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Old 8th July 2011, 03:15
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Good Bye Bill Littlejohn

Bill Litlejohn was a USAAF Fighter veteran and in the end of 1942 he landed in Lisbon Airport when the cockpit of his P-39 became filled with smoke. He was flying to North Africa but was interned in Portugal for a couple of weeks. Some decades latter he helped me a lot in my research and in developing my book "Aterrem em Portugal"...

Latelly I had written him a couple of e-mails but never got a answer.
His wife sent me one e-mail now... He folded his wings on November 28.

My greatest respects to the family...

In 2008 he and his son made a small video were he told his story in first hand...


Bill, thank you for all the help...

Keep on flying,
Carlos Guerreiro
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