|Pilot 2nd Lt. Webster L. Kincaid, Jr. (KIA, BR) OR
Crashed January 7, 1944
Built by Lockheed Aircraft Corporation (LAC) in Burbank, California. Constructors Number 1186. Delivered to the U. S. Army. Disassembled and shipped overseas to the South Pacific and reassembled.
Assigned to the 13th Air Force, 347th Fighter Group, 339th Fighter Squadron. No known nickname or nose art.
On January 7, 1944 took off from Stirling Airfield and crashed on take off, killing pilot Kincaid. Afterwards, this aircraft was written off.
Recovery of Remains
After the crash, Kincaid's body was recovered and buried at the Allied War Cemetery at Falamai on Mono Island. Postwar, his remains were transported to the Untied States for permanent burial.
Kincaid was officially declared dead the day of the mission. He is buried at Eugene Pioneer Cemetery in Eugene, OR at plot 167.
USAF Serial Number Search Results - P-38H 42-66671
January 1944 USAAF Overseas Accident Reports - P-38H 42-66671 pilot listed as Jennings [sic]
FindAGrave - Lieut Webster Lockwood Kincaid, Jr (grave photo)
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January 5, 2018