THE 36th BOMB SQUADRON
Airmen of Lt. Joseph Hornsby's
crew who died in the crash of Liberator #42-51226, R4-L near Boucly, France on November
Airmen of Lt. Norman Landberg's crew who died in the take-off
crash of Liberator #42-51219, R4-I near Cheddington, England on November 15, 1944.
Eight men of Lt. Harold Boehm's crew who were lost to the Irish
Sea after parachuting from Liberator #42-51232, R4-J nicknamed The Jig's Up
near Valley, Wales on December 22, 1944.
S/Sgt. Herman J. Wolters, (radio operator) who died as a result of electrical shock while on detached service and performing his duties at Namur, Belgium on January 19, 1945.
Lt. John W. McKibben's crew of ten in Liberator #42-51239, R4-C
nicknamed The Uninvited who failed to return from their assigned operational
mission on February 5, 1945. Those lost were:
Airmen of Lt. Louis McCarthy's crew in Liberator #42-50385, R4-H
nicknamed Beast of Bourbon who died in a take-off crash near Cheddington, England
on February 19, 1945.