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452nd Bomb Group, USAAF




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Those known to have served with  452nd Bomb Group, USAAF during the Second World War 1939-1945.

  • Powell . Tech Sgt.
  • Ransom Matt.
  • Solomon Sidney. Lt.

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Lt. Sidney Solomon navigator 452nd Bomb Group

Lt. Solomon and Tech Sgt. Powell were the only suvivors of a terrible accident near Cambridge, UK in Oct. 1944. My friend Matt Ransom was the tail gunner on this flight and was one of the crew that lost his life. At the time of the accident Lt. Solomon was based at Deopham Green, near Cambridge, England. The last report that we had on Lt. Solomon was that he was living in Penbroke Pines, FL and we are trying to get more information on the accident. We know that he attended the 452nd reunion in Charleseton, SC some years ago and I would believe that someone from that reunion could shed some light on the whereabouts of Sidney Solomon the Navigator of that flight. Tech. Sgt. Powell is deceased. We also tried to find a book that he wrote, however, it is out of print.

John Younger







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