WWII pilot from Derry Township [PA] is finally coming home.

WWII pilot from Derry Township is finally coming home

Stars and Stripes (Tribune News Service), 21 October.

His last mission in World War II was piloting a B-24 Liberator in a bombing run on the second day of the Battle of the Bulge. Nearly 74 years later, that Derry Township airman is finally returning home.

The remains of 1st Lt. Eugene P. Ford will be interred Dec. 4 in Arlington National Cemetery along with the ashes of Vietnam veteran Richard Stanton Ford, the son the young pilot never met.

https://www.stripes.com/news/veterans/wwii-pilot-from-derry-township-is-finally-coming-home-1.552969

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