384th Bombardment Group (Heavy) in World War II

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Ditched 4 October 1943, with Kaufman crew. Entire crew survived the ditching and returned to duty.

Mark Molnar says "My father was George Molnar, co-pilot on [the Kaufman] crew. [This is] a water-color painting of the Ruthless ditching that my father did as a POW."

Sharon Spodar (4 Sep 2006): "Correction, George Molnar was the co-pilot of the Kauffman crew. My father Paul Spodar was the right waist gunner for the Kauffman crew."

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