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Capt Joseph Taylor Lyles
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Birth: Oct. 14, 1920
Death: Nov. 26, 1958

Perished when U.S. Air Force B-47E Stratojet #53-4212 exploded on the ground at Chennault Air Force Base, Lake Charles, Louisiana. There was one atomic weapon onboard the bomber which was destroyed in the fire.

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 Parents:
  Rufus R Lyles (1896 - 1962)
 
 Sibling:
  Joseph Taylor Lyles (1920 - 1958)
  Arthur L Lyles (1924 - 1985)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
LOUISIANA CAPT 44 BOMB WG AF WORLD WAR II
 
Note: GPS +32.58423,-93.88979
 
Burial:
Blanchard Memorial Cemetery
Blanchard
Caddo Parish
Louisiana, USA
Plot: West row 21 middle west
GPS (lat/lon): 32.58423, -93.88979
 
Created by: JB BERRY
Record added: Oct 21, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 43390493
Capt Joseph Taylor Lyles
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Capt Joseph Taylor Lyles
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Capt Joseph Taylor Lyles
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