Joe O’Donnell – Part 1

(Posted: June 5, 2011)

Joe O’Donnell , a B-17 ball turret gunner in WWII, was shot down, bailed out over enemy territory, and evaded capture for 24 hours.  Read about his one day of freedom in German-occupied Austria by clicking on his name.

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