Wilber Tanner holds documents about his his uncle, U.S. Army Air Forces Sgt. Charles H. Daman at his home in Moscow. Daman was killed on April 4, 1945, when his B-24G was shot down over Germany. Seventy-three years after his bomber was shot down over East Germany, Staff Sgt. Charles H. Daman has come home.
Wilber Tanner holds documents about his his uncle, U.S. Army Air Forces Sgt. Charles H. Daman at his home in Moscow. Daman was killed on April 4, 1945, when his B-24G was shot down over Germany. Seventy-three years after his bomber was shot down over East Germany, Staff Sgt. Charles H. Daman has come home. Geoff Crimmins Moscow-Pullman Daily News
Wilber Tanner holds documents about his his uncle, U.S. Army Air Forces Sgt. Charles H. Daman at his home in Moscow. Daman was killed on April 4, 1945, when his B-24G was shot down over Germany. Seventy-three years after his bomber was shot down over East Germany, Staff Sgt. Charles H. Daman has come home. Geoff Crimmins Moscow-Pullman Daily News

Remains of Idaho WWII airman laid to rest decades later

July 28, 2018 08:27 AM