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Aircraft: 230758

(courtesy of Mark Styling)

Rosie's Riveters/Satcha-Lass Feb 4, 1944 crash landing with the Crew:
Ross McPhee (P),Fred Nelson (CP),Martin Keker (NAV),Bernard Levine (BOM),Gordon Scarlett (TTE),Herbert Shope (ROG),Leberto Bergagozzi (BTG),Blon Pate (WG),
David Shaw (WG),Jacob Delamar (TG).

The bomber was hit over Wiesbaden / Germany from the 21. Flak-Division / Flak-Regiment 49 Wiesbaden / Germany. Emergency landing on a field (Photo) near Roedingen in the Rhineland (between Cologne and Aachen)Feb 4, 1944  

NAMES: "Rosie's Riveters"
Satcha Lass


PILOTS: LT  ROSS E MCPHEE
MACR: 02344 SQUADRONS: 418 LD-W

NOTES

Aircraft names: "Rosie's Riveters", Satcha Lass

HISTORY

1943-07-22   Accepted into inventory
1943-07-24  Cheyenne
1943-08-07  Dyersburg
1943-08-15  Dalhart
1943-08-31  Assigned to UK
1943-11-05  REM
1944-02-04   FTR - Flak - Weisbaden, Germany
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1944-02-04  FTR - Flak - Weisbaden, Germany

Pilot Info

Crew: 10 POW

Related Info: : MCPHEE, ROSS E

Comments

    The bomber was hit over Wiesbaden / Germany from the 21. Flak-Division / Flak-Regiment 49 Wiesbaden / Germany. 
Emergency landing on a field (Photo) near Roedingen in the Rhineland (between Cologne and Aachen)	

PHOTOS:

 "ROSIE'S RIVETERS" (100th Photo Archives) 

Rosie's Riveters/Satcha-Lass Feb 4, 1944 crash landing with the Crew:
Ross McPhee (P),Fred Nelson (CP),Martin Keker (NAV),Bernard Levine (BOM),Gordon Scarlett (TTE),Herbert Shope (ROG),Leberto Bergagozzi (BTG),Blon Pate (WG),
David Shaw (WG),Jacob Delamar (TG).

The bomber was hit over Wiesbaden / Germany from the 21. Flak-Division / Flak-Regiment 49 Wiesbaden / Germany. Emergency landing on a field (Photo) near Roedingen in the Rhineland (between Cologne and Aachen)Feb 4, 1944 

Rosie's Riveters/Satcha-Lass Feb 4, 1944 crash landing with the Crew:
Ross McPhee (P),Fred Nelson (CP),Martin Keker (NAV),Bernard Levine (BOM),Gordon Scarlett (TTE),Herbert Shope (ROG),Leberto Bergagozzi (BTG),Blon Pate (WG),
David Shaw (WG),Jacob Delamar (TG).

The bomber was hit over Wiesbaden / Germany from the 21. Flak-Division / Flak-Regiment 49 Wiesbaden / Germany. Emergency landing on a field (Photo) near Roedingen in the Rhineland (between Cologne and Aachen)Feb 4, 1944 

Rosie's Riveters/Satcha-Lass Feb 4, 1944 crash landing with the Crew:
Ross McPhee (P),Fred Nelson (CP),Martin Keker (NAV),Bernard Levine (BOM),Gordon Scarlett (TTE),Herbert Shope (ROG),Leberto Bergagozzi (BTG),Blon Pate (WG),
David Shaw (WG),Jacob Delamar (TG).

The bomber was hit over Wiesbaden / Germany from the 21. Flak-Division / Flak-Regiment 49 Wiesbaden / Germany. Emergency landing on a field (Photo) near Roedingen in the Rhineland (between Cologne and Aachen)Feb 4, 1944 

Rosie's Riveters/Satcha-Lass Feb 4, 1944 crash landing with the Crew:
Ross McPhee (P),Fred Nelson (CP),Martin Keker (NAV),Bernard Levine (BOM),Gordon Scarlett (TTE),Herbert Shope (ROG),Leberto Bergagozzi (BTG),Blon Pate (WG),
David Shaw (WG),Jacob Delamar (TG).

The bomber was hit over Wiesbaden / Germany from the 21. Flak-Division / Flak-Regiment 49 Wiesbaden / Germany. Emergency landing on a field (Photo) near Roedingen in the Rhineland (between Cologne and Aachen)Feb 4, 1944 

Germans in the Cockpit of SATCHA-LASS
Rosie's Riveters/Satcha-Lass Feb 4, 1944 crash landing with the Crew:
Ross McPhee (P),Fred Nelson (CP),Martin Keker (NAV),Bernard Levine (BOM),Gordon Scarlett (TTE),Herbert Shope (ROG),Leberto Bergagozzi (BTG),Blon Pate (WG),
David Shaw (WG),Jacob Delamar (TG).

The bomber was hit over Wiesbaden / Germany from the 21. Flak-Division / Flak-Regiment 49 Wiesbaden / Germany. Emergency landing on a field (Photo) near Roedingen in the Rhineland (between Cologne and Aachen)Feb 4, 1944 

Feb 4, 1944, Satcha Lass crash landed by Lt Ross McPhee.

 Robert "Rosie" Rosenthals original 418th crew. Rosie led all 100th aviators with 52 missions. Standing L-R: L. F. Darling, M. V. Bocuzzi, J. F. Mack, C.C. Hall, W. J. DeBlasio, and R. H. Robinson. Kneeling: R. C. Bailey, Rosie (pilot), C. J. Milborn, W. T. Lewis Detailed Information (100th Photo Archives) 

 "Rosie" Rosenthal with his air and ground crews. The Crew Chief, second from left standing is Joe Woodard - believed to have been the largest airman in the 100th. Detailed Information (100th Photo Archives) 

"Rosie's Crew/Thorpe Abbotts 1943"  painting by Gil Cohen