First Lt. La Riviere was in the U. S. Army Air Forces and KIA on April 4, 1945 with 9 other crew members. Their B-24 was hit by a German Messerschmitt with a R4M air-to-air missle. His name is on the Tablets of the Missing at Netherlands American Cemetery in Margraten. He was awarded with an Air Medal with 3 oak leaf clusters and the Purple Heart.
John E la Riviere
World War II · US Army
Army Serial Number
Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA
Selectees (Enlisted Men)
World War II
Source Of Army Personnel
United States of America
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The 448th Bomb Group
- Station 146 Seething, Norfolk, UK
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