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A brother’s quest to honor a World War II hero.

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Posted: Wednesday, July 20, 2011 12:00 am

In a small French town with a population of less than 150, hundreds gathered June 25 to honor Charles Manford Johns and his five compatriots. The World War II crew crashed over Lessard-et-le-Chéne and fell into a nearby field July 28, 1944. Their B-26 bomber collided with a German fighter plane.

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