Parker held captive after B-17 hit

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It’s the kind of ordeal that no human being would ever want to undergo, yet being held as a prisoner of war in an enemy camp does admittedly make for a great story. According to Danny Parker of Uvalde, his late father, Jack, was a sergeant in the U.S. Air Corp during World War II flying a mission over Austria when his B-17 Flying Fortress went down.
 
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