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of World War II, Montague and his fellow fliers placed their personal punctuation mark at the close of the world's momentous clash of arms. Today, Montague, commonly known as "Monty," still reflects on the significance of that long ago moment when its anniversary rolls around. "I don't dwell on it," he says, "but I do remember the feeling of relief and happiness in knowing the war was over. There was sadness, too. We lost some wonderful squadron mates in those final days. "Especially painful to him was the death of the VBF 87's skipper on July 24 in action over Japan's Inland Sea. Also, two other comrades, division leaders like Montague, were shot down and lost the day after the Nagasaki A bomb strike. In Elkington, Md. , John W. "Wally" McNabb has his own memories. He flew the last plane in the attack formation and is credited as having dropped the last bomb of WWII from a carrier based plane.

for Pat and me. "Also, Pat's birthday is Aug. 8, and that's the date the second atomic bomb was dropped. " (The date is also often recorded as Aug. 9, presumably because of international dateline differences. )Johnson has also written about airman Brissette. "He was fresh out of boot camp when I took him for his first ever plane ride. Brissette ended up a prisoner in Hiroshima along with the crews of a B 29.

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One of them, 18 year old Norman R. Brissette from Massachusetts, had been Johnson's gunner when they were flying months earlier in a two seat SB2C dive bomber. Johnson, former roommate of Monty's aboard the "Big T," is now a retired journalist Adidas Yeezy 750 Boost Low who has previously written of his recollections: "I celebrate (Aug. 15) every year, faithfully. But not because of the war. It's the wedding anniversary Adidas Yeezy Ultra

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"I really didn't believe (the war was over) when we landed on the Big T," says McNabb. "We'd heard that before, and once we'd celebrated all night long. "When the Ticonderoga returned to the states in October and docked in Tacoma, Wash. , Mc Nabb was as a celebrity of sorts. "They sent a reporter a woman in slacks! to interview me, but I wasn't aboard at the time," he relates. "I understand three or four guys went down to meet her, claiming they were me. I never did see her. "McNabb served in the Navy for 20 years before becoming chief instructor for flight safety with IBM. "Remembering how short life was for our buddies, I think I'm the luckiest one just to be alive after 41 years of worldwide flying," he says. "Johnny" Johnson, another VBF 87 veteran, also remembers for somewhat different reasons. He was scheduled to fly on that fateful morning, but the cease fire came before he got off the deck. His memories, however, are in some ways even more piercing. They revolve around a little known story about the Hiroshima A bomb attack: the death of perhaps a dozen or more American airmen who were captives of the Japanese in Hiroshima at the time of the detonation.

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