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Aircraft: 2107233

Humpty Dumpty on Hardstand. Courtesy of John Schwarz from Matt Mabe 

NAMES: Humpty Dumpty



PILOTS: LT  WALLACE G WILSON
MACR: 11356 SQUADRONS: 351 EP-N

NOTES

Humpty Dumpty-artwork on plane and flew 62 missions

HISTORY

1944-03-24   Tulsa
1944-04-03  Accepted into Inventory
1944-04-13  Kearney
1944-04-29  Grenier
1944-05-02  Assigned to UK
1944-12-31  FTR - Fighters - Tauenbrueck, ?
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1944-12-31  FTR - Fighters - Tauenbrueck, ?

Pilot Info

Crew: 9 POW

Related Info: : WILSON, WALLACE G

Comments

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PHOTOS:

 A/C 2107233 EP-N HUMPTY DUMPTY, L-R: Mike Schuster and Keith Conklin (Photo courtesy of Dewey Christopher) 

 A/C 2107233 EP-N HUMPTY DUMPTY, #3 engine change. (Photo courtesy of Dewey Christopher) 

 A/C 2107233 EP-N HUMPTY DUMPTY, Dewey Christopher leaning over put-put, Joe Clopton standing on left and unknown standing on right. (Photo courtesy of Dewey Christopher) 

 Shuttle mission to Russia, September 18, 1944 (100th Photo Archives) flown by Capt Schaffhausen Crew. 

F.K. Elkourie from 456th Sub Depot and Phil Hatley.  Photo from 100th BG Archives . 

HUMPTY DUMPTY profile by Jan Zdiarsky.  

Humpty Dumpty (from the collection of John Schwarz)

Humpty Dumpty