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Top L-R Michael Gagich, Gerald S Harvey, Willam R Boree, Adelbert D Shereck, and Jack M Harrington.
Bottom L-R Thurman M Geren, Charles R Wilson, William W Jeffers and Harry E Cobb.

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  • Michael Gagich

    Military | Sergeant | Right Waist Gunner
    Most significant experience occurred on 16 February 1945 as consequence of bombing mission of Gelsenkirchen oil refinery. Because of flak damage to aircraft during and following bomb run, we were unable to return to England and were forced to ditch in...

  • Thurman Geren

    Military | Major | Pilot
    On a mission over Germany on 5, April 1945, the Bandwagon II was attacked by several enemy jet-propelled fighters, damage included all 4 engines, all trim tab cables were severed plus more. Sgt. David M Lesher was fatally wounded. The plane was...

  • Jack Harrington

    Military | Sergeant | Tail Gunner
    Most significant experience occurred on 16-Febr-45 as consequence of bombing mission of Gelsenkirchen oil refinery. Because of flak damage to aircraft during and following bomb run, we were unable to return to England and were forced to ditch in the...

  • Gerald Harvey

    Military | Sergeant | Radio Operator
    Most significant experience occurred on 16 February 1945 as consequence of bombing mission of Gelsenkirchen oil refinery. Because of flak damage to aircraft during and following bomb run, we were unable to return to England and were forced to ditch in...

  • William Jeffers

    Military | Second Lieutenant | Navigator
    Most significant experience occurred on 16 February 1945 as consequence of bombing mission of Gelsenkirchen oil refinery. Because of flak damage to aircraft during and following bomb run, we were unable to return to England and were forced to ditch in...

  • Adelbert Shereck

    Military | Sergeant | Ball Turret Gunner
    Most significant experience occurred on 16 February 1945 as consequence of bombing mission of Gelsenkirchen oil refinery. Because of flak damage to aircraft during and following bomb run, we were unable to return to England and were forced to ditch in...

  • Charles Wilson

    Military | Second Lieutenant | Co-Pilot
    Most significant experience occurred on 16 February 1945 as consequence of bombing mission of Gelsenkirchen oil refinery. Because of flak damage to aircraft during and following bomb run, we were unable to return to England and were forced to ditch in...

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