North of Logan Airport in Boston, United States, there is a memorial for air force pilot James O. Conway, who died in 1954.
The memorial stone bears this inscription:
First Lt. James O. Conway Pilot, Air National Guard, 101st Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 2 October 1954. First Lieutenant James O. Conway gave his life to protect the Bayswater Street neighborhood. Lt. Conway remained at the controls of his disabled aircraft rather than abandon his plane and risk the lives of others. His heroism, courage and personal sacrifice reflect the highest credit upon himself and the Massachusetts Air National Guard.