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SGT  Garnet E. SYMINGTON

UNIT: 418th BOMB Sqdn POSITION: BTG
SERIAL #: STATUS: CPT
MACR:

Comments1: 26 AUG 44 BREST, GROUND DEFENSES

COMMENTS & NOTES

MEMO 1:

CREW

1st Lt Harry E. Bethea            P  RFS     4 AUG 44 Physically disqualified from flying on 4/8/44                  sn#0-1040875
2nd Lt Leonard F.Coleman     CP  CPT   25 AUG 44 POLITZ (as 1st Pilot with Lt Rumley Crew)  see below sn#0-761887
2nd Lt Robert W.Barry        NAV POW 28 JUL 44  MERSEBURG(With Lt Noble Crew, see below )             sn#0-704573
2nd Lt George L.Reid          BOM NOC                                                                                              sn#0-673807
S/Sgt Robert A.Vance        ROG CPT   10 JAN 45  COLOGNE                                                              sn#13052706
S/Sgt William R.Hellen         TTE CPT   17 JAN 45  HAMBURG                                                              sn#38327782
Sgt Garnet E.Symington       BTG CPT   26 AUG 44 BREST (with Lt. Wesley Carlton Crew)                      sn#17114462
Sgt Edward A.Skapin            WG NOC                                                                                             sn#15324676
Sgt Carl C.Dobbins                WG CPT     27 SEPT 44 MAINZ                                                              sn#34603119
Sgt Donald W. Harris              TG NOC                                                                                             sn#37659812

418th Sqdn. Crew,as above, joined the 100th Group on 7/4/44. Crew flew plane possibly named "Who Done It" 42-97090
On 4/8/44, Bethea was grounded and sent to Medical Board for Observation. On 25/8/44, Lt F.Coleman was flying as pilot of a crew comprised mostly of men from the  M.C.Rumley crew. Lt Bethea flies last msison with this Crew on May 29, 1944.  Crew and Families say Lt Bethea was taken off of flying status in early June 1944 due to nervous breakdwon but returned to flying again in July 1944 only to be Removed from flying status permenately on 4 AUG 44. (this is from Crew and Family members).

Plane "Who Done It " is only mentioned in Lt Coleman's letter. Seemed to be just as he arrived in Europe. He did take his final combat training at Thorpe Abbott.

MISSIONS OF LT BETHEA: CREW LISTED ABOVE FLEW ALL MISSIONS FROM APRIL 24-MAY 29TH, 1944

Date       Aircraft Nbr                                  Target
5/1/1944   97090 "Who Done It"                   SAARGUEMINES/WIZERNES
5/7/1944   97090 "Who Done It"                   BERLIN
5/8/1944   97090 "Who Done It"                   BERLIN & LAGLACERIE
5/9/1944   97090 "Who Done It"                   LAON/COUVRON; ANTHIES
5/11/1944 97090 "Who Done It"                   LIEGE
5/19/1944 97090 "Who Done It"                   BERLIN
5/20/1944 32090 SILVER DOLLAR                  BRUSSELS
5/25/1944 97090 "Who Done It"                   BRUSSELS
5/27/1944 97090 "Who Done It"                   STRASBOURG
5/28/1944 97090 "Who Done It"                   MAGDEBURG
5/29/1944 97071 ANDY'S DANDY'S                LEIPZIG
7/13/1944 97230 LAY OR BUST                     MUNICH (JET ENGINES)

Date         Last Name Initial Rank Position         A/C Nbr  Target
7/13/1944 KAMINSKI L.J. TG TG                     97230 MUNICH (JET ENGINES)
7/13/1944 HELMIN P.V. LWG LWG                  97230 MUNICH (JET ENGINES)
7/13/1944 KOCZENT N.T. RWG RWG              97230 MUNICH (JET ENGINES)
7/13/1944 KAASA R.P. BTG BTG                    97230 MUNICH (JET ENGINES)
7/13/1944 SMITH F.G. TTE TTE                     97230 MUNICH (JET ENGINES)
7/13/1944 HARRIS R.E. ROG ROG                   97230 MUNICH (JET ENGINES)
7/13/1944 LOWANS W.F. BOM BOM               97230 MUNICH (JET ENGINES)
7/13/1944 RADULEVICH M. LT NAV                97230 MUNICH (JET ENGINES)
7/13/1944 COLEMAN L.E. LT CP                     97230 MUNICH (JET ENGINES)
7/13/1944 BETHEA H.E. LT P                         97230 MUNICH (JET ENGINES)
                   A/C 97230 LAY OR BUST

7/14/1944 78 160 BETHEA H.E. LT P 6092 SOUTH OF FRANCE

Date       Last Name Initial Rank Position         Aircraft Nbr Target
7/14/1944 KAMINSKI L.J. S/SGT TG                6092 SOUTH OF FRANCE
7/14/1944 HELMIN P.V. S/SGT LWG               6092 SOUTH OF FRANCE
7/14/1944 KOCZENT N.T. S/SGT RWG            6092 SOUTH OF FRANCE
7/14/1944 KAASA R.P. S/SGT BTG                  6092 SOUTH OF FRANCE
7/14/1944 SMITH F.G. T/SGT TTE                  6092 SOUTH OF FRANCE
7/14/1944 HARRIS R.E. T/SGT ROG                6092 SOUTH OF FRANCE
7/14/1944 LOWANS W.F. LT BOM                  6092 SOUTH OF FRANCE
7/14/1944 RADULEVICH M. LT NAV                6092 SOUTH OF FRANCE
7/14/1944 COLEMAN L.E. LT CP                     6092 SOUTH OF FRANCE
7/14/1944 BETHEA H.E. LT P                        6092 SOUTH OF FRANCE
6092   Dixie’s Delight

7/19/1944 93 163 BETHEA H.E. LT P 102649 SCHWEINFURT & DUREN

Date Last Name Initial Rank Position                       Aircraft Nbr Target
7/19/1944 CARGILE D.M. S/SGT TG                      102649 SCHWEINFURT & DUREN
7/19/1944 SKAPIN E.A. S/SGT LWG                      102649 SCHWEINFURT & DUREN
7/19/1944 DOBBINS C.C. S/SGT RWG                    102649 SCHWEINFURT & DUREN
7/19/1944 BEHR W.T. S/SGT BTG                         102649 SCHWEINFURT & DUREN
7/19/1944 HELLEN W.R. T/SGT TTE                     102649 SCHWEINFURT & DUREN
7/19/1944 VANCE R.A. T/SGT ROG                       102649 SCHWEINFURT & DUREN
7/19/1944 HEGGE D.N. LT BOM                            102649 SCHWEINFURT & DUREN
7/19/1944 MEARS H.S. LT NAV                             102649 SCHWEINFURT & DUREN
7/19/1944 TALBERT E.F. LT CP                            102649 SCHWEINFURT & DUREN
7/19/1944 BETHEA H.E. LT P                               102649 SCHWEINFURT & DUREN
              A/C 102649  LADY GERALDINE

7/20/1944 83 164 BETHEA H.E. LT P 37935 MERSEBURG

Date       Last Name Initial Rank Position               Aircraft Nbr Target
7/20/1944 CARGILE D.M. S/SGT TG                      37935 MERSEBURG
7/20/1944 SKAPIN E.A. S/SGT LWG                      37935 MERSEBURG
7/20/1944 DOBBINS C.C. S/SGT RWG                    37935 MERSEBURG
7/20/1944 BEHR W.T. S/SGT BTG                         37935 MERSEBURG
7/20/1944 HELLEN W.R. T/SGT TTE                      37935 MERSEBURG
7/20/1944 VANCE R.A. T/SGT ROG                        37935 MERSEBURG
7/20/1944 HEGGE D.N. LT BOM                             37935 MERSEBURG
7/20/1944 MEARS H.S. LT NAV                             37935 MERSEBURG
7/20/1944 TALBERT E.F. LT CP                             37935 MERSEBURG
7/20/1944 BETHEA H.E. LT P                                37935 MERSEBURG


7/21/1944 93 165 BETHEA H.E. LT P 37935 REGENSBURG

Date       Last Name Initial Rank Position                Aircraft Nbr Target
7/21/1944 DEVINE B.J. S/SGT TG                          37935 REGENSBURG
7/21/1944 SKAPIN E.A. S/SGT LWG                       37935 REGENSBURG
7/21/1944 DOBBINS C.C. S/SGT RWG                     37935 REGENSBURG
7/21/1944 BEHR W.T. S/SGT BTG                          37935 REGENSBURG
7/21/1944 HELLEN W.R. T/SGT TTE                      37935 REGENSBURG
7/21/1944 VANCE R.A. T/SGT ROG                        37935 REGENSBURG
7/21/1944 HEGGE D.N. LT BOM                             37935 REGENSBURG
7/21/1944 STOCKTON M.A. LT NAV                       37935 REGENSBURG
7/21/1944 TALBERT E.F. LT CP                             37935 REGENSBURG
7/21/1944 BETHEA H.E. LT P                                37935 REGENSBURG

7/31/1944 75 170 BETHEA H.E. LT P 37935 MUNICH (AERO ENGINES)

Date       Last Name Initial Rank Position                Aircraft Nbr Target
7/31/1944 STEIN W.E. S/SGT TG                          37935 MUNICH (AERO ENGINES)
7/31/1944 WALSH R.E. S/SGT RWG                       37935 MUNICH (AERO ENGINES)
7/31/1944 PRYOR R.E. S/SGT BTG                        37935 MUNICH (AERO ENGINES)
7/31/1944 HELLEN W.R. T/SGT TTE                      37935 MUNICH (AERO ENGINES)
7/31/1944 VANCE R.A. T/SGT ROG                       37935 MUNICH (AERO ENGINES)
7/31/1944 MCKENZIE T.A. LT BOM                        37935 MUNICH (AERO ENGINES)
7/31/1944 KOBASKY W.C. LT NAV                        37935 MUNICH (AERO ENGINES)
7/31/1944 CROWLEY T.J. LT CP                           37935 MUNICH (AERO ENGINES)
7/31/1944 BETHEA H.E. LT P                               37935 MUNICH (AERO ENGINES)


                                    Combat Diary of Lt Leonard Coleman:

April 23, 1944
Today Started my tour of operational combat duty in the E.T.O. Our crew was put on operations yesterday and was alerted for the mission today.  Get up was 0300 hrs and was briefed at 0400 hrs on a target S.W. of Berlin.  The target was a synthetic Oil plant south of Leipzig, Germany. The mission was scrubbed 40 minutes before take off time.  Was rather glad it was as it being my first mission it was rather long and heavy flak most of the way.  Alerted again for tomorrow.

April 24, 1944         Mission No. 1
Went on my first mission today.  The raid was on Friedrichshaven, Germany. Hit the target and it was completely destroyed. Had some flak over the target.  We got two flak holes in our ship. No enemy fighters came up.  The raid was very long being in the air about 9 hrs.

April 25, 1944        Mission No. 2
Went out again today. The target a Junkers assembly and repairs plant at Dijon, France.  WE encountered no flak over the target but had none on the way out over the French coast.  Our fighter cover was good and no enemy fighters appeared. I would just as soon I never see a German fighter.

April 26, 1944
Didn't have to fly today, it felt good to get to sleep most of the day. I was kind of tired after flying two missions in two days.  We are alerted for tomorrowso will probably go out again.

April 27, 1944     Mission No. 3 & 4
Today has been a long day. We did something today that the Eighth Air Force hasn't done before.  We made one raid and then landed the plane and made the second raid this afternoon. Our first mission was a short run over the Channel to bomb a secret instillation (V-1 rockets…mpf) on the French coast. It is believed to be a rocket instillation.  The flak was pretty heavy and very accurate. We didn't get any hits.  The second mission we took off at 1500 hrs and bombed an airfield in France, it was just south of Luxemburg & west of the German border. I saw two B-17's go down on this trip  One was from our Group the the other was from another Group. The flak was quite heavy over the target but we managed to dodge it all. We got up at 0300 hrs this morning and didn't get back until 2300 hrs so we had quite a long day. We logged 13 hrs flying time.  We are going on a two day pass in the morning so will have a little next.

April 28, 29, 30, 1944
Went to London on pass and had a very good time.  That townis really something . It was good to get away from the base.

May 1, 1944. Mission  No. 5
Today wsa my day to get the air medal. Completed my fifth mission. Bombed a marshalling yard in Western Germany (Saarabrucken). Did a good job.  Today was the first time I have seen enemy fighters, four ME 109"s attacked our squadron.  The Plane on our right wing got aqbout 3/4ths of his rudder shot off.  They missed our plane completely but passed just over our head.  They really come through fast when they attack.

May 7, 1944, Mission No. 6
Today we hit the big target, BERLIN. It was a pretty long haul. Our first raid in 6 days. They really dropped a lot of bombs on Berlin. The flak was really bad. Going in on the bomb run it just looked like a solid wall. I can't see how planes can get through so much flak without getytin hit more thatn they do. We got about four hits on our plane. We lost one plane today. We are alerted tonight so will probably go out again tomorrow.

May 8, 1944, Mission No. 7
Today was BERLIN again. We had to come back before we got to the target. We came back alone from about 125 miles inside of Germany. I guess they really had a rough time over the city today with a lot of fighter attacks. We didn't lose any planes.

May 9, 1944 Miission No. 8
This was really a good mission. Went to LAON/COUVRON an airport in Eastern France. Hit the target and done a good job. Didn't see any flak or fighters.

May 10, 1944
Today we started to a target in Germany.  Ran into bad weather about the time we got to the enemy coast so had to trun around and come back,

May 11, 1944 Mission No. 9
Went on my ninth mission this afternoon. Bombed a marshalling yard at Liege, Belgium. I think we hit the target. There was a lot of smoke down there. We ran into some pretty bad flak.  About the most accurate I have seen. WE got 3 holes in our plane. One plane in our group got a direct hit by an 88mm.  It exploded in mid air.  Saw about 4 chutes come out of it.

May 25, 1944     Mission No. 10
Flew my first mission today in about two weeks.  Bombed a Marshalling yard at Brussels, Belgium. It was a pretty easy mission, not much flak.

May 27, 1944     Mission No. 11
Bombed a target at STRASSBOURG,in southern France today.  The target was a D.B. Engine parts plant.  Had some pretty good flak not too accurate.  Got 3 holes in the left wing.

May 28, 1944     Mission No. 12
Had a pretty rough day today. The target was a synthetic oil plant at Magdeburg, Germany.  I guess the Germanys didn't want it bombed very bad. They sure as hell tried to keep us from hitting it. German fighters hit us just before we got to the target. Those boys really come in on us. They made about 4 passes one wave after another all in less than 3 minutes. The lead ship we were flying off from went down. We got one engine hit and had to feather it.  We flew all the way back on three engines, This 17 flies pretty good on three engines. That’s the first time I have had to fly one on three engines.  The group ahead of us lost about 8 planes.  Guess we were pretty lucky. Our ball turrret gunner got one ME 109.  The tail gunner got a probable.

May 29, 1944   Mission No. 13
Our target today was an oil refinery and storage plant in Leipzig, Germany another pretty trip.  The flak was pretty bad. We only lost one ship. Picked up a couple of flak holes in our plane.

June 6, 1944   Mission  No. 14
Today was the big day. Our Group flew two missions. Our target was the town of FALAISE, France. The weather was very poor. Onoy got one look at the channel on the way over. There were sure a lot of boasts at the beachhead. We didn't encounter any enemy opposition.

Crew on June 6, 1944 A/C 42-97673 "LUCKY LASS"
FORYSTHE W.C. CAPT      P 6/6/1944 FALAISE/OUISTREHAM
COLEMAN L.F. LT            CP 6/6/1944 FALAISE/OUISTREHAM
MILLER R.E. LT             NAV 6/6/1944 FALAISE/OUISTREHAM
FOX B.S LT                  BOM 6/6/1944 FALAISE/OUISTREHAM
DOBBINS C.C. S/SGT    RWG 6/6/1944 FALAISE/OUISTREHAM
HARRIS D.W. S/SGT        TG 6/6/1944 FALAISE/OUISTREHAM
HELLEN W.R. T/SGT      TTE 6/6/1944 FALAISE/OUISTREHAM
SKAPIN E.A. S/SGT       LWG 6/6/1944 FALAISE/OUISTREHAM
SYMINGTON G.E. S/SGT BTG 6/6/1944 FALAISE/OUISTREHAM
VANCE R.A. T/SGT         ROG 6/6/1944 FALAISE/OUISTREHAM

June 8, 1944   Mission No. 15
The target today was a railroad yard at Tours, France.  We got a little flak over the target outside of that we had no opposition. Our crew led the 13th Combat Wing. I had another experience. I rode as tail gunner for the purpose of directing the formation (Formation Officer…mpf).  The tail isn't a bad place to ride but I would rather be in the cockpit.

Crew on June 8, 1944  A/C 2106986 "SACK ARTIST"
BATTISTA R.E. LT          COM NAV 6/8/1944 TOURS (BRIDGES) 106986
COLEMAN L.F. LT                     CP 6/8/1944 TOURS (BRIDGES) 106986
DOBBINS C.C. S/SGT             RWG 6/8/1944 TOURS (BRIDGES) 106986
FORYSTHE W.C. CAPT                P 6/8/1944 TOURS (BRIDGES) 106986
FOX B.S LT                           BOM 6/8/1944 TOURS (BRIDGES) 106986
FULLER (COM) M.C. MAJ     COM PILOT 6/8/1944 TOURS (BRIDGES) 106986
HARRIS D.W. S/SGT                TG 6/8/1944 TOURS (BRIDGES) 106986
HELLEN W.R. T/SGT              TTE 6/8/1944 TOURS (BRIDGES) 106986
MILLER R.E. LT                     NAV 6/8/1944 TOURS (BRIDGES) 106986
SKAPIN E.A. S/SGT              LWG 6/8/1944 TOURS (BRIDGES) 106986
SYMINGTON G.E. S/SGT        BTG 6/8/1944 TOURS (BRIDGES) 106986
VANCE R.A. T/SGT                ROG 6/8/1944 TOURS (BRIDGES) 106986 


S/SGT SYMINGTON GOES TO LT HENRY SMITH/WESLEY CARLTON CREW:

CAPT. HENRY F. SMITH                   P CPT   DATE & MISSION UNK
1ST LT WESLEY R. CARLTON         CP KIA    11 SEP 44 RUHLAND  
2ND LT MARK M. HERTZ          NAV/BOM POW   28 JUL 44 MERSEBURG    SN# 0-700104  (see note below)
T/SGT MILTON S. EDELSTEIN      ROG KIA    11 SEP 44 RUHLAND  
T/SGT HIKE B. BAGDASIAN          TTE KIA    11 SEP 44 RUHLAND 
SGT GARNET E. SYMINGTON            BTG CPT   26 AUG 44 BREST (FLEW 18 MISSIONS WITH THIS CREW, ORIGINAL CREW LT BETHEA)
S/SGT PAUL J. HAHN                      LWG NOC   (FLEW 12 MISSIONS CAPT SMITH CREW, THEN TO SPARE GUNNERS POOL)
S/SGT WILLIAM U. SCHAEFER      RWG KIA    11 SEP 44 RUHLAND  
S/SGT GEORGE E. WATROUS         TG KIA    11 SEP 44 RUHLAND  

350th Sqdn. Crew as of June 1944. Crew flew 14 mission in A/C 42-31991 MISS-CHIEF .
It appears this crew used a toggelier for many missions until July 18, 1944 when Lt Eppendorf became the permanent bombardier. CAPT SMITH WAS A GROUP COMMAND PILOT FROM JUNE 1944 UNTIL COMPLETION OF TOUR.  He left the Crew after the June 25th Maquis Supply drop and the crew flew three missions with Lt G.W. Clark (original CP with Lt Tiahrt Crew) as pilot before Lt Wesley Carlton took over the Crew.  2nd Lt Hertz shows up in records as flying as the Navigator on this Crew but  left the crew after the July 8, 1944 Clamecy-Joigny mission to become a Pathfinder Bombardier (Lead Crew) with the 100th Bomb Group and the 95th Bomb Group. Capt. Smith became 350th Bomb Squadron Operations Officer in Sept. 1944.  

MISSION LIST OF CAPT. HENRY SMITH AND LT. WESLEY CARLTON

#      DATE                 TARGET                       PILOT/COPILOT      A/C NUMBER             A/C NAME

1.     18/6/44              MITBURG                      LT. SMITH                2102695                NO NAME
                                                                    LT. W. CARLTON-CP
2.     19/6/44              CORME ECLUSE             LT. SMITH                232009                  BLACK CAT 13
                                                                   LT. W. CARLTON-CP
3.     20/6/44              FALLERSLEBEN              LT. SMITH                231991                  MISS-CHIEF
                                                                   LT. W. CARLTON-CP
4.     24/6/44              GRAND COURONNE        LT. SMITH                231049                  SUPERSTITIOUS ALOYSIOUS
                                                                   LT. W. CARLTON-CP
5.     25/6/44              MAQUIS SUPPLY DROP   LT SMITH                 231074                  CAHEPIT
                                                                    LT W. CARLTON-CP
6.      6/7/44               FLEURY                        LT. G.W. CLARK        231991                  MISS-CHIEF
                                                                    LT. W. CARLTON-CP
7.      8/7/44               CLAMECY-JOIGNY         LT. G.W. CLARK        231991                   MISS-CHIEF
                                                                   LT. W. CARLTON-CP
LT HERTZ LEAVES CREW TO BECOME RADAR/NAVIGATOR

8.    11/7/44               MUNICH                       LT. G.W. CLARK        231991                    MISS-CHIEF
                                                                   LT. W. CARLTON-CP
9.    18/7/44               KIEL                            LT. W. CARLTON       231991                    MISS-CHIEF
                                                                   LT. G.C. MALCOM-CP
LT J.L. EPPENDORF BECOMES BOMBARDIER ON THIS CREW

10.  20/7/44               MERSEBURG                  LT. W. CARLTON       231991                   MISS-CHIEF
                                                                   LT. R. DYKEMAN-CP
11.  21/7/44               REGENSBURG                LT. W. CARLTON       231991                    MISS-CHIEF
                                                                   LT. R. DYKEMAN-CP
12.  24/7/44               ST LO                          LT. W. CARLTON       231991                    MISS-CHIEF
                                                                   LT. R. DYKEMAN-CP
CREW REDUCED TO 9 MEN, S/SGT P.J. HAHN IS TAKEN OFF THE CREW AND SENT TO SPARE GUNNERS POOL 

13.  25/7/44               ST LO                          LT. W. CARLTON        231991                   MISS-CHIEF
                                                                   LT. R. DYKEMAN-CP (Lt Dykeman is KIA on July 29, 1944 with Fitzroy Crew)
14.  31/7/44              MUNICH                        LT. W. CARLTON       231991                    MISS-CHIEF
                                                                   LT. E.F. NEU ?-CP
15.    2/8/44             TERGNIER                      LT. W. CARLTON       231991                     MISS-CHIEF
                                                                   LT. E.F. NEU ?-CP
16.   3/8/44              TROYES                        LT. W. CARLTON       297924                     PARTY TONIGHT
                                                                  LT. E.F. NEU ?-CP
17.   4/8/44              HAMBURG                      LT. W. CARLTON       338043                     NO NAME                               
                                                                   LT. E.F. NEU-CP
18.   5/8/44              MAGDEBURG                  LT. W. CARLTON       231991                     MISS-CHIEF
                                                                   LT. E.F. NEU-CP 
19.   6/8/44              BERLIN                           LT. W. CARLTON      46089                       LEADING LADY       
                                                                   LT. E.F. NEU-CP 
20.   7/8/44              BEAUTOR                       LT. W. CARLTON       337882                    HAPPY-GO-LUCKY
                                                                   LT. E.F. NEU-CP 
21.  26/8/44             BREST                            LT. W. CARLTON       46089                      LEADING LADY
                                                                   LT. E.F. NEU-CP 
SGT G.E. SYMINGTON COMPLETES 35 MISSIONS AND IS REPLACED ON THE CREW BY S/SGT R.E.JACOBSON

MEMO 2:

KIA / MIA / EVA / INT INFORMATION:

TARGET: DATE:  
AIRCRAFT: CAUSE:  

BURIAL INFORMATION

PLOT: ROW:  
GRAVE: CEMETERY:  

PHOTOS:

Kneeling: Harry Bethea (P), Leonard Coleman (CP), Robert Barry (NAV), George Reid (BOM)
Standing: William Hellen (TTE), Edward Skapin (WG), Robert Vance (ROG), Carl Dobbins (WG),
Donald Harris (TG), Garnet Symington (BTG)
Photo courtesy of Leonard Aubert - 8 Feb 2006

 

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Crew 1

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