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Dorothy arrived at her desk several hours before the first four planes landed. She had been awakened in the middle of the night by the sound of the Wellingtons taking off. After she left Paul at the gate she presumed that everyone would get a good night’s sleep and would resume duties in the morning. Once she heard the roar of the bombers she knew she was wrong. She didn’t like the ominous feelings that she was experiencing.

With her third cup of coffee in hand, she went to the window and nervously watched as two more planes landed. Paul's bomber was not among them.

The words, “Paul, where are you?” escaped ever so quietly from her lips.

A half hour later, a plane that had been severely damaged, landed. Another landed with just one landing gear and skidded to a stop at the end of the runway. That was eight of the ten planes that returned and still Paul was not among them.