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OTIS CIVILIAN ADVISORY COUNCIL MEMORIAL PARK

DEDICATE TO THOSE WHO LOST THEIR LIVES IN THE LINE OF DUTY

THIS PARK WAS ORIGINALLY FORMED WHEN ONE OF THE MANY CONSTELLATION AIRCRAFT AS SHOWN WENT DOWN AT SEA ON A MISSION. SINCE THEN WE HAVE ADDED MANY MORE MEMORIALS TO COAST GUARD, AIR FORCE, ARMY AND MARINE UNITS AND PERSONNEL.  THE PLANE AT LEFT CELEBRATED ITS 50TH ANNIVERSARY ON NOVEMBER 11, 2016

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Memorials at Otis Memorial Park

2019

12 Coast Guard pilots and air crewman who lost their lives from 1940 to 1960 in the line of duty.


50  Air Force air crewman of the 551st Airborne Early Warning and Control Wing.

                July 11, 1965 off  Nantucket 16 crewmen.

                April 25, 1967 Nantucket Island (Homey 82)  15 crewmen.

                November 11, 1966 125 miles East Nantucket ( Homey 64)  19 crewmen.


3 Air Force pilots of the 60th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, March, December 1968.


28 Air Force and Civilian Technicians, 4604th Support Squadron, January 15, 1961, Texas Tower No. 4 - perished at sea.


4 Coast Guard  crewmen of HH-3F CG 1432, lost their lives on February 1979, 260 miles southeast of Cape Cod.


1st Lieut. Gilbert B. Pelland, 101st Fighter Squadron Massachusetts Air National Guard August 25, 1949.


Captain Alan J. Lavoie, 101st Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Massachusetts Air National Guard June 6, 1983.


Sgt. Maj. Frederick B. Douglas, U.S. Marine Corp., killed in action Beirut, Lebanon October 23, 1983.


Dedicated to all  those that  served with and for the American Division.


Colonel Frank P. Williams,  organizer and Commanding Officer, 101st Medical Regiment, 26th Division Massachusetts National Guard, 1932.


LT. COL. Clifford D. Westcott, Commander Permanent Field Training Site, Massachusetts Air National Guard  1972.


Fr. John B.D. Valles, D.S.C. Chaplain 104th Infantry A.E.F., 1879-1920.


U.S. Air Force and Air National Guard, 50th Anniversary dedicated to all who served including the fifty who lost their lives.


551st AEW&C Wing Otis AFB, Cape Cod, MA. Dedicated to the men and women who supported or flew the RC121d & EC 121H, including the fifty of our group who made the ultimate sacrifice.


Otis Civilian Advisory Council in Honor and in the Memory of its members.


In Memory of Past Presidents of the Otis Civilian Advisory Council .

 

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