384th Bombardment Group (Heavy) in World War II

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SWISS MISS & 42-6147 in Formation Flight

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SWISS MISS was the aircraft LT Bagby had a mid air collision with on 7 July 1944. Don took this picture on a previous mission from his pilot seat in another aircraft. He would not have known this was an accident waiting to happen. Interesting. This shows formation flying.

Image contributed by Michael Hamilton, Don Bagby's son-in-law

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Lt Don Bagby
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