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Aircraft: 230086

NAMES: Black Jack



PILOTS:   N/A  N/A
MACR: SQUADRONS: 351 EP-B

NOTES

Assigned to original cadre, Crew 21 --- Black Jack

HISTORY

1943-04-05   Accepted into inventory
1943-04-08  Cheyenne
1943-04-16  Kearney
1943-05-02  Wendover
1943-05-16  Hill
1943-05-23  Kearney
1943-05-26   Dow
1943-06-01   Assigned to UK
1943-09-23   Salvaged
0000-00-00 
0000-00-00  
1943-09-23  Salvaged

Pilot Info

Crew: N/A

Related Info: : N/A, N/A

Comments

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PHOTOS:

 Low on fuel, 351st aircraft struggle to reach North Africa after the Regensburg mission on 17 Aug 43. The low plane is A/C 230086 Black Jack flown by Victor Fienup and Eugene Mulholland. This crew was later shot down on 3 Sep 43 with 2 KIA. (Photo courtesy of Big Joe Armanini) Fienup crew information | Regensburg mission information 

Never before seen Photos from Regensburg Mission. Courtesy of Jim Blakely, Forkner Photo collection and Matt Mabe . Yeah, that is Just a Snappin (Blakely Crew), Stymie (Brady Crew), and Black Jack (Fienup Crew)  heading into Africa August 17, 1943.