Frank was a parachute rigger and repairman Dept 620 Ser # 31159819 Corporal He completed training at Chanute Field in December 1942 February 15,1943 … Donald L Bock
I retyped the original letter written to my grand parents Mayme and CF Bock after the war by crewmate Fred Petitt of Cloer Crew after his release as a … Dahlstedt , Richard R "Scotty"
"Scotty" Dahlstedt was with the 512th of the 376th. Stationed in Libya at "Berka 2" near Benghazi and then into Italy. John J. Berberich
My Grandfather John Berberich was a member of the 515th SQ. At first, when the group was stationed in Benghazi, Libya, he was a ground crew member. Later … TSgt Alfred W. Young, Jr.
My father, Alfred W. Young, Jr., was a radio operator/gunner with the 514th Bomb Squadron on the Edward F. McGlynn, Jr. and the Marvin Ehrenberg crews. … Flight Officer Edward F. "Mac" McGlynn, Jr.
Mac McGlynn sent a letter to my father (standing second from right in picture) in June 1945 telling him about the day he was shot down. I used Mac's letter … Alfred W. Young, Jr.
Alfred Young was a radio operator/gunner in the 514th Squadron. He was assigned to the Flight Officer Edward McGlynn crew at Westover Field, Massachusetts, … TSGT DONALD S. NELSON, 13072657 Engineer
TSgt Donald Nelson was my Mother's 1st Cousin. (Sara Belle Schadewald - Runkles). Their Mothers were sisters. Donald was from Baltimore, MD. His father … john younkin Not rated yet
my uncle john was a tail gunner flew with pilot hugh dale and co-pilot don talley 515sqdrn 376 bg all of my family are very proud of his service … Robert D. Wagor Not rated yet
My brother, Bob, enlisted in January 1942 and after Basic Training, Mechanics and Gunnery School, was assigned to William McCain's B-24 crew at Davis Monthan … TSgt Alfred W. Young, Jr, 376th HBG & TSgt Charles H. MacElroy III, 450th HBG Not rated yet
My father, Alfred W. Young, Jr, flew his first combat sortie with the 514th Squadron on January 19, 1945, to bomb the Brod, Yugoslavia, Marshalling Yards … Hale Edward E 38370711 Nose Not rated yet
Ed Hale was a nose/tail(?) gunner in WW2 European campaign. He was shot down twice, with the final time resulting in capture and internment in a German … Click here to write your own.