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20 Mar 1922 1
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27 May 1978 1
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Carl D Hannemann, 321st Bomb Group, 447th Bomb Squad MTO/WW II
Carl D Hannemann, 321st Bomb Group, 447th Bomb Squad MTO/WW II
T/Sgt Carl D Hannemann, Radio/Gunner, B-25 Mitchells, Africa, 50 Combat Missions, Air Medal w/ 5 Oak Leaves(Photo credit, Capt. Bob Spikes)
Carl D Hannemann, S/Sgt Radio/Gunner, 321stBG, 447thBS, MTO B 25 Mitchells
Carl D Hannemann, S/Sgt Radio/Gunner, 321stBG, 447thBS, MTO B 25 Mitchells
Carl Hannemann, Radio Gunner, Schooling at Scott Field Radio Academy, ILL/ Aerial Gunnery at Harlingin TX (with Walter Cantrell) 321stBG at Columbia, SC /Hannemann Photo
Carl D Hannemann,Walter Cantrell, 321stBG, 447thBS, MTO B 25 Mitchells
Carl D Hannemann,Walter Cantrell, 321stBG, 447thBS, MTO B 25 Mitchells
Top back/ Walter Cantrell, center back/Carl Hannemann (Waiting to move to a new base) Friends of Edward Ennis (Barbi's Dad) Ennis Photo
Carl D Hannemann, 321st BG, 447th BS "Fameous Knapp Flight Over"
Carl D Hannemann, 321st BG, 447th BS "Fameous Knapp Flight Over"
321stBG,447thBS, ROSTER "Fameous" Knapp Flight Over/ Atlantic w/o loss. Feb.'43 (Carl went by Boat) but all 50 Missions in the #41-12961, "Spare Parts" an Orig. SHIP.
Carl D Hannemann, 321st Bomb Group, 447th Bomb Squad MTO/WW II
Carl D Hannemann, 321st Bomb Group, 447th Bomb Squad MTO/WW II
T/Sgt Carl Hannemann recieved his Radio Training at Scott Field, Ill. AAC Radio Academy.
Scott Field Grad PHOTO 12 Sept'42.jpg
Scott Field Grad PHOTO 12 Sept'42.jpg
US Army Air Corp, Scott Field Ill. Radio Academy. Carl recieved his Radio Proficency here, this School ran 3 shifts, around the Clock !
Carl Hannemann and Walter Cantrell / Walter, Brownie and Ed Ennis
Carl Hannemann and Walter Cantrell / Walter, Brownie and Ed Ennis
Top, Carl's Friends, Walter Cantrell, Chas. O Brown, Jr. (KIA 2 Dec.'43) & Edward Ennis. Bottom, "Best Friends" ! Walter and Carl !
Carl Hannemann recieved his Aerial Gunnery here.
Carl Hannemann recieved his Aerial Gunnery here.
Carl attanded Aerial Gunnery here, with his friend, Walter Cantrell. They then were assigned to the 321st BG abd went to Columbia SC.

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Full Name:
Carl D Hannemann 1
Birth:
20 Mar 1922 1
Death:
27 May 1978 1
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Last Residence: Beaverton, OR 1
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Social Security Number: ***-**-9784 1

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Carl D Hannemann, 321stBG,447thBS, MTO B 25 Mitchells

Prescott, AZ

 12thAF, 57th Bomb Wing, 321st Bomb Group, 447th Bomb Squadron in the MTO  -  WW II
  The B-25's that endured, the Men who flew them and the Missions that helped to win the War.

T/Sgt Carl D Hannemann, Radio/Aerial Gunner, was in WW II ,having enlisted in the Army, after basic having being sent to learn Radio at the Army Air Corp Radio Academy at Scott Field, Ill.  Then met his life-time friend, Walter Cantrell at Gunnery School, Harlingen TX. Joined the *newly* formed 321st BG, the 447thBS, in Columbia, S.C. and was one of the originals in the Group. It was discovered that Carl was great at short-hand and like-duties and was kept really busy there for a while !      Carl went to Africa by boat (USS Stanton) to meet up with his Flight Echelon. (Col Bob Knapp's fameous Flight over the Atlantic)  Carl was assigned to Lt Ernie Fineman, and flew his 50 Combat Missions mostly in the B 25 Mitchell "Spare Parts" #41-12961... Most all of Carl's Missions were with his regular Crew. He finished up in Africa, with dozens of other Flight Crew, including Walter, they went HOME from Africa to the ZI. in Oct.. 1943.  (All on the Empress of Scottland)  Carl Hannemann and Walter Cantrell became life-time Family Friends :)   Carl also made it into many of the towns and saw all the sights, carried water in Arabic Clay Jugs that would keep the water cool all day, saw outdoor "Movies", etc.   Africa was primative by our standardsm but Carl and the men's ingenuity was one of the most amazing parts of their every-day lives.
Carl earned the Air Medal with 8 Oak Leaf Clusters, Good Conduct, EAME Theatre Ribbon with 4 Battle Stars.
 
 
Story from Jeanne Hannemann, Walter Cantrell, Walter and Carl Life-Time Friends) and edited by Barbi Ennis Connolly    321st BG Historian and friend of the families.  xo  -B.

Carl was a friend of my Dad/Ed Ennis and they were (with Walter Cantrell, "Brownie" Charles O Brown, Jr. and others) Radio/Aerial Gunners in the B 25 Mitchell, MTO, Africa in 1943.

Carl D Hannemann

Africa

S/Sgt Carl D Hannemann, was in WW II , 1st having learned Radio at the Army Air Corp Radio Academy at Scott Field, Ill.  Then met his life-time friend, Walter Cantrell at Gunnery School, Harlingen TX. Joined the *newly* formed 321st BG, the 447thBS, and was one of the originals in the Group.  Carl went to Africa by boat (USS Stanton) to meet up with the Flight Echelon. Carl was assigned to Lt Ernie Fineman, and flew his 50 Combat Missions, mostly in the B 25 Mitchell "Spare Parts" #41-12961... Most all of his Missions were with his regular Crew, and he finished up in Africa, with dozens of other Flight Crew and went HOME from Africa to the ZI. in Sept. 1943.

Carl earned the Air Medal with ___Oak Leaves, Good Conduct, EAME Theatre Ribbon with 4 Battle Stars.

Barbi Ennis Connolly, 321st BG Historian and friend of the family. (As an added note, Barbi's Dad/Ed Ennis flew a Combat Mission with Carl in the Harp, 8 June, 1943 :)

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