Harry A. Stroud, Jr. was born on March 5, 1919. He was the co-pilot aboard U.S. Air Force RB-29A Superfortress #44-61999. He perished when the reconnaissance-variant bomber, named "Overexposed" collided, in poor visibility weather, with a ridgetop called Higher Shelf Stones, near Glossop, England (approximately midway between Manchester and Sheffield) while on a flight from RAF Scampton to RAF Burtonwood. All 13 aboard were killed.
CPT Stroud is now buried in the Mount Hope Cemetery, Independence, Montgomery County, Kansas, USA.
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