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Mountainside monument

WWII plane wreck lies in place

Wreckage from a C-54A transport plane has rested for 65 years on rugged Fort Mountain in Maine. Wreckage from a C-54A transport plane has rested for 65 years on rugged Fort Mountain in Maine. (Mark Arsenault for The Boston Globe)
By Mark Arsenault and Tony DePaul
Globe Correspondents / June 1, 2009

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Around midnight on June 20, 1944, a military transport en route from England to Washington, D.C., took on fuel in Newfoundland, and then roared off into the darkness and vanished before first light. (Full article: 1304 words)

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