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Lethal Lady B-29 42-6360 piloted by COL Ted S. Faulkner, Army Air Corps

Source: Missing Air Crew Reports, WWII » Page 2

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XX Bomber Command

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B-29 42-6370 possibly the B-29 piloted by COL Ted S. Faulkner that exploded and went into the Sea between India and Singapore, 75 miles (East?) of Andaman...

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27 March 1946

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Colonel Ted S. Faulkner, O21593, Air Corps

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This probably was more beneficial for the families of the crew, rather than an indication that they were believed to be alive. In any event, they were...

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Colonel Ted S. Faulkner was pilot of B-24A 40-2371 first aircraft destroyed in WW-II by Japanese raid on Pearl Harbor and Hickam Airfield in Hawaii on 7 Dec...

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11 17' N, 94 14' E

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5 November 1945

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4 November 1944

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Kharagpur, West Bengal, India (on the coast) was formerly an RAF Airfield, then the US used it for B-24's and later B-29's. Now see...

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Singapore

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10 58' N, 94 05' E

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11 17' N, 94 14' E

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75 miles east of the Andaman Islands

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AAF-121 located at RAF Bassingbourn, Cambridgeshire, England - about approximately 3 miles (5 km) north of Royston, Hertfordshire according to...

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324th Bomb Squadron

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War Department, Headquarters Army Air Forces, Washington

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Missing Air Crew Report

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AAF Station No. 121

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