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Hubba Hubba
721st Squadron

41-28622 was the original aircraft bearing the name Hubba Hubba
A second aircraft in the 721st was also named Hubba Hubba in December 1944

John Paris aka Jean Parathisis, a 721st mechanic also writes:

"The only serial number on a B24 that I can remember was 622. Its crew chief was Vincent Gena a close pal of mine. The reason we remembered it was because at one time when the ship was coming in on an emergency landing, the pilot said, "This is 622 from Alamagoo-Goo-Goo, what do I do-do-do." Alamagoo was for Alamagordo, New Mexico where we all had our overseas training and orientation."

41-28622 was destroyed on 10 October 1944.


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