This came to me from late uncles collection , and was the first piece that i fully researched and finally made contact with the guys family . Lt Phanor Breslee Waters KIA 23rd September 1944 , while flying air cover over Holland .His aircraft was called "Gracie" and its serial number was 44-7094 His MACR was filed by Lt Col J C Meyers , quote " Lt Waters was a member of red flight led by Capt Johnson , consisting of Lts Clark and Ayers . When Lt Col Meyer ,squadron leader was in the vicinity of Hengelo, he was called by Capt Johnsonat about 17.30 hrs who asked his posistion and gave that of his flight as vicinity Almelo. Capt Johnson said he was taking a heading of 270 . A short while later LT Taylor heard what he thought was Capt Johnson telling his flight to "break" Nothing else was heard or is known concerning the flights failure to return " Lt Waters cadet pic His aircraft that he lost his life in . Lt Pickering , standing on the port side of " Gracie " Grave marker in Margarten cemetery , with a card i had left at the marker .