The pilot and the crew members of U.S. AA Force bomber B-17F Memphis Belle introduced in Washington DC during World War II
Washington DC USA Date:1944 Duration:6 min 50 sec Sound:Yes
United States Army Air Force Bomber B-17F, Memphis Belle, lands at Washington National Airport, Washington DC, during World War 2. Secretary of War Robert P. Patterson shakes hands with the crew. Mascot Scotty dog 'Stuka' is held by a crew member. The crew member speaks about his memories when the craft took off. He discusses difficulties the crew members encountered during the mission. Captain Robert K. Morgan, pilot of Memphis Belle, speaks and introduces the members of the crew. The captain calls Sergeant John Quinlan as the Tail Gunner. Logo and name on the craft reads Memphis Belle and name of pilot. Lieutenant General Barney Mc Giles in the background.
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