B-24 “Hot as Hell”, Found in Paradise
It has been over 60 year wait for the family members, including Gary Zaetz, of the ill fated World War Two plane B-24 J nicknamed “Hot As hell.” On January 25, 1944, B-24 J “Hot As Hell” with a compliment of 8 crew members took off from Kunming, China for a routine flight to Chabua, India. The plane never reached its destination. The crews were declared dead on November 20, 1944.
On 7 December 2006, a private American investigator, Mr. Clayton Kuhles discovered the crash site in East Siang district, with the assistance of Abor villagers.
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