A replacement ship that arrived into the 449th on 3 March ’44. Flown and named by Weimer’s crew. She was named for the pilot’s daughter, Susan Jane … but the nose artist erroneously used the letter ”Z” in spelling the name. “Suzan Jane” was downed on the 29 May ’44 mission to Weiner-Neustadt, Austria, with Henggeler’s crew aboard. All but the two pilots were from Lawrence crew. The bombardier was from A. K. Brown crew. 2 KIA 8 POW. MACR 5458.

Pictures of Suzan Jane


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