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Old 28th January 2005, 15:40
BABIN BABIN is offline
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Lt. R. R. BALLINGER, American pilot

Hello,

On the wall of a cell of the Angers's jail (West of france), was found the following writing "American pilot - Lt. R. R. BALLINGER, 4/1/1944".

Could somebody give me any information about this pilot whose aircraft crashed, possibly in France, late in 1943 or very early in 1944 ?
- unit
- aircraft
- date and cause of the loss
- mission
- fate of the other crewmen (if other crewmen)

Many thanks

Pierre
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