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Capt. Lloyd G. Hally flew with the 351st Fighter Squadron/353rd Fighter Group. Hally flew P-47D "Angel of Mercy" and disappeared on a mission after encountering engine trouble. First declared MIA, Hally was later classified KIA. He joined the squadron on June 7, 1944 and served until his disappearance on Sept. 21, 1944. He hailed from Huxley, IA.

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  • 353rd Fighter Group

    353rd Fighter Group

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    The 353rd Fighter Group was assigned to the Eighth Air Force on 7 June 1943. The group flew P-47 Thunderbolts, and from October 1944, P-51 Mustangs, as escorts for bombing missions across occupied Europe and to strafe targets on the ground. Tactical...

  • 351st Fighter Squadron

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  • Lloyd Hally

    Military | Captain | Fighter pilot
    Assigned to 351FS, 353FG, 8AF USAAF. Failed to Return (FTR) strafing mission Nijmegen in P-47 'Angel of Mercy' 42-22523 last seen pursuing a Fw190 down through the overcast over Arnhem. Shot down 21-Sep-44 Killed in Action (KIA). MACR 9003. ...

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Date Contributor Update
01 March 2017 17:05:58 dwgdallas Created entry with collection and caption
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From the personal Collection of Lt. Billy J. Murray

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