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Those known to have served with  339th Bomb Sqdn, USAAF during the Second World War 1939-1945.

  • Nelson Garnett Otis. 2nd Lt. (d.12th May 1944)
  • Smith John Davis. (d.7th January 1945)

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2nd Lt. Garnett Otis Nelson 96th Bomb Group 339th Bomb Sqd. (d.12th May 1944)

Garnett Nelson was listed as Missing in Action on the 12th of May 1944.

Linda Cheshire



John Davis Smith 96th Bomb Group 339th Bomb Sqdn (d.7th January 1945)

My uncle received training as a B-17 tailgunner at Pyote, TX Army Air Force Base near Amarillo. Based in England, he was assigned to the 339th Bomb Squadron, 96th Bomb Group. One day he was assigned to fly with an unfamiliar crew. On 7th January 1945 they made a bomb run over Cologne, Germany. While returning, their plane ran into another B-17. All died except a pilot and crewman from the other aircraft. I would like to hear from any survivors.

Paul T Smith







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