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Those known to have served with  361st Fighter Sqd, USAAF during the Second World War 1939-1945.

  • Tegge Edward W. Sargent

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Sargent Edward W Tegge 356th Fighter Group 361 Fighter Squadron

My uncle, Sgt Edward W. Tegge, served with the 356th Fighter Group 361st Fighter squadron during World War Two at Martlesham Heath, England. He was a Radio Technician know as a "Static Chaser" from Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. He enlisted on August 21st 1942.

Does anyone have any pictures of the ground crews of 361st Fighter Squadron or their radio technicians?

David William Galvin







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