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Airman's remains identified 60 years later

Sergeant Albert Forgue lost his life when his bomber, like the one shown in the foreground, crashed in 1944. Sergeant Albert Forgue lost his life when his bomber, like the one shown in the foreground, crashed in 1944. (US AIR FORCE)
By Megan Woolhouse
Globe Staff / February 16, 2008

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Florence Leal was a teenager when her brother, Sergeant Albert Forgue, a gunner on an A-20J Havoc aircraft, disappeared more than 60 years ago during World War II. (Full article: 429 words)

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