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In a message dated 9/28/01 5:41:04 PM Pacific Daylight Time, AMPSOne@aol.com
Would they include things like the 129 killed when that C-124 carrying
back to the States crashed?
Cookie - not yet! The June 20, 1953 globemaster crash w/129 aboard happened
near Tokyo. I would imagine if the DoD puts together its 17,678 list the
names of the men will be there. Although I am not all that confident.
For example, SSGT George B. Burt, Saratoga Springs, NY, who left a wife and a
baby he never saw, was one of those aboard the globemaster. He is not any
Also, I have a list of over 7,000 names of AF deaths during the Korean War
supposedly for all sources worldwide, but SSGT Burt's name is not on that
list either. I suppose it all depends on how AF then determined a death
attributable to the Korean War?