384th Bombardment Group (Heavy) in World War II

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Aircraft: B-17G 545th BS 43-37917 JD*B Pauline

My grandfather flew this plane for 12 missions. Richard Glen Wismer. I have photos, wish I could pin to your Pauline folder. [jgsmit4, 2016]

Source: Robert Bletscher, 2011.

Bletscher: "I had sent someone to copy the records, but unfortunately they were too big to be copied on a regular scanner. The Agency Chief at the Air Force Historical Research Agency at Maxwell AFB, in Alabama, decided that they were records that should be preserved, and as a result had his department take care of them."

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