Richard Suehr, with blue spinner and tail tip denoting 39th FS. Suehr scored one victory flying a P, but I don't know if that happened using the displayed aircraft. This time he was flying the Airacobra with 8th Fighter Group and shot down three enemy planes over New Guinea. He picked up the patient to transport him to the Norfolk Hospital, but crashed on take-off; and died shortly after. Stonerock RM1 John C. Click Here to read about 'Monster Waves' and their threat to helicopter rescues Date of incident: 1 February Crash related deaths: Mr.
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At the time when the known photos of The Flaming Arrow were taken, the camouflage as well as insignia were seriously faded. AT2 James B. Five crewmembers survived. He unfortunately was struck by one of the propellers and was killed. AT2 John F.
Date of incident: 8 February Palombini AD3 William J. Date of incident: 11 November Immediately afterwards Welch was moved to the States, and then he decided to test new fighters for North American Aviation.
Olive Drab upper surfaces and Neutral Gray under surfaces. Location of the incident: Gulf of Mexico Description of the incident: The crew of helicopter was on a search and rescue case, late in the afternoon, hovering near a vessel in distress. Recorded radar data showed that the airplane had flown out over the ocean after takeoff, and after some maneuvering reversed course. The next day they returned to the B's crash site and recovered one of the crew before worsening weather forced them to leave. Also the yellow letter "K" is clearly visible. Two passenger bodies were recovered; the pilot and the remaining passenger were not. McKenzie, radio operator, and Frank Dryden, mechanic, taking off in the Amelia River, struck a beacon and crashed in full view of the Coast Guard patrol boat , stationed at Fernandina, Florida.