Army Air Force Pilot From Pennsylvania Killed During WWII Accounted For, Authorities Say

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An Army Air Force aviator from Pennsylvania killed during World War II has been accounted for astir 8 decades later, subject authorities said. The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency said past week that 2nd Lt. James Litherland, 25, of South Williamsport was accounted for successful March. In February 1944, Litherland was co-piloting a B-17F Flying Fortress that was struck by anti-aircraft occurrence aft a bombing raid connected a German V-2 rocket tract successful Bois-Coquerel, Fran...
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