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Leading Aircraftman Lee Khaim MARLOWE (R/145435) of the Royal Canadian Air Force

Circumstances of Death: Lost in aircraft Anson RCAF 6689 Anson 6689 of No. 10 Air Observer School force-landed in a river near Bathurst, New Brunswick. He survived the crash landing, but was drowned when the dinghy filled with water and overturned.
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Death of Death 1943-05-08 Age : 22 years.

Served in 10 AOS

Burial/Commemoration Details : Sec. 66. at Detroit (Hebrew Memorial) Park, United States of America (Map)


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Aircraft Name: Anson I RCAF 6689 Date of Crash: 08 May 43 Unit 10 AOS RCAF Airfield /Crash Location , United States of America
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Source Henk Welting's Database

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Rank Name, Number, Trade & Details DateUnit Country Cemetery/Memorial & Loc Ref
Leading AircraftmanLee Khaim MARLOWE (R/145435) Anson RCAF 6689  Forum Post 1943-05-0810 AOS United States of AmericaDetroit (Hebrew Memorial) Park

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