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548th Bomb Sqd, USAAF

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Those known to have served with  548th Bomb Sqd, USAAF during the Second World War 1939-1945.

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2nd Lt. Arnold Paul "A.P." Martin 548th Squadron 385th Bomb Group

My father was the co-pilot of B17 'Miss NonaLee II' which developed engine problems on the October 9th 1943 mission to bomb the Marianburg factory. The crew bailed out and the pilot ditched the plane in occupied Denmark. The rest of the crew, including my father, were captured and spent 15 months in Stalag Luft III and then were forced to march to Stalag 7A (Moosburg) in January 1945 where he was imprisoned until liberated on April 29th 1945.
Patricia Martin

1st Lt. Arnold Paul "A.P." Martin 548th Bomb Squadron

My father, Arnold P. Martin, was a B-17 co-pilot. The crew was ordered to abandon ship, Miss Nonalee II because of the loss of one engine over Denmark on the way to the Marienburg mission of October 9th, 1943. He was sent to Stalag Luft III, and was on the forced march of January 1945 to Moosburg. He was liberated April 29, 1945 by Patton's Army. He is not listed as a POW at Stalag Luft III in the National Archives. I have tried in vain to have him added because I have all the proof that he was there. However, I have been referred to agency after agency, all who tell me they don't have authority to do so.

Patricia Martin

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