1943 Usaaf Serial Numbers 43 5109 To 43 52437 Joe Baugher

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Not all the aircraft which served with the US Army Air Force were issued USAAF serial numbers. The best-known examples are those aircraft acquired abroad by the US Army during the Second World War. ... 1943 Serial Numbers 43-001 to 43-5108 Last revised May 21, 2022 1943 Serial Numbers 43-5109 to 43-52437 Last revised July 23, 2022 1944 Serial ....

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List of accidents and incidents involving military aircraft (1943….

3 May During an inspection tour, Lt. Gen. Frank Maxwell Andrews (1884-1943) is killed in crash of Consolidated B-24D-1-CO Liberator, 41-23728, "Hot Stuff", of the 330th Bomb Squadron, 93d Bomb Group, 8th Air Force, out of RAF Bovingdon, England, on Mt. Fagradalsfjall on the Reykjanes peninsula after an aborted attempt to land at the RAF Kaldadarnes, Iceland..

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United States Army Air Forces (USAAF) Boeing B-17G-90-BO Flying Fortress 43-38856 (coded "GD-M") of the 534th Bombardment Squadron, 381st Bombardment Group (Heavy) crashed on the east-facing slope of North Barrule on the Isle of Man killing 31 US service personnel (including ground crew) en route from RAF Ridgewell (USAAF Station 167) to RAF Nutts Corner in Belfast ....

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A Douglas C-54D Skymaster, 42-72469, of the Second Strategic Support Squadron, 97th Bomb Wing, Strategic Air Command, out of Biggs AFB, Texas, departs Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska, for Great Falls Air Force Base, Montana, with a crew of 8 and 36 passengers (34 service personnel and 2 civilians). Two hours into a planned eight-and-a-half-hour flight, at 1709 hrs. it makes its ....

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The first flight of 6 aircraft, including Lt. Larson, took off with numbers 1 thru 4 in left echelon and numbers 5 and 6 in element 500 ft. behind. ... Joe Baugher lists this serial as shot down by gunfire 14 March 1969, in Southeast Asia. ... (ex-USAAF C-54D-15-DC, 43-17241), c/n 22191/DC642, en route from Atsugi, Japan, to NAS Cubi Point ....

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