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T/Sgt Normen Teinowitz, 321st BG, 448th BS, KIA 1943
19 July, 1943 | Italy
NORMAN was a Radio/Aerial Gunner in the B-25 Mitchell Medium Bombers of the 321st Bomb Grup. 448th Bomb Squadron. Norman flew Combat Missions out of North Africa.
KIA 19 Jul 43
Teinowitz, Norman P., T/Sgt, radio-gunner (ASV) (36320912)
(NARA - 36320912 TEINOWITZ#NORMAN#P# IL COOK CP GRANT IL 42)
Friday, 12 February 1943 [Now famous] "Gen Bob Knapp Flight Over the Atlantic"
448th BS War Diary of: Sinclair, Ervin W., Jr., 2Lt, pilot (plane # 41-2998): “Left DeRidder by Squadrons—ours at 12:45. Had clear weather to Florida, hitting Cumulus at 1500 feet, visibility about 8 miles. Formation was very sloppy and scattered. Took a long time to enter traffic at Morrison Field. Time logged six hours. Morrison Field was ready and quartered us at various hotels in West Palm Beach. There were two complete Groups and one half of another there at one time. One B-25, one B-24 and one half another B-25 Group. Minor repairs were made on each ship, equipment was checked, physicals were taken and per diem money was drawn the next day, Saturday.” A/C No. 41-12926 Moore, Leland A., 1Lt Clough, Bernard L., 2Lt Petrich, Raymond G., 2Lt N/A Polinski, Marvin J., S/Sgt Teinowitz, Norman P., Sgt (ASV) Ryal, Clarence M., S/Sgt Ridgeway, Robert L, S/Sgt (PAX)
Monday, 19 July 1943 A/C No. 41-30352 (NORMAN was KIA)
Moore, Leland A., 1Lt
Biener, Martin B., 2Lt
Ligarde, Monroe (NMI),
1Lt Petrich, Raymond G., 2Lt
None listed – likely Pitts, Lawrence P., T/Sgt
Teinowitz, Norman P., T/Sgt
Ryal, Clarence M., PFC
T/Sgt. Teinowitz was killed in action against the enemy over Sicily
on July 19, 1943. Burial at Beja.
Barbi Ennis Connolly PRINCESSBARBI_B25@msn.com 321st Bomb Group Historian in the 57th Bomb Wing . 321st Bomb Group History Team; John T Fitzgerald, Patti Johnson and Barbi Connolly.