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|Pilot 1st Lt. Owen L. Buford, O-801242 (MIA / KIA, BR) GA
Co-Pilot 2nd Lt Paul G. Meyer, O-684759 (MIA / KIA) CA
Navigator 2nd Lt Gerald R. Hill, O-683822 (MIA / KIA, BR) IL
Bombardier 2nd Lt Jack W. Rosher, O-679230 (MIA / KIA, BR) CA
Engineer TSgt Ned Potter, 14051455 (MIA / KIA, BR) Magnolia, NC
Radio TSgt Robert W. Witt, 37231163 (MIA / KIA, BR) NB
Engineer SSgt Julian S. Miller, Jr., 34434716 (MIA / KIA, BR) NC
Gunner SSgt James J. Parks, 36408515 (MIA / KIA, BR) MI
Gunner SSgt Kenneth W. Rode, 11106337 (MIA / KIA, BR) MA
Gunner SSgt Willard L. Turner, 35450936 (MIA / KIA, BR) KY
MIA February 29, 1944
In 1982, the wreckage was rediscovered and reported. During August 1983, this crash site was visited by a team from US Army Central Identification Laboratory (CILHI) that excavated the site, recovered additional remains and took photos.
Meyer remains Missing In Action (MIA) and is memorialized on the tablets of the missing at Manila American Cemetery. After the 1983 recovery of remains, the remains recovered were interned on April 20, 1996 at Arlington National Cemetery in a group burial at section 34, site 2466.
Parks has a memorial marker at Evergreen Cemetery, Lansing, MI.
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