Flown overseas by Norm Rogers crew arriving at Grottaglie on 4 April ’44 just in time to hear of the 719th’s losses that day over Bucharest on the first PUC mission. The aircraft was named by the crew bombardier, George Hinds, after Mt. Shasta in northern California. She was downed 12 April ’44 in the Weiner-Neustadt, Austria, target area with Heinbuch crew aboard. 10 POW. MACR 4038.

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