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Please click on the links shown below. You will then be provided with all the current information that the Aircrew Remembrance Society have archived, relating to this particular loss. Compiled and researched over the last forty years from many resources, official documents, veterans accounts, crash site investigation and contributions from friends, family and loved ones. Some of the articles are well documented, but others have only brief descriptions and details. All are listed in the hope of attracting additional information to enhance the memory of these fallen airmen, thus providing detailed accounts to relatives searching for information, who in turn we hope may also be able to provide additional material. Every page presented here today on our site of remembrance is also archived by The British Library, in the memory of these boys for eternity.

The Society welcomes any details that will enable us to add details to existing pages, or to create new remembrance pages for fallen airman or veterans. If you wish to contribute photographs - documents - letters etc. that will enable us to improve or create a new remembrance page for someone special to you on this website, please use the contact page in our get in touch link, and follow the instructions. Please remember to include details to the source and contributor of any material you provide, so that all relevant acknowledgements to all contributions can be duly credited.

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U.S.A.A.F Losses 1944

January -

13.01.1944 48FS/14FG Lockheed P-38G 42-13371 2/Lt. Sebring
Location: NW of Rome, Italy.
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19.01.1944 7th PG/22nd Sqdn. 8th U.S.A.A.F.P38/F5 2/Lt.Skiff Location: Watlington, Oxfordshire, England. +

19.01.1944 22PS/7PRG Lockheed P-38/F-5A 42-67378 1/Lt Blickensderfer.                            
Location: Near West Wycombe, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England.
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25.01.1944 27PS/7PRG Lockheed P-38 F-5A 42-12979 1/Lt. Connor
Location: Near Fernhurst, West Sussex, England.
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February -

March -

04.03.1944 338th FS 55th Fighter Group U.S.A.A.F. P-38J 42-67279 Lt. Bone
Location: Anstey, Hertfordshire, England.
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April -

26.04.1944 367BS/306BG Boeing B-17G 42-31469 2/Lt. Schaefer
Location: Bletsoe, Bedfordshire, England. +

May -

June -

July -

20.07.1944 22PS/7PRG Lockheed P-38 F-5/E 43-29018 2/Lt. Mitchell
Location: Clifton Hampden, Oxfordshire, England.
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26.07.1944 367th FG 9th U.S.A.A.F. P-38J 44-23650 1st Lt Cooksey
Location: Ibsley (Station No.347 U.K.)
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August -

12.08.1944 361st FG 375th FS 8th U.S.A.A.F. P-51D 44-13410 Col Christian
Location: Arras France
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September -

08.09.1944. 325nd FG 319th FS U.S.A.A.F. P-51C 42-103507 F/O. Rogers.
Location: Half a mile North West of Ecka Airfield, Yugoslavia.
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08.09.1944 14PS/7PRG Spitfire PRXI MB952 Lt. Goffin
Location: Reckange-les-Mersch, Luxembourg.
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October -

21.10.1944 321st Transport Squadron-27th ATG C-47A (Dakota) 42-93525 1Lt. Walker
Location: Kop Hill, near Princes Risborough, Buckinghamshire, England.

24.10.44. 91st Bomb Group U.S.A.A.F.B-17G 43-38398 1/lt. DeLisle
Location of crash: Cow Roast, near Berkhampstead, Herts. England.
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November -

19.11.1944 92Sdn/439TCG Douglas C-47 43-15046 1/Lt. Reid
Location: Near Falmer, N of Brighton, East Sussex, England.+

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