384th Bombardment Group (Heavy) in World War II

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Britt Crew, unidentified B-17F in front of hangar

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2LT Neil L Britt Crew, 547th BS,
Front Row (Left to Right): SGT Clarence L. Wolfe (tail gunner), SGT William (Bill) D. Argenbright (ball turret gunner), SSG Don P. Tucker (flight engineer and top turret gunner), SGT Morton C. Mason (right waist gunner), SSG Morton G. Harris (radio operator), SSG Conway B. Nichols (left waist gunner)
Back Row (Left to Right): 2LT Neil L. Britt (pilot), 2LT Oscar G. Richard (bombardier), 2LT Ernst (Ernie) V. Lindell (navigator), 2LT Raymond (Ray) J. Haley (co-pilot)

Plane and crew were shot down on 14 Jan 44 on mission to Le Meillard, FR. 2LT Lindell successfully evaded capture and returned to England. The remainder of the crew spent the remainder of the war as POWs.

Source: The Quentin Bland Collection.

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