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Bombardier Arthur "Doc" Blanchard

United States Army Air Corps

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Art `Doc' Blanchard was a bombardier with US Army Air Corps. He flew out of Northern Ireland between approximately January and March 1944. He was shot down over the French/German border, was captured and sent to Stalag Luft 6 - his POW number was 3070. Art was held captive for about 16 months, commencing in Germany, but also in Poland and finally Lithuania. I would like to hear from anyone who may have known Doc.



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