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Old 13th May 2019, 01:04
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P-61 fatal crash 9/10 July '45

Hello
Am seeking details of a P-61 crash on the 9th July 1945
Serial number was 42-39469.
Anyone have a Squadron number and or crew names ?
ALSO
A P-61 crash on the 10th July 1945.
Serial number 42-39719.
Again squadron and crew names wanted.

I have two possible names but am by no means sure if either are connected to the a/c I have noted above ?
They are -
J.F.Colby ( 557 NFS ) D.R.Fuller and J.B. Adams.

Thanks
Alex
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