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416th Bomb Group Reunion - Friday, Oct. 5, 2012
Date: 10/5/2012 Album ID: 1545457
Staff photos by Leslloyd F. Alleyne - lalleyne@journalinquirer.com
Ed Patapas, of Tolland, center, a member of New England Air Museum A-26 Crew, talks with Jack Sittarich, Veteran of World War II, 668th BS, from Fairmount, North Dakota, after viewing the newly restored aircraft used by group, the A-26 Invader Reida Rae, which saw combat in the European theatre of WWII, at the reunion for the 416th Bomb Group at the New England Air Museum on Friday October 5, 2012, in Windsor Locks.  (Leslloyd F. Alleyne / Journal Inquirer)
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Lynn Centore, of Suffield, takes a digital photo of her husband, Richard, a retired industrial engineer, who worked the newly restored aircraft, the A-26 Invader Reida Rae, which saw combat in the European theatre of WWII, during the reunion for the 416th Bomb Group at the New England Air Museum on Friday October 5, 2012, in Windsor Locks.  (Leslloyd F. Alleyne / Journal Inquirer)
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Jack Sittarich, Veteran of World War II, 668th BS, from Fairmount, North Dakota,  talks after viewing the newly restored aircraft used by group, the A-26 Invader Reida Rae, which saw combat in the European theatre of WWII, at the reunion for the 416th Bomb Group at the New England Air Museum on Friday October 5, 2012, in Windsor Locks.  (Leslloyd F. Alleyne / Journal Inquirer)
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Bobbie Kinney, Veteran spouse of William Kinney, 416th Bomb Group,  watches video on the newly restored aircraft used by group, the A-26 Invader Reida Rae, which saw combat in the European theatre of WWII, at the reunion for the 416th Bomb Group at the New England Air Museum on Wednesday October 5, 2012, in Windsor Locks.  (Leslloyd F. Alleyne / Journal Inquirer)
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Bobbie Kinney, Veteran spouse of William Kinney, 416th Bomb Group,  watches a video on the newly restored aircraft used by group, the A-26 Invader Reida Rae, which saw combat in the European theatre of WWII, at the reunion for the 416th Bomb Group at the New England Air Museum on Friday October 5, 2012, in Windsor Locks.  (Leslloyd F. Alleyne / Journal Inquirer)
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