Campaigns: Normandy, Northern France, Rhineland, Ardennes-Alsaces, and Central Europe; Distinguished Unit Citation: 3-8 August 1944 (Company "A" only); Meritorious Unit Commendation: 13 January - 25 March 1945; Occupation Service: 20 May - 5 July 1945 ...
Military | First Lieutenant | Fighter pilot
Assigned to 397FS, 386FG, 9AF USAAF. 2 x confirmed kills. Failed to Return (FTR) armed recon, crashed into a hill while strafing motor transport vehicle near Densberg, Germany. MACR 13622. Awards: DFC, PH.
Military | Major | Fighter pilot | 354th Fighter Group
Assigned to 355FS, 354FG, 9AF, XIX Tactical Air Command. Flew P-47s / P-51 with 77 missions completed and 1 confirmed kill. Ended Tour Duty (ETD). ...
Military | Major | Pilot | 367th Fighter Group
Flew with the 16th Fighter Squadron, 23rd Fighter Group in China in 1942. Pilot of P-40E-1 "KatyDid"; credited with four aerial victories. Later transferred to the 394th Fighter Squadron, 367th Fighter Group in England. Shot down by flak over Cherbourg...
Military | Technical Sergeant | Radio Repairman
MOS: 953 - Radio Repairman, Reporting Equipment. Assigned to the 57th Signal Aircraft Warning Detachment (Close Control), Company "B", 563rd Signal Aircraft Warning Battalion.
Whilst on return from armed recon to Montague, jumped by Fw190's and shot down, pilot 1st Lt Stanely L Canner baled out and evaded capture, with the assistance of the Maquis until their area was overrun by freindly forces. MACR 6662. 14-7-44.
Assigned to 394FS, 364FG, 9AF USAAF. Failed to Return (FTR) Cherbourg peninsula with Lt Robert E Smith 22-Jun-44; hit by flak at low level over Cherbourg, A/C and pilot washed up on Normandy Beach. MACR 6187
Assigned to 397FS, 386FG, 9AF USAAF. Failed to Return (FTR) armed recon, crashed into a hill while strafing motor transport vehicle near Densberg, Germany. Pilot 1Lt George L Bauer Killed in Action (KIA). MACR 13622.
North American P-51C-5-NT Mustang (F-6C) Serial 42-103382 of the 15th TRS, 10th PRG, XIX TAC. Aircraft shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown bo Oblt Alfred Neumayer of JG 4/1 at Bellheim, E of Landau and crashed 3 km NW of Dahnk SW of Pirmasens, Germany 29th...
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