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1/Lt. William C. Yaeger

Discussion in '437th TCG' started by Airwar, Sep 11, 2016.

  1. Airwar

    Airwar Well-Known Member

  2. alain lamé

    alain lamé New Member

    thank you very much for having answered my request, I am very happy to have established a contact.
    I read (after having passed the text in a translation software) because neither speaks nor reads English, what you made me pass on the LT William C. Yaeger.
    And yes still a brave, who came to fight for our freedom, RESPECT;
    But this is not information about this soldier I'm looking for, it's not him who crashed on our village, it's the LT Haugan Figgis of the 369th Fighter Group, 379 th Fighter squadron.
    I also look for pictures of the P-47 Thunderbolt and technical documentation on these aircraft;
    Again thank you, if one day you want information from the French soil I would be happy to give them to you.
    cordially
    Alain
     
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