash, Paul B.                                                                                                 POW. Location, 46°19' N; 16°20' E. Point Of Departure, Lesina, It
Meidinger, John C.                                                                                           KIA. Entered the Service from, North Dakota, Tablets of the Missi
1/Lt Berry, Robert E.                  Varazdin ?, Yugoslavia          POW                                   POW. Varazdin ?, Yugoslavia
                                       Krizevci, Yugoslavia
Richard Urban- - pilot, all POW by Ustachi                             Mission to Vienna, returning over Aus - Yu border hit by flak while on 18000 ft, engines 3 & 4 set on f
John Lincoln-pilot                     Kocevje, Yugoslavia             Mission to Viena; mechanical failure. Source: Z. Bocek
Arnold Kessler-pilot; all 10 RTD       Sombor, Yugoslavia              Mission to Vienna; flak; taken by YAF. Source: Z. Bocek
                                       Ljubljana, Yugoslavia           AAA, attacking the train
S/Ldr Usher, G.L                       Ljubljana, Yugoslavia                                                 Mustang Mk. IV hit in the glycol system, b/o, Usher, people hang
                                                                       S/d attacking targets from Ljubljana m/y to Maribor,KH793/ GA L / Flt Lt G Lauriesave by 88251 /A/C
Capt DIckinson | F/Lt Brace            Opatovac, Yugoslavia            Attacking the German HQ in the castle at Cernik. Hit by flak, feathered port engine. Started jettisonin
F/O Welch, P.B.                        Slovenske Konjice, Yugoslavia   Strafed the train protruding from tunel at Slovenske Konjice. After attack smoke seen coming behind
                                       Krapina,
Conway - pilot; 1 KIA, 2 RTD, 6 POW by UstachiYugoslavia               Mission to Spittal m/y, radar ship, hit by flak over target, managed to get to Maribor when hit by flak a
Ft Lt MacKinnon, J.H.M                 S.Toplice, Yugoslavia           Attacked the train, hit by flak, managed to climb to 1500 ft and bail out as the aircraft caught fire. The
Lt Thomson, W (SAAF)                   Zagreb, Yugoslavia              Hit during attack on a/p at Gornji Stupnik, b/o after crossing the rail line w of Zagreb;POW
Lt T.S. Bailey | Lt D.A. Dayson        Gorazde, Yugoslavia             Crashed on ariver bank after attacking enemy positions; flak?' rescued by partisans
F/S Pratt, D.L.                        Ostrozac, Yugoslavia            Hit by 88mm flak after bombing the bridge; b/o but parachute didn't deploy; KIA
Lt/Col Grffith, Hugh A. Jr.            Prijedor, Yugoslavia                                                  Escort to while attacking train by small arms fire to reach Zadar tr
                                                                       Escort to Linz, right engine hit by small AAA Linz, right engine hit at St. Polten, tried while attacking a
1/Lt Bartels, Harry. C - 9 RTD         Cerknica, Yugoslavia            Mission to Linz, M/F on No 4, tried to return to Zadar, b/o due to low clouds
5 KIA; 2 RTD, 1?                       Vinica, Yugoslavia              Mission to Graz m/y, on return s/d by Ju 88
                                       Yugoslavia                      Crashed landed at Zadar airport; aircraft burned; crew survived
Wallace Moore-pilot, 4 RTD 6 KIA       Palanka, Yugoslavia             Mission to Maribor; flak; ref: surviving crewmemeber; Bihac; Additional info:Z.Bocek
Lt Merle Adams-pilot                   Maribor, Yugoslavia             Mission to Maribor. hit by flak between enines 3 & 4 seting wing on fire, b/o about 35 km SE of town
Sidney Lochansky-pilot; 3 POW, 7 rtd BIhac, Yugoslavia                 Mission to Maribor. Source:Z.Bocek
all rescued                            Primosten, Yugoslavia           Mission to Okucani m/y, fire developed on port engine, turned to Zadar but a/c caught fire and crew b
                                       Maribor, Yugoslavia             S/d on armed recce on Radece-Celje-Maribor route; walked away from a/c and rescued by partisans
F/O Fischer, James                     Yugoslavia
Bostick, Warren R.                                                                                        KIA. Location, D-1058 Near Moste, Yugoslavia, Point Of Departur
1/Lt Blair, Walter L.                  Yugoslavia                      POW
Brezas, Michael                        Sombor, Yugoslavia                                                 Location, Vicinity Of Magyarlad, the aircraft taken by YAF
                                                                       Emergency landing at Sombor a/d after battle damage over Austria;Hungary. Point Of Departure, Trio
2nd/Lt Veitch, Ray (SAAF)              Yugoslavia                      Hit by flak attacking communications betwen Maribor and Graz, b/o 4 KM NW of Vrsar, landed in the
Lt. Boyd, D.N                     Zrece, Yugoslavia            Hit by flak over Yugoslavia, pilot bailed out
F/Sgt W J B Jones                 Crikvenica, Yugoslavia       Hit by flak in the rocket rails; dived into the sea; expl on impact
Sergente Micheloni, Mario - KIA   Imotski, Yugoslavia          Hit by flak attacking m/t at Pazaric(Sarajevo), crashed on return, buried by locals
W/O McInerheney, W.J              Slovenj Gradec, Yugoslavia   Hit by flak attacking m/t between Celje -Maribor, cr 2 miles NW of town evaded
W/O Clark, J                      Maribor, Yugoslavia          Probably hit by small arms fire chasing Fiesler Storch; b/o and seen dangling from the tree; SE from
Maj Odendaal, H.O.M (SAAF)        Radlje, Yugoslavia           On offensive sweep Maribor - Celje, hit by flak, oredered to b/o, resc. by partisans, RTD
7 MIA                             Yugoslavia                   Mission to Novska, NFD
                                  Yugoslavia                   Mission to Novska, NFD
Sgt Oddie, G.R                    Yugoslavia                   Listed as been saved by partisans; but not in the unit's ORB ???
2/Lt Mills, Raymond Samuel        Skarucna, Yugoslavia                                                Strafing mission Ljubljana, a/c consciousness into spin, b/o, pla
                                                               Strafing mission to Munich, lost consciousness overto Munich, lost stalled and wentover Ljubljana, cap
Wilbur Wetzel-pilot               Krk Island, Yugoslavia       Mission to Udine. Source:Z.Bocek
Sgt Buchan, E.P                   Cerovnik, Yugoslavia         hit the tree and exploding during the atack against the road traffic north from Otocac and Vrhovine
P/O Vemic, Nikola                 Babin Potok, Yugoslavia      Crashed during bombing
F/S Jones                         Brac, Yugoslavia             Hit near Zepce, b/o over Brac island
2/Lt Hodges, Hubert, E            RIjeka, Yugoslavia                                                   near Trieste, 45°20'N-14°20'E. Point Of Departure, Mondolfo, It
                                                               Escort to Brenner Pass, engine cutMIA. Location,tried to return to Zadar but fire started, b/o 30 km N
Sgt Davies, R H                   Prvic Island, Yugoslavia     Hit by 40 mm AA attacking E boats in Senj harbour; oil leak;b/o from 800 over the island; no dinghy o
Lt Gardener, E                    Begov Han, Yugoslavia        Hit by 20 mm shell during the dive bombing near Zepce; a/c broke up at 2000 ft; chute seen to open
Therriault, Rene A                                                                                    Location, Vicinity Of Lusci Palanki, Yugoslavia, Point Of Departure
P/O Gray                          Zepce, Yugoslavia            Brought down during attack on motor transport
6 KIA, 1 RTD                      Ljubljana, Yugoslavia        Mission to Villach m/y, hit by flak S of the city
F/Lt Brand, C                     Labin, Yugoslavia            Flak; a/c crashed 1 km S of Krapan; rescued by Royal navy
P/O E Tomlinson                   Bakar, Yugoslavia            Spun into the ground from 200-300 ft and exploded, crashed in Bakar Bay on the oposite side of tow
F/O Baker                         Babin Potok, Yugoslavia      b/o; rescued by partisans
P/O Lettis                        Bihac, Yugoslavia            f/l 5 miles S Bihac; rescued by partisans
Lt Nixon, J.H (SAAF)              Yugoslavia                                                          Mustang Mk. - KH467/ GA Z
                                                               Brought down attacking the trains on line TriesteIII Ljubljana, KIA / Lt John Hellon Nixon, 542313V, S
F/O Kendell, R.A.C                Koromacno, Yugoslavia        S/d over Rasa Bay from Stalije; b/o over sea 1/2 km S of town; picked by rowing boat and RTD
F/O Robertson, D.E.               Novska, Yugoslavia           Missing on offensive sweep; c/l between Novska and Pakrac. RTD to unit
                                  Postojna, Yugoslavia         B/o south of town and crew presumably picked by retreating chetnik formations
F/S Farley                        Kostajnica, Yugoslavia       Crashed and seen to run towards woods
F/O Barret                        Yugoslavia                   On sweep between Okucani and Zagreb; pbly s/d by Bf109
                                  Yugoslavia                   Crashed at Zadar a/d. To check if it returned
Sgt Ramsbotham, Edmund            Senozec, Yugoslavia          MIA during low level attack in Trieste area
F/O Hindle                        Goli Otok, Yugoslavia        engine cut after patrol between Rijeka - Karlovac; ditched offshore; MIA
Sdn Ldr Nikola Vemic              Yugoslavia                   MIA on transfer flight Zemun - Zadar; acft borroved from No 352 Sqn
Lt Logan                          Zagreb, Yugoslavia           POW; south from Zagreb
6 KIA                             Dugo Selo, Yugoslavia        43-34605 ??; flak shot down during the bombing of a bridge on line Popovaca - Dugo Selo
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rs, 3 gunners b/o over Bulgaria, c/l
ocation, 8 Miles West Of Shoplje, Yugoslavia Point Of Departure, Fortunato Cesari, Italy. Skoplje, Yugoslavia, Missing after bombing a train and an ammunition dump; KIA, he was buried in Skopje park, Home
 cal failure while on shipping rece in South Adriatic. Sgt Ritchie rescued in dinghy near Lastovo




ocation, Just South Of Scutari, Albania Point Of Departure, Fortunato Cesari, Italy. Entered the Service from, California, Tablets of the Missing at Sicily-Rome American Cemetery, Nettuno, Italy, Awards: Air M




ed by Maj Teresio Vitorio Martinioli



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on return flight engine cut and had to ditch between Mljet and Lastovo at 42:44N, 17:12E . Seen to float on the surface, but ASR unable to find him.MIA
nian coast. Claimed by Group Capt P.H. Hugo over Tivat Bay, a/c caught fire and came down on shore




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 Peljesac, pilot b/o; POW; a/c crashed S of Kolocep Island



No 126 Sqn NW Dubrovnik. RTD to unit. Additional info: B. Ciglic
d desintegrating in 3 parts. Crew of 5 and 12 passengers killed. Additional info :B. Ciglic
 . Presumably one of a/c that was returning from ops over Hvar




 rtisans and executed. Additional info: B. Ciglic



                               1618




                               1821
G, Hit by flak, crash-landed, Yugoslavia. Returned by Partisans by 26 Jan 1943

                               1815

                           2061 possible connection in 2058
on R/T over Omis, presumably claimed by LW fighter, MIA

                               1813
                               1812




                               1794
                               1795
                               1796
                               1807




 Location, About 25 Miles South East Of Skoplje, Yugoslovia, Point Of Departure, Foggia # 11. Plane coded BC, near Sofia, Claimed by JG27 30 miles NE of city, Skoplje, Yugoslavia
                               2041
                               2228
 our; b/o at wT61 -about 55 km from the nearest island on Yugoslav side
 ion, crew seen to b/o between R-inj and Vodnjan, last seen at 45-08N - 13-44E. Italians reported a/c coming from S and crashing N of the town
bly s/d by n/f from 6./NJG01; exploded 2 m SW Maribor




o the ground, presumably s/d by flak. KIA
 (16 missions). Source:Z.Bocek
4 and bomb dors; attacked by e/a, 5 b/o over Germany, dmg a/c escorted back to Yu where other 5 b.o, rsc by partisans
                                            2569
es before target, on return 5 b/o over Delnice, 5 over M-alj, rsc. by partisans



e pao kod Maribora. U USAF bazu upisana Austrija.
 No.2 cut, hit by e/a on return, No.1 dmg, elevators shot to pieces, 1 KIA, b/o NW of town

                                2574 also see 2566
 ers (18 missions).Source:Z.Bocek
ers over Ljubljana, went into the dive
ers over Ljubljana, engine #3 on fire, crew bailed out
e pao kod Maribora. U USAF bazu upisana Italija.
 . 2 run away, att. by e/a over Rijeka, order to b/o at 2.42pm




ations, presumably lost through enemy action. MIA

ed engine trouble, climbed and b/o
ontrols shot out; all crew b/o between Pirovac and K-nje; NO LW claims ? - 25 missions. Add. info:Z.Bocek
bombing the Siebel ferry at Jelsa. Pulled up to 2000 f t and b/o, rescued by partisans, a/c cr on the other side of the island
  near Prizba, b/o on flight to Vis Island and picked up by ASR.
                                 3213
 t by 2 Bf 109s, a/c was deep in Yu when 2 eng cut out, b/o
 Novi it began to lag behind, headed back, NO.2 run away, 9 seen to b/o W of town




81missions). Source:Z.Bocek

s ? near Rijeka, heavily damaged by 2 rockets in a left wing, and one in the waist, all b/o
ear Ljubljana. tail shot off; the crippled a/c cr with 8 on board - (13 missions). Ad. info: Z. Bocek
                                                3468
                                                3510

s (22 missions). Source:Z.Bocek
ked by e/a while at 23000 ft, No.3 and 4 shot out, dropped the height, all b/o after No.2 cut
escued by Yugoslav partisans, RTD to the unit on 30/03/1944



  , J.D.Green, waist gunner MIA
awk Mk. III FR861/ GA M (M series) / Sqdn Ldr Peter Fredrick Illingworth, 39529, RAF / A/C shot down near Trogir, Flak causing glycol leak, Aircraft took off at 15:45hrs as part of 12 aircraft formation briefed
 our, German sources confirmed it MIA
 our, German sources confirmed it MIA
 t w. #622 appx at 10.30am; tail completely severed
3 Bf 109s in Klagenfurt area and heavily dmg, b/o 12 km NW of town after both engines cut, rsc by partisans

SW Karlovac, captured by partisans, exchanged 24/04/1944 for captured partisans. Source: J.Prien




ngines out; c/l. Source:Z.Bocek

eturn No.2 gave up and a/c was attacked by 5 Bf 109s, c/l in the valley near the village




  109s over the island, 6 b/o, the rest (5) unknown
 bably hit by small AA fire, trailing black smoke, b/o 2 km E of village, a/c came down into the sea
d inland, opposite the Krk Island; returned to the unit. Source: J.Prien



s, 2 engines out; (22 missions). Source:Z.Bocek




 he a/c went down off the coast of Yu
  to Bucharest, Hungry, leaking fuel, fuel exhausted, bailed out, Belgrade, Yugoslavia
ak, all b/o at 10:45am 20 m from town, picked by chetniks. No MACR ?

                               3952



                               3700



ion between Belgrade and Bazias



o, b/o, rescued by partisans, rtd on 12.May. Info: via D.Frka



hters, crew b/o and picked up by C-47 so there is no MACR




d N of the island, picked by RAF Air Sea Rescue, Vis, Yugoslavia

ather bombed alt. target Nis, OOF, all b/o

nes 1&2 out; ANOTHER SOURCE CITES THIS LOSS OTHER THAN YU. Source:Z.Bocek

nt out w/o no apparent reason, all b/o but a pilot
                               4231
out and right wing holed by flak over target, b/o 30-40 min after target, picked by chetniks




                                 4232



                                 4369
                                 4036 lists 42-110746 which is non existent serial



01 claimed one bomber near Dalj, wounded crew-member taken to Osijek hospital
                               4374
r target, on return 2 eng cut out over Adriatic coast, turned inland and b/o




6 Bf 109s and Me 410s, fuel tank exploded setting a/c on fire.

y flak, oxygen system out, all b/o fr 5000 m because a/c couldn't clear mountains
                               4225




 seen to leave a/c and run from it
e caused a glycol leak. A pilot wounded, b/o over sea SW of Zuljana, 4 km offshore. MIA



                                                4524
, a/c crashed and burned, picked by chetniks
 target, on return jett. all eqp. but couldn't keep altitude. all b/o



                                4724
target, received direct hit in No.2 over target, on return low on gas, hit by flak over Nis, SW of town attacked by 2 Bf 109s of 6./JG51 and s/d
efore reaching IP due to M/F, b/o 3 miles N of town



bandoned a/c over Yu, 1 crew-member died from severe wounds
ver target, attacked by e/a on return, it had only one good eng on Yu border, b/o W of city




 y dmg, hydraulics out, lost formation near Zagreb, all b/o
ered 89, Escort to Wiener Neustadt, s/d by Bf 109s, also claimed two Bf 109, rescued, by partisans, Glina, Yugoslavia
to Wiener Neustadt, mechanical failure on right engine before reaching Austrian border, tried to return, plane caught fire, pilot bailed out NW of town Senj, Yugoslavia
Poljice; seen trailing black smoke ; cr and turned over; not seen to b/o



 ttack on shiping; rescued by ASR

, and later m/t; cr on outskirts of the town; KIA
ce harbour; ditched 1/2 m S Hvar
ombs and headed home, all b/o
 to the target, on rtrn hit by flak over Bor, No.2 and 3 cut out, all b/o at 12.35hrs, rsc by chetniks

e reaching the target Belgrade, 10 evaded
s later No.3 fetahered, when No.1 cut a/c went into spin fr 1400 ft
1/2 hrs after leaving target, 2 eng. destroyed, all b/o but N/G who went down w. a/c, picked by chetniks
n in steep dive over the target; desintegrating on impact 2 m N from town; KIA
ing after attacking the staff car W of B Krupa; KIA
gora Channel; b/o but parachute opend just before hitting the watter; observed floating in Mae West profusely bleeding
 on shipings in Podgora channel, MIA on return to flight to Vis Island

                               6316



                                              5077




on Bihac a/d due to glycol leak; turned over, right wing ripped off; seen to get out of the smoking a/c

vo - Crni Lug; b/o from 1500 ft and landed 8 m NW from the place. RTD on 14/12/44
 ney from P-38 (27.FS/1.FG) (confirmed)

                                            5409
                                            5408
109s near Zagreb, No.3 dmg, fuel lines cut, b/o , a.c cr. on bank of Una River
 109s - from JG 77 - 45 m N of Zagreb

                                              5406
                                5193
nd fighters, No 2 on fire, on return attacked by Bf 109s over Banja Luka, a/c went into spin and blew up




                               5635

 nd, reason ?; 4 KIA(drowned), 6 rescued(1 wounded) by partisans and RTD. Additional info: D. Frka
dscreen covered in oil. Tried to return to Vis, but has to cut engine in danger of fire, belly-landed 1 mile W of Stafelic.
scort to Budapest, oxygen system and radio shot up by Bf 109, headed for Vis where 5 m E of the island engine caught fire, pilot bailed out, rescued by partisan boat after 45 minutes, Vis, Yugoslavia
engine while at 12000 ft, directed to Vis, 10-15 m before island was reached s/b engine lost power, ditched, the crew of 4 rescued by ASR
fuel leak, e/a dmg No.2, 7 b/o in Romania, remaining 3 b/o over Yu
ying hit by fighters, first lost No.1 and 2, and on return No.4 cut., all b/o, picked by chetniks
over Yugoslavia; to be confirmed




rs b/o, to check if a/c was lost
                               5855
                               5634
                               5776
                               5764
damaged by flak and fighters
.FG - I don't have it confirmed
 this a/c belonged to 777th BS and was lost 14/06/44
oth wings holed, all b/o 10 m W of Bihac, a/c seen to cr., rsc by partisans




by Ju 88 6 NM SE Banja Luka, engines on fire, crew b/o
                           5820 conflict

k, ver. and hor. controls dmg., on return Bf 109 hit No.1, b/o

osing No.1 and 4, later catching fire, on return losing altitude, 7 b/o over Hungary, 3 over Yu

rovac; hit by AAA; c/l and seen to walk away from the a/c



 flak, on return gradually lost power in all 4 eng, all b/o, A/C CR. 10 M sw OF TOWN

                                              6075



 s a conflict with another B-24 s/n
 abandoned the ship near Adriatic coast

1 run awway, all b/o at 9.45am W of village, partisans



 port engine on fire, last heard at 04.22




ying 50 ft over the river, rsc. by partisans and chetniks




fighters, crew b/o; this is doubtfull entry, might have crashed in Hungary

gain 20 m from Yugoslav coast, ditched between Korcula and Lastovo, rescued by ASR Catalina
 No.1 caught fire, turned home, all b/o, rsc by chetniks
adio shot up by Bf 109, headed for Vis where 5 m E of the island eng. caught fire, b/o
iled out duee to mechanical failure

                               6567



, after No.4 cut out all b/o, rsc by chetniks




 tried to reach Vis, b/o near Adriatic coast



vo Channel; crashed as he tried to break away; acft exploded on impact; KIA ?
laimed by nf. Additional info: D. Frka
 r Lake Balaton, No.4 cut over target, all b/o, a/c cr and burned 5 miles SE of town
y flak, all b/o at 12 noon. Additional info: 2 POWs near Varazdin, the rest felt in the Hungarian territory D. Frka, Z. Bocek

attle damaged, bailed out near the island, picked by partisans, Vis, Yugoslavia

 dmg. by flak, all b/o at 12.30 hrs, rsc by chetniks



d then cut on bomb run, after rapidly losing alt. on return, all b/o and 12 chutes observed, a/c cr. 10 m N of town
3000 m, parachute tangled into the tail; KIA

rain at 45:24N 18:57E; caught fire and cr in shallow dive N Vinkovci
arget, hit by BF 109s near Nis (8./JG 77 ?), all b/o, a/c blew up in mid air, some rsc. by chetniks
arhet, flak at IP, all b/o on return, rsc by chetniks
 er target, b/o between Hvar and Vis islands

it by flak over Bor, right wing felt off, a/c went into spin and exploded

 ver target, all b/o over Yu, one of the crewmembers burried at Kolasin, Montenegro
 uel lines cut, OOF, all b/o, a/c crand burned. Rsc by chetniks
erries; b/o Kornat Island, picked by partisans and returned to unit in 48 h (43:45 N/15:23E)
a, crashed near Adriatic coast, POW ?



nose and bomb bay, 5 b/o over target, one of the engines felt off on rtrn.. c/l, rsc. by partisans who stripped a/c of averything usefull
 ak and Zagreb, b/o, returned to the unit in August '44



 n NW Bosnia; ex USAAF s/n 42-92749

 op, KIA, buried by partisans. Info: via D. Frka
ore; picked by Catalina 2 h later
d-air as the crew b/o over Pula, saved by partisans
 nkovci-Novska area; observed to be in difficulties; c/l at 45:06N/17:27E; crew uninjured. heard on R/T, resc by partisans and RTD on 9/10/44



 wing and engine set on fire, exploded in the air
by flak, again hit over Klagenfurt, controls and left wings were shot away, as the last b/o a/c blew up



m a mission to Ploesti, rescued by partisans and rtd after 32 days

arget, on return further dmg by flak over Bor, all b/o, picked by chetniks
systen over target, on return hit by Bf 109s, all b/o after No.2 hit; 10 chutes seen, rsc by chetniks
et engines overheating. Order to b/o and a/c last seen heading SW at 8000ft at 42:38N 18:07E



A attacking Gospic area; c/l, seen running from the acft
 at Baskanovo, Krk; buried on Krk by partisans
  IP, hit over target by flak and on return over Graz, all b/o
 s, 3 b/o near Drnis, No.2 cut over Solta, turned back and the rest b/o, a/c cr. into hills, rsc by partisans
n No.1, 2 and 3, hit by flak as it turned fr. target, b/o 8 m SE of town, rsc by partisans
e might've flown through flak screen, b/o 6 km NW of city, rsc by partisans
e seen getting out of a/c, heading east; POW



k over target, on return escorted by 4 P-38 until No.2 fethered when all b/o, rsc by chetniks. Name info: J. Baugher

                                7137



get all b/o and rescued by partisans
 by flak, all b/o at 11am fr 1000 ft, some picked by chetniks
another a/c hit by a bomb, No 1 dmg and gas leak, all b/o. 3 RTD by help of partisans, others stayed with chetniks
both engines on fire, crashed in hills; 4 parachutes seen
a/c caught fire, b/o and picked by chetniks

 fire, No.1 dmg, b/o at 44:05N 22:20E, picked by chetniks



                                              3468

and; sent Mayday call; b/o; rescued a few days later by Catalina
ns, RTD after 22 days. Info: D.Frka
Sarajevo); injured in arm; on rtrn flight had to crash land; hit the sloped ground in forest and exploded: KIA
 hit by e/a, two engines out, all b/o eover Glamoc fr 2500ft, picked by partisans

 rators, OOF, all b/o at 1.45pm, picked by partisans
ver Yugoslavia; pilot POW at Ogulin
45:17 N, 16:35 E; I have a reference this a/c was lost at Ses but not found in ORB

 et , b/o fr 9000 ft, rsc by partisans
h from a cockpit seen; a/c heeled over; dived verticaly into groud and burst into flames; KIA, KIA
e near Alaksinac, crew abandoned a/c over Jezero

                                              7201
way to target, all b/o in radius of 20 km of Krusevac, picked by chetniks, then partisans
ak, gas leak, all b/o NW of town, rsc by partisans - No MACR?
d for course then reported having to b/o; he did it between Lucice and Usce; parachuet open but not seen alight




 AAA attacking flak positions; set course to base but had to b/o; he did it from 500 ft but parachute collapsed

                                              7671




                            7676&8053
ng dmg, after crosssing Danube all b/o over mountains in Yu

o; ditch 2 m offshore; seen in dinghy
after the target flying over hill; Macedonia; KIA



                                              7681

y fighters, rudder broken and lost over Yu, all b/o, rescued by Chetniks




rs from it; attacking the hydrolectric powerplant; KIA
 as leaked, all b/o 20 m SW of Banja Luka. Picked by chetniks, transferred to Valjevo and evacuated by air




 by flak over target, all b/o on return, rsc by partisans
ided with #20 over Knin, both a/c crashed east of village Kijevo near Knin
Danube, port wing on fire, all b/o

2000 ft S of town, rsc by partisans; PILOT FLEW A/C TO BASE ON ENGINES - TO BE DELETED

                               8392




ned over target, all b/ocrew b/o over Yugoslavia
 e, hit by small AAA, c/l, rsc by partisans
to M/F, tried to reach Vis, b/o after left wing caught fire, a/c last seen over bay
 flak on bombing run, all engines cut near Yu coast, all b/o, rsc. by partisans
sion between Dalj and Dubovac;

 vratnica Bay; cr into hillside, buried in Jablanac by partisans
urned before target, on rtrn. No.1 cut and No.2. Losing 300ft/min, all b/o 30 m NNE of Sarajevo in vivinity of German a/d
 top turret on way to target, as it spreaded to whole a/c all b/o
 target, hit again by flak on Yu border, all b/o 10 miles s of town, rsc by partisans



profusely bleeding; ditched near the island, pulled onto the shore by partisans; Lt Stewart transfered to Vis hospital where he died from his wounds on 1 September' 44




                               8330

                               8329
                               8269
                               8265
                               8266
                               8356

                               8271
                               8272
                               8328
                               8367

                               8267




                               8624
                               8626
                               8623 incorrectly listed as 8624 in AAIR Database

                              8625 ?
Mission to Bucharest, (MIA over Yugoslavia)

 ngines; tried to reach Vis; presumably ditched
                                  8757
 No.3 and 4 lost, failed after formation, hit over Mostar again, all b/o near Metkovic, and one of the crew members landed on Mljet Island
c went into tight spiral, all b/o SE of the city; No MACR ?

 on return at 45:43 N 16:00E, which is actually just S of Zagreb

sea 6 km W of Zaton, picked up by ASR Catalina
 flak, hit by e/a, all b/o fr 13 5000 ft when 3rd eng. cut, rsc by partisans
cut w/o reason, lost formation, all b/o after No.3 cut out; all landed near partisan's HQ, evacuated the same day
pping the help to Warsaw(Liberator B.IV ex USAAF 42-99884)




 by flak, all b/o between Belgrade and Smederevo,
 fore target, OOF, headed for VIs, over Yu border No.1 caught fire and No2 and 4 quit, all b/o (over an island), one chute didn't open, rsc by partisans
 2 hit by flak after bombs dropped
 hered, couldn't make it to Vis, all b/o, rsc. by partisans
 ines before target, aftr bombing a/c was losing alt., all b/o and rsc by partisans



n return at Rumsko lost in cloud, never heard on R/T again.
 destroyed in landing accident, Vis Is/Adriatic Sea, Yugoslavia




ot had to b/o offshore due to engine cut, rescued by partisans
 flak, all b/o but 2 which b/o at R-vo

                                  8749
                                  8956
a. Pilot had to f/l after intense flak W of Brod, seen to run towards hills, rescued by partisans

t by flak, port engine on fire, climbed to 300 ft and dived into sea; MIA




 ak, then No.2 went away, after jett. equipment all b/o




                                 9074
 Jablanica; after the first attack on M/T, went for another attack but hit by 40 mm flak from a hillsid; a/c caught fire, stalled and went in straight from 800 ft; explodd on impact and observed burning fiercly
onditions and after 3 runs, scnd. target, Graz, bombed, fuel leakage due to flak damage, all bailed out inland

 tion, salvoed 6 bombs, after bombing run No 2 and 3 were cutting, all b/o, picked by partisans



                               9083

 gom mestu piše: s/n 42-78418; 10/13/44 Blechhammer           Ex 456th BG Crashed Vis, Yugo - no survivors
bombing run, all b/o on return, a/c cr. but didn't burn

 lak ovek Komoran, OOF, 10 chutes seen




1 fetahered, tried to reach Vis, OOF, one man elected to b/o, other stayed and c/l, rescued by partisans
 fore target, after bombing headed for Vis, OOF, all b/o. picked by partisans
  ft, b/o and landed 15-20miles NE of the city, rsc. by partisans
OF, bombed, all b/o on return between B. Krupa and B.Petrovac

NSGr.7 to Zagreb. Info: ULTRA

harger, jettisoned bombs and headed back to base, all b/o
No 1 feathered, on return hit by flak again over Rijeka, all b/o
motives N of town; f/l, safe , seen with group of up to 5 people. From evasion rprt, it can be concluded the crashsite between Travnik and D Vakuf, RTD on 20/10/44

 ak after bombs dropped, No.2 cut, all b/o on Yu side N of the town
er target, all 4 superchargers out, all b/o, rescued by partisans
over target; 7 b/o, 3 KIA trying to land on Vis Island



4. landed in Italy, next day took off and MIA
0E, a/c hit the trees and cr on a second circle over drop area, one crew-member that survived was KIA later fighting Germans
 g from strafing attack around Prilep; KIA
near Ancona No.4 run away, caught fire and dropped out of formation, No.2 & No.3 torched, tried to reach VIs,all b/o, a/c cr. and burned
 /F on No.2 and low on fuel, all b/o, all rsc. by partisans in 24 hrs

s; MIA; at least 2 crewmen are buried in Hungary; 1 in Yu and 4 are MIA; Crashsite to be confirmed




                                 9450
  Lt Chandler, experienced troubles w. instruments, c/l 6 m S of town and rsc.by partisans
/F, unable to climb in low visibility, decided to c/l, rsc by partisans
ed to have been hit and port engine on fire. Belly landed, destroyed a/c by firing signal pistol into it. Rescued by partisans.`
p near Trieste, hit by flak, port engine on fire, during return fire increased and a/c ditched just 1/4 mile from Piran. Pilot POW, observer MIA.
eport the pilot had been captured by Albanian militia and handed to Germans.
a; on return to the base last seen 10 miles S of Lastovo Island, presumably b/o; MIA
 from Bitol ; crashed without exploding
engine cut; cr on return at 44:30N 14:00E

mbs to gain height, No 1 & 2 went out, jettisoned bombs and equipm., some b/o before c/l, picked by partisans, a/c captured by Ustachi & burned



ear Vrbnica, Prizren, MIA. Additional info: D.Frka

oke up in air and hit side of the mountain

                              12533
get, attacked by 2 Bf 109s, hydraulics shot up, c/l 5 m S of town, destroyed all valuables
 gom mestu piše:11/05/44 Mitrovica, Yugo. Ditched in lake in Yugoslavia
eveloped trouble with port engine, fire started, 15 containers jettisoned into sea, a/c ditched 2 km from land, near Drvenik Island.

gh trees, captured by Ustase but escaped next day and reached Russians in Romania

dn't be feathered, then No.2 went away, left formation NW of town heading for Vis, bombs jettisoned and all b/o
o.1, bombs salvoed near Varazdin, all b/o and rescued by partisans
 ref training mission. Source:Z.Bocek
pply drop mission ' CUCKOLD 116'

ng Mk. IIIb FB320/ GA N / Plt Off Robert James Deeble, RAFVR, 181078 / A/C crashed between Zagreb and Maribor, Yugoslavia, pilot KIA, Slovenske Konjice, Yugoslavia, On offensive sweep Zagreb - Mari
                                9696
                                9694
                                9695




Drop bombs, hit by flak, picked by peasants

ng Mk. III KH601/ GA Z / Plt Off George Gordon (Knobby) Clark, 185335, RAFVR / A/C crashed at Cavnaella di Adige, KIA. The Squadron had set off to attack a target in Yugoslavia and found it obscured by



ines, kept losing altitude trying to reach Vis, all b/o



rew being temporarily safe in Yu




 - Maribor, b/o, broke both legs and arms and taken to hospital in Maribor

didn't reach IP due to bad weather, hit by flak in Klagenfurt area,all b/o and rsc by partisans

                               12534
                               9891
                               9893
                               9892
by flak over Udine, upper turret shattered, OOF, all b/o, picked by partisans

 flak, lost No 1 & 3, had to b/o
OF over Yu-Aus border, 4 seen to b/o, picked by chetniks
.2, and No.3 went out, b/0 4 m SE of Novska
                                9874

t target, after bombing dropped behind formation, then No.4 was knocked by flak, headed to Vis where a/c was ditched, rsc. by partisans
 another a/c, nose smashed, a/c went in spin
ovica; f/l nearby; acft overturned. RTD on 26/11/44
ng Mk. III KH627/ GA B / Lt J H Weeber, 280286V, SAAF / A/C shot down at Sisak, Yugoslavia after an attack on a bridge, KIA
 ca; reported engine cut and f/l; laste seen going down 2 m W of town

nd feathered, all b/o S of Ljubljana
                               9997



                                9969
en to be on fire, b/o SE of city, probably alive
a/c seeen burning nerar Prijepolje, another cr on the ground 30-40m W Sjenica
 t out before IP. bombs salvoed, nose and tail dmg. by flak, b/o over island where a/c crashed in hillside, rsc. by partisans
 ut by flak, heade dto Vis, all b/o
he VIs Island; ditched into Adriatic Sea near Yugoslav coast
driatic between Peljesac and Hvar island
  to bomb, hit by flak, No2 and 3 went out, all b/o



                               9952
                               9958
                               9970

aching IP, 7 b/o on return, c/l 10 m S of town. Partisans stripped ship of everything usefulAdditional source:Z.Bocek
missions). Source:Z.Bocek - to be checked, it might be closer to Italian coast
 over Peljesac penninsula ; MIA; buried by partisans at Janjina, P-ac)
 56 Sqn Mosquito on night intruder mission near Sarajevo. Additional info : B. Ciglic




al failure; PFF a/c. Source:Z.Bocek
and Vienna, on return lost compass, OOF, landed between Mitrovica and Prisitina, picked by Bulgarian soldiers. PIlot tried to take off, L/E cut and crashed into a building, WIA, evacuated to Sofia



wn, caught fire; b/o 5m NNE of the town; injured, rescued by partisans
 ca; cr near Skadar Lake. Add. info: D. Frka
ans, RTD 13.12.44. Add. info: D. Frka
rted to have difficulties and would have to b/o, evaded?
ossing the border of Yugoslavia
 , couldn't be repaired because wrong parts sent, presumably salvaged

on fuel transfer system, f/l and sunk in soft mud. Efforts made to repair a/c, but I have no details of it being flown out

                                 10103
avia, it sent Y report an hour after take off, NFD, presumably MIA in YU or Adriatic
ng M/T where the pilot b/o and seen landed in tree
ation 15 miles SE Maribor; crashed; all crew KIA
 re reachin target, b/o on return
 d back 15 min before target, b/o in a bad weather due to sickness and loss of orientation, landed 100 yds of Dalmatian island
ve raid in Yugoslavia; KIA; Belgrade War Cemetery
a line; hit by debris after atacking fuel carrier at Dobrinj, lost oil pressure in the engine. RTD on 10/12/44
ve raid in Yugoslavia; KIA, Belgrade War Cememtery
ve raid in Yugoslavia, pilot baled out due to a fuel exustion (ex-USAF 44-11503)
 ission to Brux, developed a leak, headed back 15 min before target, bailed out in a bad weather due to sickness and loss of orientation, landed within a 100 yards off Dalmatian island, Adriatic, Yugoslavia. 6

d SW of the city. Picked by partisans and transferred to Russians.
scort to Brux, on return run into flak, started losing fuel rapidly and crash landed N of the town, rescued. by partisans, Vodice, Yugoslavia



 ed by partisans and Russians
g by flak, OOF on return, all b/o
n Sarajevo - Brod, hit by flak, a/c crashed just south of Zenica in river Bosna near vilage Putovici
attacking single M/T, called up to say has been hit; b/o but chute didn't open
  E of town; rescued by partisans and Russians
staes this a/c crashed near Vordenberg, but reports received in Dec' 44 states Marshall/Jarnagin b/o and safe in Yu




d w. another a/c on bomb run, 3 crewmembers b/o, tried to rtn, but tail section failed, the rest b/o over Yu Additional info: D. Frka
 to Blechammer, on return left engine caught fire, feathered it but couldn't extinguish fire, ordered to bail out by CO. Landed 22 miles from town in the sea, picked by partisan steamer after 10 minutes. near Sp

                              10606
h wheels down. No info if this plane returned later, no MACR

c/l 2 m E of town. Add. info: Z. Bocek
 rs before IP, headed for base, hit in left wing by flak over Zagreb, b/o and picked by partisans

ombs developed gas leak on NO 4. Over Gyor hit by flak. Tried to get rid of all excesive equipment,




c hit th ehillside and burned apart from tail section



(36 missions). Additional info:Z. Bocek, D. Frka

ow formation, jettisoned 4 bombs and tried to return.
                              10675



                               11290
 3 engines out, crash landed (99 missions)
 ahered, couldn't made to Vis and all b/o. J. Baugher had info this a/c cr over Germany, all 9 KIA?
 blown off. On return problems with hydraulics, headed to Vis, hit by light AA over Mostar, caught fire, some men b/o, blew up im mid air
n, #1 engine shut, after releasing bombs #4 shot up, e/s failed, W of Balaton Lake oof; b/o came down 34 km SW of town. Additional info: D. Frka
N,16:44E. Additional info: D. Frka

                                10919
                                10922

 ahered, couldn't made to Vis and all b/o, cr. into hill 5 m N of town. J. Baugher had info this a/c cr over Germany, all 9 KIA?
 evo, flak W of town, b/o safely. RTD



                                10953

 the pilot reported angine trouble 15 N of Tremiti island; MIA; to be checked and possibly deleted

 flak while at 5000 ft 15 m SW of Sisak

 ator shot off by flak; climbed to 4000 ft b/o; only one parachute opened;a/c crashed at 44:42N 14:25E




ed to Vis when others engines cut, 3 b/o before a/c c/l
 r the target; tried to reach Vis but ditched 5 m from the island; no MACR
ed Beograd, 8 crew RTD with C 47, pilot& co-pilot attempted to fly to base, crashed Pristina 10.1.45., 2 KIA

omb run, 4 bombs salvoed, the rest bombed, b/o near Sisak, a/c cr. and burned

b bay door, managed to salvoed bombs, all b/o. NO MACR ?
                              11291
 salvoed bombs, after Lake Balaton headed for Vis and b/o, rescued by chetniks
The coordinate for crash is given N of Unista
hed at 43:48N 15:15E, among small islet of Kornati Islands. After 5 hours in dinghy, rescued by launch from Vis




hit by flak, all b/o and a/c cr. and burned in the city area, all landed 10 m SE of town



ormation, headingg to base enlisted men b/o, c/l because nav. chute soaked in gasoline




ng Mk. III FB280/ GA X / Sgt Peter Landless Greaves, 1808528, RAFVR /A/C shot down near Pragersko later KIA 13/5/45, Bombing the viaduct near Ptuj, s/d while attacking train at Pragersko, a/c leaving bla

 ridge on railway line south of Zapresic; During attack one a/s observed on fire, but wasn.t seen to crashKIA
a and Brod; at 43:50N 16:20E lost its leader in cloud; given course 220 degrees to keep 12000 ft; when the leader broke cloud SW of Sibenik F/S missing
 s to Virovitica region; 45 containers and 45 packages delivered; on return crashed on Kamesnica mountain in dense fog
  might have gone down near Kakanj

amaged and 2 engines out of action, landed in friendly territory; to check if it returned




OF, DIT on return. Info: group web site
efore IP, turned to base, all b/o between Vukovar and Vinkovci, rescued by partisans
 15 containers; c/l in drop zone

                               11820
                               11819
                               11817
                               11818, There are 2 serial numbers given for this MACR 44-15125 and 44-13504
                               11816

 mission in FLOATSAM are in YU

 HQ; back to the unit in 3 days
ort engine smoking; c/l 5 m W D.; crew seen walked away from a/c

Velika Brisnica, the crew KIA, burried in Belgrade at the end of war
st seen just prior attack. A/c discovered later near railway 2 km W of K-na with removed nose section; no info on crew

.; passing Rab hit by 40 mm AA from Lopar; glycol leak; b/o 1 m offshore; resued by partisans form Novalja

  Vis air strip on 3 engines; crashlanded; DBR; there is a ref. it crashed on 21February 1945
on Ptuj-Maribor-Celje. Hit by flak attacking a locomotive and 20 carriages, bailed out 1 km north-west from S. Bistrica and was seen to land safely. Aircraft exploded on impact. Evaded
lies, s/d by light AA, the pilot made c/l because W.Op was wounded; crew rescued by partisans

aribor where he was last seen; KIA



roubles, b/o and rescued by partisans, RTD on 26/02/45

 orientation due to bad weather and faulty compass, OOF, b/o

                                12519
stake because of battle damage, captured, destroyed 9 days later in allied attack
 aly the same day, a/c last seen flying inland
 f mechanical failure. Source:Z.Bocek
ne failure, pilot unhurt (source:'Air War Italy 1944-1945, Beale/D'Amico)
eading towards friendly territory. Emergency landing, taken by Russians; reference:internet



er a/d circeld four times but couldn't contact tower, all b/o anrd RTD to Italy the same day

broke away around th hill; not seen since

he island; b/o; rescued by partisans

d by partisans; acft hidden by partisans until the war's end
 on return straffed enemy positions at B. Novi when hit and b/o; parachute seen to open. RTD on 01/03/45
et; engine #1 and wing damaged; c/l on emergency a/d; dbr; crew returned on C-47 to Bari next day
 No 1 & 2 feathered, b/o because a/c was losing the altitude
 mbing No.1 out, all b/o, a/c CR in high ground




 rned due to technical fault and fuel shortage. He tried to reach Zadar a/d, south of Karlovac heard on R/T contemplating to bail out, nothing further heard.. Evaded and return to Zadar a/d few days later
d due to engine problem, hit by flak over Lake Balaton, tried to reach friendly a/d, b/o and picked by chetniks
 t cut out, headed to Zadar, bombs salvoed, b/o SE of town, all landed safely, the ship crashed and burned
  - Varazdin. Missing at position 6 kilometers west of Varazdin.POW
 bad weather 2 m E from the island; MIA

                              12561
                              12713
raz m/y; B-24J-80-CF; crew buried in Italy; TO BE CHECKED




ow - badly damaged and crew had to bail out at appx 46:00N 16:30E, at least one crew-member evaded
 b/o 6 m from town, RTD to unit

d; cr into hillside bursting in flames(presumably hit by small arm fire)
 ith 30 wagons. Hit at 1200 feet, the pilot tried to bail out 2 km west of (today) Kidricevo, but a chute not seen to open.
 ng Cres Bay area and jetties. Managed to bail out, but parachute opened just as he hit the water. Body seen later, partially submerged 1/2 km from Cres town; KIA
hit by friendly fire; crew escaped; the aircraft burned




                                12995
 d by flak, radio eqp. didn't work, all b/o near Prnjavor from 7000 ft, rescued by partisans
 gom mestu piše: 03/16/45 Vienna, Au. - left formation to Zara, Yugo



sland; ditched off the island but didn't get out; MIA
                               13064
                               13063
                               13067
                               13069
u border hit by flak while on 18000 ft, engines 3 & 4 set on fire, b/o, a/c exploded in mid air




ng Mk. IV KH793/ GA L / Flt Lt G Laurie Usher, 88251 /A/C shot down near Ljubljana, pilot survived, acting CO, shot down in Yugoslavia, where he was picked up by the Partisans, who stuck him in jail ( one m
 Cernik. Hit by flak, feathered port engine. Started jettisoning fuel until it crashed and desintegrated.
Slovenske Konjice. After attack smoke seen coming behind the tail, no response to R/T call, the pilot bailed out ad seen to alight safely.
 ak over target, managed to get to Maribor when hit by flak again, all b/o; a/c cr and burned 10 m S of town
o climb to 1500 ft and bail out as the aircraft caught fire. The aircraft crashed at . Body seen in the air but no chute.KIA
  b/o after crossing the rail line w of Zagreb;POW
 emy positions; flak?' rescued by partisans
e; b/o but parachute didn't deploy; KIA
                                  13478
 rn to Zadar, b/o due to low clouds



wmemeber; Bihac; Additional info:Z.Bocek
ines 3 & 4 seting wing on fire, b/o about 35 km SE of town

n port engine, turned to Zadar but a/c caught fire and crew b/o. All safe , taken to smal islets near P-en.
ribor route; walked away from a/c and rescued by partisans

                                        13449
                             13472
                             13476
wen Maribor and Graz, b/o 4 KM NW of Vrsar, landed in the minefield and picked up by ASR Catalina at 45:02N 1332E - SW of Rovinj
vo), crashed on return, buried by locals
 aribor, cr 2 miles NW of town evaded
esler Storch; b/o and seen dangling from the tree; SE from M.; evaded
y flak, oredered to b/o, resc. by partisans, RTD




                              13646

k against the road traffic north from Otocac and Vrhovine



                                13976
nj harbour; oil leak;b/o from 800 over the island; no dinghy observed; acft washed on coast
ng near Zepce; a/c broke up at 2000 ft; chute seen to open at 500 ft not far from where a/c crashed; KIA
                                13982




 exploded, crashed in Bakar Bay on the oposite side of town



ng Mk. III KH467/ GA Z / Lt John Hellon Nixon, 542313V, SAAF / 44-10824 to RAF as Mustang III KH467. Shot down by flak near Trieste Apr 20, 1945,A/C shot down near Trieste. Brought down attacking the
sea 1/2 km S of town; picked by rowing boat and RTD
Novska and Pakrac. RTD to unit
 icked by retreating chetnik formations




arlovac; ditched offshore; MIA



ombing of a bridge on line Popovaca - Dugo Selo
an ammunition dump; KIA, he was buried in Skopje park, Hometown: Essex County, MA




t Sicily-Rome American Cemetery, Nettuno, Italy, Awards: Air Medal with 7 Oak Leaf Clusters, Purple Heart, Bar, Yugoslavia, Claimed by Luftwaffe fighter near Bar
0 miles NE of city, Skoplje, Yugoslavia
craft took off at 15:45hrs as part of 12 aircraft formation briefed to attack 3 "E" Boats at Grid U.8238 in Yugoslavia. Aircraft attacked their Target and this aircraft was Hit by AA. White vapor was seen coming f
ued by partisan boat after 45 minutes, Vis, Yugoslavia
om 800 ft; explodd on impact and observed burning fiercly
venske Konjice, Yugoslavia, On offensive sweep Zagreb - Maribor, flak?, last seen 1 km S of town, 42-103250 to RAF as Mustang III FB320 Mar 1944. Missing from sweep to Zagreb Nov 6, 1944, came down
et off to attack a target in Yugoslavia and found it obscured by fog, so had diverted to a Venice target. This target was one which Knobby knew well and had the maps and been briefed for. He took charge in
d crashed into a building, WIA, evacuated to Sofia




within a 100 yards off Dalmatian island, Adriatic, Yugoslavia. 6 Dec 44 other source has date a 2 Dec 44
n the sea, picked by partisan steamer after 10 minutes. near Split ?, Yugoslavia, source Mike Mucha, http://www.samoloty.ow.pl/amiap/
near Ptuj, s/d while attacking train at Pragersko, a/c leaving black smoke, pilot baled out 42-103174 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB280. Crashed at Pragersko, Yugoslavia Jan 23, 1945 after pilot abando
y. Aircraft exploded on impact. Evaded




her heard.. Evaded and return to Zadar a/d few days later
he was picked up by the Partisans, who stuck him in jail ( one month) because he did not have a single item with him to prove he was British. shot down attacking targets from Ljubljana m/y to Maribor, hit in th
, 1945,A/C shot down near Trieste. Brought down attacking the trains on line Trieste - Ljubljana, Yugoslavia KIA
rget and this aircraft was Hit by AA. White vapor was seen coming from the aircraft and the pilot force landed on flat land near Trogir, Pilot OK, FR861,GAM, 43-5755, Force landed near Trogir, Yugoslavia Ma
0 Mar 1944. Missing from sweep to Zagreb Nov 6, 1944, came down near Slovenske Konjice, Yugoslavia
new well and had the maps and been briefed for. He took charge in the air, led them to it, and they bombed it. They all came out O K, but nobody could give Knobby a satisfactory report on how they had left it
. Crashed at Pragersko, Yugoslavia Jan 23, 1945 after pilot abandoned aircraft following flak damage, over Podlog pod Bohorjem, Yugoslavia
h. shot down attacking targets from Ljubljana m/y to Maribor, hit in the glycol system, bailed out, save by people hanging from tree RTD to unit. (Map ref imply it crashed in Austria, error ?) 44-11701 to RAF as
OK, FR861,GAM, 43-5755, Force landed near Trogir, Yugoslavia Mar 22, 1944 following flak hit He returns to the Sqdn on 4 April 1944
body could give Knobby a satisfactory report on how they had left it. Knobby therefore returned to over-fly it to look and the guns were waiting for him. He had gone well over his 200 hour tour when he was ki
nit. (Map ref imply it crashed in Austria, error ?) 44-11701 to RAF as KH793, bailed out near Ljubljana, Yugoslavia
ng for him. He had gone well over his 200 hour tour when he was killed., 44-11026 to RAF as Mustang III KH601. Missing from sweep to Zagreb Nov 8, 1944
1    10/21/1943   Ju 87D-3         2333       III/SG 151
2    10/21/1943   Ju 87D-3         100400     III/SG 151
3    11/26/1943   Ju 87D-3         1177       III/SG 151
4    12/19/1943   Cant.1007        24818      1(Kroat).St
5    1/7/1944     P-38                        71st FS/1st FG
6    1/16/1944    Bf 109G-6        160699     7./JG53              White 8 + |
7    1/16/1944    Bf 109G-6        161028     7./JG53              White 11 + |
8    1/16/1944    Bf 109G-6        161013     7./JG53              White 5 + |
9    2/24/1944    B-17F-25-BO      41-24618   49th BS/2nd BG       'Lil Jo'
10   2/25/1944    B-17G-15-VE      42-97526   353rd BS/301st BG
11   2/25/1944    B-17G-25-BO      42-31703   353rd BS/301st BG
12   3/18/1944    Bf 109G-6        162323     2./JG53              Black 6
13   3/18/1944    B-17F-60-BO      42-29584   429th BS/2nd BG      'Sad Sack'
14   3/19/1944    Bf 109G-6        162212     3./JG77              Yellow 10
15   3/19/1944    B-24H-10-FO                 736th BS/454th BG
16   3/19/1944    B-17F-5-BO       41-24405   96th BS/2nd BG       'Dark Eyes'
17   4/2/1944     Bf 109G          162571     2./JG 53             Black 16
18   4/2/1944     Bf 109G          16240?     3./JG 53             Yellow 4
19   4/2/1944     B-24H-15-CF      41-29407   742nd BG/455th BG
20   4/2/1944     B-24H-10-FO      42-52276   744th BS/456th BG    'Miss Zeke'
21   4/11/1944    Mc.205                      4. Stormo C.T.
22   4/23/1944    B-24H-10-CF      41-29324 ? 763rd BS/460th BG
23   4/24/1944    B-17G-15-BO      42-31390   96th BS/2nd BG
24   5/10/1944    B-17             42-31826   774th BS/463rd BG
25   5/24/1944    B-17F-90-BO      42-30169   341st BS/97th BG     'Lady Luck'
26   5/29/1944    B-17G-20-VE      42-97580   353rd BS/301st BG
27   7/21/1944    B-24H-15-DT      41-2887?   741st BS/ 455th BG
28   7/25/1944    B-24H-15-FO      42-52316   756th BS/459th BG
29   8/24/1944    B-17G-25-BO      42-31645   341st BS/97th BG
30   9/3/1944     P-51D-5-NA       44-13281   5th FS/52nd FG
31   10/16/1944   B-24                        762nd BS/460th BG
32   10/18/1944   Halifax II       JD319      No 148 Sqn           G
33   10/25/1944   Beaufighter X    NE374      No 272 Sqn           L
34   11/3/1944    Mustang III      HB939      No 5 Sqn (SAAF)
35   11/6/1944    Mustang III      FB320      No 112 Sqn           GA-N
36   11/7/1944    B-17G-50-DL      44-6408    346th BS/99th BG
37   11/7/1944    B-17G-50-DL      44-6430    347th BS/99th BG
38   11/18/1944   B-24                        763rd BS/460th BG
39   11/19/1944   Kittyhawk IV     FT881      No 250 Sqn
40   11/21/1944   P-51B-15-NA      43-24856   319th FS/325th FG
48   11/25/1944   B-17G-25-VE      42-97685   353rd BS/301st BG    'Stardust'
49   12/6/1944    B-24J-1-NT       42-78608   376th BG
50   12/16/1944   B-24J-15-FO      42-51922   766th BS/461st BG
51   12/16/1944   B-24                        782nd BS/465th BG    X (White)
52   12/26/1944   B-17G-25-VE      42-97705   32nd BS/301st BG
53   12/28/1944   B-17G-50-DL      44-6497    840th BS/483rd BG
54   1/20/1945    B-24J-1-FO       42-50746   761st BS/460th BG
55   1/23/1945    Mustang III      FB280      No 112 Sqn           GA-L
56   1/30/1945    F-5E-2-LO        43-28319   32nd PRS/5th PRG
57   2/7/1945     Hurricane IV     KZ382      No 351 Sqn           V
58   2/8/1945     Cr.42            90841      2./NSGr.7
59   2/8/1945     Cr.42            9832       2./NSGr.7
60   2/13/1945    Mustang III      HB875      No 213 Sqn
61   2/15/1945    Mustang III      HB875      No 213 Sqn
62   3/4/1945     P-47                        87th FS/79th FG
63   3/13/1945    B-17G-50-DL      44-6317    840th BS/483rd BG
64   3/13/1945    Spitfire LF.IX   EN135      No 73 Sqn            N
65   3/4/1945     Spitfire LF.IX   MJ525      No 73 Sqn            F
66   3/14/1945    P-38L-1-LO       44-24189   48th FS/14th FG      #9
67   3/20/1945   B-17G-50-DL    44-6377     772nd BS/463rd BG   'Pretty Baby's Boys'
68   3/20/1945   Mustang IV     KH793       No 112 Sqn          GA-X
69   3/20/1945   Mustang III    KH619       No 249 Sqn          GN-H
70   3/21/1945   Mustang III    KH614       No 213 Sqn
71   3/23/1945   Mustang III    KH421       No 213 Sqn
72   3/31/1945   B-24J-20-FO    44-48990    783rd BS/465th BG
73   4/1/1945    B-17G-65-DL    44-6752     772nd BS/463rd BG
74   4/1/1945    Mustang IV     KH851       No 3 Sqn RAAF
75   4/2/1945    Mustang IVA    KH705       No 5 Sqn (SAAF)
76   4/3/1945    Mustang III    FB290       No 3 Sqn RAAF
77   4/3/1945    Mustang III    KH631       No 3 Sqn RAAF
78   4/3/1945    Mustang IVA    KH805       No 5 Sqn (SAAF)
79   4/15/1945   Liberator VI   KK274       No 37 Sqn           B
80   4/23/1945   B-24           44-5819 ?   831st BS/485th BG
81   4/29/1945   Mustang IV     KH890       No 249 Sqn          GN-E
Uffz Redeolf, Adolf - KIA | Uffz Krafzik, Emil – KIA      Cerklje, Yugoslavia
Uffz Steindl, Heinrich | Uffz Czorlinski, Hermann – KIA   Cerklje, Yugoslavia
                                                          Cerklje, Yugoslavia
                                                          Gorica, Yugoslavia
Maj Hanes, Horace - RTD                                   Maribor, Yugoslavia
                                                          Ljubljana, Yugoslavia
                                                          Piran, Yugoslavia
                                                          Piran, Yugoslavia
George Durney-pilot, 10 POW                               Kranj, Yugoslavia
Alexander Kiseelburgh-pilot; 5 KIA, 5 POW                 Kranj, Yugoslavia
Wood Rose - pilot; 10 POW                                 Kranj, Yugoslavia
Uffz Gerhard Blunk                                        Sezana, Yugoslavia
Clifford Magnuson-pilot; 1 KIA, 2 POW; 7 evaded           Novo Mesto, Yugoslavia
Uffz Gollasch, Paul                                       Ljubljana, Yugoslavia
4 survived, 6 KIA,                                        Crekvenjak, Yugoslavia
Herman Lavine-pilot; 2 POW, 8 KIA                         Celje, Yugoslavia
                                                          Ljubljana, Yugoslavia
MIA                                                       Ljubljana, Yugoslavia
Lt Pardoe - pilot | 5 RTD, 5? POW                         Celje, Yugoslavia
                                                          Novo Mesto, Yugoslavia
Tenente Mecatti, Mario                                    Trnovica, Yugoslavia
3 KIA?                                                    Brezice, Yugoslavia
Darell Mayfield-pilot, 3 KIA 7 POW                        Kranj, Yugoslavia
1/Lt McLaughlin - pilot | 2 KIA at least                  Maribor, Yugoslavia
Robert Close-pilot(KIA); 9 POW                            Celje, Yugoslavia
3 KIA; 2 POW; 5 rescued                                   Kamnik, Yugoslavia
2/Lt Nixon, Lewis - pilot | crew of 11                    Ljubljana, Yugoslavia
                                                          Lasko, Yugoslavia
                                                          Maribor, Yugoslavia
2/Lt Hargrave, Lloyd C                                    Zeleznik, Yugoslavia
Rescued by partisans                                      Maribor, Yugoslavia
5 KIA; 2 RTD, 1?                                          Maribor, Yugoslavia
F/Lt Freer, T.St.B. | F/Lt Holman, C.B.                   Piran, Yugoslavia
Lt E R Borland                                            Cerklje, Yugoslavia
P/O Deeble, R.J                                           Slovenske Konjice, Yugoslavia
                                                          Maribor, Yugoslavia
                                                          Slovenske Gorice, , Yugoslavia
                                                          Ribnica, Yugoslavia
Lt Tattersall, D.B.                                       Ljubljana, Yugoslavia
2/Lt Whitmire, Clyde C - RTD                              Cerovo, Yugoslavia
Charles Govatsos-pilot; 2 POW; 8 evaded                   Vransko, Slovenia
                                                          Maribor, Yugoslavia
                                                          Ljubljana, Yugoslavia
                                                          Dreznica, Yugoslavia
                                                          Vransko, Yugoslavia
pilot KIA, others safe with partisans?                    Pivka, Yugoslavia
                                                          Kobarid, Yugoslavia
Sgt Greaves, P.L                                          Podlog pod Bohorjem, Yugoslavia
2/Lt Daugherty, C.R - RTD                                 Koper, Yugoslavia
Sgt Janez Antoncic                                        Sveti Rok, Yugoslavia
Hptm. Jacobs, Kurt                                        Gorica, Yugoslavia
Ofw. Harnack, Wolfgang - KIA                              Gorica, Yugoslavia
F/Lt Elliot. G.P.                                         Slovenska Bistrica, Yugoslavia
W/O R Thomson                                             Celje, Yugoslavia
Lt. Albert Mathias                                        Jesenice, Yugoslavia
Thomas Parrish-pilot; all 10 POW                          Ljubljana, Yugoslavia
W/O Willan                                                Livade, Yugoslavia
P/O Gilchrist                                             Livade, Yugoslavia
2/Lt Cornell, Clark                                       Ptuj, Yugoslavia
John Lincoln-pilot               Kocevje, Yugoslavia
S/Ldr Usher, G.L                 Ljubljana, Yugoslavia
                                 Ljubljana, Yugoslavia
F/O Welch, P.B.                  Slovenske Konjice, Yugoslavia
Ft Lt MacKinnon, J.H.M           S.Toplice, Yugoslavia
1/Lt Bartels, Harry. C - 9 RTD   Cerknica, Yugoslavia
Lt Merle Adams-pilot             Maribor, Yugoslavia
                                 Maribor, Yugoslavia
Lt. Boyd, D.N                    Zrece, Yugoslavia
W/O McInerheney, W.J             Slovenj Gradec, Yugoslavia
W/O Clark, J                     Maribor, Yugoslavia
Maj Odendaal, H.O.M (SAAF)       Radlje, Yugoslavia
6 KIA, 1 RTD                     Ljubljana, Yugoslavia
                                 Postojna, Yugoslavia
Sgt Ramsbotham, Edmund           Senozec, Yugoslavia
Mid air collision
Mid air collision
Pilots error; 65%
Destroyed in partisan attack on a/d - 24 killed in the attack
Escort to W. Neustadt, s/d by Bf 109s, b/o S of the cityB/o over Yugoslavia, RTD to Italy
WIA; TO BE DELETED !!!
MIA, 20 km W of Piran
MIA, 20 km W of Piran
Mission to Steyr, jumped by fighters (100 missions).Source:Z.Bocek
Mission to Regensburg, fighters; (19 missions). Source:Z.Bocek
Mission to Regensburg, damaged by fighters (18 missions).Source:Z.Bocek
B/o after fight with P-47s, wounded. Source: Prien
Mission to Vilaorba, attacked by fighters (81missions). Source:Z.Bocek
MIA: Source: E. Moembek
Mission to Steyr, attacked by e/a, went into spin
Mission to Klagenfurt, attacked by fighters (22 missions). Source:Z.Bocek
S/d attacking bomber formation E of the city. Source: J. Prien
S/d attacking bomber formation e of the city. Source: J.Prien
Mission to Steyr, last seen SE of the town with E/A on its tail
Mission to Steyr, M/F on No.1, on return attacked by Bf 109s
Hit by AA while strafing 11 km NNW Slano, b/o, rescued by partisans, rtd on 12.May. Info: via D.Frka
Mission to Wiener neustadt, attacked by 6 Bf 109s and Me 410s, fuel tank exploded setting a/c on fire.
Mission to Steyr, hit by fighters. Source: Z.Bocek
Mission to Wiener Neustadt, heavy flak over target, attacked by e/a on return, it had only one good eng on Yu border, b/o W of city
Mission to Atzgersdorf, s/d by Bf 109 from JG 27
Mission to Wollesdorf a/d, flak
Mission to Brux, No.3 received direct hit by flak, again hit over Klagenfurt, controls and left wings were shot away, as the last b/o a/c b
Mission to Linz, M/F on No.1and 2 before IP, hit over target by flak and on return over Graz, all b/o
Mission to Pardubice
MIssion to strafe communications in Belgrade area, hit by small AA fire, glycol leak into cockpit, E/C, b/o and landed N of town, rsc, by
Mission to alternative target Graz, hit by flak after bombs dropped, No.2 cut, all b/o on Yu side N of the town
Mission to drop supplies at 46:21N / 14:50E, a/c hit the trees and cr on a second circle over drop area, one crew-member that survived
On 2 a/c patrol. Attacked a stationary ship near Trieste, hit by flak, port engine on fire, during return fire increased and a/c ditched jus
Shot down attacking a/d, hit by flak and crashed on a/d; KIA
On offensive sweep Zagreb - Maribor, flak?, last seen 1 km S of town, KIA
Mission to Maribor
Mission to Maribor, hit by flak and exploded in midair
Mission to Udine, No 1 and 3 hit by flak and feathered, all b/o S of Ljubljana
Attacking railway traffic near Ljubljana, seen to be on fire, b/o SE of city, probably alive
Strafing mission of M/T S of Niksic, hit by MG, pulling out hit the land with its tail, pulled up to 14 000f where e/c, b/o on the second at
Mission to Linz; crashed due to mechanical failure; PFF a/c. Source:Z.Bocek
Mission to Szomebothely; fell out of formation 15 miles SE Maribor; crashed; all crew KIA
flak; mission to oil rafinery in Germany
Crashed at 2.30pm
Lone Wolf mission to Linz on night 25/26, all b/o
Mission to Regensburg, returned due to M/F, and b/o
Crew rescued
Bombing the viaduct near Ptuj, s/d while atacking train at Pragersko, a/c leaving black smoke, b/o
Rescued by partisans
colliided over Licki Osik; lost the oil pressure; c/l; pilot survived; LF455
S/d by allied fighter; KIA
S/d by allied fighter; KIA
Mission to bomb bridges on communication Ptuj-Maribor-Celje. Hit by flak attacking a locomotive and 20 carriages, bailed out 1 km nor
Offensive sweep on railway line Celje - Maribor where he was last seen
cause flak, attacking the train
Mission to Regensburg; flak
flak; f/l; rescued by partisans; unclear if the plane was repaired??
b/o due to flak damage; rescued by partisans
Hit by AA fire while attacking RR bridge, b/o 2 miles
Mission to Viena; mechanical failure. Source: Z. Bocek
S/d attacking targets from Ljubljana m/y to Maribor, hit in the glycol system, b/o, save by people hanging from tree RTD to unit. (Map
AAA, attacking the train
Strafed the train protruding from tunel at Slovenske Konjice. After attack smoke seen coming behind the tail, no response to R/T call, t
Attacked the train, hit by flak, managed to climb to 1500 ft and bail out as the aircraft caught fire. The aircraft crashed at . Body seen
Mission to Linz, M/F on No 4, tried to return to Zadar, b/o due to low clouds
Mission to Maribor. hit by flak between enines 3 & 4 seting wing on fire, b/o about 35 km SE of town
S/d on armed recce on Radece-Celje-Maribor route; walked away from a/c and rescued by partisans
Hit by flak over
Hit by flak attacking m/t between Celje -Maribor, cr 2 miles NW of town evaded
Probably hit by small arms fire chasing Fiesler Storch; b/o and seen dangling from the tree; SE from M.; evaded
On offensive sweep Maribor - Celje, hit by flak, oredered to b/o, resc. by partisans, RTD
Mission to Villach m/y, hit by flak S of the city
B/o south of town and crew presumably picked by retreating chetnik formations
MIA during low level attack in Trieste area
 only one good eng on Yu border, b/o W of city



nd left wings were shot away, as the last b/o a/c blew up



 to cockpit, E/C, b/o and landed N of town, rsc, by chetniksAdditional Info: J. Baugher list
on Yu side N of the town
 le over drop area, one crew-member that survived was KIA later fighting Germans
 e, during return fire increased and a/c ditched just 1/4 mile from Piran. Pilot POW, observer MIA




lled up to 14 000f where e/c, b/o on the second attempt, rsc by partisans




 locomotive and 20 carriages, bailed out 1 km north-west from S. Bistrica and was seen to land safely. Aircraft exploded on impact. Evaded
ve by people hanging from tree RTD to unit. (Map ref imply it crashed in Austria, error ?)

n coming behind the tail, no response to R/T call, the pilot bailed out ad seen to alight safely.
ft caught fire. The aircraft crashed at . Body seen in the air but no chute.KIA




e tree; SE from M.; evaded
craft exploded on impact. Evaded

				
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