• Families Of Service Members Killed In WWII Bomber Crash Meet In Victoria

    2 monthes ago - By CBS

    VICTORIA, Minn. - Named “Heaven Can Wait,” the wait to find the wreckage of the World War II B-24 bomber is finally over for Clayton Emmer and his family.
    His uncle, Sgt. John W. Emmer Jr., was on board that plane, serving as an aerial photographer when it was shot down by enemy fire over waters near New Guinea in 1944.
    Eleven lives were lost.
    The plane wasn't recovered until last fall when the group Project Recover found wreckage of the plane on the ocean floor.
    To celebrate the discovery and thank the people who made it possible, family members of the crew from across the country met at...
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