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A Group of airmen of the 344th Bomb Group at Stansted-Mountfitchet, March 1944. Associated caption: 'Original occupants of Hut #10 (later known as the "Hut-Too-Three-Fo!") in the 497th Sqaudron officer's area. Standing L to R. Hollinger, Wroneski, Healy, Borreson. Kneeling L to R. Havener, McLaughlin, Horn, Nemeth. Early March and snowing!'

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A Group of airmen of the 344th Bomb Group at Stansted-Mountfitchet, March 1944. Associated caption: 'Original occupants of Hut #10 (later known as the "Hut-Too-Thee-Fo!") in the 497th Sqaudron officer's area. Standing L to R. Hollinger, Wroneski, Healy, Borreson. Kneeling L to R. Havener, McLaughlin, Horn, Nemeth. Early March and snowing!'

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  • John Havener

    Military | Lieutenant Colonel | Pilot
    Jack K Havener (1920–2011) flew B-26 Marauders with the 344th Bomb Group. He completed 68 combat missions in the medium bombers, many of them from Stansted. Among the medals awarded to Havener was the Distinguished Flying Cross – given to an American...

Locations

  • Stansted Mountfitchet

    Military site : airfield
    Today, Stansted is one of the busiest airports in Britain. During the Second World War, instead of airliners delivering passengers, Stansted Moutfitchet’s aircrews in their B-26 Marauders attacked Nazi targets, paving the way for D-Day and the...

Revisions

Date Contributor Update
20 January 2015 21:17:15 Tanks Changes to unit associations
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AAM Photo

Date Contributor Update
20 January 2015 21:09:42 Tanks Changes to caption and person associations
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AAM Photo

Date Contributor Update
08 September 2014 15:34:46 AAM AAM ingest
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IWM, Roger Freeman Collection

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