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Lt Warren G Staley, SR. 310th Bomb Group, MIA/KIA 1 Feb.'44 /WWII MTO
Lt Warren G Staley, SR. 310th Bomb Group, MIA/KIA 1 Feb.'44 /WWII MTO
310th BG, 379th BS, Lt and Mrs. (Bonnie) Warren G Staley, Wedding, Yuma AZ
310th BG, 379th BS, Lt and Mrs. (Bonnie) Warren G Staley, Wedding, Yuma AZ
Wed on 12 June, 1943 in Yuma AZ Lt. Warren Grey Staley and his bride Vivian "BONNIE" Crippen Staley
Warren's son and namesake, Warren G Staley, Jr with his Mother, Bonnie Staley
Warren's son and namesake, Warren G Staley, Jr with his Mother, Bonnie Staley
Lt Warren Staley with his brother and Parents.
Lt Warren Staley with his brother and Parents.
Back Row: Lloyd Maywood Staley & Mary Beatrice Gray Staley Front: Warren Gray Staley and John Douglas Staley
A young Lt Warren Staley (1937) KIA, MTO 1 Feb.'44
A young Lt Warren Staley (1937) KIA, MTO 1 Feb.'44
High School, ROTC, 1937
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MACR to beng SHOT-DOWN at Sea, Sea-sweep out of Gambit, Lybia
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Lt Lavender, Pilot (Shot-Down at Sea) Lt Warren G Staley and entire Crew Lost. MACR B-25 Mitchell of the 310thBG, 379thBS, 1 Feb. 1944
Warren Staley and crew in North Africa
Warren Staley and crew in North Africa
1944 photo of Lt. Warren Grey Staley, Sr. and bomber crew while posted in North Africa
Back of photo of bomber crew in North Africa
Back of photo of bomber crew in North Africa
Reverse side of the photo of Warren Staley, Sr. and crew in North Africa, 1944
Telegram from War Dept. to wife of Lt. Warren Staley
Telegram from War Dept. to wife of Lt. Warren Staley
Telegram notifying Lt. Staley's wife of his missing in action status

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Warren G Staley 1
Level of Education: 4 years of high school 1
Marital Status: Single, without dependents 1
Birth:
08 Jul 2014 2
Jackson Missouri 2
Male 2
Birth:
1921 1
Missouri 1
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Place: Jackson County, Missouri 1
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Mother: Mary Beatrice Grey 2
Father: Lloyd Maywood Staley 2
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Army 1
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23 Dec 1940 1
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Corps of Engineers 1
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National Guard (Officers, Warrant Officers, and Enlisted Men) 1
Army Serial Number:
20737674 1
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Kansas City Missouri 1
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National Guard 1
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Librarians 1
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Box Number: 0359 1
Film Reel Number: 3.80 1

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Lt Warren Grey Staley, Sr. 310thBG,379thBS, KIA

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Lt Warren Staley with his brother and Parents.
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Lt Warren G Staley was a Lt. B-25 Mitchell Pilot with the 310th Bomb Group, the 379th Bomb Squadron. 

Warren G Staley; National WWII Memorial, Washington, D.C.  Registry~NARA~War Department Files  Honoree Hometown Service Source  Warren G. Staley Jackson County, MO U.S. Army National Archives

2 LT Warren G. Staley ID: 0-747915 U.S. Army  Hometown: Jackson County, MO  Status: FOD  --  National WWII Memorial, Washington, D.C.  Registry~NARA~War Department Files  Honoree Hometown Service Source  Warren G. Staley MO U.S. Army Air Forces ABMC Tablets of the Missing  Warren G. Staley ID: O-747915  Entered the Service From: Missouri  Rank: Second Lieutenant  Service: U.S. Army Air Forces, 379th Bomber Squadron, 310th Bomber Group,  Medium Died: Tuesday, February 01, 1944

Memorialized at: Florence American Cemetery Via Cassia, Italy  Awards: Air Medal, Purple Heart  -----------

310thBG,379thBS, Lt Warren Grey Staley, SR. Pilot

310th_379th_ 2Lt. Warren Gray Staley, SR.~Pilot
WAR DIARY; On 01 Feb 1944, on a sea search Bombing Mission, Port of Departure of Gambut, as the formation flew broadside, over a three enemy ship convoy, it is believed that A/C # 42-64840 hit a rocket cable fired by the vessel it attacked, leaving a gap in the left wing, about a foot wide, and 9 inches deep, from which a cable was dangling. The left engine started to throw oil, and it is believed the aircraft made a controlled belly landing in the water. It is believed that the crew survived the landing and used the dinghy, however, no trace of the six crew members was ever found, and one year later, the Government made a Finding Of Death for each of the six crew members
A/C #: 42-64840 (Maybe Art of "Short Snorter" ?)
P: Lavender, James F. "Jimmy", 2Lt, O-740841, Fayette Co. WV
CP: Staley, Warren Gray, 2Lt, O-747915, Kansas City, MO
B-N: Smith, Edwin A., 2Lt, O-741762, LA, Calif
RG: Garofalo, John V., Sgt., 32557629, Hudson Co., NJ
G: Johnson, Neil S., S/Sgt., 15324259, Ashtabula, OH
Tail G: Russell, Samuel P., Cpl., 16109060, Detroit, Mich

Warren Gray Staley  Ward/Ratcliffe-Lancaster/Thomas-Cain/Landry Family Tree 
Birth:  08 Jul 1921 (8 Jul 1921) - Kansas City, Jackson, MO (Missouri)
Death:  01 Feb 1944 (1 Feb 1944) - During WW II
Parents:  Lloyd Maywood Staley, Mary Beatrice Gray
MARRIAGE:  12 Jun 1943, in Yuma, AZ  
Spouse:  Vivian Bonnie Crippen
Birth: 22 Oct 1922 - in North Platte, Lincoln, NE
Death: 1 Nov 2007 - in San Luis Obispo, San Luis Obispo, CA

Children: Living SON~Warren Gray Staley, Jr.
Born 03 June 1944 in Kansas City, Missouri
Living in California

ARMY SERIAL NUMBER 20737674   NAME WARREN G  STALEY
RESIDENCE: STATE MISSOURI   RESIDENCE: COUNTY  JACKSON  
PLACE OF ENLISTMENT 7548  KANSAS CITY MISSOURI  
DATE OF ENLISTMENT  23 Dec. 1940   NATIVITY MISSOURI  
YEAR OF BIRTH  21   RACE AND CITIZENSHIP  White, citizen  
EDUCATION  4 years of high school   CIVILIAN OCCUPATION   Librarians  
MARITAL STATUS  Single, without dependents  
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U.S. Rosters of World War II Dead, 1939-1945
Name: Warren G Staley
Gender: Male
Race: White
Religion: Protestant
Disposition: Nonrecoverable
Service Branch: Army
Rank: Second Lieutenant
Service Number: 747915
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WWI, WWII, and Korean War Casualty Listings
Name: Warren G. Staley
Death Date:1 Feb 1944
Cemetery: Tablets of The Missing At Florence American Cemetery
Cemetery Burial Plot: Missing in Action or Buried at Sea
Cemetery City: Florence
Cemetery Country: Italy
WAR: World War II
Awards: Air Medal, Purple Heart
Title: Second Lieutenant
Rank: Second Lieutenant
Service: U.S. Army Air Forces
Service ID: O-747915
Division: 379th Bomber Squadron, 310th Bomber Group, Medium
Data Source: World War II Honor Roll
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National WWII Memorial, Washington, D.C.
Registry~NARA~War Department Files
Honoree Hometown Service Source  
Warren G. Staley Jackson County, MO U.S. Army  National Archives   
2 LT Warren G. Staley   ID: 0-747915
Branch of Service: U.S. Army
Hometown: Jackson County, MO
Status: FOD
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National WWII Memorial, Washington, D.C.
Registry~NARA~War Department Files
Honoree Hometown Service Source
Warren G. Staley    ID: O-747915
Entered the Service From: Missouri
Rank: Second Lieutenant
Service: U.S. Army Air Forces, 379th Bomber Squadron, 310th Bomber Group, Medium
Died: Tuesday, February 01, 1944
Memorialized at: Florence American Cemetery
Location: Via Cassia, Italy
Awards: Air Medal, Purple Heart  
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2Lt Warren G Staley
Birth:  unknown
Death:  Feb. 1, 1944  
Note: Entered the service from Missouri.   
Burial: Florence American Cemetery and Memorial
Florence, Toscana Region, Italy

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