ASN Wikibase Occurrence # 48325
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Narrative:B-52D s/n 56‑0627 call sign "Red 1" of 22nd BW attached to 4133 BW(P) USAF, Andersen AFB, Guam. Crashed and destroyed July 7 1967 after mid‑air collision with B‑52D 56‑0595 . Crashed into the South China Sea, 20 miles offshore, off Binh Dinh Province, South Vietnam
|Date:||Friday 7 July 1967|
Boeing B-52D-80-BO Stratofortress
|Owner/operator:||22nd BW, attached to 4133rd BW (P) USAF|
|Fatalities:||Fatalities: 3 / Occupants: 7|
|Aircraft damage:|| Written off (damaged beyond repair)|
|Location:||20 miles offshore, off Binh Dinh Province, South Vietnam -
|Departure airport:||Andersen AFB, Guam (PGUA)|
|Confidence Rating:|| Information is only available from news, social media or unofficial sources|
Crew: Three killed, four survived
Pilot/Commander: Maj John Suther USAF survived.
Co-pilot: Capt Williamm Creedon USAF survived.
Nav: Lt Rod Gable USAF survived.
Airborne Commander: Maj Gen William Joseph Crumm USAF killed.
Rad/Nav: Maj Paul Andrew Avolese USAF killed.
EWO: Capt David Fritz Bittenbender USAF killed.
AG:Sgt Lynn Chase USAF survived.
http://www.airliners.net/aviation-forums/military/read.main/18199/ http://web.archive.org/web/20171101061754/http://www.ejection-history.org.uk:80/aircraft_by_type/b52_stratofortress.htm http://www.nampows.org/B-52.html http://airforce.togetherweserved.com/usaf/servlet/tws.webapp.WebApp?cmd=Profile&type=Person&ID=79517 http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/1956.html
||Updated [Departure airport, Source, Narrative]|
||Dr. John Smith
||Updated [Operator, Location, Country, Departure airport, Source, Narrative]|
||Dr. John Smith
||Updated [Operator, Other fatalities]|
||Updated [Operator, Location, Operator]|
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