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Retired U.S. Army Sgt. Ernie Lamson, Royal Navy Petty Officer Harry Eddy and “Bevin Boy” Dennis Hill watch a slideshow presentation about the Allied Forces’ combat missions and the weapons used during a World War II panel at RAF Molesworth, United Kingdom May 27, 2014. Personnel assigned to RAF Molesworth and Alconbury received historical information about Allied and Axis forces’ machinery, first-hand information of the veterans’ experiences and a look into life after the war. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Ashley Hawkins/Released)
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Posted: 6/2/2014

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Retired Royal Army Sgt. Jack Pentelow explains his D-Day experiences during a World War II panel at RAF Molesworth, United Kingdom May 27, 2014. Pentelow served as a tank driver for the 1st Northhamptonshire Yeomanry who landed on Sword Beach six days after D-Day. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Ashley Hawkins/Released)
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United States and United Kingdom World War II veterans speak to RAF Molesworth and Alconbury, personnel about their D-Day experiences during a WWII panel at RAF Molesworth, United Kingdom May 27, 2014. The veterans served during the invasion of the beaches of Normandy, France and shared their experiences of what it was like to battle the German forces. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Ashley Hawkins/Released)
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Posted: 6/2/2014

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From left, retired “Bevin Boy” Dennis Hill, U.S. Army Sgt. Ernie Lamson, Royal Navy Petty Officer Harry Eddy, and Royal Army Sgt. Jack Pentelow pose in front of the 303rd Bombardment Group memorial before the start of a World War II panel at RAF Molesworth, United Kingdom May 27, 2014. Joint Intelligence Operations Center, Europe Analytic Center personnel invited the veterans to tell their experiences of the Normandy, France invasion and answer questions. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Ashley Hawkins/Released)
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Posted: 6/2/2014

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U.S. Army 1st Sgt. Louie Barlolong, Joint Intelligence Operations Center Europe Analytic Center, headquarters commandant, poses with family members of the late 2nd Lt. Jackson Palmer Jr., World War II 303rd Bombardment Group navigator, at the 303rd BG Memorial during a tour of RAF Molesworth, United Kingdom and the surrounding local area April 28, 2014. Palmer’s family never knew how he died or where he was buried and his second cousins decided to retrace his steps and gather as much information as possible to take home to the rest of their family. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Ashley Hawkins/Released)
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Second cousins of the late 2nd Lt. Jackson Palmer Jr., World War II 303rd Bombardment Group navigator, visit the 303rd BG Memorial at RAF Molesworth, United Kingdom April 28, 2014. After contacting the base historian, the family coordinated an 18-day trip to England and The Netherlands to gather information about how Palmer lived, how he died and where he was buried. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Ashley Hawkins/Released)
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U.S. Army Col. Elizabeth Coble, far right, U.S. European Command J2 reserve management chief, explains the history of the 303rd Bombardment Group’s aerial missions to family members of the late 2nd Lt. Jackson Palmer Jr., World War II 303rd BG navigator, during their visit to RAF Molesworth, United Kingdom April 28, 2014. The second cousins of Palmer, who was killed in action during an aerial mission in 1944, initially knew nothing of his life or where he was laid to rest and visited the base after finding information about him online. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Ashley Hawkins/Released)
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Second cousins of the late 2nd Lt. Jackson Palmer Jr., World War II 303rd Bombardment Group navigator, attend a Holocaust Remembrance luncheon with members of the Joint Intelligence Operations Center Europe Analytic Center, at RAF Alconbury, United Kingdom April 18, 2014. The JAC members provided the family with a tour of the surrounding area where Palmer was stationed before he was killed in action in 1944, in conjunction with their trip to find out how he died and where he was buried. The family’s trip ended May 12. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Ashley Hawkins/Released)
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The late 2nd Lt. Jackson Palmer Jr., third from top left, was a navigator assigned to the 303rd Bombardment Group at RAF Molesworth, United Kingdom, when his plane was shot down by enemy forces while conducting an aerial mission during World War II May 28, 1944. His family only received notification of him missing in action. Nearly 70 years later, Palmer’s second cousins traveled to England to find out what happened to him and visit his grave site at the World War II American Cemetery and Memorial in Margraten, The Netherlands. (Courtesy photo/Released)
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Pattie Morneault, second cousin of the late 2nd Lt. Jackson Palmer Jr., World War II 303rd Bombardment Group navigator, and her husband Henry watch a video presentation during the Holocaust Remembrance luncheon at RAF Alconbury, May 28, 2014. Palmer’s B-17 Bomber was shot down by enemy forces in 1944, and he was buried at the World War II American Cemetery and Memorial in Margraten, The Netherlands without his family knowing what happened to him. Almost 70 years later his family visited Europe to gather information about his life and death, as well as visit his burial site. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech Sgt. Chrissy Best/Released)
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Posted: 6/2/2014

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U.S. Navy Gunner's Mate 1st Class Osmond Ingram's name is engraved on the interior chapel wall at the Brookwood American Military Cemetery, United Kingdom. Ingram is the only Medal of Honor recipient to be immortalized at Brookwood. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Jarad A. Denton/Released)
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Posted: 5/25/2014

Among the trees: Airmen pay tribute to fallen comradesAmong the  ...
Among the trees: Airmen pay tribute to fallen comrades

Airmen from the 422nd Air Base Group Honor Guard prepare to post the colors during a Memorial Day ceremony at the Brookwood American Military Cemetery, United Kingdom, May 25, 2014. Brookwood serves as the final resting place for 468 American service members who gave their lives during World War I. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Jarad A. Denton/Released)
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Posted: 5/25/2014

    

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