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B-17 Bombardier Missions on D-Day (w/video)

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I had the chance to interview a B-17 bombardier earlier this year who had one amazing story after another. He flew two combat missions over Normandy on D-Day, flew one over Germany and landed in Poltava where the Luftwaffe shelled all of the bombers on the ground, was apart of Operation Cobra and on and on. Below is a link to the first part of the interview. I should have the other parts up within the next day or so. Amazing man. I learned a lot from my visit with him.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8dHt1Xn5NT4&t=9s


Always looking for stuff from the 40th Infantry Division (Korean War), the 7th Armored Division (WWII), USS Bunker Hill (WWII) and USS Mullany (WWII).

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Update: if you go to the page, I've got the entire interview posted in parts 2 and 3.


Always looking for stuff from the 40th Infantry Division (Korean War), the 7th Armored Division (WWII), USS Bunker Hill (WWII) and USS Mullany (WWII).

Check out my history page on YouTube: https://tinyurl.com/historyunderground

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Thanks for posting. We had this one fly in yesterday for our Vet Day celebration Thur / Friday.post-180924-0-00781900-1572993575_thumb.jpeg

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Gosh. I'm jealous. I would love to take a ride in one someday and do a video on it.

 

 


Always looking for stuff from the 40th Infantry Division (Korean War), the 7th Armored Division (WWII), USS Bunker Hill (WWII) and USS Mullany (WWII).

Check out my history page on YouTube: https://tinyurl.com/historyunderground

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My grandfather recently told about how he had brought back a tortoise from his tour in WWII as a pilot. He apparently kept it as a pet until the late 1980s. I will update the post with pictures when I get them!

It evidently had carvings on its shell from the war.

 

 

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My grandfather recently told about how he had brought back a tortoise from his tour in WWII as a pilot. He apparently kept it as a pet until the late 1980s. I will update the post with pictures when I get them!

It evidently had carvings on its shell from the war.

 

 

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Posted in the wrong topic my apologies!

 

 

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