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World War II pilot's remains found in tree, return for burial 72 years later
Weary Dippy
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07-17-2017 12:16 AM

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World War II pilot's remains found in tree, return for burial 72 years later
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For more than 70 years a tree protected the remains of a World War II fighter pilot from Washington state whose plane crashed in Germany in 1945.

The remains of Army Air Forces 1st Lt. William Gray of Kirkland were returned to his family Friday for a burial at Tahoma National Cemetery with full military honors.

The 21-year-old Gray was on a dive-bombing mission on April 16, 1945, when his single-seat P-47D aircraft clipped a tree and crashed.

The Defense POW/MIA said investigators recovered Gray’s remains last year.

“The bones they found were embedded in the tree,” Gray’s niece Jan Bradshaw told Q13 Fox.

Her brother Doug Louvier added, “It grew over his remains and really protected and marked the spot.”

Gray was buried side-by-side with his best friend—Bradshaw and Louvier’s father.

http://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/world/worl...ailsignout

That tree deserves a medal

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07-18-2017 06:18 AM

 



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RE: World War II pilot's remains found in tree, return for burial 72 years later
the f*cking story is on how a tree protected the body and was in the tree...


do they SHOW THE f*cking TREE?


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does anyone take critical thinking and writing anymore.
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RE: World War II pilot's remains found in tree, return for burial 72 years later
It would have been ironic if his first name was woody, or forrest.
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RE: World War II pilot's remains found in tree, return for burial 72 years later
The Remains of the Gray

was it an Arbor Vitae?



that tree was a nazi, cryptofascist

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RE: World War II pilot's remains found in tree, return for burial 72 years later
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-18-2017 06:47 AM)
It would have been ironic if his first name was woody, or forrest.

or Essoess
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RE: World War II pilot's remains found in tree, return for burial 72 years later
I would rather have been left at rest inside the tree. The tree protected him for over 70 years and bonded. Was meant to be.
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RE: World War II pilot's remains found in tree, return for burial 72 years later
So did they kill or destroy that tree getting him out of there? Shame if they did.
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