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B Flying Fortress Heavy Bomber | World War II Database

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Soviet opinion toward the B design was generally favorable. Some remained in Soviet service until After some time of ineffective high altitude bombing, some of the B bombers adopted "skip bombing", a technique usually practiced by medium bombers rather than heavy bombers. When skip bombing, the aircraft flew at very low altitudes over water; as the bombs were released, they struck the water at a shallow angle and bounced into the sides of targeted ships. The technique of skip bombing scored several sinkings.

Besides Boeing, Douglas and Lockheed via subsidiary Vega also contributed to that total. After the war General Carl Spaatz commented that "[w]ithout the B, we might have lost the war.

The most famous of the surviving B bomber at the time of this writing is arguably the mission veteran of European Theater "Memphis Belle", which is now at National Museum of the United States Air Force near Dayton, Ohio, United States for restoration and display in the near future. Did you enjoy this article or find this article helpful?

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Your IP address will be tracked even if you remain anonymous. All comment submissions will become the property of WW2DB. The goal of this site is two fold. First, it is aiming to offer interesting and useful information about WW2. Second, it is to showcase Lava's technical capabilities. World War II Database. B Flying Fortress. By it took 19, man hours to build. Today only 12 B's still fly, out of the 12, that were built.

Did you know that: The editor for the local Seattle Times, wrote the caption "15 ton Flying Fortress. The 5,th B built was named 5-Grand and was signed by factory employees, before the aircraft entered service. It retained its Boeing employee autographed markings, and drew curious crowds wherever it went. The B completed 78 missions and returned to the United States in June When they landed, the prisoners just ran away from the plane and they never got to know where they went and if they got home safely.

I flew in her last combat missions and was scheduled to return her to the US for a bond tour. Word had it that there were so many upper brass that wanted to fly her that the mission was scraped. All I know was that my crew did not fly her. She was a beautiful aircraft All of the painted signatures weighted so much that it cut her air speed down 5 knots. We were in sq of bomb group 96 located in Snertonheath. We need to correspond now as our numbers ae growing smaller each day.

Most of my information, comes from Aviation Magazines such as Wings and Airpower what I have, go back to the 's and information that was available at that time.

Other info on 5 Grand she had 35, signatures. My Father worked in the defence industry, but all my Uncles served in the Army. You can E-mail me at pdenomie pahrump.

Jenessa says: 14 Nov PM I have six photos commemorating the 5 Grand that I am putting for sale on craigslist today. I came here doing research on them, and was touched to hear these stories! If anyone is interested call Jenessa at Bill says: 19 Nov PM B Bomber production: 1, B's parked wingtip to wingtip would extend almost twenty 20 miles.

The total production of 12, would also extend miles. II For the United States the war lasted about 2, days. Bill says: 19 Nov PM Losses per month correction: men killed and aircraft destroyed that's about 11 men and 10 airplanes a day. From December through August , the U. Army Air Forces lost 14, pilots, aircrew and other personnel plus 13, airplanes inside the Continental U.

Total aircraft accidents 52,, with 6, with fatalities. That's about 1, aircraft accidents a month about 40 per day! Another 1, aircraft disappeared en route. Against the Western Axis. In the summer of the AAF lost 1, to 1, aircraft per month in the European and Mediterranean theaters of operation. It is unclear how many Pe-8's were built some sources say 79, more reliable russian sources say between 93 and 96 aircraft.

It was an advanced aircraft for its time comparing well, at least on paper to its Allied contemportary American and British heavy bombers. The Pe-8 was built in small numbers, and made no major contribution to the Soviet war effort However, it operated as a long-range transport and made a number of trips from the U.

In the post-war period,the Pe-8 continued to operate with Aeroflot into the 's before being retired. These three aircraft were flown,tested and examined by pilots and engineers. Reverse-engineered, they were the basis for the U.

Anonymous says: 29 Nov PM Who is the writer of this?? My father-in-law still alive and healthy was part of the original crew Unger's "all bachelor" crew - I think they were called. There are 2 or 3 of his original crew still left. I'd be interested in any info you might have.

I'll try back again. Jones says: 5 Mar AM My father was the pilot in the first combat crew. The crew that flew it to England was reassigned to another aircraft after the landing gear on the Five Grand B malfunctioned. He flew the first 18 combat missions from Snedderton Heath in England. There was an excellent article in Wings Magazine a few years ago sorry, I don't have the issue number or date at this time.

I'll try to locate it. I have a lot of pictures, articles and combat mission orders related to the Five Grand. Benny Wade, Elmo Allen were also crew members. I think Benny was the Navigator Monty Howard says: 14 Nov PM I frequently wonder how long it took for a crew who survived 25 missions to complete their combat tour. I've looked for that statistic from time to time, but have not seen it yet.

Bill says: 28 Dec AM Mr. Lenahan,,,I have a friend who was a tail gunner on the Five Grand and would like to get in touch with you Thank you for your time. Doc says: 2 Jan PM As a medical student about ten years ago I had the pleasure of meeting one of the crew of the Five Grand. After I had finished my required work I would seek him out, sit at his bedside, and listen to his stories.

How do I reach his son Mike? Mike Lenahan says: 5 Jan PM Connected with tail gunner from first combat crew of 5 Grand who flew with my father this evening, Johnnie Wearing What an honor. Thank you C. Peter Chen for emailing me today with news of John's post. We had a great visit and plan to get together soon. God Bless. Army Jrotc cadet says: 25 Jan PM i have a question, im doing a speech for my JROTC class and i want to know how many bs are left in the world and how many are still air worthy.

Bob says: 9 Feb PM Reg. He stated he flew 24 missions on her as a bombadier and a turret gunner. He mentioned a name, Tom Watson, who may have been his pilot. If anyone has any memories of Doug or Mr. Watson, please let me know. Bob in Ballinger, Tx. Most of my original crew completed their 25 missions on Sept. As far as I know this was the fastest record for a combat tour in the the 8th AF. There are 12 Bs currently left flying in the world.

Keep 'em flying. I am a journalist in Montana and I am currently working on a story with a lady who worked at Boeing Plant 2 in Seattle where Five Grand was built. Can anyone here put us in touch with anyone who was a crew member on that plane? He recently was in contact with Michael Lenahan,the son of Mr James Lenahan bombardier 5 Grand and they were able to share memories. Dad would love to hear from anyone from Snetterton Heath Airfield. He survived and was a Pow for over 2 years.

He died in , but my mom is still alive and well. Would love to hear from anyone with similar interest. Carol says: 17 Jun AM Correction on my previous post - my dad, Bill Styles, flew the "Alice from Dallas" but did not go down on that plane, he was flying a different one that day because the pilot, Bill DeSanders, was not available that day. Dad went down on the "Duration plus Six" on July 25, Weber: John Wearing is the only surviving member of the original combat crew of 5-Grand as far as I know.

He is more than alive and kicking in Detroit Just curious if any crew member might remember him. He passed away in His name was Jim. Nose art was a skeleton riding a coffin while smoking a cigar. Chris Roberts says: 19 Apr AM I have a photo of a B crew with the names of the crew members and even their home towns, but I'm not sure how to track down what happened to them since that photo. I have tried searching the WW2db but have had know luck.

If anyone has an idea on how to do this I would appreciate hearing from you. Gary Weise says: 30 Mar PM pdenomie pahrump. Weise was the co-pilot on 5 Grand when Roy Brachman was pilot. That's the air base that 5 Grand flew from during dad's tour. We were there to participate in the dedication of a monument to all who served from there during WW II. We'd appreciate any help anybody can provide or suggestions anybody has to help make those connections.

Regards, Gary V. Weise home, cell gvweise att. I was the B Liberator Hot Stuff. It completed 25 missions on Feb. The Memphis Belle was on her 10th mission. Hot Stuff was on her 30th mission. By then the number to complete was 30; I believe it was later upped to The crash site is near a village in central France close to a village called Pressac. I am very interested to find out more of this plane and its mission etc. We have a French holiday home near the site, and being in the RAF for some time years ago I would like to find out more.

Recently a memorial has been raised to the memory of the crew on the crash site and names of all the crew are inscribed on the monument. Would welcome any information on this plane Yours in anticipation Graham Wright.

Seven of the crew were lost: 1. Bobrof, Bob B. Devono, George J. Cole, Charles D. Dell, George W. Polski, Edward F. Snyder, Thomas E. Word, Clinton S. Hitchcock, Kenneth F. Dave Cannon Jr. Are there any sites online where one could go to obtain info on crews? Thanks in advance for any info on a direction to start. He was a ball turret gunner in a B17?

I am just curious to learn any information about this, any input would be welcomed. I have a pic of him and the crew in front of a bomber named "Thumper II". Contact me please! I'm not sure what bomber group he was in, but i was told he flew 50 missions over North Africa, Sicily, possibly Italy and Ploeste.

Unfortunately my grandfather died in a commercial plane crash Feb 8 when I was 5 yrs old. He was on a bombing mission, with his bombing group, over Italy in His B collided with another B over the Adreatic Sea. Happened Feb. I don't think there were any survivors.

It is well worth the trip if you had a family member in the war. The archives up stairs at the museum will help you. My father was flight eng on Horse Fly on the first Ploesti raid. I have photos of the crew and a Rosary and youth swastika armband given to him by resistance fighters.

Dave says: 19 Sep PM I am looking for any info on a B17 tail gunner named Don Hurst who claims that his B17 crash landed in Germany in just short of the Swiss border. He claims to have killed 10 Germans, taken 2 prisoners, got 8 injured crew members safely into Switzerland and back to base in England.

I can find no record of any of these claims. I am ex-Australian Navy, and also a Radio Ham I have read a lot about the B's in WW2 and watched a good few documentaries about the gallant men who flew them over the battle skies of Europe. I was wondering if it might be possible to make contact with any of these surviving heroes, of the sky. I know its a long shot, but it would be quiet an experience to hear from any of these men who did a great deal to create the free world we all enjoy today.

I look forward to hearing from you Yours sincerely Mike from "Down-Under" my email address is: mikevk4qs gmail. Do you know the name of his plane? He was a Tailgunner and Radio Operator. Anyone out there have any information?. Bertrand L Eichelberger. I have some old negatives he took of bombing formations. Tail number configuration is six numbers over one letter. Aircraft appear to be OD Green paint scheme.

Dewey no middle name Thompson from Whiteville NC. He was a tailgunner on a flying fortress but that's all I know- we have a photo of him standing with his crew in front of the plane, but gramma circled him and wrote "MINE" over it, obliterating the name of the plane! Trying to finish the research for Christmas for my family. Can anyone help? The plane was shot down over or neart Cologne Germany. My understanding was that all the flight crew except my Dad were killed.

Anyone having additional knowledge please contact me. At this point it is still pretty mint condition. I'm willing to bet my grandpa is in some of those pictures as well. He was on that same plane, shot down and hid for 6 months before being caught a mile from freedom and eventually brought to Stalag Luft.

Please contact me! I have tons of info about his escape, crash, helper lines and pics. Njlorch gmail. Of course he was in the 8th Air Force but not many photos of him in England. Most probably all that knew him are now gone. Just in case some one out there may have memorabilia from then. Only then did I understand how brave those men were. Very little room inside that aircraft. I knew a Lt. Stanley Hutchins who flew one. I know he retired to San Antonio and has since passed.

Anyone know anything about him? He was a big guy, about 6'3' and lived for a long time in Alexandria, Virginia. Front row L to R Sgt. Victor L. Ruthart, Lehigh, Ia. Walter J. Nagel, Chicago, Ill. Frederick W.

Meyers, Huntington Park, Calif. Ruel d. Michael J. Santianna, New Rochelle, N. Back row L to R Lt. Leonard G. Conly, Jenkintown, Pa. Frank S. Carter, Jr. Warren B. Hansen, Waterford, Wisc. Bryce H. Jones, Payson, Utah. Thank you in advance. Geoff Markuson says: 21 Feb PM my grandpa Harold heegard was a waiste gunner in the b17 over germsny does anybody know how to get the name of his plane? John Clevenger says: 4 May PM Did anybody know jess paul wisner co-pilot B bomber , they said collided with another B jan.

However, we have not adopted the Metric System of measurement so would you please at least include SAE numbers for those of us really interested in these facts and specs. Welcome to America! Were any B 17s lost there as part of Operation Dragoon?

Thanks, Don Miner. They helped us. They also are on line too. His crew members are as follows: 2nd Lt. Wesley C. Huckins - Pilot 2nd Lt. George W. Freas - Co Pilot 2nd Lt. John R. Mink - Navigator 2nd Lt. Thomas B. Burrell - Bombardier Sgt. Alan L. Reid - Engineer Sgt. Richard H. Kreckner- Radio Op Sgt. Daniel F. Kenneth P. Downie - Gunner Sgt. Earl W. Merritt - Gunner Sgt. Robert l. Davis - Gunner Any info is appreciated. I just recently found out he was my grandpa. Cant seem to find anything on the internet.

I remember seeing his ship here in ny when i was a kid. I think the ships name was the texas raiders.. I'd be interested if there are any reports on it or even the nickname of the b17 etc. I think the pilot was Finis Harris. Returning from a night leaflet-drop mission to Kassel, the plane struck a support wire for a radio mast which tore off the wing. The plane crashed near Daventry, England killing all 9 on board. Minton from King, Wisconsin. He was a B pilot stationed in Chelveston England with the 8th Air Force,th Bombardment Squadron, th Bombardment Group between the spring of 43'till the spring of 45'.

He and his crew managed to return to base with 2 motors damaged and the landing gear shot away, on that flight he had the rank of Captain.

He was severely wounded on the return flight and with 80 percent of the crew on the casualty list he was forced to ditch his aircraft in the English Channel where he was rescued by the British Air-Sea rescue Squadron He was a Major by this time but that would be his last flight. He spent months in the hospital recovering. I would love to receive any info no matter small.

God Bless all the souls who are willing to defend this great country. I am trying to put together a grouping of what patches he would have had, a set of wings and his medals if anyone can tell me what I need to be looking for? He mad it back with help from Resistance Fighters. Ray Ashba, of Michigan. He died at home of a heart attack at age 36 when my wife was only 13 yrs old.

Unfortunately, money couldn't be raised to save it, so it was scrapped. One ended up abandoned after mechanical difficulties. It was later reclaimed by the US. The other three served in Israel. Does anyone know what happened to the other three? Did they survive? If so where? They were returning from a daytime bombing mission to Kassel, not a night leaflet operation as the other contributer stated.

The plane had received lots of flak damage, and with no instruments, was lost in the fog and struggling to keep altitude before connecting with the stay. I have lots of paperwork and information on this, including crash reports.

The crash happened shortly after 3pm. The plane was very new, so hadn't acquired a nickname. Rebecca Saywell. I am happy to stand corrected. I tried to retrace my steps that led me to post that the mission was a night time leaflet drop but I cannot find that information again. My earlier source appears to have been updated as well which is good.

Anonymous says: 4 May PM Hi David, I expect it is because the nd spent some time on leaflet drop runs before resuming bombing missions.

My grandfather and crew had only been with this Bomb Group for two weeks before their crash. In April, grandad returned to Alconbury and did a few missions with a new crew, the Raymond E. Brim crew. They flew the very first Pathfinder mission and both crews flying the second Pathfinder mission received a teletype 'Congratulations' from Winston Churchill! The crew flew 18 missions together before the pilot and several others finished their tours.

Grandad stayed on. A few weeks later, Alconbury became a training base. Pathfinder crews were spread out to other Bomb Groups. Grandad's crew were kept at Alconbury. They transferred to the th on the 28th November One of the men in the crash had only been married a week. My grandfather was his Best Man. He had come back early from his Honeymoon as someone else was sick. Only one man bailed out of the plane. He later wrote an affidavit concerning the damaged state of the plane before he jumped.

The pilot had given all on-board the opportunity to bail as he felt he would not be able to land the plane safely. I have a piece of the aircraft sitting on my piano courtesy of Sywell Aviation Museum who excavated the crash site two summers ago. I'm trying to track down an image of my great uncle's plane and possibly an image of him and his crew.

His name was Reed T. Chism I have found the operations report from the 2nd Bomb Group but haven't found any images. All family heirlooms from the time period have been lost to flooding.

The back of the picture list the names of everyone in the picture. Would like to forward photos to this site but not sure how to attach scanned files. Randi Chenoweth-Coffman. Is name is Wendell Duck Chenoweth.

Any info would be greatly appreciated. U can email me at randichenoweth gmail. P: Thank You in advance. Meine Frau fing an. Sie hob ihre rote Plateausandalette an und trat mit dem Absatz in mein Hinterteil. Ich jaulte, zuckte umher und versuchte meinen Kopf zu heben. Dann zog meine Herrin den Absatz unsanft aus meinem Hintern und grinste:?

Insgesamt landete meine Ehedomina 3 schmerzhafte Volltreffer. Zweimal pikte sie mich mit ihrem Absatz in meine Arschbacke. Dann wechselten sie die Positionen. Dann zog sie ihn schmatzend wieder heraus.

Versuch 4 war wieder eine Niete. Meine Herrin trat mir gemein in mein geschundenes Hinterteil. Los Los! Der Pizzabote grinste und kassierte sein Geld. Ich brachte meinen Herrscherinnen ihr Mittagessen. Meine Schwiegermutter war auch schon bereit zu neuen Schandtaten.

Mit breitem Grinsen befahl sie mich zu ihr. Ihre dicken Ringe streiften durch mein Gesicht und taten noch extra weh. Sie schlug unbarmherzig 10 Mal zu, bis ich Sterne sah und ganz benommen war.

Sie war immer noch sauer, das Spiel verloren zu haben. Ihr schien das auch zu gefallen. Das brannte dann noch extra. So kniff ich beim Lecken die Beine zusammen und rutschte ungeduldig herum. Du verschwendest meine Zeit! Wenn Du was willst, geh zu meiner Mutter. Sie schien zu schlafen. Das glaub ich nicht! Meine Stilettos zeigen Dir gleich wo es lang geht. Zieh mir sofort meine Pumps an!!! Ich beeilte mich ihr die hochhackigen schwarzen Schuhe anzuziehen. Dabei verzog sie ihr Gesicht zu einer gemeinen Fratze.

Durch das Geschrei wurde auch meine Eheherrin wieder aktiv. Ich konnte ihre Feuchtigkeit erkennen. Bow, welche Erniedrigung! Doch genau das machte mich scharf. Das habe ich Dir nicht erlaubt! Wenn Du ungehorsam bist, pisse ich Dir in die Schnauze! Meine Herrscherin stand auf und ging um mich herum. Meine Herrin hob ein Bein und versuchte mit einem Absatz in mein Glied einzudringen. Aber ich stand ja darauf.

Schon traf mich ihre Reitgerte auf meinem Hinterteil, was ich sofort senkte. In Demutshaltung blieb ich neben der Liege meiner Herrin hocken. Meine strenge Ehedomina griff nun nach ihrem Glas und trank einen Schluck. Hopp, Hopp! Gestern habe ich ihn noch erleichtert. Das war dann auch gleich sein Abendessen. Aber jeden Tag bringe ich seinen mickrigen Pimmel zum Stehen und reize ihn bis auf's Blut.

Nur kriechend konnte er mir dienen. Dabei habe ich ihm immer zum Ansporn von hinten auf die dicken Eier getreten. Dann ging der ab wie eine Rakete. Ha, ha, ha …! So wird der Boden wenigstens nicht versaut. Klingt doch Klasse, was? Sie hatte die Brustwarzenkette mit den gezackten Klemmen geholt.

Das alleine tat schon gemein weh. Doch meine strenge Ehedomina setzte noch einen darauf. Die vier Schuhe zogen schwer an meiner Kette, die an meinen Brustwarzen befestigt war. Es brannte schon ziemlich. Die High Heels meiner Dominas zogen an der Brustwarzenkette, die an meinen mittlerweile tauben Brustwarzen hing.

Mit zunehmender Zeit wurde meine Situation immer unangenehmer. Wenn doch kriegst Du eine Strafe an die Du noch lange denkst. Streck die Hand aus! Ich drehte die Hand und harrte der Dinge die da kamen. Instinktiv leckte ich die kalte Asche ab und hielt ihr wieder meine saubere Hand entgegen. Ha Ha! Ich verrichtete meinen niederen Aschenbecherleckdienst und ahnte nichts Gutes. Mir wurde schwarz vor Augen wegen der Schmerzen.

Meine Herrin zog sich wieder ihre Plateausandaletten an und begann auf mich einzutreten. Unter weiteren Tritten holte ich ihr die Stilettopumps und stellte diese vor ihre Liege. Meine Frau ging inzwischen ins Haus. Mal sehen was Dich so alles geil macht…. Ich lutschte intensiv an ihren Zehen und mein Schwanz versteifte sich. Ihre Zehen streichelten meine Hoden und ihr Spann strich sanft meinen Schaft entlang. Na warte… Schwanz sofort runter! Sie begann mit ihrer flachen Hand brutal auf meine Eichelspitze zu schlagen.

Da war ich doch froh bei meiner strengen Ehedomina zu sein. Oje, wie konnte ich dabei keinen Steifen kriegen?

Behutsam begann ich ihre dicken Nippel zu liebkosen. Sie zog sich dabei wieder ihre Pumps an. Das schien sie nicht zufrieden zu stellen.

Ihre spitzen Stilettos fingen an meine Genitalien zu streicheln. Sie nahm meinen harten Schwanz zwischen ihre Schuhsohlen und fing an mich zu melken. Da erschien meine Frau wieder im Garten. Das ist ja unglaublich! Wer hat dem eigentlich Benehmen beigebracht? So eine Teufelin! Ich hatte keine Chance. Hi hi, das hast Du mir zu verdanken. Ist doch nett von mir, gelle? Jetzt waren sie ein leichtes Ziel. Das Abbinden tat schon gemein weh, doch das war nur das Vorspiel.

Wozu habe ich denn einen Sklaven? Zur Belohnung landete dieser gleich in meinem Gesicht. Schon klatschte der Holzlatschen auf meine Eier und in meinem Kopf zuckten Blitze. Gehorsam sagte ich meinen Spruch auf. Bei jedem Schlag winselte und jaulte ich nun lauter. Sie hatte jetzt keine Lust mehr und holte aus zum Finalschlag.

Meine Peinigerin blickte mich herablassend an und steckte mir dann den Holzlatschen in den Mund. Dann gehen wir uns abduschen und frisch machen.

Den Sklaven lassen wir hier erst mal liegen. Dann ging sie zu ihrer Tochter und beide schlenderten Arm in Arm auf das Haus zu. Der braucht mehr Respekt vor Dir. Ein Blick von Dir sollte reichen um ihn zum Schlottern zu bringen. Meine abgebundenen und geschwollenen Eier schmerzten sehr. Ich war froh mich etwas von der Folter zu erholen.

Mit meiner Ruhe war es vorbei. Ab jetzt wird wieder pariert. Hol mir meine Schuhe! Sie hatte so viele und ich kannte alle genau. Jeden Absatz hatte ich schon im Mund. Ihre Schuhe waren immer blitzblank, denn ich liebte meine Aufgabe als Schuhsklave.

Sie bewegte ihre Zehen in den Schuhe und trat mir dann ohne Vorwarnung hart ins Gesicht. Auf Knien rutschte ich mit schmerzenden Hoden dorthin. Ich spreizte meine Beine und bot ihr meine hervorquellenden Hoden dar. Ich will auch brav sein. Was meinst Du wie kreativ ich da werden kann. Da kannst Du sich schon mal drauf freuen. Einmal die Woche gibt's ab heute eine richtige Abreibung. Da heute Samstag ist, bist Du vielleicht Montag wieder dran.

Ich schluchzte und jaulte vor mich hin. Schnell kam ich ihrem Befehl nach und hastete mit den falschen Schuhen zum Schuhschrank. Sie bearbeitete jeden Finger als wollte sie eine Zigarette austreten. Immer wieder drehte und quetschte sie meine Finger unter ihren Sohlen.

Bring mir meine Dominastiefel. So war ich gezwungen die Pantoletten mit dem Mund wegzubringen. Ein Tritt mit der Spitze hatte immer fatale Folgen. Damit hatte sie mich schon einige Male zugeritten, wie sie es immer nannte. Das waren eigentlich keine Schuhe sondern Waffen. Dann sah sie mich auffordernd an. Hoffentlich hast Du nicht soviel Durst, denn was anderes bekommst Du heute nicht mehr zu trinken. Ha ha, ha, ha….

Aber sie sahen auch himmlisch aus. Ihre Spucke lief den Stiefelschaft entlang. Dann trete ich Dir mit den Stiefelspitzen in die Eier bis sie platzen! Vorsichtig leckte ich ihre Spucke vom Stiefel bis der wieder sauber war. Ihre Sporen rissen mir die Haut der Oberschenkel auf und sie dirigierte mich gnadenlos durch das Haus. Ich kann Dir aber auch die Sporen bis auf die Knochen durchtreten! Hier erwartete uns schon meine Schwiegermutter. Das reichte ihr wohl aber nicht.

Der will meine Zehen nicht in den Mund nehmen. Ihre schweren Stiefel klirrten auf dem Fliesenboden. Die beiden wollten wohl ausgehen. Sofort stellte sie ihre schweren Stiefel auf meinem Gesicht ab. Panik stieg in mir hoch, ich jammerte und japste nach Luft wie ein Fisch. Dann fing ich an zu husten und bekam fast gar keine Luft mehr. Es ist noch genug da. Mit brennender Nase kroch ich gebrochen ins Badezimmer und wusch mein Gesicht. Ich betrachtete mich im Spiegel und erschrak vor mir selbst wie tief ich gesunken war.

Dem trete ich alles kaputt! Was hab ich denn davon, wenn ich den Idioten kaputt trete? Wenn ich diese Stiefel trage, ist mein Sklavenschwein besonders vorsichtig.

Herrin sein ist wirklich klasse. Meine Schwiegerdomina brummte etwas vor sich her. Dann schlich ich zum Schlafzimmer um meine weiteren Dienste anzubieten. Dort probierten meine Peinigerinnen gerade Klamotten an.

Wer hat Dir erlaubt uns hier nackt zu begaffen? Das hast Du nicht verdient. Das einzige was nicht abgedeckt war, war der Mund. Mit der Zunge hatte ich Bewegungsfreiheit. Unbehaglich harrte ich der Dinge, die da auf mich zukommen sollten. Sie zogen sich wohl gerade an und unterhielten sich angeregt. Mir war nicht zum Lachen zumute. Sie hatten wohl etwas geplant. Wir treten gleich in Dich rein. Na das waren Aussichten. Ich konnte nur auf die Chance hoffen. Das brutale Spiel ging weiter.

Bei den letzten Tritten konnte ich nicht einmal mehr hervorbringen wer es gewesen sein sollte. Die mit Abstand meisten Tritte hatte ich falsch geraten. Jetzt gibt es eine saftige Strafe. Ich versuchte laut zu schreien. Die Idee kam bestimmt von ihr. Ich konnte diese Bestrafung gar nicht glauben. Meine Frau kannte doch meine panische Angst vor Spritzen und jetzt tat sie mir so was an. Immer wieder trieben sie gemeinerweise Nadeln durch meine empfindlichen Brustwarzen.

Es war nicht zum Aushalten. Ich kam mir wie der letzte Dreck vor. Kann man noch tiefer sinken, fragte ich mich in meinem Schmerzwahn. Direkt hatte ich wieder furchtbare Schmerzen zu ertragen. Jetzt komm mit, Deine Eheherrin verlangt nach Deinen Diensten. Sie hatte sich schon sexy angezogen, trug aber immer noch ihre Dominastiefel.

Sofort kam ich diesem Befehl nach. Es schmeckte grauenhaft. Sie sah wirklich rattenscharf aus. Meine Schwiegermutter hatte sich ebenfalls herausgeputzt. Ohne Vorwarnung fing meine Ehedomina an mir schnell die Nadeln aus den geschwollenen Brustwarzen zu ziehen. Vielleicht finde ich ja einen Mann, der es mir heute Nacht mal so richtig besorgt.

Ich bin schon megageil. Es tat jetzt ziemlich weh. Ich schaute auf die Uhr, es war schon 2 Uhr morgens. Immer noch war Ruhe. Ich fand sie in einer Schublade meiner Herrin, wo sie die Folterinstrumente aufbewahrte. Sie hatte ein ganzes Sammelsurium an brutalem Werkzeug. Meistens war sie aber zu faul sich die Sachen bereit zu legen, lieber drosch sie mit allem was sie in die Finger bekam auf mich ein.

Gespannt schaute ich wer ausstieg. Zu meinem Entsetzen war es nur meine strenge Ehedomina. Sie torkelte allein auf das Haus zu. Au weia sie war ziemlich betrunken, dann war sie immer besonders hemmungslos und sadistisch. Ich will Dich bluten sehen. Kannst Du nicht richtig spuren? Ich war ihrer sadistischen Lust hoffnungslos ausgeliefert.

Dir bring ich Manieren bei. Wenn Du nicht parierst, schlage ich Dich tot. Ich hatte sowieso keine Wahl. Auf einmal warf sie die Peitsche weg. Sie hatte wohl keine Lust mehr. Sie blieb wankend im Zimmer stehen. Sie traf mich halb im Mund, der Rest verteilte sich in meiner Visage. Nach einem zweiten Schwall war es vorbei. Ich rutschte hinter ihr her in die Toilette.

Meine strenge Ehedomina verschwand und machte sich bettfertig. Sofort hing sie die Sandalette an meinen Pimmel. Es kam mir ewig vor bis meine Eheherrin schlaftrunken und verkatert die Toilette betrat.

Sie blinzelte mich fragend an. Ich stand mit zitternden Beinen und steifem Schwanz in der Ecke. Hab ich Dich gestern Nacht so zugerichtet? Meine ganze Angst war umsonst gewesen. Beweg Dich! Ich zog vor Schmerzen die Luft zischend ein. Als ich alles fertig hatte, kam mir noch eine Idee.

Um sie zu beeindrucken, holte ich aus dem Garten eine langstielige rote Rose und stellte sie in einer langen Vase auf das Tablett. Ich wollte ihr meine Verehrung zeigen.

Es stimmte ja immer noch. Ich war einfach da und hatte zu dienen. Mit festem Blick schaute sie mich nun zum ersten Mal an. Dabei schimpfte sie mich aus. Ich bestimme alles was Du machst! Du kannst Dein Gehirn ausschalten! Hier wird nur nach meinen Befehlen gelebt! Das ist Deine einzige Daseinsberechtigung! Endlich hatte sie ein Einsehen und stand auf.

Heimlich schnupperte ich an ihrem Slip, der herrlich nach ihrer Liebesgrotte roch. Meine strenge Ehedomina stand sexy zurechtgemacht im Wohnzimmerbereich, wo immer noch deutliche Spuren ihres Erbrochen den Fliesenboden verunreinigten.

Es war alles verkrustet und stank. Leck die getrocknete Kotze Deiner Herrin auf! Doch dazu blieb mir in ihrem Alkoholwahn keine Zeit. Das interessierte sie jetzt aber nicht. Dann hob sie ab. Tun Sie mir das nicht an, strenge Herrin!!! Na warte! Jetzt gebe ich Dich erst recht zu meiner Mutter.

He mad it back with help from Resistance Fighters. Ray Ashba, of Michigan. He died at home of a heart attack at age 36 when my wife was only 13 yrs old. Unfortunately, money couldn't be raised to save it, so it was scrapped. One ended up abandoned after mechanical difficulties.

It was later reclaimed by the US. The other three served in Israel. Does anyone know what happened to the other three? Did they survive? If so where? They were returning from a daytime bombing mission to Kassel, not a night leaflet operation as the other contributer stated.

The plane had received lots of flak damage, and with no instruments, was lost in the fog and struggling to keep altitude before connecting with the stay. I have lots of paperwork and information on this, including crash reports. The crash happened shortly after 3pm. The plane was very new, so hadn't acquired a nickname. Rebecca Saywell. I am happy to stand corrected.

I tried to retrace my steps that led me to post that the mission was a night time leaflet drop but I cannot find that information again. My earlier source appears to have been updated as well which is good. Anonymous says: 4 May PM Hi David, I expect it is because the nd spent some time on leaflet drop runs before resuming bombing missions. My grandfather and crew had only been with this Bomb Group for two weeks before their crash.

In April, grandad returned to Alconbury and did a few missions with a new crew, the Raymond E. Brim crew. They flew the very first Pathfinder mission and both crews flying the second Pathfinder mission received a teletype 'Congratulations' from Winston Churchill!

The crew flew 18 missions together before the pilot and several others finished their tours. Grandad stayed on. A few weeks later, Alconbury became a training base. Pathfinder crews were spread out to other Bomb Groups.

Grandad's crew were kept at Alconbury. They transferred to the th on the 28th November One of the men in the crash had only been married a week. My grandfather was his Best Man. He had come back early from his Honeymoon as someone else was sick. Only one man bailed out of the plane. He later wrote an affidavit concerning the damaged state of the plane before he jumped. The pilot had given all on-board the opportunity to bail as he felt he would not be able to land the plane safely.

I have a piece of the aircraft sitting on my piano courtesy of Sywell Aviation Museum who excavated the crash site two summers ago. I'm trying to track down an image of my great uncle's plane and possibly an image of him and his crew. His name was Reed T. Chism I have found the operations report from the 2nd Bomb Group but haven't found any images.

All family heirlooms from the time period have been lost to flooding. The back of the picture list the names of everyone in the picture. Would like to forward photos to this site but not sure how to attach scanned files. Randi Chenoweth-Coffman. Is name is Wendell Duck Chenoweth. Any info would be greatly appreciated. U can email me at randichenoweth gmail. P: Thank You in advance.

Pilot Joseph Leon Patrick, 7 survivors. There was one survivor, who was he? Louis, MO One person. Henry L. His name was in dad's service album. This is not the final word on that but that is what I found. This plane was shot down by German fighters on a raid to Kiel, Germany on 13 Jun where one-third of the bombers were lost.

There were two survivors who were both taken prisoner and returned to the United States after the war. Anonymous says: 26 Jul PM Does anyone know how many people were killed by b bombers?

I believe he may have links to the th bomb group and I know he spent time as an instructor with the 11th Combat Crew Replacement Centre at Bovingdon in early thanks to a magazine article.

Any help greatly appreciated. Jim H says: 24 Aug PM I have been trying to find the name of my grandfathers plane or better yet a picture. Unfortunately the plane was shot down and my grandfather did not survive so my family has very little information.

Louis Woman. If interested, contact me. I recently worked with a B17 pilot named Bill Oliver He is now 95 years old and upon showing me a picture of him and his crew, asked if there was any way he could find out if any were still with us.. It shows a B in flight tail number no other distinguishing marks or lettering. Is there anyway to see if this was his actual plane or just one he held for all these years because it was a B David Stubblebine says: 18 Sep PM Matt: BF was a training aircraft that never left the United States and did most of its service at Amarillo Field in Texas, which was one of the principal bomber training bases.

It was sold for scrap in Oct Her number was The plane was nsmed the "Tough Tiddy" - anyone have any info? Is there a list of B pilots somewhere? I couldn't find anything with this tail number on the internet. Can anybody assist with this tail number identification? Squadron, aircraft status, etc. Thank you! This aircraft crashed on take-off at Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides due to mechanical failure, 2 Aug The pilot during the crash was Gene Roddenberry, creator of Star Trek.

Pritz says: 16 Nov PM Can you give me information on my dad's plane? I believe it was a BG, 2nd Bomb Group, tail number I would like to know what happened to it. Also, how can I find the squadron number? He flew this plane from September to March of out of Foggia, Italy. The bomber returned to the US on 8 Jul and scrapped 22 Nov It's I believe he was in the 2nd bomb group, 20th squadron. Billy Singleton says: 24 Nov PM I am trying to locate information on a production B that was built in Regretfully, the only information I have is a newspaper clipping in a local newspaper.

Any suggestions how I might be able to track and obtain information On this aircraft is appreciated. Any info, Bomb group,etc. Nose number I don't have a tail number or aircraft nickname. It was shot down May 8, over Germany. The plane nicknamed "Shy Ann". MACR His plane took on flak and was damaged enough for the commander to give the order to abandon ship.

One tail gunner jumped and got his chute caught on the tail and upon seeing him bouncing back and forth slamming against the plane the other gunners refused to jump and went down with the plane. He was born and raised in Knoxville, Tennessee. Would like to hear from others who may have known these gentlemen. Rescued by the Chetniks. One of "The Forgotten ".

I am searching for his squadron number, crew member names, and aircraft name. Peterborough England. I am interested in finding out about his crew members and missions. Can anyone shed any light on this plane?

As I said we found a wreath with an 'RIP Never Forgotten' message by the roadside near the village of Hareby, Lincolnshire put there by a local resident and we were intrigued as the history.

I followed up your link and am very grateful for the information. One of the crew members was Tec Sgt Lawrence A. Koon, which grave i've adopted.

Thanks in advance!! Thomas Jones says: 19 Apr AM I'm looking for information on my uncle who passed away many years ago. Any information would be greatly appreciated. On the fuselage are the letters: XK On the top of the tail:G In the middle of the tail: On the bottom of the tail: D or rectangle looking like a D. Appreciate any help. My uncle was navigator. His son has posted much info, I am trying to help find old photos. So it would seem the aircraft in your photo was transferred out of the st at some point.

This aircraft survived the war scrapped or sold as surplus in June I'm trying to find out who he flew with and the base he was assigned to. Any information will be appreciated. I could find no crew lists for them, however. Anthony spector says: 13 May PM My uncle died bailout on 30 dec retuning to England. Buddy spector from Philly. Does anyone know. I am Anthony Spector currently in Harrisburg, pa. Call me if you know others in bomb group or talk. This is the same as the tail number painted on the tail except that all B serial numbers started with a 4 and all tail numbers omitted that 4.

Sometimes an aircraft can be traced through its name but this is far more problematic. Armed with the serial number, Dave Osborne has put together a B Master Log that is a truly remarkable work and will list the disposition of the aircraft.

If you do not have the serial number, getting it may require scouring the squadron records, which are not all online and not centralized except as paper pages at the National Archives. Also, the idea of 'his' airplane is misleading. Crews stuck together and were usually identified by the pilot's name but there were more crews than aircraft so they flew in different airplanes every flight. Crews often had a favorite or primary airplane but there were frequent assignments to different planes.

Michael Wehr says: 10 Jul AM Can anyone tell me what happened to the b17 called "the bouncing baby" that my grandfather was the tail gunner on in wwii. Did skip bombing in Battle of Bismark. Gabriel says: 23 Jul AM Can anyone tell me, how many rivets were used, in a B's structure?? He passed away this week and though I have some information I am looking for more on a B17 named Miss America. If anyone can assist it would be greatly appreciated. His name was Robert E Crane.

That was BG I have no combat records for this aircraft but the th BG was the longest serving B group in Britain during the war and saw lots of action. Broke in half.

Does anyone have info. Believe I saw him in online photo of Delta Rebel No. Do you have add'l info on him? Although the airfield closed in the early s a local preservation group has restored the control tower and established a Bomb Group Memorial Museum which opened in The museum and the site of the airfield is best gained from the A12 past Wickham Market; turning off to Marlesford, then following the museum signs.

How would I go about finding its 'name'. Its number was Best Regards Sue. This aircraft had no name. Monte says: 9 Oct AM Wanted to know how to go about finding info on a B that was shot down over Germany? Wife's grandfather was a POW and her dad said they named the plane the Sylvia. His records are not available as they were destroyed in a fire in He told me the number of his unit one time, but I don't remember it exactly. The aircraft had the name "Cornhusker" on the side, as the pilot was from Nebraska.

I want to visit the area when I am in England next year. Is there a way to find out more? I have seen a photo and may be able to lay my hands on it - my father and some people from the nearby village in front of their house. Drew E. The plane ditched off the coast of France on its first mission and my father, Wilbur E Volz, managed to escape with two other crew members and fought with the French underground until returned to England in Sep Anonymous says: 2 Nov AM my dad flew 35 missions with the 5 grand - at the end of the war - it ended when he was on his way home.

He flew 53 missions. I'm looking for any information on the plane he flew in. Graminsky says: 28 Nov PM Looking to see what happened to my father. He was in one of the bombers in Shot down over Germany on 4 April Great-uncle was copilot. Email msedes18 gmail. Craig smith says: 23 Dec PM I'm looking for information on B17 "hells angels ii" from the rd BG that collided with another B I've found a picture of the crew and been told by someone that I look a bit like one of them.

I'm hoping to have someone tell me who each guy is in the photo in question. This was the areiel mapping of Europe, some N Africa, some Scandinavia and some islands.

Is there anybody out there that was part of the actual flying and photographing with this Project? Or at least has a good knowledge of the day to day events? Are there recorded missions, where they were assigned, who were the crew members on that mission. What was the number and name of the aircraft? My father told me that on two of his missions, they ran out of gas. Had to bailout on one of them. Had to ditch in the Mediterranean the other. Are there records of events like this somewhere?

It lasted from around June thru Oct I am writing a fictional story about this Project and would like to incorporate some general facts and knowledge. Again any information, no matter how small is important. Thank you, Doc. Bunny says: 28 Jan AM My father, Ralph Garson, was a navigator in the th bomb group, squadron out of Northumstead. Read the MACR report and visited some general websites and seeking any additional information.

Anonymous says: 1 Feb PM wow. Any and all information is greatly appreciated. Plane naming customs were pretty loose and names were often unrecorded. To learn more about the plane, more starting information is required, like aircraft serial number, tail number same thing, really , squadron or group number, or where stationed. Crews did not always fly the same planes either but usually flew with the same crew which were identified by pilot name so knowing that would be a good clue too.

It would also be worth it to request a copy of his service record from the National Archives. I believe he was in Col. Thank you for any and all info I can get. He was in the 5th Air Force 65th squadron 43rd bomb group. I have a picture of him and his crew but am unable to find any information. I think they flew missions out of New Guinea maybe? My grandfather is 95 and his health is failing.

No survivors or the plane were ever found from my understanding. Erik says: 28 May PM looking for any information on tail b flown by george F Wilson over france July 8 The plane was lost on a raid to bomb V-1 launch sites. All crew members bailed out and survived, except Lt Wilson who was killed outright by a direct flak hit and went down with the aircraft.

There were nine crew members listed. Three POW's which included my father in law Sgt. I could find the name of the unlisted crewman. I want recognize him with his crew. Any help is appreciated.

David Stubblebine says: 29 Jun PM Richard above : For reasons stated in my separate email to you, I believe it is FAR more likely this aircraft had a 9-man crew than it is that a whole person was overlooked in the records. Saw him also Republic Airport with plane. How can I find out which one he flee on?

I have a copy of his DD Barb says: 4 Sep PM My uncle was a top turret gunner on the Esky and also on the Bouncing Belle which went down on his third mission. Both were B17 bombers. How can I find if those 2 planes have possibly been preserved anywhere? He spent apx. Where the prison camps that the B flyers taken in Poland. Possibly because of repairs and maintenance.

My father was a navigator with the 99th Bomb Group tg Squadron. He completed 35 missions in all as a navigator. I find pictures of the Piccadilly Lily II but not the original. He passed away in and the squadron picture was lost.

I am trying to find a squadron picture that I remember seeing when I was a child. Also, my research says he was in the rd Bomb Group, th Bomb Squadron. Hoping someone can help please. He was a B gunner and was shot down over Bari, Italy, on his 25th mission. Thank You, Louis. His first plane was Piccadilly Circus B He flew other planes and this one was shot down later in the war.

He flew his 50 missions and went home. Just looking for more information on him and his group, He was on the Schweinfurt raids. He died in July of His name was Merle Bande and he was a waist gunner on a b17 flying fortress Not sure but I think the aircraft's name was Devils mate and he was stationed in England Can anyone help me find our more?

Any records of his service would be greatly appreciated. My family knows very little about his military career, as he died very young. He flew over 13 missions over Germany. Can anyone help me locate information about him? Will supply photos. To be used for documentary. I am trying find any information about the B17 or any existing photos of the B17 or any crew members.

Anonymous says: 11 Apr AM Anyone carrying out research on the 8th AAF operating out of England in WW2 will most likely find what they are looking for if they visit americanairmuseum. He completed 25 missions. Sam Sugg over Europe navigator "code red". Mark A Williams says: 4 Jun PM could anyone help me with information on the 96 bomb group h.

Any photos? It was received at Bury St Edmunds 9 Jul and was declared war weary 31 May and salvaged meaning it was stripped for parts and scrapped. This helps a lot. Is there any resource that can provide info on how many missions that specific B flew? And, if that plane had a name Anonymous says: 24 Jun PM Looking for some information on a b17 f called axis nightmare.

David Stubblebine says: 25 Jun PM Anonymous above : Going on nothing but an aircraft name can be a tough search since the naming of aircraft was a pretty casual affair. Names changed often and often went unrecorded. There was also a BD with this name that was lost over China in Feb But I could not find a record of a B with this name.

Adelmann, a B Ball turret gunner with the rd Bombardment Group, rd airlift sqadron. I have a crew picture that shows on the side of the aircraft. How can I find more information on the plane and it's crew? I remember him telling me stories of the service. I have one of the scarves that my father had mad out of his parachute when he was ready to leave the service. I am trying to find out exactly what plane he flew in. I think he was a bottom turret gunner. Stephen Ernest Trivoli. Please advise.

Garth says: 18 Jan PM My uncle my mother's brother , was on a bomber crew that was shot down in China. His name was O'Neil Linford. His remains were later returned to Idaho for burial. Any information on his squadron or his specific missions for my family history would be appreciated. Metzger, co-pilot, was it the Lade Janet or the Lady Jeanette. He avoided hitting a village in Germany and was given the CMoH Most appreciated. Any information about the crew, the airplane or nose art would be appreciated.

Thanks, Pat He says he flew 30 missions over Europe. Would appreciate any info. His friend Ron VN vet. His plane's tail was , but no plane name. He flew 11 missions over Europe. His name was Sherman Fayne Frakes. Is there a places to get more info, i.

David says: 1 May AM Dear Sir, I am writing to you for two questions, the first concerns the bombing of March 4, in Europe on the city of Berlin, The second concerns the self-help research groups or individuals who can help me in your archives. I'm looking for a group of B that have turned around over Germany and taken over the direction of England. In these planes I am looking for a group of aircraft between 7 and 10 loaded with lbs bombs and another group loading with incendiary bombs.

Its planes dropped their bombs between Namur and Charleroi in Belgium between pm and pm. UK time. This bombing was not a target of opportunity, but to lighten the planes due to snow and ice due to bad weather. I am looking for any information and after report concerning this bombing in Belgium Do you have volunteer teams or historian groups or CAP or Military yonger soldier who could do the research for me.

Having resumed studies in Montreal, I cannot get around easily. Especially since with the Covid everything is postponed. Thank you so much. Matte, my grandpa, has pics of B17 called Reel McCoy. I cant find any records.

Please help. Tim ringor says: 17 May AM I'm trying to find out about my grandfather who was a B bomber pilot stationed in England from to He was also part of the Berlin airlift. Just trying to find out his tail number and the name of the plane he flew. I know he flew over 25 missions while he was there. His name was everitte Riggs. David Stubblebine says: 28 Jun PM Patt Bilow above : I was able to find very little more than what is in the article you cited.

The aircraft was a BF with serial There was an accident report filed but I cannot access it. Besides this, the rest of the records I could find offer fewer details than the article. No other info available. Literally asking for a friend. His name was Roy Dierickx. He began combat flying in June of Any information would be dearly appreciated. Graham - co-pilot. I have several pictures of him from the war with several b17s in the photo.

Can anyone provide or direct me to information on my grandfather. B 17 planes that my dad Harry s. Brown turret gunner flew in. Du weichst sie mit Deiner Schnauze auf und knabberst sie vorsichtig ab. Also nahm ich ihre Zehe in den Mund und saugte vorsichtig daran um die Haut aufzuweichen.

Zufrieden besah sich meine Frau das Ergebnis. Meine Beinmuskeln brauchen noch Training, damit ich Dir noch fester in die Eier treten kann. Such mir meine Sachen zusammen und pack mir die Tasche!

Wehe Dir es fehlt was, dann peitsche ich Dich durch den Garten. Wenn morgen noch ihre Mutter dazu kommt, steht mir etwas bevor. Zusammen sind die beiden das perfekte Herrinnenduo. Schlaftrunken erhob ich mich und sah meine Frau an. Ich habe sie extra schon eine ganze Zeit angehabt. Na, hast Du jetzt einen besseren Geschmack in Deiner Sklavenschnauze? Mit spitzen Fingern stopfte mir nun meine Frau ihre nassen und stinkenden Socken in den Mund.

Kannst Du kriegen…! Sie holte noch Handschellen und zwei Brustwarzenklemmen. Meine Schwiegermutter konnte wirklich hart und gemein sein. Von ihr konnte sogar noch meine Frau etwas lernen. Irgendwann schlief ich benebelt unter Schmerzen ein. Endlich konnte ich wieder frei atmen. Sie schlief noch tief und fest. Meine Zuchtmeisterin kam langsam zu sich und bewegte leicht ihre Zehen. Ihr Sklavenschwein meldet sich zu Diensten.

Ich kam ihrem Befehl nach und dann trat sie mir mit einem gemeinen Tritt eine Brustwarzenklammer ab. Ich schrie laut vor Schmerzen. Hol den Rohrstock — schnell! Es gefiel ihr sichtbar. Mehr gestand mir meine Herrin nicht zu. Ich kannte meine Herrscherin fast gar nicht mehr ohne hohe Hacken.

Wenn ich dann zuckte um Luft zu kriegen, trat sie mir hart in die Eier. Vor lauter Angst konnte ich noch nicht einmal geil werden. Hast wohl keinen Hunger? So ging das eine Weile weiter, bis es meiner Ehedomina zu langweilig wurde.

Langsam tauchte sie ihre Zehen in den Haferschleim und sie verzog dabei das Gesicht. Mit meinem verdreckten Gesicht hatte ich ihr dann als Aschenbecher zu dienen. Und jetzt raus mit Dir in den Garten. Teil 3. Wenn Mutter und Tochter zusammen waren, schaukelten sie sich gegenseitig zu neuen Boshaftigkeiten hoch.

Der Haferschleimrest und der Speichel meiner geliebten Herrin waren in der Zwischenzeit in der Sonne getrocknet und bildeten eine Kruste auf meinem Gesicht. Stock ein Fenster auf und der Kopf meiner Domina erschien. Du bist doch hier nicht im Urlaub! Ihre langen schwarzen Haare hatte sie bei dem warmen Wetter hochgesteckt und sie war dezent geschminkt. Ich harrte der Dinge die da kamen. Meine Herrin beachtete mich erst einmal gar nicht und rauchte in Ruhe eine Zigarette.

Wieder einmal demonstrierte sie mir wer die Macht hatte. Dabei werde ich hart und streng zu Dir sein. Auf der anderen Seite hast Du nur einen Steifen zu bekommen, wenn ich es Dir erlaube. Meine Aufgabe besteht nur darin Ihnen Freude zu bereiten. Ich werde Dich jetzt erst mal abspritzen. Stell Dich auf den Rasen. Meine Herrscherin stolzierte in den Schuppen um den Gartenschlauch zu holen. Unbarmherzig spritzte mir meine Herrin das Gesicht sauber. Sie erheiterte sich daran, wie meine Hoden hin und her tanzten.

Ihren Absatz bohrte sie hart in meine Wange. Auf diese Weise konnte ich mich auch ein wenig ausruhen und neue Kraft tanken. Als ich trocken war, kroch ich auf Knien ins Haus und suchte meine Herrin. Na, genug ausgeruht?! Devot nahm ich ihren Absatz in den Mund und lutschte was das Zeug hielt. Na warte. Ich hatte Dir befohlen meiner Mutter Respekt zu zollen.

Was machst du? Beleidigst sie mit Deinem Gejammer. Willst Du mich schon wieder reizen. Ich kann Dir auch die Haut vom Leib peitschen, wenn Du nicht parierst!

Ohne harte Hand erreichst Du nichts; hab ich Dir doch schon immer gesagt. Sofort klatschte ihre Hand schmerzhaft in mein Gesicht.

Da meine Schwiegermutter an ihren Fingern immer viele und dicke Ringe trug, waren ihre Ohrfeigen besonders schmerzhaft. Hol uns was zu trinken, am besten eine Flasche Sekt. Mittendrin holte meine Schwiegermutter aus und trat mir brutal mit ihrer Ferse auf meine Nase.

Sie schwoll direkt sichtbar an. Sie suchte nur nach einem nichtigen Grund um mich fertig zu machen. Ob es gerechtfertigt war spielte keine Rolle. Der hat jetzt schon Angst. Ist Dir etwa kalt mitten im Hochsommer? Es half nichts. So bot ich meine Eier ihrer Schuhfolter dar. Doch statt feste zuzutreten, setzte sie nur leicht die Sohle auf meine Hoden und rollte sie unter ihrer Sohle.

Da wir Dich heute noch brauchen werde ich erst einmal davon absehen. Aber aufgeschoben ist nicht aufgehoben. Ich hastete auf Knien zu ihr um auch ihr den Dienst zu erweisen.

Jetzt hatte ich ihr gemeines Spiel durchschaut. Unter Beschimpfungen hetzten sie mich hin und her. Als sie aufgeraucht hatten und ich ihre Kippen heruntergeschluckt hatte, war es meine Frau die Lust auf ein neues Spiel hatte.

Vorsichtshalber nahm ich ihn direkt in den Mund, um Strafen zu vermeiden. Zack, wieder hatte meine Herrin ihn weggeschleudert und ich war gefordert. Die gleiche Prozedur wiederholte sich einige Male.

Meine Schwiegermutter betrachtete sich das ganze Schauspiel interessiert. Schau Dir das an. Ich ahnte was mich erwartete. Dann fing sie an ihre Schuhspitzen in meinen Magen zu rammen.

Am besten wir nennen ihn Romika. Meiner Schwiegermutter fiel in der Zwischenzeit etwas ein. Es wird mir eine Ehre sein, dieses Halsband zu tragen. Sie legte mir das Halsband um und zog es stramm. Wenn der Hund dann immer noch nicht reagiert, springen diese Metallklammern hervor und graben sich tief in den Hals. So blieb die Leine locker und es passierte nichts.

Nach Luft japsend ging ich unter starken Schmerzen zu Boden. Los, leck sie sauber. Dann hast Du ihn immer gut unter Kontrolle. Gib ihn mir ein Wochenende. Dann hat er zwar ein paar bleibende Merkmale, aber sein Wille ist gebrochen. Dabei zuckte ich merklich zusammen und wand mich von meiner Herrin ab. Bei jeder Kleinigkeit zuckt er winselnd in der Gegend herum. Das wurde jetzt schmerzhaft. Machst Du schon wieder schlapp? Ihre lackierten Zehen bohrten sich tief in das weiche Fleisch.

Auf meiner Zunge bildeten sich Risse und Striemen. Ich dachte sie wollte mir die Augen in den Kopf treten. Ich ertrug diese ganze Pein ohne einen Laut. Ist doch schon mal ein Anfang. Du bist zu weich. Hast Du Deinen Bikini mitgebracht? So werde ich fast nahtlos braun. Sollte Deine Sklavenkreatur bei meinem sexy Anblick einen Steifen kriegen, trete ich ihm die Eier platt.

Mein Gesicht tat mir weh. Nennst Du das vorbereitet? Die beiden waren wirklich als Dominas perfekt aufeinander eingespielt. Ich hatte keine Chance auf Milderung, wenn sie sich gegenseitig anspornten. Sie setzten sich beide auf ihre Liegen und beobachteten mich streng. Ich flitzte zu ihren High Heels und stellte sie wieder hin. Dann sprang ich zu ihrer Mutter und erledigte den gleichen Dienst. Ich tat wie befohlen und sah daraufhin meine Ehedomina flehentlich an.

Du erdreistest Dich doch nicht etwa Forderungen zu stellen, oder? Schon den Geruch fand ich widerlich. Wenn er ganz eindrang, bekam sie einen Punkt. Meine Frau fing an. Sie hob ihre rote Plateausandalette an und trat mit dem Absatz in mein Hinterteil. Ich jaulte, zuckte umher und versuchte meinen Kopf zu heben.

Dann zog meine Herrin den Absatz unsanft aus meinem Hintern und grinste:? Insgesamt landete meine Ehedomina 3 schmerzhafte Volltreffer. Zweimal pikte sie mich mit ihrem Absatz in meine Arschbacke. Dann wechselten sie die Positionen. Dann zog sie ihn schmatzend wieder heraus. Versuch 4 war wieder eine Niete.

Meine Herrin trat mir gemein in mein geschundenes Hinterteil. Los Los! Der Pizzabote grinste und kassierte sein Geld. Ich brachte meinen Herrscherinnen ihr Mittagessen. Meine Schwiegermutter war auch schon bereit zu neuen Schandtaten.

Mit breitem Grinsen befahl sie mich zu ihr. Ihre dicken Ringe streiften durch mein Gesicht und taten noch extra weh. Sie schlug unbarmherzig 10 Mal zu, bis ich Sterne sah und ganz benommen war. Sie war immer noch sauer, das Spiel verloren zu haben. Ihr schien das auch zu gefallen. Das brannte dann noch extra.

So kniff ich beim Lecken die Beine zusammen und rutschte ungeduldig herum. Du verschwendest meine Zeit! Wenn Du was willst, geh zu meiner Mutter. Sie schien zu schlafen. Das glaub ich nicht!

Meine Stilettos zeigen Dir gleich wo es lang geht. Zieh mir sofort meine Pumps an!!! Ich beeilte mich ihr die hochhackigen schwarzen Schuhe anzuziehen. Dabei verzog sie ihr Gesicht zu einer gemeinen Fratze. Durch das Geschrei wurde auch meine Eheherrin wieder aktiv. Ich konnte ihre Feuchtigkeit erkennen.

Bow, welche Erniedrigung! Doch genau das machte mich scharf. Das habe ich Dir nicht erlaubt! Wenn Du ungehorsam bist, pisse ich Dir in die Schnauze! Meine Herrscherin stand auf und ging um mich herum. Meine Herrin hob ein Bein und versuchte mit einem Absatz in mein Glied einzudringen. Aber ich stand ja darauf.

Schon traf mich ihre Reitgerte auf meinem Hinterteil, was ich sofort senkte. In Demutshaltung blieb ich neben der Liege meiner Herrin hocken. Meine strenge Ehedomina griff nun nach ihrem Glas und trank einen Schluck. Hopp, Hopp! Gestern habe ich ihn noch erleichtert. Das war dann auch gleich sein Abendessen. Aber jeden Tag bringe ich seinen mickrigen Pimmel zum Stehen und reize ihn bis auf's Blut.

Nur kriechend konnte er mir dienen. Dabei habe ich ihm immer zum Ansporn von hinten auf die dicken Eier getreten. Dann ging der ab wie eine Rakete. Ha, ha, ha …! So wird der Boden wenigstens nicht versaut.

Klingt doch Klasse, was? Sie hatte die Brustwarzenkette mit den gezackten Klemmen geholt. Das alleine tat schon gemein weh. Doch meine strenge Ehedomina setzte noch einen darauf. Die vier Schuhe zogen schwer an meiner Kette, die an meinen Brustwarzen befestigt war. Es brannte schon ziemlich. Die High Heels meiner Dominas zogen an der Brustwarzenkette, die an meinen mittlerweile tauben Brustwarzen hing.

Mit zunehmender Zeit wurde meine Situation immer unangenehmer. Wenn doch kriegst Du eine Strafe an die Du noch lange denkst. Streck die Hand aus! Ich drehte die Hand und harrte der Dinge die da kamen.

Instinktiv leckte ich die kalte Asche ab und hielt ihr wieder meine saubere Hand entgegen. Ha Ha! Ich verrichtete meinen niederen Aschenbecherleckdienst und ahnte nichts Gutes.

Mir wurde schwarz vor Augen wegen der Schmerzen. Meine Herrin zog sich wieder ihre Plateausandaletten an und begann auf mich einzutreten. Unter weiteren Tritten holte ich ihr die Stilettopumps und stellte diese vor ihre Liege. Meine Frau ging inzwischen ins Haus. Mal sehen was Dich so alles geil macht…. Ich lutschte intensiv an ihren Zehen und mein Schwanz versteifte sich.

Ihre Zehen streichelten meine Hoden und ihr Spann strich sanft meinen Schaft entlang. Na warte… Schwanz sofort runter! Sie begann mit ihrer flachen Hand brutal auf meine Eichelspitze zu schlagen. Da war ich doch froh bei meiner strengen Ehedomina zu sein. Oje, wie konnte ich dabei keinen Steifen kriegen?

Behutsam begann ich ihre dicken Nippel zu liebkosen. Sie zog sich dabei wieder ihre Pumps an. Das schien sie nicht zufrieden zu stellen. Ihre spitzen Stilettos fingen an meine Genitalien zu streicheln. Sie nahm meinen harten Schwanz zwischen ihre Schuhsohlen und fing an mich zu melken. Da erschien meine Frau wieder im Garten. Das ist ja unglaublich! Wer hat dem eigentlich Benehmen beigebracht? So eine Teufelin! Ich hatte keine Chance. Hi hi, das hast Du mir zu verdanken. Ist doch nett von mir, gelle?

Jetzt waren sie ein leichtes Ziel. Das Abbinden tat schon gemein weh, doch das war nur das Vorspiel. Wozu habe ich denn einen Sklaven? Zur Belohnung landete dieser gleich in meinem Gesicht. Schon klatschte der Holzlatschen auf meine Eier und in meinem Kopf zuckten Blitze.

Gehorsam sagte ich meinen Spruch auf. Bei jedem Schlag winselte und jaulte ich nun lauter. Sie hatte jetzt keine Lust mehr und holte aus zum Finalschlag.

Meine Peinigerin blickte mich herablassend an und steckte mir dann den Holzlatschen in den Mund. Dann gehen wir uns abduschen und frisch machen. Den Sklaven lassen wir hier erst mal liegen. Dann ging sie zu ihrer Tochter und beide schlenderten Arm in Arm auf das Haus zu. Der braucht mehr Respekt vor Dir. Ein Blick von Dir sollte reichen um ihn zum Schlottern zu bringen.

Meine abgebundenen und geschwollenen Eier schmerzten sehr. Ich war froh mich etwas von der Folter zu erholen. Mit meiner Ruhe war es vorbei. Ab jetzt wird wieder pariert. Hol mir meine Schuhe! Sie hatte so viele und ich kannte alle genau. Jeden Absatz hatte ich schon im Mund. Ihre Schuhe waren immer blitzblank, denn ich liebte meine Aufgabe als Schuhsklave. Sie bewegte ihre Zehen in den Schuhe und trat mir dann ohne Vorwarnung hart ins Gesicht.

Auf Knien rutschte ich mit schmerzenden Hoden dorthin. Ich spreizte meine Beine und bot ihr meine hervorquellenden Hoden dar. Ich will auch brav sein. Was meinst Du wie kreativ ich da werden kann. Da kannst Du sich schon mal drauf freuen. Einmal die Woche gibt's ab heute eine richtige Abreibung.

Contributor: C. Peter Chen. It was designed as a response to the United States Army Air Corps' demand for a multi-engined bomber, but Boeing had over-done it: the four-engined bomber was so expensive that the US Army instead went with Lil country bunny patreon two-engined Douglas B Bolo design.

The evaluation, though tainted with a fatal accident, impressed some top brass regardless. Some of the early production bombers went to the British Royal Air Force which began the European War without heavy bombers. Their first operation was against the German Kriegsmarine 's port facilities at Wilhelmshaven, Germany on 8 Juland their performance left much to be desired as bombs missed their targets and machine guns froze at the high altitude.

While these early B bombers Lil country bunny patreon being relegated to reconnaissance and patrol roles, the experiences shared by the British crews helped Boeing tweak the design of later models; mainly, the British crews expressed the need for these bombers to carry larger bomb loads and better aiming equipment.

The first 18 BE bombers arrived to equip the US 8th Air Force units in mid, and flew their first mission against French rail yards on 17 Aug With the newly devised Norden Bombsight, this mission was much more successful than the British experience earlier in the European War. Before the advent of long-range fighter escorts, B bombers flew in box formations so that their machine guns could provide overlapping fields of fire to protect each other, though at a sacrifice of rigidity of flight paths, which led to increased dangers from ground-based anti-aircraft guns.

These bombers, after many rounds of improvements, were now known for their durability. Many stories were told where major sections of the bombers, such as the tail fin, nearly destroyed but the crews still made their ways home safely.

The commanding officer was the piot, and the executive officer was the co-pilot; these two officers received equal training, and their difference in status was largely only due to the luck of the draw. The bombardier was also an officer, manning the chin turret during flight but taking control of the entire bomber during the actual bomb run, even flying the aircraft at that time, via the connection between his Norden bomb sight and the auto-pilot system.

The navigator, another officer, kept the aircraft path during the flight and manned the cheek guns when attacked. The flight engineer, a non-commissioned officer, was trained in the basic mechanics of the entire aircraft, and manned the top turret when attacked. The radio operation, a non-commissioned officer, handled communications and served as the first aid giver when necessary. Finally, the four remaining crew member, all non-commissioned officers, manned the ball turret, left waist gun, right waist gun, and the tail gun; although these bombers were durable, to call them "fortresses" was a exaggeration, thus the gunners served an important role in the defense of these actually vulnerable bombers.

Beginning inthey began a carpet bombing campaign against German industrial targets. Initially an alarming number of B bombers were lost, but as the war went on, the depleting capabilities of German air defense made the bombing campaigns more effective.

Many accused the Western Allies of conducting terror bombing during WW2, and many of the alleged terror bombing missions were conducted with B bombers. On 15 Febas part of the aerial operation against the Lil country bunny patreon city of Dresden, B bombers dropped tons of bombs, contributing to the killing of 25, people committed by both American and British bombers. They were designated Do and were used in reconnaissance operations.

A few of them kept their Allied markings and were sent to infiltrate Allied B formations to report their position and altitude; initially successful, Allied airmen soon developed methods to challenge unidentified aircraft that tried to join their formations.

Soviet opinion toward the B design was generally favorable. Some remained in Soviet service until After some time of ineffective high altitude bombing, some of the B bombers adopted "skip bombing", a technique usually practiced by medium bombers rather than heavy bombers. When skip bombing, the aircraft flew at very low altitudes over water; as the bombs were released, they struck the Lil country bunny patreon at a shallow angle and bounced into the sides of targeted ships.

The technique of skip bombing scored several sinkings. Besides Boeing, Douglas and Lockheed via subsidiary Vega also contributed to that total. After the war General Carl Spaatz commented that "[w]ithout the B, we might have lost the war. The most famous of the surviving B bomber at the time of this writing is arguably the mission veteran of European Theater "Memphis Belle", which is now at National Museum of the United States Air Force near Dayton, Ohio, United States for restoration and display in the near future.

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Second, it is to showcase Lava's technical capabilities. World War II Database. B Flying Fortress. By it took 19, man hours to build. Today only 12 B's still fly, out of the Lil country bunny patreon, that were built. Did you know that: The editor for the local Seattle Times, wrote the caption "15 ton Flying Fortress. The 5,th B built was named 5-Grand and was signed by factory employees, before the aircraft entered service.

It retained its Boeing employee autographed markings, and drew curious crowds wherever it went. The B completed 78 missions and returned to the United States in June When they landed, the prisoners just ran away from the plane and they never got to know where they went and if they got home safely.

I flew in her last combat missions and was scheduled to return her to the US for a bond tour. Word had it that there were so many upper brass that wanted to fly her that the mission was scraped. All I know was that my crew did not fly her. She was a beautiful aircraft All of the painted signatures weighted so much that it cut her air speed down 5 knots.

We were in sq of bomb group 96 located in Snertonheath. We need to correspond now as our numbers ae growing smaller each day.

Most of my information, comes from Aviation Magazines such as Wings and Airpower what I have, go back to the 's and information that Lil country bunny patreon available at that time. Other info on 5 Grand she had 35, signatures. My Father worked in the defence industry, but all my Uncles served in the Army. You can E-mail me at pdenomie pahrump. Jenessa says: 14 Nov PM I have six photos commemorating the 5 Grand that I am putting for sale on craigslist today. I came here doing research on them, and was touched to hear these stories!

If anyone is interested call Jenessa at Bill says: 19 Nov PM B Bomber production: 1, B's parked wingtip to wingtip would extend almost twenty 20 miles.

Lil country bunny patreon total production of 12, would also extend miles. II For the United States the war lasted about 2, days. Bill says: 19 Nov PM Losses per month correction: men killed and aircraft destroyed that's about 11 men and 10 airplanes a day.

From December through Augustthe U. Army Air Forces lost 14, pilots, aircrew and other personnel plus 13, airplanes inside the Continental U. Total aircraft accidents 52, with 6, with fatalities. That's about 1, aircraft accidents a month about 40 per day!

Another 1, aircraft disappeared en route. Against the Western Axis. In the summer of the Lil country bunny patreon lost 1, to 1, aircraft per month in the European and Mediterranean theaters of operation. It is unclear how many Pe-8's were built some sources say 79, more reliable russian sources say between 93 and 96 aircraft.

It was an advanced aircraft for its time comparing well, at least on paper to its Allied contemportary American and British Lil country bunny patreon bombers. The Pe-8 was built in small numbers, and made no major contribution to the Soviet war effort However, it operated as a long-range transport and made a number of trips from the U.

In the Lil country bunny patreon period,the Pe-8 continued to operate with Aeroflot into the 's before being retired. These three aircraft were flown,tested and examined by pilots and engineers. Reverse-engineered, they were the basis for the U. Anonymous says: 29 Nov PM Who is the writer of this?? My father-in-law still alive and healthy was part of the original crew Unger's "all bachelor" crew - I think they were called.

There are 2 or 3 of his original crew still left. I'd be interested in any info you might have. I'll try back Lil country bunny patreon. Jones says: 5 Mar AM My father was the pilot in the first combat crew. The crew that flew it to England was reassigned to another aircraft after the landing gear on the Five Grand B malfunctioned.

He flew the first 18 combat missions from Snedderton Heath in England. There was an excellent article in Wings Magazine a few years ago sorry, I don't have the issue number or date at this time.

I'll try to locate it. I have a lot of pictures, articles and combat mission orders related to the Five Grand. Benny Wade, Elmo Allen Lil country bunny patreon also crew members. I Lil country bunny patreon Benny was the Navigator

It is unclear how many Pe-8's were built some sources say 79, more reliable russian sources say between 93 and 96 aircraft. Gary Weise says: 30 Mar PM pdenomie pahrump. His remains were later returned to Idaho for Lil country bunny patreon. Von ihr konnte sogar noch meine Frau etwas lernen. If so where? I am ex-Australian Navy, and also a Radio Ham I have read a lot about the B's in WW2 and watched a good few documentaries about the gallant men who flew them over the battle skies of Europe. Der Haferschleimrest und der Speichel meiner geliebten Herrin waren in der Zwischenzeit in der Sonne getrocknet und bildeten eine Kruste auf meinem Gesicht.