2/Lt. Edward F. Peters


(Robert M. Littlefield)

2/Lt. Edward F. Peters

38th FS - 12 August 1943 - 05 January 1944 (Prisoner of War)

Assigned Aircraft

P-38J 42-67650

Mission History

Not Known

Mission List

Not Known

Air Scores
Destroyed  
Probable  
Damaged  
Ground Scores
Destroyed  
Damaged  
Notes Entered service from Vandalia, Michigan.
ASN - O-746168
12 August 1943 - Assigned to the 38th Fighter Squadron
05 January 1944 - Prisoner of War
MACR No. 01746

Capt. James H. Hancock reported:

Lt. Peters was my wingman and we were separated from the group by an attack from the rear.  We had to break right and got away from the group in that way.  We tried to get to some bombers for protection, but were under attack all of the time.  Lt. Peters bailed out when 2 Me-109s were on our tail.  I broke to the left and he bailed out.  That was about 10 miles south of Kiel at an altitude of 27,000 feet.

Lt. Peters bailed out 15 miles south of Kiel, Germany.  He was imprisoned at Stalag Luft I.

Reproduced with kind permission of Mr. Robert M. Littlefield from the author's book Double Nickel - Double Trouble

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