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Old 13th May 2022, 20:25
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Late pilot s fate

On 14th July 1955 crashed a Thunderbolt in Ötztal, Tirol, Austria.
The unfortunate pilot was killed. His name is Kinney Charles,

perhaps from AU (stralia).
Do you have any more info about the mission, a portrait, grave location, why Australia etc.
We are compiling the sad event for the local museum with fotos of the crashed engine and propeller.
Many thanks for your replies.
dnalor
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