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Jesse O Adcock

Military

Assigned Dec 1944. Flew 55+ missions in B-17 as togglier. Adcock grew up on a farm in Ellisville, Mississippi, USA. He was career Air Force, retiring in 1967 as a Chief Master Sergeant (CMSAF). Born 3/8/1924 Died 3/16/2017

Service

Units served with

Missions

  • 776

    2 January 1945

  • 778

    3 January 1945

  • 783

    6 January 1945

  • 791

    13 January 1945

  • 794

    15 January 1945

  • 798

    17 January 1945

  • 811

    29 January 1945

  • 817

    3 February 1945

  • 832

    15 February 1945

  • 835

    19 February 1945
    1,100 Heavies Hit Nazi Rails ...

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Revisions

Date Contributor Update
26 May 2020 14:04:48 janetlhodges@yahoo.com Changes to biography
Sources

Janet Adcock Hodges, daughter

Date Contributor Update
26 May 2020 13:54:28 janetlhodges@yahoo.com Changes to media associations
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Janet Adcock Hodges, daughter

Date Contributor Update
26 May 2020 13:48:05 janetlhodges@yahoo.com Changes to media associations
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Janet Adcock Hodges, daughter

Date Contributor Update
26 May 2020 13:39:45 janetlhodges@yahoo.com Changes to role
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Janet Adcock Hodges, daughter

Date Contributor Update
26 May 2020 13:35:58 janetlhodges@yahoo.com Changes to biography
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Janet Adcock Hodges, daughter

Date Contributor Update
26 May 2020 13:34:49 janetlhodges@yahoo.com Changes to biography
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Janet Adcock Hodges, daughter

Date Contributor Update
26 May 2020 13:33:28 janetlhodges@yahoo.com Changes to biography
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Janet Adcock Hodges (his daughter)

Date Contributor Update
26 May 2020 13:26:22 janetlhodges@yahoo.com Changes to awards
Sources

Department of the Air Force Letter dated 7 May 1956
AFPMP-12-C-5

Date Contributor Update
26 May 2020 13:20:19 janetlhodges@yahoo.com Changes to service number, highest rank, role, biography and mission associations
Sources

Department of the Air Force letter dated 7 May 1956
AFPMP-12-C-5

Date Contributor Update
27 September 2014 18:15:14 AAM AAM ingest
Sources

Drawn from the records of the National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force, Savannah, Georgia / Unit history; Snetterton Falcons pg 218

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