NAME TP - M# SER - BLK - MF

SERIAL #

AF

BG

BS

SC RCL/# V#-P

PHOTO CREDITS

"775"

B

-

24

DSA

-

1

-

CF

42-63775

8

492

856 ~

L

01-1 N/A

Starboard (Right) Side - AKA "L-Love"

Info Contributor - Tom Ensminger
This plane survived Anti-Submarine days in the 479th AS, flew under the 482nd BG banner in the early days of the Carpetbaggers at Alconbury and Watton, was flown heavily during the summer of 1944 and on into 1945, being last repaired at Carnaby in late April of 1945. Still on the July 1945 inventory report, it was probably scrapped shortly thereafter. 17 combat missions in May and June of 1944.

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