Here's a few B-17E's and F's from the Pacific theater I'm sure you've seen before. (I have a bunch more to go through) I'll see if I can track down anything on '666'
B-17E s/n 41-2523 "Goonie" was also known as "Busy Beavers". She served with the 72nd BS, 5th BG and 98th BS, 11th BG from the 13th Air Force. Ditched off the Russell Islands on March 20,1943. (U.S. Air Force photo)
Nose detail of Boeing B-17E "Typhoon McGoon II" (S/N 41-9211) of the 11th Bomb Group, 98th Bomb Squadron, taken in January 1943 in New Caledonia. Note the antennas mounted above the nose plexiglass used for radar tracking of surface vessels. (U.S. Air Force photo)
Honikuu Okole 'Kick My Ass' B-17 41-9244 64th Bomber Group
43rd BG B-17E at 7 Mile Airstrip Port Moresby 1943 (U.S. Air Force photo)
B-17E "Chico" USAAF 43rd BG 65th BS New Guinea 1943 (U.S. Air Force photo)
B17F "Black Jack" 41-24521 (U.S. Air Force photo)
Milne Bay 403rd BS B-17F (U.S. Air Force photo)
No info on this one, not quite sure where in the SW Pacific (U.S. Air Force photo) EDIT: this is Burmuda
B-17E 41-2611 (U.S. Air Force photo)
B-17E 41-2627 (U.S. Air Force photo)
Boeing B-17E "Chief Seattle from the Pacific Northwest" (S/N 41-2656) in flight. (U.S. Air Force photo)
"Chief Seattle" served with the 435th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group. She was MIA on a recon mission on August 14,1942 near Buna,Papua New Guinea.
Her crew on that mission:
Pilot - 1st Lt. Wilson Cook
Copilot - F/Sgt. George Andrews Royal Australian Air Force
Navigator - 2nd Lt. Hubert Mobley
Bombardier - 2nd Lt. Joseph Cunningham
Engineer - T/Sgt. Elwin Rahier
Asst. Engineer - S/Sgt. John Dunbar
Radio Operator - T/Sgt. Irving McMichael
Asst. Radio Operator - Cpl. Charles Hartman
Gunner - Cpl. Richard Pastor
Gunner - Pvt. David Beatie
All crewmembers were killed in action.
"Typhoon McGoon II"
Boeing B-17E Flying Fortress
Serial number 41-9211
98th Bomb Squadron, 11th Bomb Group
Pictured at Henderson Field,Guadalcanal. The antenna sticking out from the nose of the plane is an early form of radar for searching for surface ships.
(U.S. Air Force photo)
Boeing B-17Es (S/N 41-2557 and 41-9182) in formation. (U.S. Air Force photo)
B-17E Fortress Formation USAAF 43rd BG New Guinea 1943
B-17E belly lands USAAF 43rd BG 63rd BS New Guinea 1943
B-17 USAAF 43rd BG 65th BS 7 Mile Drome New Guinea 1943
Boeing B-17E at Hammer Fld 1942
Boeing B-17E 41-9130 at Hammer Fld 1942
Boeing B-17C "The Swoose" at Hammer Fld 1942 (a rare one)