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|Pilot 1st Lt William A. Selby, O-738263 (MIA / KIA) OH
Co-Pilot 2nd Lt Robert M. Gribble, O-829004 (MIA / KIA) PA
Radio T/Sgt Merton E. Voigt, 39236540 (MIA / KIA) CA
Engineer S/Sgt George I. Whittier, 11021886 (MIA / KIA) MA
Gunner S/Sgt David P. McManus, 13136948 (MIA / KIA) MD
Crashed June 16, 1944
Nicknamed "Hell's Belles" with the nose art of a skull with horns and extended tongue. Nose number "140". Bomb markings were painted on the nose indicating missions flown. Below the the navigator's position was painted "Rollo".
On November 2, 1943 flown on the mission against Rabaul. Over the target, the tail was damaged, and a Zero claimed by gunners. Afterwards, flown by 1st Lt. Robert W. Spear. Finally 2nd Lt. William Selby.
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