Fred Ervin BlaneyMilitary
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|Kittanning, PA||1941-07-17||151 South Water Street Worked for the Pennsylvania State Fish Hatchery|
|Southern Italy||1943-09-12||On an early morning mission against Corleto, which our 12-plane mission bombed effectively, the plane of Lt. Blaney [1st Lt. Fred E. Blaney, Jr.] ran out of fuel. He heroically continued to fly the ship one one engine while the crew bailed out. Time and again the plane dived uncontrollably, delaying the exit of the crew members, but finally all were out save Lt. Blaney. Then it was too late, the plane being right down on the mountain side. He was killed in the crash. B-25C 42-53478|
|Sicily-Rome American Cemetery and Memorial||Plot D Row 7 Grave 39 Sicily-Rome American Cemetery Sicily-Rome American Cemetery Piazzale Kennedy, 1 00048 Italy|