1942 — North Africa
S/Sgt Erwin B DuVal was in the AAC during WWII with the 310thBomb Group, the 428th Bomb Squadron (12th AF, 57th Bomb Wing) out of Africa, B-25 Mitchells.
This is from a 428th BS roster by state” 137 Godfrey Avenue, Monroe, Mich.
428th BS War Diary: S/Sgt DuVal painted a sign to be placed over the grave " Edward Micka, Lt. J.G., USN., Killed in Action over this field on 9 Novenber, 1942".
16 Jan 43 - 428th BS War Diary: Again a sea search with no shipping sighted. P-38’s got a JU-52 and JU-88. A hay stack mysteriously caught fire down by the R.R. tracks and illuminated the whole area. Lt. Shiver along with DuVal, Skoll, Gablinske, and Weber rushed down to fight it.
DuVal, Erwin B., Sgt, Gablinske, William H., Sgt,
Shiver, Arthur M., 1Lt, Skoll, Gus (NMI), S/Sgt
Weber, Eugene O., Cpl 310th Bomb Group, 428th Bomb Squad, these men were Ground-Crew to the B-25 Mitchells Medium bomber in N. Africa.