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Aircraft: 297883

NAMES: "Miss Lollipop"



PILOTS: 2LT  EDWARD P MCKEAGUE
MACR: 06521 SQUADRONS: 349 XR-

NOTES

"Miss Lollipop"

HISTORY

1944-03-24   Tulsa
1944-03-25  Accepted into Inventory
1944-05-22  Kearney
1944-05-29  Grenier
1944-05-31  Assigned to UK
1944-06-12  FTR OW - Flak - English Channel
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1944-06-12  FTR OW - Flak - English Channel

Pilot Info

Crew: 7 KIA, 3 RMC

Related Info: : MCKEAGUE, EDWARD P

Comments

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/ww2peopleswar/stories/00/a1127800.shtml	

PHOTOS:

Lt Ed McKeague mission on 12 June 1944 Rosieres-En-Santerre in "Miss Lollipop"A/C #42-97883
               

 Bullets from MISS LOLLIPOP- AC #42-97883.Miss Lollipop, flown by the Ed McKeague crew, crashed into the English Channel on 12 June 44. Only two crew members survived. 

 Bullets from MISS LOLLIPOP- AC #42-97883.Miss Lollipop, flown by the Ed McKeague crew, crashed into the English Channel on 12 June 44. Only two crew members survived. 

 Spark Plug and bullets from MISS LOLLIPOP- AC #42-97883.Miss Lollipop, flown by the Ed McKeague crew, crashed into the English Channel on 12 June 44. Only two crew members survived.