Posted By:Giorgio Pietrobon
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Subject:A YUGO CREW K.I.A. in a B-24J American bomber
Post Date:May 15, 2012 at 00:49:36
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Every communication will be appreciated with the Families and the Friends of the following Yugoslav Airmen all Killed In Action inboard the USAAF Bomber B-24J serial # 42-73089 , radio n. 21 , shot down by a German fighter during the back route after the bombing in the Augsburg area, Germany , happened on 19 December 1943.

Pilot Maj.DOOSHAN Z. MILLOYEVICH s.n. Y-22
Co-Pilot Capt. DDOSHAN M. MUCICH Y-32
Navigator 1st Lt. LEWIS E. VAUSE Jr. 0-393694
Bombardier 1st Lt. BORISLAV V. STEFANOVICH Y-79
Engineer T/Sgt. FRANYO F. INTIHAR Y-207
Radio Operator 2nd Lt. EDUARD S. TSERAY Y-319
Gunner Capt. MOMCHILLO V. VIDOYKOVICH Y-53
Gunner T/Sgt. PATAR A. ISHICH Y-283
Gunner S/Sgt. YOVAN E. OGNYENOVICH Y-231
Tail Gunner S/Sgt. DOOSHAN S. LAZAREVICH Y-230

They were fighting Fascism and Nazism in identical conditions than they American comrades .
376th Bomb Group , 512th Bomb Squadron. Airbase S.Pancrazio di Puglia, Brindisi , Southern Italy.
Since 10 years I am looking for the crash place that never was found from the Military Mortuary Services when the war ended and which seems still today forgotten.
I copied all the names as written by Aleksandar Kolo , the Historian of the Air Museum in Belgrade , Serbia , who is Author of the documented Book Sky Odyssey with the whole story of the 4 Liberators assigned to Yugo Crews - 3 lost in combat - , called in the 15th Air Force USAAF : Yugoslav Detachment .
Thanks to Kolo and all the new contributors in news and contacts.
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Giorgio Pietrobon . 68 . Treviso . Italia .
Retired Teacher & free WWII Researcher around all the Heavies Bombers USAAF lost on that Day of war.
giorgiopietrobon@libero.it