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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 Aviation (NAA) at Air Force Plant NC at Fairfax Field near Kansas City, KS. 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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