A crowd that included the family of the three airmen who were killed and Patriot Guard Riders viewed a historical marker  Saturday at the site of a 1966 Air Force B-58 bomber crash in McKinney. The marker is on Ky. 1562 in Lincoln County.
A crowd that included the family of the three airmen who were killed and Patriot Guard Riders viewed a historical marker Saturday at the site of a 1966 Air Force B-58 bomber crash in McKinney. The marker is on Ky. 1562 in Lincoln County.
A crowd that included the family of the three airmen who were killed and Patriot Guard Riders viewed a historical marker Saturday at the site of a 1966 Air Force B-58 bomber crash in McKinney. The marker is on Ky. 1562 in Lincoln County.

Roadside marker in Lincoln honors crewmen who died in 1966 bomber crash

June 23, 2012 05:00 PM

UPDATED June 24, 2012 07:02 AM

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