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457th Bomb Group Accidents and Damage
to the Aircraft at Glatton
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G. I. Virgin II on it's belly. Crash landing on Mar 17th, 1944.
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Another view of G. I. Virgin II s/n 42-32098.
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The remains of s/n 42-97088 that blew up over England while assembling for a mission to Munich on Jul 11th, 1944.
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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.
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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.
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Another view of the 305 Bomb Group plane showing the break at the waist.
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