B-17 crash: August 17, 1943

B-17 crash: August 17, 1943 (StreetView)
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By daggerwell @ 2011-10-03 12:34:18
"On August 17, 1943, a B-17F bomber from Kearney, Nebraska, Army Airfield crashed 300 yards south, killing all aboard. The plane was on a routine training flight before going overseas. Losing their lives were 2nd Lt. Sylvester J. Diebold, Benton, MO; 2nd Lt. Earnest H. Endemano, Los Angeles, CA; 2nd Lt. John F. Hickey, Port Henry, NY; SSgt Jimmie McEntire, Wharton, TX; SSgt Albert Pivkul, West Warren, MA; Sgt. Cyril B. Butler, Crooksville, OH; Sgt. James V. Pollicita, Bridgeport, CT; and Sgt. Frank E. Sampler, College Park, GA."
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