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Old 3rd April 2005, 16:41
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D-DAY P-47 Wreck

Hi Gentlemen,

This photo is coming from a GI's photo-album. Probably taken between the
sea and Ste.Mere.Eglise (France). Any possibilty for finding out the unit ?
Letters are : C2 - N
Nr. on the tail : 276226
Thank you in advance.
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Old 3rd April 2005, 18:53
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Re: D-DAY P-47 Wreck

Hi !

This P47 was used by 368 FG 396 FS and went missing on 24/06/1944 (Macr 6639).

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Old 3rd April 2005, 22:00
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Luc,

Thank you so much for your help !

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Re: D-DAY P-47 Wreck

Hello Jyn41

1st Lt Robbins Jack B. (POW)O-674402 he made belly landing near Marchésieux 1KMSSW (F) T-351705 due at engine failure , I have not the possibility to see the picture (restricted for me !!) may you send me a copy ?

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Re: D-DAY P-47 Wreck

If you have logged on you will see the picture, if not I'd like to find out why.
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Hello Ruy

You’re right , I get it now , most probably too fresh inscription .

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