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Old 18th April 2011, 19:35
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Request of informations about 2 airmen

I'm looking informations, photos and, if possible, to contact relatives of these airmen:

Maj JACK TELFORD, born 1919, 12 AF, 126 Bomb L, Laon Air Base, France
Cap RICHARD GILBERT, 12 AF, 126 Bomb L, Laon Air Base, France

they dies 7 november 1952 in a crash near Salerno on a B-26 serial 44-35652.

Every informations you can give me will be very useful.

Thanks!
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