NAME TP - M# SER - BLK - MF

SERIAL #

AF

BG

BS

SC RCL/# V#-P

PHOTO CREDITS

VAMPIN' VERA

B

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24

H

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10

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CF 41-29301

8

453 732 E3 Z 00-2

AUSTIN L. ALLSOP

Starboard (Right) Side - "Shark Jaws"

Contributor - Robert A. Alsop
Shown with my Father, Austin L. Allsop (Co-Pilot). My family name for several generations is spelled “Allsop” and that was my father’s name on all of his official records. My father’s grave has two headstones, one that was placed by the family, spelled “Alsop”, and one that was placed by the Veteran’s Administration spelled “Allsop".

Info Contributor - Tom Brittan
Flown to England as an original aircraft by 2nd Lt. George L. Baatz and his crew from Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL, under Orders dated 12 Jan 44. However, its radio call letter was changed several times form G to R then to S and finally to Z. It was declared war weary in Sep 44 but re-deployed to the ZI and was at Altus, OK, on 29 Oct 45.

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