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|Pilot 2nd Lt. George H. Vincent, O-765157 (KIA, BR) Depew, OK
Co-Pilot 2nd Lt. William J. Mulligan, Jr., O-2027140 (KIA, BR) Rochester, NY
Bombardier-Navigator 2nd Lt. Diedrich J. Meinken, O-712458 (KIA, BR) Cincinnati, OH
Engineer-Gunner SSgt Jack Weiner, 32903586 (KIA, BR) Bronx, NY
Radio-Gunner SSgt Bruce T. Duguid, 19201053 (KIA, BR) Corvallis, OR
Crashed August 10, 1945
Built by North American during 1944. Constructors Number 108-31065. Delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force (USAAF) as B-25J-30/32-NC Mitchell serial number 44-31065.
Over the Tsushima Straits, 1st Lt. Wilkinson's flight spotted a small fishing boat and a boat building village near the mouth of a stream. During their strafing run, B-25J Mitchell 44-30993 was damaged by anti-aircraft fire. Next to attack, this B-25 was also hit by anti-aircraft fire in the left engine and crashed into the sea roughly 100 yards off the vessel and exploded on impact.
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