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Personnel

Lt

Lloyd C. MARKS

Assigned to the 100th Bombardment Group
Location:
Unit: 350th Bombardment Squadron
Rank:
Position: Pilot

Additional 100th Service Notes

Status: KIC
CR: 99913
Comments: 29 JAN 44 FRANKFURT (TKOF ACCIDENT) - No MACR

Comments and Notes

Memo 1:
CREW

2nd Lt Lloyd C. Marks P IIC 29 Jan 44 Frankfurt (Take Off ACCIDENT)
2nd Lt Westley Lundholm CP IIC 29 Jan 44 Frankfurt (TKOF ACCIDENT)
2nd Lt Richard A. Powell NAV KIC 29 Jan 44 Frankfurt (TKOF ACCIDENT)-FROM LT HARRIS CREW
T/Sgt Albert L.DeGregorio TTE KIC 29 Jan 44 Frankfurt (TKOF ACCIDENT)
T/Sgt Joseph A.Makowski ROG KIC 29 Jan 44 Frankfurt (TKOF ACCIDENT)
T/Sgt Maurice V.Anderson TTE IIC 29 Jan 44 Frankfurt (TKOF ACCIDENT)
S/Sgt Charlea H.Challonor BTG KIC 29 Jan 44 Frankfurt (TKOF ACCIDENT)
S/Sgt Raymond J.Scheier RWG KIC 29 Jan 44 Frankfurt (TKOF ACCIDENT)
S/Sgt Joaeph C.Sllvani LWG KIC 29 Jan 44 Frankfurt (TKOF ACCIDENT)
S/Set Robort N.Dean TG KIC 29 Jan 44 Frankfurt (TKOF ACCIDENT)



350th Sqdn. When this crew joined the 100th Group on 1/12/43, The Navigator was Lt Price,
and the Bombardier was Lt Eugene Colman. No further records of those men have been found.

Crew,as listed above, from ACCIDENT REPORT of 29/1/44. Apparently Lundholm recovered
from his burns for he is listed as completing a tour.He was transferred from tho 350th to
the 418th on 17/5/44. See letter of March 1984 from Ken Everett and Copy of Accident
Report,

"On 29 January 1944, 2nd Lt Lloyd C.Marks, ASN 0-746387 and his crew tookoff on an
operational mission too Frankfurt in a B-17G A/C #42-31502 (Terry 'N' Ten). The takeoff time was 0631
and lt was still dark.The weather was overcast at 400 feet with 3 mlles visibility.Shortly after takoff,
the pilot reported he had climbed to 300 feet and had lost all cockpit lighting. The A/C
crashed at 0634 about 3 miles west of the field at Frenze Lane,which is NE of Scole. Lt.
Marks (pilot) and Sgt.Anderson (Engineer)and Lt Lundholm (Copilot) escaped with severe burns
while the reat or the crew received fatal injuries. The A/C was destroyed."
Memo 2:
No MACR

Photos

Lloyd C. Marks crew

Lloyd C. Marks crew.

231502 Terry n' Ten

Crash site of B17 231502 Terry n' Ten on January 29, 1944. Copy of Accident Report, "On 29 January 1944, 2nd Lt Lloyd C. Marks, ASN 0-746387 and his crew took off on an operational mission in a B-17G A/C #42-31502. The takeoff time was 0631 and it was still dark. The weather was overcast at 400 feet and with 3 miles visibility. Shortly after takeoff, the pilot reported he had climbed to 300 feet and had lost all cockpit lighting. The A/C crashed at 0634 about 3 miles west of the field at Frenze Lane, which is NE of Scole. Lt. Marks (pilot) and Sgt. Anderson (Engineer) and Lt Lundholm (Copilot) escaped with severe burns while the rest or the crew received fatal injuries. The A/C was destroyed." (Photo courtesy of Ernest Havecker and his family: Eileen Rosenthal and Jodi Womack.) Marks crew information

Crew List

1st Crew List

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Rank Name Pos Status
LT MARKS, Lloyd C. P KIC
LT LUNDHOLM, Westley CP CPT
LT POWELL, Richard A. NAV KIC
LT PRICE, K. NAV NOC
T/Sgt DEGREGORIO, Albert L. TOG/NG KIC
LT COLMAN, E. BOM NOC
T/SGT ANDERSON, Maurice V. TTE IIC
Sgt MAKOWSKI, Joseph A. ROG KIC
S/Sgt CHALLONER, Charles H. BTG KIC
S/Sgt SCHEIER, Raymond WG KIC
SGT SILVANI, Joseph C. WG KIC
Sgt DEAN, Robert TG KIC