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847th Bomb Sqd, USAAF

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Those known to have served with  847th Bomb Sqd, USAAF during the Second World War 1939-1945.

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Flight Officer Frank White Bartlett jr. 847th Bomber Squardon 489th Bomber Group Heavy (d.29 May 1944)

I am inquiring for information, My Uncle, Frank White Bartlett, was in England, at Halesworth Air Base in April 1944 with the 847th. Bomber Squardon. He was a Flight Officer. He was killed in a plane crash prior to D-Day. The story I have heard was they were having an aircraft fly by for some VIP's prior to D-Day when the wing tips touched and at least 4 planes in formation crashed. I have not been able to find any details of this and hoping someone might point me in the right direction or have been there. I never knew him and I was in the Air Force in Veit Nam, I want to take my Mother to England to see her brother's markers at Cambridge Cemetery. She is 80 years old and in very good shape. Thanks for hearing my story.

John T. Scales

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