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Charles G Dauley 1
Level of Education: 1 year of college 1
Marital Status: Single, without dependents 1
1920 1
New York 1
Place: Broome County, New York 1

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Enlistment Date:
13 Jan 1942 1
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Army Serial Number:
12044712 1
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Binghamton New York 1
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Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law 1
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Charles G Dauley, 310thBG, 380thBS, B-25 MTO WWII


James Dauley;

Charles Gordon Dauley: Newspaper Obituary and Death Notice
Hometown News (Fort Pierce, FL) - Friday, November 2, 2007
Deceased Name: Charles Gordon Dauley
   Charles Gordon Dauley, 86, of Holly Hill, died Thursday, Oct. 25, 2007, with his family by his side.
     Mr. Dauley was born Dec. 15, 1920, in Binghamton, N.Y. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army Air Force, serving during World War II.
      During that time in the service, he flew B-25s and was an instructor pilot.
   After retiring from the service, Mr. Dauley began his work with IBM as a quality control engineer. He worked in the control room on the Apollo missions.
   Mr. Dauley was a life member of the American Legion Post 974 in Whitney Point, N.Y., a Boy Scout leader and American Red Cross instructor.
   He was preceded in death by his wife, Lois Carrie. Mr. Dauley is survived by his children, James Dauley and his wife, Ruth, of Lewisburg, K.Y., Cheryl Garlick and her husband, Edwin, of Edgewater, and Gary Dauley and his wife, Elaina Wykoff, of New Smyrna Beach; 10 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; a brother, Ken Dauley of Whitney Point, N.Y.; and a sister, Genevieve Kluckus of Johnson City, N.Y.
   A funeral was held Oct. 29 at the Baldwin Brothers Memorial Chapel. Entombment followed at Sea Pines Mausoleum.
Social Security Death Index
Name: Charles G. Dauley
Last Residence: 32141 Edgewater, Volusia, Florida
Born: 15 Dec 1920
Last Benefit: 32169 New Smyrna Beach, Volusia, Florida
Died: 25 Oct 2007

310thBG,381stBS, Lt James Dauley B-25 Combat MTO


LT (PILOT) James was a PILOT, Flew Combat in the  *** 381st Bomb Squad ***

~~~~~~~~~~  Wednesday, 30 June 1943  ( A Mission)

381st BS Mission Summary:  (Ops Order ---/mission ---) Group Mission # 119:


Group Mission # 119                          Flight 36 B-25’s

Sqdrn. Mission # 85                            Escort 24 P-38’s.

Take Off         09:50                           Bomb Load:  (8 x 300)

Target              11:35                           Bombs Dropped:  10(8 x 300), 25,200#, 4 Salvoed.

Down              13:15                           Average Altitude:  9,850

Total Time:  3 Hrs.  25 Min.

Weather:  At target, visibility 6-8 miles.  En route and return, CAVU.

REMARKS:  Enemy Aircraft attacked some of the elements in the formation without results.  The P-38 escort gave excellent cover, shooting down one ME-109.

            Flak was heavy, moderate to intense and very accurate.  The ships flown by F/O’s Collins and Wirth were hit several times.  Lt. Dauley’s radio-gunner, Sgt. W.L. Rea, was hit by flak but not injured.

            Results of bombing --- very satisfactory coverage of the landing ground. 

  A/C No.  42-32500 “The Saint”(L)  P Dauley, Charles G., 2Lt CP Kreuzkamp, Paul J., 2Lt N None B Campbell, Warren B., S/Sgt E None R Rea, Willis L., Sgt G Sentlingar, Charles W., Cpl



Dauley, Charles Gordon, 1Lt, pilot (0-727699)(1Lt 30 Aug 43)(bombardier 4 Jan 43 mission)

(Whitney Point NY)(not in WWII mem)



(50th mission 16 Sep 43)

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