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Tribute to Capt. Hornbaker's crew
The Hornbaker fate - Capt. Robert Hornbaker was a 778th squadron pilot, 464th Bomb Group (Heavy) based at Gioia del Colle Airfield (Pantanella AF from June '44) – Italy during WWII.
He was the recipient of DFC -won on 9/5/44 group mission #7 Target Wiener-Neustadt, Austria- “for his job of bringing home a butchered airplane despite heavy enemy opposition and a wounded co-pilot”, Lt. Stillman "Jake" Harding, Hornbaker's co-pilot that day, who also won the DFC in the same mission “with his leg nearly severed by flak he did everything a whole man could have done in assisting his pilot”.
On May 25th, 1944 Capt. Hornbaker’s crew, flying “Strictly from Hunger”, B-24 41-29412, recall letter WHITE M, took off from Gioia del Colle, to strike the Givors’s marshalling yards, 13 miles south of Lyon, France. It was mission No. 17 for the 464th BG and mission No.12 for most of the crew.
According to MACR 5415 “Strictly from Hunger” was hit by flak over target and lost engine #1. On the return flight, about 10 miles inland the rear of the formation was bounced by 3 Messerchmitt Me-109 and 1 Focke Wulf FW-190. At almost the same time flak begun to burst in front of formation. A Me.109 made a pass at a ship on the left rear box and set her engine #2 on fire.
This ship was "Strictly from Hunger", she received direct hits on the left side of the fuselage and left wing. The german 20mm shells also cut several control cables and destroyed the main fuel transfer pump. The gas tanks in the left wing were also hit, gas was pouring out from wing tanks and from bomb bay, engine #1 was leaving behind a thick black smoke stream.
Capt. Hornbaker was hit in the head and killed during this attack.
Co-pilot 2nd Lt. Ray Burkland, now in command of "Strictly from Hunger", tried, with the help of T/Sgt. Karow, to level the mortally wounded airplane while loosing altitude when the flak battery of Cape Roux, between Cannes and St. Raphael, opened up on him. Lt. Nilles, navigator, and Lt. Gein, bombardier, left their compartment and came to the flight deck.The ship was out of control but still flying. Lt. Nilles said that if they could hold the heading for 40 minutes of flight time they could make Corsica. This proved impossible when the ship caught fire and headed for the coast of France.
With a wing on fire Lt. Burkland realized the risk of a sudden explosion, unable to keep up with the main 464th formation, peeled out turning to the left, headed right over Cannes and while flying over Lerin’s island gave the order to bail out. Two man, it is believed they were both waist gunners, jumped as soon as the ship started her turn.
When the ship was about 90 degrees to the formation one man jumped out apparently from the camera hatch. His parachute opened almost immediately, another chute came out of the hatch a few seconds later and he made a delayed jump opening his chute far below the formation. Apparently they were Lt.s Gein and Nilles.
The ship completed a 180 degree turn from the formation and nosed over into a dive straight to the ground, smoking all across the wing section. All crew members, but the pilot, hit the silk.
The men whose went down over open sea faced several surface craft firing at them, probably they were shot on the way down or misjudged the jump and were not picked up.
3 of them, 2nd Lt. Burkland, S/Sgt. Karow and Sgt. Hoffman, bailed out beetwen Lerin's Island and the Cannes's harbour and were rescued from the drink, a fourth, Sgt. Reinecke bailed out over Cannes but his chute failed to open.
"Strictly from Hunger" flew over the city of Cannes and crashed on La Croix des Gardes hill. The remains of Capt. Hornbaker were found in the wreckage of the aircraft, the 3 survivors became POW.
On July 4th 1994, the Cannes municipality held a ceremony to present this monument that display four aircraft engines and a propeller. Sgt. Alfred Karow came back after 50 years, to the place of the first and only parachute jump of his life, attending the ceremony, there were also the pilot’s widow, Mrs. Velma Hornbaker; the tail gunner sister, many veterans of the 778th Bomb Squadron and Aero-Re.L.I.C people.
All details about Capt. Hornbaker's fate are courtesy of the following websites:
- The WWII 464th Bombardment Group (H)
Many thanks to Robert "Bob" Hoskinson (464th BG, 778th Sq.) for sharing the MACR.
B24 41-29412 “Strictly from Hunger” MACR 5415
- Capt. Robert W. Hornbaker - Stafford - Kansas - Pilot - KIA
- 2nd Lt. Raymon H. Burkland - Paxton - Illinois - Co-pilot - POW
- Lt. Richard B. Nilles - SanAntonio - Texas - Navigator - KIA
- Lt. Carl A. Gein Jr. - Fairfield - California - Bombardier - KIA
- S/Sgt. Alfred R. Karow - Saginaw - Michigan - Eng/ top turret gunner - POW
- Sgt. Edwin J. Draney - Brooklyn - New York - Radio operator/gunner - KIA
- Sgt. Lawrence E. Reinecke - Colorado Springs - Colorado - Ball Turret Gunner - KIA
- Sgt. William J. Arch
Our weather radar broke down about 15 minutes into the flight from New York to Los Angeles, and since there were thunderstorms forecasted along our route we had to land in Cincinnati to get it fixed. It turns out that since the FO had technically been on duty for the last 7 days (due to reserve+flying this 3 day trip) he couldn't legally fly us to LAX after the diversion since we would be landing after midnight, making it his 8th day on duty....or something along those lines. So, we need a new First Officer.
The Captain was kind enough to let me take a look at his office while we waited for the new FO.
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