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Old 5th April 2021, 17:19
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Robert Brownell Parker

"the leading SB2C pilot in this regard was Lt. Robert "Zekie" Parker, later killed by a kamikaze attack".

Is he the "Zekie" Prker with three aerial kills? Sources indicate RB Parker being awarded the NC for actions with VB-16 but his aerial victories with VB-19.
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