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410th Bomb Group

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Stations

Station Location Date
Based Birch 4 April 1944 – 16 April 1944
Based Gosfield 16 April 1944 – 30 September 1944
Based Coulommiers 30 September 1944 – 1 February 1945
Based Juvincourt 1 February 1945
Based Beaumont Sur Oise May 1945 – June 1945

Connections

People

  • Fernando Belis

    Military | Staff Sergeant | 410th Bomb Group

  • Earl Bever

    Military | Lieutenant | 410th Bomb Group

  • Marcel Bibeau

    Military | Staff Sergeant | Turret Gunner | 410th Bomb Group

  • August Brennan

    Military | Staff Sergeant | 410th Bomb Group

  • Robert Bruce

    Military | Lieutenant | 410th Bomb Group

  • Elmer Cerveny

    Military | Communications Ground Crew | 410th Bomb Group
    Elmer was with the Communications ground crew repairing radios and assigned to 410BS 94th BG. His death 18th October 1990 was reported by his widow Elsie.

  • Lars Christensen

    Military | Sergeant | Waist Gunner | 303rd Bomb Group
    21 missions between 7 may and 5 july 44; transferred to 410th BG, 9th AF at Coulommiers, near Paris (France) as gunner aboard Douglas A-20 and B-26, flew 23 missions, received Purple Heart (source 303rdbg.com) deceased.

  • Wilfred Cornwell

    Military | Staff Sergeant | Arm/Gunner | 410th Bomb Group
    Assigned to 647BS, 410BG, 9AF USAAF. Failed to Return (FTR) mission to Gerolstein RR Bridge. Took direct flak hit to bomb bay, fell out of formation in flames, one chute seen to emerge before A/C hit ground and exploded. 22-Jan-45. Killed in Action ...

  • Gerald Dale

    Military | Captain | Pilot | 410th Bomb Group

  • Vincent Dellaposta

    Military | Staff Sergeant | 410th Bomb Group

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Aircraft

  • 42-21732 'Maxine IV'

    A-20 Havoc
    Assigned to 646BS, 410BG, 9AF USAAF. Failed to Return (FTR) bombing mission to Germany, ...

  • 43-10170

    A-20 Havoc

  • 43-10192

    A-20 Havoc

  • 43-10205

    A-20 Havoc
    Assigned to 645BS, 410BG, 9AF USAAF. On 7 June 1944 aircraft A-20 Havoc 43-10205 was assigned a target at LaHaye, France. On return the pilot John Metz called that the aircraft was on one engine and he was leaving the formation over the English channel...

  • 43-10209

    A-20 Havoc

  • 43-10218

    A-20 Havoc

  • 43-21715

    A-20 Havoc

  • 43-21720

    A-20 Havoc

  • 43-21725

    A-20 Havoc

  • 43-21729

    A-20 Havoc

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Citations

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Revisions

Date Contributor Update
01 October 2019 11:12:33 Emily Changes to stations
Sources

USAAF Continental Airfields: ETO, D-Day to VE Day

Date Contributor Update
22 February 2017 11:33:05 general ira snapsorter Changes to stations
Sources

Stations added with details from:
- "Battle Colors Volume III - Insignia and Tactical Markings of the Ninth Air Force in World War Two' by Robert A. Watkins;

Date Contributor Update
13 January 2015 14:43:09 rossingtonj Changes to type and stations
Sources

Barry Anderson, Army Air Forces Stations (Alabama, 1985)

Date Contributor Update
27 September 2014 18:42:45 AAM AAM ingest
Sources

Paul Andrews, Project Bits and Pieces, 8th Air Force Roll of Honor database / Units in the UK from ETOUSA Station List, as transcribed by Lt. Col. Philip Grinton (US Army, Retired) and extracted by IWM; air division data from L.D. Underwood, based on the 8th Air Force Strength Report of 6th August 1944, as published in 'The 8th Air Force Yearbook' by Lt. Col. John H Woolnough (1980)

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