Harry F WARNER Jr

 

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NUMBER OF SERVICEO-751501
AGE-- yo
DATE OF BIRTH--
ETATNEW YORK
FAMILY--
RANKFirst Lieutenant
FONCTIONPilot
JOB BEFORE ENLISTEMENT-NE
DATE of ENLISTEMENT-
  SQUADRON63rd Fighter Squadron
  GROUP56th Fighter Group
ARMY8th US Air Force
DATE OF DEATH7 june 1944warner harry f tombe
STATUSKIA
PLACE OF DEATHStation Liancourt-St-Pierre
DATA PLAN

P-47 Thunderbolt - type D-20-RA - s/n 43-25286

" Dooker "  

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Macr: 8674

Mission: Strafing various objectives

Crash on the ground during the strafing at very low altitude of Liancourt station at 08:00

Takeoff Station 150 Boxted, Essex UK - Crash observed and reported by 2Lt Roach S. Stewart.
Lt Stewart speaks of a "terrific explosion" that destroyed the rear of the aircraft, which exploded on the ground.

CEMETERY TEMPORARY

Cimetière Provisoire de Blosville N°

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Story of Cemetery Temporary
CEMETERY NORMANDY AMERICAN CEMETERY of Colleville

Map of Normandy American Cemetery

PlotRowGrave
C843
DECORATION
Distinguished Flying Cross + Oak Leaf Clusterdfc+olc
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STORY

The Groupenational Wwii Continuing Research Association is investigating the fights of the 56 FG / 63 FS

June 7, 1944 during a strafing mission of various targets in the west of the Oise near the Upper Normandy region.

Today, January 4, 2018 in the footsteps of 1st Lt. Harry F Warner J killed in the town of Liancourt St Pierre (Oise) hit over the station of the town by the German Flak by the back of his camera d After 2lt Stewart Roach, his crewman crashed with his hunter at the place called the Priory 200 meters west of the station, his plane exploded on the ground. The pilot's body will be temporarily buried in the cemetery of the commune he will be buried after liberation at the temporary cemetery of Solers (Seine et Marne) in 1944 and then transferred in 1946 in the temporary American cemetery of Blosville (Manche) near Ste Mère l church then in 1948 Transferred into the current ABMC Normandy cemetery plot C Row 8 falls 43.

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 Burial in 1944 of 1st Lt. Harry F Warner J at Liancourt St Pierre on the crash site 
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Monument in Liancourt St pierre (Oise)warner harry f stele2warner harry f stele1

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PROGRAMMERFrédéric & Renaud