World War II prisoner of war camp - Stalag Luft I


World War II - Prisoners of War - Stalag Luft I 

A collection of stories, photos, art and information on Stalag Luft I


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Lt. Bob Outman - WWII navigator and POW

 2nd Lt. Robert E. Outman 
 Navigator - 390th Bomb Group - 570th Squadron
 Stalag Luft I - North Compound 2, Barracks 4,       Room 5

 Bob's plane collided with another B-17 over Hoorn, Holland on July 7, 1944.  Seven out of the twenty crewmembers survived. Of the seven,  one evaded and the others were taken as prisoners of war.  After the war Bob worked for Commercial Credit for 36 years, married and has a son, a daughter and four grandchildren.   Click here to send and email to Bob.


     Bob's roommates at Stalag Luft I
     North II, Barracks 4, Room 5 were as follows:                

John T. Blanchard
Robert R. Brina
William Q. Donkin
James E. Dowling
John W. Galt   
Edward G. Gregory
James R. Haley
Robert T. Hart
Fredric A. Hicks
Marion E. Hightower
Wesley L. Hudelson
William C. Johnson 
Alex J. Krajewski
Clarence M. Lamason
Dominick J. Lionette
Harvey S. Myers
Stanton M. Rickey
Everett J. Robson
Robert G. Uhl
David M. Stein
Wiley B. Williams

Below are photos of his crew and also photos taken at  the crash site. 

Bob Outman's Army Air Corps Combat Crew


Crash of 2 B-17's over Holland in WWII


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