Wreckage of B-24 Liberator 'St. Quentin Quail'

Wreckage of B-24 Liberator 'St. Quentin Quail' (Google Maps)
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By kjfitz @ 2008-07-12 00:45:51
Crashed on January 2, 1944 as a result of damage incurred during an attack on the Japanese airbase of Taroa. Two of the crew members died during or as a result of the crash and were buried on Arno. Eight of the crew members survived and were housed and fed by the Marshallese on Arno Atoll from January 3 to January 16, 1944, on which date a Japanese patrol boat arrived from Taroa and captured them. The airmen were taken to Maloelap Atoll where they remained until January 20, 1944.
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