douglas a-26a invader (64-17650)

On June 28, 1966, an A-26 Invader (tail number 64-17650, call sign "Nimrod 34") with three crew members took part in a two-plane combat mission over Laos. While making its run over the target, the Invader was hit by ground fire, which caused the aircraft to crash. Witnesses from other aircraft on the mission reported seeing no parachutes emerge from "Nimrod 34" before it hit the ground and exploded. The aircraft’s crew was not seen or heard from again, and the enemy presence in the loss area prevented a ground investigation of the crash site.
  1. AIR COMMANDO 2 Wolfe, Thomas Hubert

    SURNAME Wolfe FORENAME Thomas Hubert (Tom) UNIT 23 Tactical Air Support Squadron (505 Tactical Air Control Group) RANK Captain NUMBER 3103920 DATE OF DEATH 28th June 1966 AGE 28 GRAVESITE Honolulu Memorial, Honolulu, Hawaii Courts of the Missing (Court A) ADDITIONAL...
  2. AIR COMMANDO 2 Cavalli, Anthony Frank (Tony)

    SURNAME Cavalli FORENAME Anthony Frank (Tony) UNIT 603 Air Commando Squadron (1 A.C. Wing) RANK First Lieutenant NUMBER 3131508 DATE OF DEATH 28th June 1966 AGE 24 GRAVESITE ADDITIONAL INFORMATION from New York,New York born 24.2.1942 New York,New York only son of Tony...
  3. AIR COMMANDO 2 Dudley, Charles Glendon (Chuck)

    SURNAME Dudley FORENAME Charles Glendon (Chuck) UNIT 603 Air Commando Squadron (1 A.C. Wing) RANK Captain NUMBER 73011 DATE OF DEATH 28th June 1966 AGE 29 GRAVESITE Arlington National Cemetery,Virginia Memorial Section G ADDITIONAL INFORMATION from Bozeman,Montana born...