|Accidents and Damage
to the Aircraft at Glatton
|457th Bomb Group||457th Bomb Group|
G. I. Virgin II on it's belly. Crash landing on Mar 17th, 1944.
Another view of G. I. Virgin II s/n 42-32098.
The remains of s/n 42-97088 that blew up over England while assembling for a mission to Munich on Jul 11th, 1944.
The tail section of Lt Coffman's plane which crashed while returning from a recalled mission on April 21st, 1944. The pilot was Lt. Owen Coffman.
Plane 42-97532, from the 305th Bomb Group at Chelveston, made an emergency landing at Glatton on Apr 25th, 1944. The plane broke in the middle upon landing.
Another view of the 305 Bomb Group plane showing the break at the waist.
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