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B-17 'Short Bier' aircraft, crew list, Hill Aerospace Museum, Utah, United States, Aug 2006

Caption   B-17 'Short Bier' aircraft, crew list, Hill Aerospace Museum, Utah, United States, Aug 2006 ww2dbase
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Added By Bryan Hiatt
Added Date 7 Sep 2006

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1. Terry M. Coffman says:
14 Nov 2012 12:09:29 PM

I'm trying to find anyone who may have known or served with my father, Charles (Chuck) Osborne Coffman. He earned at least two or more Purple Hearts flying B-17's over Germany. I'd appreciate any advice or guidance in finding links or sites to reach out to. Thank you.

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