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L. Douglas Keeney

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One stone, one bomber shot down over Nazi germany.

It was impossible not to take my upcoming book personally. This stone marks the loss of a B-17 or B-24 and the men who died on the mission. There are hundreds of these stones in a cemetery near my house. One stone, one air crew. My new book is about these young men and how they helped to get the boys ashore on D-Day. But what a price. The Poi... Read more of this blog post »
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 Douglas Keeney We've lost several nuclear bombs but none as well documented as this one, if only in a secret document. "Irretrievably lost." A 1.8 megaton a-bomb in the littoral areas around Savannah, Ga


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