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Malcolm Donavan Enlow, 322nd BG, B 26 Marauder
2009 | Louisiana
COVER PHOTO, 1st Image is;
Malcolm D. Enlow, 1991 at Wright-Patterson
AFB a next to the 322BG memorial.
Malcomb Donovan Enlow was born 29 Jan. 1920 to Jessie and Ramoth Enlow in Monteray, LA.
He entered the service 2 Jan. 1942 at Jacksonville Army Air Base, in Florida.
He was a Flight Engineer/Gunner in the B 26 Marauder and he flew 73 Combat missions in WW II. He flew with the 322nd BG.
Malcolm passed 1 May, 1993 from complications of lung cancer and is resting in the Chattanooga National Cemetary, in Tenn.
(Information and photo's from his proud son, Don Enlow, Jr. (2009)
Malcolm's Training and Combat Crew as well as his Combat MISSION List.
TRIBUTE to Malcolm by his proud son Don Enlow, this is his entire FAMILY History as well as his WWII timeline;
Malcolm D Enlow Memories (thanks to Don, Jr)
Don Enlow, his LIFE.
2012 | Louisianna
"Malcolm" Born 29 Jan. 1920 and passed 1 May, 1993
Malcolm was born in his families home on beautiful Horseshoe Lake, Monterey, Louisiana. He was a graduate of Monterey High School, being the only male in his class through out most of his school days.
Malcolm attended Northwestern Normal College majoring in History. while in college he part took in the civil aviation pilot training program recieving his private pilot licenses. During his second year in college he enlisted in the U S Army Air Corp. Failing the eye exam he was unable to attend pilot training so instead choose aviation maintance. During training he notice a post for aero gunners he applies and became an engineer gunner on a Martin B-26 being assigned to both the 322nd bomb Group and later the 394th bomb group. Malcolm was credited with 73 missions, awarded the Air Medal with 12 OLC's. On 15 Feb 1944 he was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross. Malcolm flew his last mission on July 12th 1944 then returned to Selman Field Monroe, La.
After service he was the Parish service officer for the Veterans Affairs Office helping other WWII Veterans get settled in after returning from service .While working there he married Joyce Marie Rogers. Both went to work for Armstrong Tire Company in Natchez, Ms until he made a move to Chattanooga and Mitco Tire Company. Joyce died in Nov. of 1989 and from then on his life never was as happy as when married to his love, and soul mate. Malcom and Joyce loved the East Tennessee Hills an made that their new home and place of rest.
Chidren of Malcolm and Joyce Enlow are
Malcolm D. Enlow Jr (Donny)
Brenda Joyce Enlow Jones
Written by his proud son, M Don Enlow, Jr. In his Memory.
. . . . . once loved, never forgotten. October, 2012