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Aircraft: 46297

 "SPIRIT OF PITTWOOD" 350th aircraft (100th Photo Archives) 

LN-X Spirit of Pittwood, Courtesy of IWM 

NAMES: Spirit of Pittwood



PILOTS:   N/A  N/A
MACR: SQUADRONS: 350 LN-X

NOTES

Spirit of Pittwood

HISTORY

1944-06-28   Accepted into inventory
1944-07-28  Kearney
1944-07-13  Dow
1944-07-13  Assigned to UK
1945-06-02  Returned Zone of the Interior - Bradley
1945-06-08  South Plains
1945-12-14   Kingman, Arizona
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1945-12-14  Kingman, Arizona

Pilot Info

Crew: N/A

Related Info: : N/A, N/A

Comments

    Transferred to Alconbury on May 20, 1945 for ferry back to USA	

PHOTOS:

 "SPIRIT OF PITTWOOD" 44-6297 LN-X (100th Photo Archives) 

Spirit of Pittwood

#46297, Photo Caption: "Horseplay after cleaning the ship out" (from the collection of Ivan Champion)

#46297, Photo Caption: "This ship finished the first crew in the squadron" (from the collection of Ivan Champion) “Spirit of Pittwood”

"Spirit of Pittwood" (from the collection of Ivan Champion)

Lt. Cecil O. Daniels     (100th Photo Archives)