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Little Rollo was a B-24 Liberator Bomber assigned to the 707th Bomb Squadron of the 446 Bomb Group. This fine aircraft flew over 100 combat missions during WWII against the germans.

My grandfather Retired CM/Sgt Harlyn Glen Turner, the ball turret gunner, flew most of his missions on Little Rollo which was named after her pilot, 1st/Lt. Howard Roeller.

Little Rollo Painting
Serial # B24H 42-95289

The following web pages pay tribute to Little Rollo. Photographs appear of the brave crews who flew her as well as photos of some of the men who kept her in the air. There are also a number of miscellaneous photos.

At the conclusion of the war and 123 missions later, Little Rollo survived the war, and flew back to the United States.

Howard Roeller
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Little Rollo was named after its first pilot -
1st/Lt. Howard Roeller
Born: April 8, 1921
Died: August 25, 1988.

Little Rollo
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