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Christine Albert, Chris Gage and Steve Brooks in memory of 2nd Lieutenant Richard A. Albert
and all of those who have lost their lives in our nation's wars. 

On October 9, 2010 at 3 PM Christine and Chris took part in the dedication of a memorial to Lt. Albert and Lt. Roger A. Phillips, who lost their lives in a collision of their P-47 Thunderbolts during a training mission over Wangford, England on February 5, 1944.  The memorial is in the village of Wangford and Albert and Gage also performed in concert at the community center later that night.     

"Wings of War" now available at

"The Wings of War Story"
by Christine Albert

Press Release
(doc)       (pdf)


Christine Albert - vocals
Chris Gage - vocals, guitar, organ
David Carroll - vocals (also playing bass in the video)
Brad Fordham - bass
Steve Samuel - drums

Produced and Recorded by Chris Gage at MoonHouse Studio, Austin, TX
Mastered by Nick Landis at Terra Nova Digital Audio, Austin, TX
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Watch a short video of the ritual at the cemetery in Cambridge      windows          mac

The Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund was established in 2000 to provide financial support for the dependents of United States military personnel lost in performance of their duty.

Airbase where Lt. Albert and the 56th Fighter Group were stationed.

Cambridge American Cemetery and Memorial page on the American Battle Monuments website.

Wangford, UK, the village in England where Lt. Albert's plane went down, and the site of the memorial in the photo at the bottom of this page.

A riveting documentary produced by David Grosvenor in Austin, Texas.  David's father also flew with the 56th Fighter Group and David's research led to the discovery of the memorial in Wangford, England.  Thanks David!

Wings of War

(Christine Albert, Chris Gage, Steve Brooks)
Sutters Gold Music (BMI), Golly Gee Music (ASCAP), Steve Brooks (BMI)

The fifth of February 1944
An airmanís plane came crashing
It shook the ocean floor
Upon the plains of England
He sleeps beneath his name
He never saw the falls
Of the Niagara again

His father worked the city desk
Each day he read the list
Heíd print for all the families
Of the boys who would be missed
He read one name a second time
Then walked ten blocks alone
To tell his wife her baby boy
Would not be coming home

Rest your head fallen hero
Over on that foreign shore
May you wear the wings of angels
As you wore the wings of war

The 9th day of October
Sixty years have passed
A fleet of marble crosses
Floats on a sea of grass
Iíve come to find my uncle
His name is hard to see
Till we rub it with some sand
From the beach at Normandy

I wish that my grandparents
Were standing by my side
They never came to Cambridge
The water was too wide
Our name will rest forever
Upon this field of stone
But in my heart my uncle
Is finally coming home

Rest your head fallen hero
Over on that foreign shore
May you wear the wings of angels
As you wore the wings of war
May you wear the wings of angels
As you wore the wings of war


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