B-17F 42-30076 384 BG was at 08.45 intercepted and shot down by approximately eight Fw 190's of II./JG 26 then the machine exploded in the air and came down the remnants near Wilhelminadorp. Observed that German fighter pilots was repeatedly jumped with the parachute crew fired their guns aboard! 2Lt. Douglas H. Turner. He was ordered to the ground at the North Cemetery on June 25. In mid-March 1946 his remains were transferred to the Ardennes American Cemetery at Neuville-en-Condroz. T / Sgt. Ernest M. Trickett. He was - hanging by his parachute - by machine gun fire from German fighter pilots hit in the head after he died shortly after landing from his injuries. Furthermore, as with Lt. Turner. S / Sgt. George W. Waterman. His parachute refused to unfold. At first he was ordered to Flushing to the ground and unknown kite on the North Cemetery. In mid-March 1946 were also his remains reburied at the American Cemetery Neuville-enCondroz. S / Sgt. Harold J. Cooke. His parachute refused to unfold. Because his body was maimed beyond recognition, he could only be identified with one in his possession a letter with the place name "Con-cord" and signed "Dad", and underneath Otto L. Cooke. The further data is identical to the above. The pilot was 2Lt. Robert J. Olbinski pow On July 1 to Stalag Luft Sagan - Belaria
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