Charles F. Harlan

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Family Info: Parents: Charles J. & Caroline Harlan; Brother: James P. Harlan (USS New Jersey); Niece: Annie Harlan
Hometown: Rocky River, OH
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Bomb Group: 462nd
Squadron: 768th
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Missions Flown: B-29 # 44-86344 crashed 2 August 1945 in Sakatoichiba, Showa Town, Kimitsu County, China Prefecture on bombing mission #306 to Hachioji City. There was: 1 KIA, 1 resisted Japanese Navy soldiers and was murdered (Charles F. Harlan), 10 POWs were imprisoned in Ofuna POW Camp and returned to the USA after the war
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MOS: MOS 1028-Aircraft Observer, Flight Engineer (VHB)
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Crew Type: Flight crew
Airplane Serial No.& Name: 44-86344 (unnamed)
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Date Discharged: KIA - August 2, 1945
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Comments: Lt. Harlan is buried at Alger Cemetery in Cleveland, OH.

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