“Lady Jeannette” Cut-a-way of the inside as Gustafson, the last survivor bailed out, just before the crash. Metzger had no parachute and Gott was a by the number flyer and command pilot, even if he could have, he would not, so both pilots rode her down. In the radio compartment is the radio operator, Dunlap. Not shown, is the fourth crewman, the tail gunner, Krimminger, whose parachute had gone over the tail plane and Krimminger had been trapped to hang under the tail plane.

“Lady Jeannette” Cut-a-way of the inside as Gustafson, the last survivor bailed out, just before the crash. Metzger had no parachute and Gott was a by the number flyer and command pilot, even if he could have, he would not, so both pilots rode her down. In the radio compartment is the radio operator, Dunlap. Not shown, is the fourth crewman, the tail gunner, Krimminger, whose parachute had gone over the tail plane and Krimminger had been trapped to hang under the tail plane.

“Lady Jeannette” Cut-a-way of the inside as Gustafson, the last survivor bailed out, just before the crash. Metzger had no parachute and Gott was a by the number flyer and command pilot, even if he could have, he would not, so both pilots rode her down. In the radio compartment is the radio operator, Dunlap. Not shown, is the fourth crewman, the tail gunner, Krimminger, whose parachute had gone over the tail plane and Krimminger had been trapped to hang under the tail plane.