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Scott just passed away and I wanted to contact your site. He joined as a cadet in 1942, got his wings in 1943 and went over to Europe and flew his first mission in March of 1944. -Thanks, Lisa and Bill Responding to Ed Martin's November 1 post about Mathew S. The ranks listed were the highest rank they achieved with the 323rd BG. Graduation Class: Class 44-9 DR Class Location: San Angelo, Texas Comments: He was my grandfather.

I have always been very proud of my grandfather's service and would love to contribute to your site. His ashes will be laid to rest in Arlington this April. They were assigned to the 455th Sq until the war ended because they also flew the very last 323rd BG mission to the Erding Airfield. I also know that he was shot in the leg during one mission and received a Purple Heart.

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This was until the Consolidated B-24J Liberator (Heavy Bomber) became available..

Marauderman's Name: Captain Joseph Winfield Scott Bomb Group: 344th Bomb Squadron: 497th (? He flew 65 missions in Europe and was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross and the Air Medal with 13 oak leaf clusters. The first combat mission they flew that I could find for them was towards the end of the "Battle of the Bulge". I am a complete novice when it comes to the military, but I know he was a bombardier-navigator over Germany in the First Tactical Air Force in support of the 7th Army.

I am not really looking for any information specifically but I do have some pictures, patches and other things he had including a piece of shrapnel dug out of his plane. Pietrowicz's crew - the name you are missing in your picture is 2nd Lt. They were assigned to the 455th Squadron in December, 1944. I don't know much about his time in service, but I have some photos and things from it including his Air Medal and a book of cartoons he drew of his war experiences.

Cook pilot Lt Callahan copilot Lt Hackney bombardier S/Sgt Brooks engineer/gunner S/Sgt John Citti radio/gunner S/Sgt Casey armourer/gunner Regards Trevor Allen historian b26Jan, the Marauder ran like a Model T Ford and glided like a brick. 33 aircraft dropped 503 #250 GP bombs, 4 #400 GP on primary. One aircraft failed to bomb, when both toggle and salvo switches failed to function.

Glide ratio would depend on if one or both engines were feathered or not; one or both engines stalled; one or both wings damaged; any part of the surface of the plane (skin) was pealed back or torn off. The grouped bombed through heavy cloud cover on PFF.

This was until the Consolidated B-24J Liberator (Heavy Bomber) became available..Marauderman's Name: Captain Joseph Winfield Scott Bomb Group: 344th Bomb Squadron: 497th (? He flew 65 missions in Europe and was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross and the Air Medal with 13 oak leaf clusters. The first combat mission they flew that I could find for them was towards the end of the "Battle of the Bulge". I am a complete novice when it comes to the military, but I know he was a bombardier-navigator over Germany in the First Tactical Air Force in support of the 7th Army. I am not really looking for any information specifically but I do have some pictures, patches and other things he had including a piece of shrapnel dug out of his plane. Pietrowicz's crew - the name you are missing in your picture is 2nd Lt. They were assigned to the 455th Squadron in December, 1944. I don't know much about his time in service, but I have some photos and things from it including his Air Medal and a book of cartoons he drew of his war experiences.Cook pilot Lt Callahan copilot Lt Hackney bombardier S/Sgt Brooks engineer/gunner S/Sgt John Citti radio/gunner S/Sgt Casey armourer/gunner Regards Trevor Allen historian b26Jan, the Marauder ran like a Model T Ford and glided like a brick. 33 aircraft dropped 503 #250 GP bombs, 4 #400 GP on primary. One aircraft failed to bomb, when both toggle and salvo switches failed to function.Glide ratio would depend on if one or both engines were feathered or not; one or both engines stalled; one or both wings damaged; any part of the surface of the plane (skin) was pealed back or torn off. The grouped bombed through heavy cloud cover on PFF.Whether the target was or was not bombed was immaterial. Dale Bartels Bomb Group: 323rd Bomb Squadron: 454th, then 1st Pathfinder Squadron Comments: I work with the grandson of Lt Bartels. Bartels was from entries on this site posted by Mr. So, the following is a response to both the Welborns, as well as a story of Lt. Your Grandfather flew his last combat mission on May 1st 1945 which was also the Groups last combat mission during World War II. Kenny passed away about ten years ago at the age of 77. Kenny attended the squadron reunions until his death. If anyone has any records, pictures or information please contact me.