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Remains of airman shot down in World War II recovered

BUDAPEST, Hungary – The remains of a U.S. airman shot down over Hungary during World War II have been recovered and will be repatriated, American and Hungarian officials said Friday.

The remains of Staff Sgt. Martin F. Troy, a native of Norwalk, Conn., were found among the wreck of a B-24H “Liberator” bomber in the village of Nemesvita, about 110 miles southwest of Budapest, the capital. for more click here

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