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My Crash Relic P38F-5 Propeller Blade-31st December 1944.

Article about: by alclark I posted on your other thread about this relic but thought it's probably better on this thread, I found the aircraft on the AAIR database with the following information: December

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    Default Re: My Crash Relic P38F-5 Propeller Blade-31st December 1944.

    Quote by alclark View Post
    I posted on your other thread about this relic but thought it's probably better on this thread, I found the aircraft on the AAIR database with the following information:

    December 31st, 1943
    F-5A 42-13322
    22nd PRS / 7th PRG
    Home Station 234
    8th AF
    KCR 5 (translates to fatal crash, category 5 damage)
    Jamison, Jack T
    ENG Charmy/ 4 1/2mi SW

    Also worth checking is this thread from the Key forum, Halifax EB146 crash April 1944 - Key Publishing Ltd Aviation Forums, especially post 14.

    The aircraft was a factory built as an F-5A-10-LO, which was a P-38G with no armament.
    I cocked up on the date!!! Thanks a million for this most valued information. I guessed i had got something wrong and thought it may have been 43 and not 44, but thanks to good people like yourself i have learned some more information on this loss so thanks and thanks again as your help is so appreciated. Best Regards, Tim.

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    Nice Tim really nice ill flash you my props as soon as i get a minute if you or anyone else is interested? Andy

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    Quote by airwarrior View Post
    Nice Tim really nice ill flash you my props as soon as i get a minute if you or anyone else is interested? Andy
    Ok mate that would be great! Cheers Loads, Tim.

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    Tim,
    Just wanted to let you kmow that my Dad, Capt.George C. Stoney, who served in the USAAC 1942-1946 with the 8th AAF (7th PG 13th Sqdn) and the 9th AAF (109th PRG) passed from this earth on Thursday July 12, 2012 at the age of 96, at home in New York City. He had been in a coma for 4 days and was in no pain. My sister and I and two of his aides were with him when he left us. He will be missed.

    In an old Irish tradition, we opened the door to the balcony of his apartment so his soul could fly free.

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    Very sorry to hear that, my condolences on your loss.

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    Quote by mr.dirt View Post
    Tim,
    Just wanted to let you kmow that my Dad, Capt.George C. Stoney, who served in the USAAC 1942-1946 with the 8th AAF (7th PG 13th Sqdn) and the 9th AAF (109th PRG) passed from this earth on Thursday July 12, 2012 at the age of 96, at home in New York City. He had been in a coma for 4 days and was in no pain. My sister and I and two of his aides were with him when he left us. He will be missed.

    In an old Irish tradition, we opened the door to the balcony of his apartment so his soul could fly free.
    Sorry this is such late post as only just found it. So sorry to hear of your loss but i hope he and Jack are having a few whiskies up there now and talking about old times!

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