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James C Brasington

Military

Killed at Advance Landing Ground A-71, Clastres, France, when a B-26C, #42-107844, returning from an operational mission crashed at the East-West runway and immediately burst into flames.

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Event Location Date
Born
Enlisted Fort Jackson Blvd, Columbia, SC, USA 12 August 1942
Died 02440 Clastres, France 9 December 1944

Killed at Advance Landing Ground A-71, Clastres, France, when a B-26C, #42-107844, returning from an operational mission crashed at the East-West runway and immediately burst into flames.

Lived in Lancaster County, SC, USA
Buried

Plot A, Row 15, Grave 53

Revisions

Date Contributor Update
16 November 2016 18:54:37 usaeff Changes to biography and events
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Corrected spelling of town - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saint-Simon_%E2%80%93_Clastres_Air_Base

Date Contributor Update
16 November 2016 02:52:13 usaeff Changes to events
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http://www.findagrave.com

Date Contributor Update
15 November 2016 15:20:25 usaeff Changes to events
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American Battle Monuments Commission website: https://www.abmc.gov/

Date Contributor Update
15 November 2016 15:19:39 usaeff Created entry with surname, middlename, firstname, nationality, service number, highest rank, role, biography, events, unit associations and aircraft associations
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American Battle Monuments Commission website: https://www.abmc.gov/
Fire Trucks At War: http://www.firetrucks-atwar.com/
Army Firefighting website: http://www.armyfirefighting.com

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