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William "Bill" Godbey, B-17 Pilot
"According to his resume, during his military career, Bill earned seven battle ribbons, 12 citations, and put in 5,000-plus flight hours plus another 1,000 combat pilot hours. He became a division leader, and spent three years as director of technical operations in the 8th Air Force in England, where he was also in charge of aircraft and engineering and the modifications on all B-17s in England."
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  • Bovingdon

    Military site : airfield
    Bovingdon, in Hertfordshire (often confused with Bovington, Dorset), was built in 1941-42 as a bomber station but was never developed into a fully-fledged heavy bomber airfield as it did not have the required 2,000 yard runway. ...

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02 May 2015 05:26:49 ElDub Changes to person associations
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