Fallen But Not Forgotten

Fallen But Not Forgotten (HM299K)

Location: , Ostrobothnia Jakobstad sub-region
Country: Finland

N 63° 55.407', E 22° 25.19'

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USAF, 8th Air Force, 93rd Bombardment Group, 330th Bombardment Squadron


Bandaríska B-24 Liberator - sprengjuflugvélin Hot Stuff, var fyrst flugvéla 8. flughersins til að ljtúka 25 árásarferðun frá Bretlandi yfir meginland Evrópu í heimsstyrjöldinni síðari.


The B-24 Liberator Hot Stuff was the first heavy bomber
in the 8th Air Force to complete 25 missions in World War II

Crewmembers:
Captain Robert H. "Shine" Shannon - Pilot,
Captain John H. Lentz - Copilot,
Captain James E. Gott - Navigator,
1st. Lt. Robert T. Jacobson - Bombardier,
Sgt. Kenneth A. Jeffers - Radio Operator,
Sgt. Joseph L. Craighead - Gunner,
Sgt. George A. Eisel - Tail Gunner,
Sgt. George D. Farley - Gunner,
Sgt. Paul H. McQueen - Gunner,
Sgt. Grant G. Rondeau - Engineer/Gunner,


Minnisvarði þessi er reistur í minningu bandarískra hermanna sem fórust með B-24 Liberator - sprengjuflugvélinni Hot Stuff í Fagradalsfjalli 3. maí 1943


American heroes who perished when the B-24 Liberator Hot Stuff
crashed on Mt. Fagradalsfjalli, on May 3, 1943:

Lt. General Frank Maxwell Andrews,
Commander of the European Theater of Operations,

Captain Robert H. Shannon - Pilot,
Lt. General Frank M. Andrews - Copilot,
Captain James E. Gott - Navigator,
Sgt.



Kenneth A. Jeffers - Radio Operator,
Sgt Lloyd C. Weir - Crew Chief,
Sgt. Paul H. McQueen - Gunner,

Passengers:
Adna W. Leonard - Methodist Bishop and Chairman of the Corps of Chaplains,
Brig. Gen. Charles H. Barth - Andrews Chief of Staff,
Col. Morrow Krum - Andrews Aide,
Col. Frank L Miller - U.S. Army Chief of Chaplains,
Lt. Col. Fred A. Chapman - Andrews Aide,
Maj. Theodore Totman - Andrews Secretary,
Maj. Robert H. Humphrey - U.S. Army Chaplain,
Capt. Joseph T. Johnson - Andrews Aide

Surviving Crewmember:
Sgt George A. Eisel - Tail Gunner
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HM NumberHM299K
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Year Placed2018
Placed ByMr. Jim Lux
Marker Condition
8 out of 10 (5 reports)
Date Added Wednesday, July 11th, 2018 at 4:01pm PDT -07:00
Locationbig map
UTM (WGS84 Datum)27V E 430367 N 7089259
Decimal Degrees63.92345000, 22.41983333
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 63° 55.407', E 22° 25.19'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds63° 55' 24.4200" N, 22° 25' 11.4000" E
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Closest Postal AddressAt or near , Ostrobothnia , FI
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