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Those known to have served with  701st Bomb Sqd, USAAF during the Second World War 1939-1945.

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2nd Lt. Robert R Wilkins 701st BS 445th BG

I am looking for any information available about my cousin, U.S. Army Air Corps 2nd Lt. Robert R. Wilkins, a B-24 pilot with the 701st Bomber Squadron, 445th Bomber Group (Heavy), who was shot down on Nov. 21, 1944. He was from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. According to the American Battle Monuments Commission, he is buried at the Netherlands American Cemetery in Margraten, Netherlands.

John Maddigan



1st Lt. Augustine Anthony "Og" Mandino DFC. 701st Bomb Squadron

Augustine Mandino was a member of Lt. Paul Swofford's crew. He completed 30 missions and was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross and Air Medal with five Oak Leaf Clusters. After serving in Word War II, he became a popular writer of some 19 books with 20 million copies sold.

Silvio I. Mandino







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