Tulsa, OK Army Training Plane Crash, Jan 1946

ARMY TRAINING PLANE CRASHES, KILLS FIVE.

Phoenix, Ariz. Jan. 31 (AP) - Names of five crewmen killed in a plane crash Tuesday night near Tulsa were released yesterday by Williams Field near here, home base of crew and ship.
The plane, an AT-7 twin engine trainer, crashed eight miles northeast of Oklahoma City, killing all aboard. No details were available here pending a board of inquiry's findings.
Dead were:
the pilot Capt. GEORGE W. WALLACE, JR., 24, of Fort Worth, Texas.
First Lt. JOHN D. WHALEN, 28, of Fallon, Nev.
Second Lt. KENNETH F. PIERCE, 21, Braintree, Mass.
Tech. Sgt. PAUL R. SCOTT, 23, Beloit, Wis.
and Tech. Sgt. KENNETH W. DONBROCK, 24, of Phoenix, Ariz.

The Decatur Daily Review Illinois 1946-01-31