B-17 bomber

B-17 bomber
Photograph of the B-17 on which Sergeant Walter Larson of the U.S. Army Air Corps was waist gunner. Text on the front reads "Dings Dilemma B17 Flying Fortress." Larson became a prisoner of war when he and the other crew members of their B-17 were shot down over Calais, France, on 28 February 1944. Sergeant Larson was liberated by elements of the U.S. Fifth Army at Bitterfield, Germany, on 18 April 1945.
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23cm x 16cm
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East Carolina Manuscript Collection
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Lyle Larson Sep 22 2016

My uncle

Lyle Larson Sep 22 2016

My uncle

Lyle Larson Jun 04 2016

He was my Uncle, I would like to find kis son Michael.

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