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After flying the stricken ship for several hours in an attempt to return to Italy, William Shelton and the remainder of the crew were able to bailout of the stricken aircraft over Yugoslavia (MACR #10681). 42-52077 DIDDLIN DOLLY (724th ) Departed the USAon December 1,1943, with Walter Graber's crew #5 as part of the original cadre of aircraft. Listed MIA on Mission #34, April 28, 1944. DIDDLIN DOLLY took a direct flak hit in the #2 engine and caught fire. Flown by Walter Graber's crew, and nine parachutes were observed.

Failed to return from Mission #165 to Vienna on December 11, 1944. R. Campbel, who was killed in the crash near Urschel (MACR # 10367). 44-10621 FUN HOUSE 44-10630 (726th ) Departed the USA on August 15, 1944, and was assigned to the group on August 30, 1944, to replace 42-50484. Listed MIA on November 16, 1944, with the crew of Jack Holtz. During the bomb run a bomb from a higher aircraft struck the aircraft. Two of the crew were killed in the accident. (MACR 9883). 44-10632 (725th ) Left the USA for Italy on August 8, 1944, and arrived at the group on August 11, 1944, to replace 4128816 SCRAPPY.

Sustained major flak damage on December 26, 1944. She made it back to the base with over 100 holes in her. There were 13 flak holes in the nose turret alone. She was transferred for repair on January 1, 1945. 42-51626 #43 32 451 st Bomb Group 42-51674 BonOMS UP 42-51677 SKYLARK 42-51626 (726th #43) Left the USA on August 8, 1944. Assigned to the group on September 21, 1944, to replace 42-78102. Sustained major flak damage on November 11, 1944. Made a crash landing at Foggia Main on December 18, 1944, and returned on January 19, 1945.

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