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Decorated veteran revived wartime radio skills (Pennsylvania)
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When the doors of his B-24 bomber were sheared during a mission through the Zuiderzee, a narrow channel in the North Sea with anti-aircraft guns on each side that airmen dubbed Flak Alley, Bob Jordan took off his parachute to be able to reach out and kick the door loose as the gunner held him by his harness.


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