|Death: ||Mar. 5, 1944, At Sea|
Son of William Joseph Biesinger, Sr. and Ethel Marie Carpenter Biesinger.
William, who resided at 3204 Monroe Street, Wilmington, Delaware, served as a Private First Class on B-24E (#41-28530), 356th Bomb Squadron, 302nd Bomber Group, U.S. Army Air Force during World War II.
He died in the "Line Of Duty" when his B-24 exploded while on a routine training mission off the coast of Jacksonville, Florida.
He had served in the Army for one year and one month at the time of his death.
Service # 32488154
Crew who perished on B-24E (# 41-28530):
Barteau, Roy F., Sgt, Missouri
Biesinger, William J., Jr., Pfc, Delaware
Cowart, William R., Sgt, Florida
Holman, Harley H., 1st Lt, Pilot, North Carolina
Knobloch, Harold J., 2nd Lt, Illinois
Maupai, Donald W., 2nd Lt, New York
Maxwell, Leonard F., Sgt, Texas
McCormick, Clarence L., T/Sgt, Illinois
Pieper , Roman H., Sgt, Indiana
Sheehan, Jeremiah T., FO, New York
Williams, John T., 2nd Lt, Indiana
Wrench, Wilfred R., Pfc, Iowa
Body lost or destroyed
Specifically: Place of Burial being researched
Created by: Russ Pickett
Record added: Mar 26, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 50253318