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Memorial Lt. James Parker, 394th FS

Discussion in '367th FG' started by Olliball, Nov 6, 2016.

  1. Olliball

    Olliball New Member

    Lt. Parker was KIA on Sep. 16th, 1944 over Belgium.
  2. 25Kingman49

    25Kingman49 Well-Known Member

  3. Airwar

    Airwar Well-Known Member

  4. 25Kingman49

    25Kingman49 Well-Known Member

    Jaap's link in post #3 translates well using "Chrome browser"; Two pilots were killed this day in this mid-air collision inside cloud-cover.

    2nd Lt Charles Page crashed on the hill Groumont. A monument was erected near the crash site for him as well. "DEAD FOR PEACE" perfect epitaph for any airmen.
    2nd Lt. Charles F Page  Monument Page.JPG
    Last edited: Nov 6, 2016
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  5. PLsearch

    PLsearch New Member

  6. Airwar

    Airwar Well-Known Member

    PLsearch,you are doing a wonderfull job to research the crashes in the Ardennes. So Thank You for your help and very good website.

  7. Benedikte Gijsbregs

    Benedikte Gijsbregs New Member

  8. Olliball

    Olliball New Member

    Very moving article Benedikte. Thanks a lot.

    Below a picture of Lt. Charles Pages whose P-38 collided with James Parker's P-38. This pictures comes from the Year book of Williams Field, class 44B.

  9. Benedikte Gijsbregs

    Benedikte Gijsbregs New Member

    Thank you so much for sharing the picture of Charles F Page.

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