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Frederick B. Lee, Lt., from Salem, Massachusetts, navigator on the B-25, lost in China on 8 May 1943.

Frederick B. Lee

Frederick Lee mentioned in Princeton Alumni.

The loss of Frederick Burton Lee mentioned in Princeton Alumni Weekly during October 1943, where he is called 'Burt'.

Frederick B. Lee, 2nd Lt., from Salem, Massachusetts, navigator on the B-25, lost in China on 8 May 1943. Click here for the story of his loss (along with the whole crew).  Click here for Missing Air Crew (#16368) Report for this incident.

A marker listing him and most of the crew was placed at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery Section 82 Site 202, 2900 Sheridan Road, St. Louis, Mo.

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