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B-17 Flying Fortress

Delivered Cheyenne 15/2/44; Rapid City 5/3/44; Dow Fd 14/4/44; Assigned 398BG Nuthampstead 22/4/44; no ops, transferred 561BS/388BG [ -Q] Knettishall 28/4/44; (18m) on return from Merseburg 29/7/44 with Gene Peterson, Co-pilot: Victor Locke, Navigator: Bill Kimmel, Bombardier: Benone Terrano, Flight engineer/top turret gunner: Joe Scuglik, Radio Operator: Carl Meyer, Ball turret gunner: Leon Devenpeck, Waist gunner: Dave Rosser,Tail gunner: Norman Jockers (9 Returned to Duty); crash landed base, Salvaged 30/7/44. HAUGHTY HAZY II.



  • Charles Claggett

    Military | Staff Sergeant | Tail Gunner | 388th Bomb Group

  • James Godwin

    Military | First Lieutenant | Bombardier | 388th Bomb Group

  • Calvin Samson

    Military | Captain | Pilot | 388th Bomb Group
    Retired from the USAF with the rank of Lt. Colonel

  • Joseph Scuglik

    Military | Technical Sergeant (2nd Grade) | Flight Engineer | 388th Bomb Group


  • Knettishall

    Military site : airfield
    Knettishall was built to Class A standard for an American Bomb Group that would be bringing up to forty heavy bombers with them in three or four Squadrons. The 388th Bomb Group, which stayed at Knettishall for their entire service in the ETO, flew B-17...

  • Nuthampstead

    Military site : airfield
    Built during 1942-43, Nuthampstead was the nearest Eighth Air Force heavy bomber base to London. It had three concrete runways, 50 loop hardstandings and two dispersed T2 hangars. It was first occupied from September 1943 to April 1944 by the 55th...


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Date Contributor Update
27 September 2014 18:41:11 AAM AAM ingest

Dave Osborne, B-17 Fortress Master Log