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Parkhurst crew

 

Mission List

 

CREW #78; 18th Squadron (as of September 17, 1944)

Mission #64 September 17, 1944 44-8283 B/G 18BS Parkhurst

Mission #65 September 19, 1944 43-38338 B/M 18BS Parkhurst

Mission #67 September 25, 1944 43-38374 B/X 18BS Parkhurst

Mission #68 September 26, 1944 43-38374 B/X 18BS Parkhurst

Mission #69 September 27, 1944 43-38374 B/X 18BS Parkhurst

Mission #70 September 28, 1944 43-38374 B/X 18BS Parkhurst (incorrectly shown as E/X)

Mission #72 October 3, 1944 43-38374 B/X 18BS Parkhurst

Mission #73 October 5, 1944 43-38374 B/X 18BS Parkhurst

Mission #74 October 6, 1944 43-38374 B/X 18BS Parkhurst

Mission #75 October 7, 1944 43-38410 B/C 18BS Parkhurst          Aborted. Oxygen leak.

 

Mission and Crew Details

 

CREW #78; 18th Squadron (as of September 17, 1944)

Parkhurst (P)

Mote (CP)

Yarbrough (N)

Fossum (B)

Ilkka (R)

Holings (E)

Chaney (TG)

Lockwood (WG)

Keist (WG)

 

Mission #64 September 17, 1944 44-8283 B/G 18BS Parkhurst

Took off from Hardstand #13 at 0602 hours.

Flew position 2-2 in 34 A Group.

Carried 30 260F bombs. Dropped on the Primary at 1012 hours from 21,000 feet.

No damage reported.

Landed 1126 hours.

Parkhurst (P)

Mote (CP)

Yarbrough (N)

Fossum (B)

Ilkka (R)

Holings (E)

Chaney (TG)

Lockwood (WG)

Keist (WG)

 

Mission #65 September 19, 1944 43-38338 B/M 18BS Parkhurst

Mission #67 September 25, 1944 43-38374 B/X 18BS Parkhurst

Mission #68 September 26, 1944 43-38374 B/X 18BS Parkhurst

Mission #69 September 27, 1944 43-38374 B/X 18BS Parkhurst

Mission #70 September 28, 1944 43-38374 B/X 18BS Parkhurst (incorrectly shown as E/X)

Mission #72 October 3, 1944 43-38374 B/X 18BS Parkhurst

Mission #73 October 5, 1944 43-38374 B/X 18BS Parkhurst

Mission #74 October 6, 1944 43-38374 B/X 18BS Parkhurst

Mission #75 October 7, 1944 43-38410 B/C 18BS Parkhurst          Aborted. Oxygen leak.

Mission #75 October 7, 1944 43-38374 B/X (scheduled for Parkhurst but replaced.)

 

This crew was taken over by Baskin and Parkhurst flew as co-pilot on the Baskin crew, #77, with Kimmerle as pilot.