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Conflict Period:
World War II 1
Branch:
Army Air Forces 1
Rank:
Technical Sergeant 1
Birth:
01 Feb 1924 1
Waller, Texas, USA 1
Death:
14 Apr 1945 1
Cambridge American Cemetery, Plot G, Row 6, Cambridge, England WWII 1
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Full Name:
Tsgt Ernest Earl Jr Gallion 1
Birth:
01 Feb 1924 1
Waller, Texas, USA 1
Death:
14 Apr 1945 1
Cambridge American Cemetery, Plot G, Row 6, Cambridge, England WWII 1
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World War II 1

Branch:
Army Air Forces 1
Rank:
Technical Sergeant 1
Service Start Date:
unknown 1
Service End Date:
14 Apr 1945 1
Service Number:
18124181 2
Awards:
Air Medal with 2 Oak Leaf Clusters, Additional Army Awards, World War II Honor Roll 2
Specialty:
Flight Engineer 2
Unit:
367th Bomber Squadron, 306th Bomber Group, Heavy "The Clay Pidgeons" 2

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1944 – Rapid City, South Dakota, USA

FRONT row from left: Robert Vieille, pilot - Collins Liersch, co-pilot - Millard Oscherwitz, navigator - Ray Gannett, bombardier BACK row from left: Albert Gilbert, waist gunner - Vince Gargile, tailgunner - Chester Smalczewski, radio operator - Ernest E. Gallion, engineer - Carlo Caserta, ball turret gunner

Combined Operations Crash on Isle of Man

 

Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress 42-37840 "Combined Operations" coded GY-Y of the 367th Bombardment Squadron, 306th Bombardment Group, crashed near the Chasms on the southern tip of the Isle of Man on the 14th April 1945

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