Subject:    Another B-25 Crash Feb 1943
Date:             Fri, 18 Aug 2000 14:31:20 -0400 (EDT)
From:  (Jeffrey Clemens)

Dear Sir,

I tripped across your web site and can appreciate what you are doing. In my community a B-25 crashed into a mountain during a night time training mission on February the 2nd, 1943.

At present we are collecting funds for a bronze marker to be placed on the crash site. Each crew deserves to be properly honored and remembered. I wish you well on your project. 

These men and there families deserve it.

With Best Wishes From Bedford,
Pastor Jeff Clemens



Subject:   Another B-25 Crash Feb 1943
Date:           Sun, 20 Aug 2000 09:03:03 -0400 (EDT)
From: (Jeffrey Clemens)

Dear Mr. Dunn,

Thank you so much for your response. I am glad to see your work as well. Truly the Second World War period was formidable for us all. Its cost in men and material staggering. Such reminders are needed.

If you would, please share the Bedford site with others who may find it of interest. I have been fortunate enough to reach three of these familes after 57 years. I am hoping that it may be possible to each the other two, however it has proven most difficult.

I wish you also a "Good day mate!" God bless you and your wonderful Country. For few people are as brave in peace or as in war as the Aussies.

With A Shared Respect,


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 Peter Dunn 2015


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