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Was Jack W Crow the only Native American fighter pilot in World War 2?

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The answer is NO. In the 325th Fighter Group, 15th Air Force, we had a Native American Fighter Pilot named Hiawatha Mohawk. He flew in both the P-47 and the P-51 and had one victory in each of these aircraft. His aircraft group number was 79. I agree. There was also Major Richard Pierre Hogner. See: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Hogner&GScid=2154090&GRid=13606801& Can anyone give me more information about him - he was my wife´s second cousin and I am very interested in ancestry and would like to fill in this gap. Per Svantesson, 574 98 NYE, Sweden e-mail:csepelle@citynetv.se

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