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700th Bomb Squadron, USAAF




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Those known to have served with  700th Bomb Squadron, USAAF  during the Second World War 1939-1945.

  • Briskin Solon R.. 2ndLt.
  • Craggs William C..
  • Wanner Ed. Lt.

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Lt. Ed Wanner 700 Bomb Sqd.

Ed Wanner arrived in England as a replacement who would soon pilot B-24 Liberator Asbestos Alice, in the 700th Bomb Squadron, 445th Bomb Group, 2nd Bomb Division at Tibenham, Norfolk. He was somewhat bemused by the differences in England and noted that here they were in a "foreign land" where they drove on the "wrong" side of the road and where the great Normandy Invasion Landing was happening.

Spencer Benedict



William C. Craggs 700th Bomb Squadron

My Father, William C Craggs was with the 445th Bomb Group, 700th squadron. His Pilot was Fritz Mueller, Dad was the co- Pilot. Any information such as the name of his plane,or any crew Photos, I would be greatly interested in. Thank you very much for your interest in these men and their lives.

Cindy Craggs







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