The downed B-24 “Red Bow” bomber


American bomber Consolidated B-24 “Liberator” “Red Bow” (serial number 44-50838), broken from the missile R4M from the German jet fighter Messerschmitt Me-262.
Only one crew member of the B-24 Red Bow managed to survive, its parachute opened at an altitude of 600 meters. He landed on the enemy’s territory and was taken prisoner.



Location: Germany
Date: 04 April 1945
Author: Harold Dorfman

In : 1945

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