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    GALLERY: WWII pilot - Photo courtesy of Craig Poulin | of | Share this photo

    Al Kramer at the controls of a B-17 World War II bomber in New Hampshire in 2013. Kramer, a resident of Waterville, was shot down over France during WWII while piloting a B-17.

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    GALLERY: WWII pilot - Photo courtesy of Craig Poulin | of | Share this photo

    Al Kramer, center, with his neighbors from China village, Don Pauley, left, and Craig Poulin beneath the wing of a B-17 World War II bomber in New Hampshire in 2013. Kramer was shot down over France during WWII while piloting a B-17.

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    GALLERY: WWII pilot - Photo courtesy of Rémi Barth | of | Share this photo

    These metal fragments and shells were located by Rémi Barth, who has been using a metal detector on the scene of what he believes to be the crash site of the B-17 bomber "Lone Wolf" near Troyes, France.

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    GALLERY: WWII pilot - Photo courtesy of Rémi Barth | of | Share this photo

    Rémi Barth stands in front of Omaha Beach, France. Barth has been using a metal detector to recover items from aircraft shot down near Troyes, France, and believes some items came from the crash of the "Lone Wolf."

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    GALLERY: WWII pilot - Photo courtesy of Rémi Barth | of | Share this photo

    This field is where metal fragments and shells were located by Rémi Barth. He believes the items are from the crash of the B-17 bomber "Lone Wolf" near Troyes, France.

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    GALLERY: WWII pilot - Photo courtesy of 388th bomb group association | of | Share this photo

    This postcard image shows a flight engineer working on the "Lone Wolf," which was piloted by Alfred Kramer, not pictured, now of Waterville, when it was shot down Sept. 6, 1943, near Troyes, France.

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