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Old 14th October 2020, 16:06
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15 men in a B25?...

Just been reading a poem about an aircraft that went missing whilst flying The Hump.
It was written by the mother of SSgt. Joseph W. Dunaway, who died with 14 other men when B-25G #41-30010 disappeared on the Hump route on 04 July 1945.
I am amazed that a B25 could carry so many....
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