384th Bombardment Group (Heavy) in World War II

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B-17G 43-38750 SU*D, "TU YUNG TU"

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Lt William G Gregg crew with 43-38750 SU*D Tu Yung Tu

Help to identify the full crew appreciated

2008-08-28 - For B-17G 43-38750 SU*D, "Tu Yung Tu" , in the second of the three photos on the 384th bomb Group site, the middle officer standing is 2nd Lt. Roger J. Wade, my father. I have a similar picture of this plane and crew on my nightstand here at home.

My father, Roger Wade, is alive and well, 85 years old, and living in Gansevoort, New York. He can probably identify some of the rest of the crew in the photo. I will ask him when I see him in September.

Roger J. Wade, Jr.

Mar 20 2009 - My dad, Edward Z. Janicki, is the second from right. He began writing (though never finished) a recounting of his time on "Tu Yung Tu"; some great stories. Sadly, he passed away in 1991.

My brother and I recently went on a B-17 flight in Michigan. What a thrill. I'd love to hear from from this crew (and crew's family). Greg Janicki

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