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Malhoit crew; 447th Bomb Group, 711th Squadron. Photograph taken at Rattlesden, England, undated (but probably after July 1944 when 9-man crews were begun). Standing, L-R: Lt. Robert Raeside, Lt. Richard Vifquaim, Lt. Ken Nicholson, Lt. Eugene Malhoit; Kneeling, L-R: Sgt. William Cook, Sgt. Gerald Adkins, Sgt. James Harroun, Sgt. Harold Parker, Sgt. Homer Woodbury.

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  • 447th Bomb Group

    447th Bomb Group

    Group
    The 447th Bomb Group flew B-17 Flying Fortresses on strategic bombardment missions out of Rattlesden, Suffolk. With their first mission coming on Christmas Eve, December 24, 1943, their main focus was hitting sites that would weaken enemy forces...

  • 711th Bomb Squadron

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  • Rattlesden

    Military site : airfield
    Built for the Eighth Air Force in 1942, Rattlesden had three concrete runways, 50 hardstandings and two dispersed T2 hangars. Intended to be a twin-engine B-26 bomber base, it was originally a satellite for nearby Rougham, and first occupied from...

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Date Contributor Update
23 March 2020 22:07:55 timothymotz Changes to caption
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Timothy Motz

Date Contributor Update
23 March 2020 21:52:02 timothymotz Changes to caption and person associations
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Timothy Motz, from Pictorial History of the 447th Bombardment Group (H) https://www.americanairmuseum.com/media/41056; identifications from 447bg.com

Date Contributor Update
23 March 2020 21:46:42 timothymotz Changes to unit associations and place associations
Sources

Timothy Motz, from Pictorial History of the 447th Bombardment Group (H) https://www.americanairmuseum.com/media/41056; identifications from 447bg.com

Date Contributor Update
23 March 2020 21:45:14 timothymotz Created entry with caption
Sources

Timothy Motz, from Pictorial History of the 447th Bombardment Group (H) https://www.americanairmuseum.com/media/41056; identifications from 447bg.com

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