384th Bombardment Group (Heavy) in World War II

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B-17G 43-38630 SO*G, name not known

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Notation: "After our crash landing [in] Belgium - 1945. Our B-17 still burning."

Tony P (10 Jun 2005): "Airfield B.83 Knoucke/Ie Zoute"

Eric Koentges (21 Jul 2005): "As a little boy, I played in the remains of this plane. I would like more information if possible. Who is still around?
Thanks

Richard Alderman (22 Jul 2005): "My Dad flew Togg. I have crew member names but no info on where they are. I have a .MPEG video documentary post crash, in French."

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