Welcome to our memorial site for 2018 . . .

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About Fred Caruso

Survivor of the crash of Flying Tiger 923. at night, at sea, 500 miles off the west coast of Ireland, with 28 deaths and 48 survivors, September 23, 1962.
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6 Responses to Welcome to our memorial site for 2018 . . .

  1. One thing that seems to be missing friend… You never introduce yourself! Tell us WHO YOU ARE! What’s your name? WHAT IS THE NAME OF YOUR BOOK? Where is the link to buy it on Amazon? Why not include a picture of you or at lease an email address we can reach you at? Hope you check out my WordPress blog at lastcre8iveiconoclast friend. Very nice to meet you. You have a compelling story to tell!

  2. dan says:

    Check out this video I shot of the 50th anniversary and unveiling of the plaque at Galley Head West Cork

  3. Dorothy Neisen says:

    My husband, S/Sgt Richard McMunn Miskimen, died in that crash. His body was recovered.
    My three year old daughter and I were waiting @ Spangdahlem AFB, Germany for his return. I had no idea there was a book or any memorials. I would like to hear from others who also lost family members. Dorothy Neisen gdot0724@att.net

  4. Kenneth D Stellon says:

    I went to lunch the other day with Frank Ruffalo who is one of the survivors. He will be in Fountain Hills, AZ, from May 1 through May 5. Frank and his wife Pat are wondering if you can meet with them in Fountain Hills. Frank has contacted another survivor, Sam Vasquez, who lives in Peoria, AZ. They plan to meet in Fountain Hills and were hoping to connect with you if possible.
    Please let me know either way as Frank does not have e-mail and I am serving as his contact person. My e-mail is barbken1825@yahoo.com.
    Kenneth D Stellon

  5. Erik Stewart says:

    My name is Erik Stewart, My father is Paul Stewart. My brother and I have told him about the site. Please feel free to contact me if you would like to get a hold of my father

  6. kent peyton says:

    I have researched this for years to write a book I guess you have beaten me to it is there a book my father was an aircraft mechanic for flying tigers at Gander where the p[lane stopped for refueling I am familiar with the story

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