The crash site of B-17G #42-31060, "Poque Ma Hone", from 427 BS, 303 BG on Feb 9th 1945, while on bombing mission to Synthetic Oil Plant at Lutzkendorf, Germany.
After colliding with #43-39149 (No Name), piloted by 2Lt. Robert J. Barrat, "Poque Ma Hone" tried to make its way to Allied controlled territory in Poland. It crashed near the village of Jaraczewo (south-east of Poznan, Poland) - 5 KIA, 1 POW, 3 RTD (crew of 9).
B-17 Flying Fortress
B-17G #42-31060 was delivered to Cheyenne 11/9/43; Assigned to the 427th Bomb Squadron of the 303rd Bomb Group [GN-N] and arrived at Molesworth on 18 October 1943. It was nicknamed "Poque Ma Hone" or POGUE-MA-HONE. (Gaelic for Kiss My Ass!)