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2st Lt. Stuart M. Moore, who was lost in the Yellow Sea, September 8, 1944, on a mission to Anshan, China, while on a mission aboard a B-29 bomber, #42-6234. Three other crew were killed when they bailed out prematurely into the ocean, but seven who parachuted out over land were rescued and ...[Stuart M. Moore]

Stuart M. Moore

2st Lt. Stuart M. Moore, who was lost in the Yellow Sea, September 8, 1944, on a mission to Anshan, China, while on a mission aboard a B-29 bomber, #42-6234. Three other crew were killed when they bailed out prematurely into the ocean, but seven who parachuted out over land were rescued and taken care of for a time by Chinese villagers, at great risk to the villagers given the Japanese occupation.  The survivors were eventually returned to an American base.  But of the men who bailed into the ocean, sadly no trace has ever been found.

Stuart Moore attended the University of Kentucky, with the major of 'Commerce,' as in the image at the top from 1942, his senior year, from the 1942 'The Kentuckian' yearbook.



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