|Monument Name||T/R Number|
|Monument B-24H 42-52123 ‘Thirty Day Furlough’||T3309|
|May 4, 1990||Hoofdstraat||Exloo||7875 AD||Drenthe|
The monument consists of a cleft boulder with an informative inscription, placed on a paved surface. In addition to this big boulder, local forest ranger Meelker of Staatsbosbeheer placed during 1946/1947 ten smaller boulders at the crash site. Next to each boulder a beech tree was planted. An informative sign is on site.
The monument is dedicated to the ten crew members of a USAAF Liberator B-24 bomber who were killed when their ship crashed here on January 11, 1944 during the Second World War. 2/Lt. J.E. Urban (†) 2/Lt. A.P. Anthony (†) 2/Lt. F. Brenner (†) 2/Lt. S. Friedman (†) S/Sgt. H.M. Smith (†) S/Sgt. W. Mc Clellan (†) S/Sgt. J.B. Deffner (†) S/Sgt. G. Petula (†) T/Sgt. R.D. Barber (†) S/Sgt. J.J. Kelly (†)