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Edmund J Miosky




  • Clarence Lokker

    Military | Lieutenant Colonel | Squadron Commander - Command Pilot | 465th Bomb Group
    Clarence Jack Lokker has answered that last call, and now stands on the “Plains of Valhalla” with others of that “long gray line” who await us all. ...

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Born Massachusetts, USA 22 April 1925
Enlisted Devens, MA, USA 8 May 1943

Fort Devens

Died Blechhammer, 92439 Bodenwöhr, Germany 20 November 1944

Suddenly things started to develop very quickly: just before the bomb run, Lt. Col. Lokker’s plane received a direct hit between the no.2 engine and the fuselage. Left wing started falling off, the aircraft rolled over, and the bomber immediately burst in flames. That very moment had been captured on the heading photo.

Most probably, when the electric installation failed, he could not leave the turret and had no time to put a chute on. Bourne, Billings, and Miosky were in the rear, at the waist guns. Miosky was last seen standing over the escape hatch with his chute on.

Buried Lynn, MA, USA 1948

Pine Grove Cemetery
Essex County
Massachusetts, USA
Plot: World War-2, Section-H,Grave-10


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