Albert A AlbinoMilitary ROLL OF HONOUR
NARA Ref 342-FH-3A14145-79830AC.
Killed in Action (KIA) on 29-Nov-43 while pilot of P-38H 42-67051 when his aircraft was shot down at Hoogeveen, Holland. The aircraft with 2LT Albert A. Albino crashed into the railroad marshalling yards at Hoogeveen, Holland. He was originally listed as MIA and his name was inscribed on the Wall of the Missing at Cambridge American Cemetery. However, in February of 1979 his remains were discovered during excavations at the railyard at Hoogerveen and then repatriated to the United States to the Mount Calvary Cemetery at Portland, Oregon.
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Units served with
|Grays Harbor County, WA, USA||7 April 1919|
|Los Angeles, CA, USA||17 March 1942|
|Aberdeen, Washington, USA|
Killed in Action (KIA)
|Hoogeveen, Netherlands||29 November 1943||Killed when his aircraft was shot down by German fighters at Hoogeveen, Holland while on a mission to escort bombers attacking at Bremen, Germany|
|Cambridge American Cemetery and Memorial, Madingley Road, Coton, Cambridgeshire CB23 7PH, UK||Commemorated on the Wall of the Missing, Cambridge American Cemetery|
|Portland, OR, USA||Remains found and repatriated to the Mount Calvary Cemetery, Portland, Oregon.|
Lee Cunningham 18-Jul-2015. Added Decorations and Commemorated event per American Battle Monuments Commission (ABMC) records; Made connections to Place and Mission within esixting website data; Added KIA event per MACR 1428; Added Description and Burial event based on "Losses of the 8th & 9th Air Forces", Stan Bishop & John A. Hey MBE.