384th Bombardment Group (Heavy) in World War II

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B-17G White Angel

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"Clayton's first ship- several killed in it, whole tail replaced and waist looked like a sieve. [refers to 24 April 1944 Oberpfaffenhofen mission, Gowder pilot] A lemon since being back in squadron." [AW]
Charles "Skip" Schuyler, a crew chief in the 546th BS, in front of a/c.

42-107058 White Angel; Alfred Clayton crew chief up to Oberpfaffenhofen, then Gilbert Jacobs.

The Arnold Watterson Collection, 2009.

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