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CF 42-63981 8 448 712 CT C 00-1

PAT EVERSON

Starboard (Right) Side - Became a Lead Formation Assembly Ship (AKA "STRIPE-PED APE")

Contributor - Tom Brittan
On arrival in England as an 8 448 714 aircraft at the beginning of Dec 43, it was transferred temporarily to 8 93 329 and given RCL: O. After at least 7 missions, it was returned to 448th BG before 29 Dec 43 and assigned to 712th BS with RCL C. Last combat mission: 29 Apr 44. It was first used as an assembly ship in Jun or Jul 44 and was salvaged war weary at Seething on 13 or 14 Feb 45.

Info Contributor - Robert Livingstone
Named after Pilot Lt Stanley H. Johnson's girlfriend and Bombardier Lt G. W. Purcell's wife.

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