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1st Lt Charles E. Stone

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Details:

On the eastern side of the D592. Monument A thin blue vertical monument with a white plaque commemorating Lt Stone in French and English.

Monument Text:

USA

A la memoire du Lieutenant Charles E. Stone - aviateur Americain, 109e Tactical Squadron du 67e Groupe de la Reconnaisance de la 9e US Army Air Force, tombe le 6 Juin 1944 au Mesnil vers 17h20 - et des soldats Americains tombes le 30 Juillet 1944, Arthur D. Mutig, Berlin A. Fenton, de la 6e Armored Division du General Robert W. Grow de la 3e Army du General George S. Patton.
Tombes glorieusement pour la liberation de Brehal. Souvenez-vous.

[sic] In memory of the Lieutenant Charles E. Stone - American aviator, 109th Tactical Squadron of the 67th Reconnaissance Squad of the 9th US Army Air Force, shot down on the 6th of June 1944 at Mesnil about 5:20 pm - and American soldiers, shot down the 30th of July 1944, Arthur D. Mutig, Berlin A. Fenton, of the General Robert W. Grow 6th Armored Division of the General George S. Patton 3rd Army.
Shot down gloriously for the Brehal liberation. Remember.

Commemorates:

People:

Berlin A. Fenton

Arthur L. Muthig

Charles Eugene Stone

Units:

109th Tactical Recon Squadron, 67th Tactical Recon Group

3rd US Army

6th Armored Division

9th Air Force

United States Air Force

United States Army

Wars:

WWII

Battles:

Normandy Invasion

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