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||Pilot Stanley Ashton Thompson (KIA)
Gunner AMM1c Herbert A. Lynn (KIA, BR)
Crashed March 21, 1945
Built by Curtiss. Delivered to the U. S. Navy (USN) as SB2C-3 Helldiver Bureau Number 18876.
On March 21, 1945 took off on a training mission and crashed in Oregon.
Recovery of Remains
After the crash, the remains of the crew were recovered and buried in the United States.
Both crew members were officially declared dead the day of the crash. Thompson has an unknown burial likely in his hometown in the United States. Lynn is buried at Arlington National Cemetery at section 17, site 17359-1.
FindAGrave - Herbert Alonzo Lynn (grave photo)
Thanks to Craig Fuller / Aviation Archaeology for additional information
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