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Carl C Jones

Military

Killed when B17 44-6816 was caught in the propwash of another aircraft and was torn apart in the air.

Service

Units served with

  • 452nd Bomb Group

    452nd Bomb Group

    Group
    The 452nd Bomb Group flew B-17 Flying Fortresses from Deopham Green, Norfolk, from January 1944. The air crews hit strategic sites in Germany but also supported the movement of ground forces across Europe after D-Day. On 6 June 1944 itself, the Group...

  • 728th Bomb Squadron

Aircraft

  • 44-6816

    B-17 Flying Fortress
    Delivered Hunter 18/11/44; Dow Fd 28/11/44; Assigned 366BS/305BG [KY-B] Chelveston 1/12/44; transferred 728BS/452BG Deopham Green 2/12/44; caught in propwash of another aircraft on assembly for Hamburg with Willis Du Mond, Co-pilot: Carl Jones,...

Associated Place

  • Deopham Green

    Military site : airfield
    Deopham Green was another air base constructed after America's entry into the war to Class A standards for use by the B-17 Flying Fortress heavy bomber. When the 452nd Bomb Group arrived in January 1943 they found a main runway of 2,000 yards, two...

  • Deopham Green Memorial

    Other location

  • Hilgay, Norfolk

    Crash site

Events

Event Location Date
Born McLennan County, TX, USA 9 December 1924
Died 30 March 1945

Killed when B17 44-6816 was caught in the propwash of another aircraft and was torn apart in the air.

Buried Waco, TX, USA

Burial:
Chapel Hill Memorial Park
Waco
McLennan County
Texas, USA

Revisions

Date Contributor Update
07 June 2015 15:48:31 usxpat Changes to biography, events and place associations
Sources

Find A Grave Memorial# 54020481

Date Contributor Update
29 March 2015 16:30:19 usxpat Changes to service number, role, events, unit associations, place associations and aircraft associations
Sources

http://eastangliamemorials.blogspot.co.uk/
Missing Planes of the 452nd Bomb Group, Edward Hinrichs, 3rd ed. ©2004

Date Contributor Update
27 September 2014 18:05:04 AAM AAM ingest
Sources

Combat Sup / Drawn from the records of the National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force, Savannah, Georgia

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