John J. Timko Updated: 25 JUN 2015
Airman: e777940.htm Surname: Timko Init: J J Rank: T/Sgt Service: USAAF Sqdn: 335
P_link: p184.htm Plane: B17 4230118 Operation: Bomb G Crash_site: Kiel Bugt (Bay) Photo 24 MAY 2015 by AS from
"Under et bombetogt til Kiel (her)
den 13. juni 1943 blev amerikanske bombere angrebet af tyske jagere over
Østersøen, hvor en del blev skudt ned.
Technical Sergeant John Timko var Radio
Operator. Han har ingen
kendt grav. Hans navn findes på
Tablets of the Missing,
Netherlands American Cemetery.
Fra B17 42-30118
blev 1 flyver begravet i Magleby, Langeland, mens 3 er begravet i USA, 1 i
Belgien, 1 i Holland og 4 har ingen kendt grav.
American bombers on a bombing raid to
on 13 June 1943 were attacked by German fighters over the Baltic Sea, where a
number were shot down.
T/Sgt Louis L. Julliard and 2nd Lt Glenn W. McMurty from B17 42-29702, 2nd Lt Herbert C. Wood from B17 42-30118 and 2nd Lt Wilson F. Brown from B17 42-3187 were all buried in Magleby Churchyard, Langeland.
Technical Sergeant John Timko was the
Radio Operator. He has no known grave.
1 airman from B17 42-30118 was buried in Magleby, Langeland, while 3 rest in the USA, 1 in Belgium, 1 in Holland, and 4 have no known grave.
a drawing of the crew of
Photo of a B-17 + B-17s in airmen.dk and
B-17 Ball Turret, Ammunition and the story of a Ball