Cyborski, Raymond Joseph, 1st Lt

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Last Rank
First Lieutenant
Last Primary AFSC/MOS
AAF MOS 1082-Pilot, B-26
Last AFSC Group
Pilot (Officer)
Primary Unit
1950-Present, MIA Asia
Service Years
1949 - 1950
Officer Collar Insignia
First Lieutenant

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Casualty Info
Home Town
Chicago, Illinois
Last Address
Not Specified

Casualty Date
Aug 30, 1950
Hostile, Died while Missing
Air Loss, Crash - Sea
Korea, North
Korean War
Location of Interment
Not Specified
Wall/Plot Coordinates
Not Specified

 Official Badges 

 Unofficial Badges 

 Military Association Memberships
Korean War FallenState of Ohio Korean War Memorial
  1950, Korean War Fallen
  2016, State of Ohio Korean War Memorial [Verified]

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Aviator (Basic)

 Unit Assignments/ Advancement Schools
3rd Bomb Wing8th Bombardment SquadronUS Air Force
  1950-1950, 3rd Bomb Wing
  1950-1950, 8th Bombardment Squadron
  1950-Present, MIA Asia
 Combat and Non-Combat Operations
  1950-1950 Korean War
 My Aircraft/Missiles
B-26 Marauder  
  1950-1950, B-26 Marauder
 Additional Information
Last Known Activity
First Lieutenant Cyborski was a pilot on a B-26 Invader with the 8th Bomber Squadron, 3rd Bomber Group. On June 28, 1950, while on a combat mission, the flight instruments on his aircraft malfunctioned and the bomber crashed into the Yellow Sea.

"The First American Losses of the Korean War:
On 28 June 1950 six airmen became the first Americans to lose their lives in defense of the Republic of Korea. They flew B-26 Invader light bombers assigned to the 3rd Bombardment Wing, and F-82G 'Twin Mustangs' from the 339th Fighter Squadron (All Weather), 5th Air Force, operating from Japan. In terrible weather, 5th Air Force launched heavily laden B-26's to attack the Munsan rail yards and F-82's to protect the freighter Reinholt evacuating non-combatnants. Two B-26's and one F-82 were lost during the mission, killing six crewmembers aboard."

(Important to note that they, in fact, were not the first to die in that war.

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