ALBERT D. MCFALL, CDR, USN
Birthdate & Date of Loss
|Date of birth:||March 12, 1927|
|Date of death:||December 6, 1966|
From the 1950 Lucky Bag:
ALBERT DODGE MCFALL
A true Southerner, even if only by choice . . . fully capable of taking life easy at all times . . . at his best in the middle of a gay party or on the dance floor with his Jacksonville OAO . . . really put out for academics . . . some days you just couldn't make a nickel . . . born with a great sense of humor . . . good natured and diplomatic in any situation . . . a reliable man on the Batt wrestling team and ever ready for a game of handball . . . "How's about a little bridge, boys?" . . . a true Frenchman unless there is a different story . . . red hair and a long frame . . . Sky Anchors Aweigh . . . anyway you look at it, Mac is a sure bet for success.
From USNA 1950:
Dodge McFall failed to return to USS Bon Homme Richard from a night training flight off San Diego. He was commaning officer of VA-76. Pete Boney closed his remarks with, "Many of us lost a close friend, our class lost an outstanding member, and the Navy has lost one of its finest officers...."
Distinguished Flying Cross
Unable to find citation for DFC, but listed on headstone.
|Class of 1950|
|Albert is one of 35 members of the Class of 1950 in Memorial Hall.|
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