384th Bombardment Group (Heavy) in World War II

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The George Stalnaker crew of the 391st Bomb Group, 9th Air Force, flying B-26 42-95821 "Miss Take", was shot down over France on 8 July 1944 on a mission to destroy a railway bridge over the Noire River in Nantes. The French Resistance, in particular the Olivo family of Poligne, hid the crew until their liberation by elements of the 4th Armored Division in the first week of August. Some of the crew returned to France in 1984 and was reunited with their resistance guardians.