Uniontown, Fayette Co, Pennsylvania.
While serving on the 44th Bomb Group, Squadron 66 at Barksdale Field in Louisiana, 2nd Lt. James R. Everhart died with eight others on 18 May 1942. The army bomber he was co-piloting crashed shortly after take off while on anti-submarine patrol over the Gulf of Mexico, protecting the United States from German invasion.
EVERHART, JAMES RICE; serial# O-430576, previous serial# 13013941. Order Military Aviation Incident Report here.
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Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/84553817/james-rice-everhart : accessed ), memorial page for 2LT James Rice “Jimmy” Everhart (8 Sep 1915–18 May 1942), Find a Grave Memorial ID 84553817, citing Sylvan Heights Cemetery, Oliver, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, USA ; Maintained by CathyAnnCarr (contributor 46923839) .