Ross Pascall Sr., back row, second from left, with the crew of the B-17 "Bomboogie" while stationed in Great Britain during World War II.
Ross Pascall Sr., back row, second from left, with the crew of the B-17 "Bomboogie" while stationed in Great Britain during World War II. Submitted photo
Ross Pascall Sr., back row, second from left, with the crew of the B-17 "Bomboogie" while stationed in Great Britain during World War II. Submitted photo

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