A 2005 interview with Roy Holbert, flight engineer and top turret gunner on the B-17 Susan Ruth who was captured by the Germans after bailing out of the plane and spent 444 days as a prisoner of war (POW).
|On February 8, 1944, the B-17 Susan Ruth, was Shot Down over the French/Belgium border after a mission to bomb Frankfurt, Germany.|
Howard Snyder, the B-17 pilot stationed in England during World War II narrates his story of what happened with the B-17 Susan Ruth was shot down.
This interview was filmed at the 2004 Air Force Escape & Evasion Society (AFEES) Reunion held at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania. Howard was 88 years old at the time.