United States Navy Aircrew – 28 January 1953

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J. D. Greer

Unknown City, Birthplace Unknown
Born Unknown
Captain, U.S. Navy
Service Number
Non-hostile Air Crash
Died January 28, 1953 in United States

Captain Greer was a crew member of a PB4Y-2S Privateer patrol bomber with Patrol Bomber Squadron 9, assigned to Whibdey Island Naval Air Station, Seattle, Washington. On January 28, 1953, in bad weather, the aircraft struck Black Peak, Washington at 5,000 feet altitude, killing ten crew members. Captain Greer was awarded the National Defense Service Medal

GREER, JULIAN DAVID

  • CAPT USN
  • DATE OF DEATH: 01/28/1953
  • BURIED AT: SECTION 34  SITE 4451-53

MCDONNELL, JAMES LEONARD

  • AO-3 USN
  • DATE OF BIRTH: 09/05/1929
  • DATE OF DEATH: 01/28/1953
    BURIED AT: SECTION 34  SITE 4451-53

C. C. Longacre

Unknown City, Birthplace Unknown
Born Unknown
Aviation Machinist Mate, Chief, U.S. Navy
Service Number
Non-hostile Air Crash
Died January 28, 1953 in United States

Chief Aviation Machinist's Mate Longacre was a crew member of a PB4Y-2S Privateer patrol bomber with Patrol Bomber Squadron 9, assigned to Whibdey Island Naval Air Station, Seattle, Washington. On January 28, 1953, in bad weather, the aircraft struck Black Peak, Washington at 5,000 feet altitude, killing ten crew members. Chief Aviation Machinist's Mate Longacre was awarded the National Defense Service Medal.

LONGACRE, CARLTON

  • USN
  • DATE OF DEATH: 01/28/1953
  • BURIED AT: SECTION 34  SITE 4451-53

WHITED, THOMAS JAMES

  • USN
  • DATE OF DEATH: 01/28/1953
  • BURIED AT: SECTION 34  SITE 4451-53

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