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John H. Gorham

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John H. Gorham

Birth
Death
17 Mar 1944 (aged 21)
At Sea
Burial
Acworth, Cobb County, Georgia, USA Add to Map
Memorial ID
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2nd/Lt. John H. Gorham MIA/KIA
Hometown: Georgia
Official Date of death August 02, 1945
Squadron: 757th BS 459th Bomber Group,
Service# O-691744
Awards Air Medal, Purple Heart
Pilot 1st/Lt. Philip S. Wood Jr. MIA/KIA

Target:
Missing Air Crew Report Details
USAAF MACR#:
Date Lost: 17-Mar-44
Serial Number: 41-29237
Aircraft Model B-24D
Aircraft Letter:
Aircraft Name:
Location:
Cause:

Pilot 1st/Lt. Wood and crew were flying a combat mission during a raid on Vienna when his ship took flak hits. As they headed back, somewhere in the vicinity of the junction of Italy, Yugoslavia, and the Adriatic, his ship dropped out of the formation and went down. No trace has ever been found.

Lt. Gorham appears Tablets of the Missing Sicily-Rome American Cemetery and Memorial Nettuno Provincia di Roma Lazio, Italy. His memorial Liberty Hill Cemetery Acworth Cobb County Georgia is a cenotaph his body was never recovered.

Crew of #41-29237
1st/Lt. Philip S. Wood Jr. Pilot MIA/KIA
2nd/Lt. Grover S. Brines Jr. MIA/KIA
2nd/Lt. John H. Gorham MIA/KIA
2nd/Lt. John H. Gorham MIA/KIA
2nd/Lt. Frank N. Stear MIA/KIA
2nd/Lt. Frank N. Stear MIA/KIA
2nd/Lt. Frank N. Stear MIA/KIA
S/Sgt. Warren J. Montalbano MIA/KIA
S/Sgt. Michael R. Rindos MIA/KIA
Sgt. Guy C. Hayes Jr. MIA/KIA
Sgt. Joseph M. Goodman
Sgt. Joseph J. Sellick MIA/KIA
Sgt. Lyle Mcallister MIA/KIA
2nd/Lt. John H. Gorham MIA/KIA
Hometown: Georgia
Official Date of death August 02, 1945
Squadron: 757th BS 459th Bomber Group,
Service# O-691744
Awards Air Medal, Purple Heart
Pilot 1st/Lt. Philip S. Wood Jr. MIA/KIA

Target:
Missing Air Crew Report Details
USAAF MACR#:
Date Lost: 17-Mar-44
Serial Number: 41-29237
Aircraft Model B-24D
Aircraft Letter:
Aircraft Name:
Location:
Cause:

Pilot 1st/Lt. Wood and crew were flying a combat mission during a raid on Vienna when his ship took flak hits. As they headed back, somewhere in the vicinity of the junction of Italy, Yugoslavia, and the Adriatic, his ship dropped out of the formation and went down. No trace has ever been found.

Lt. Gorham appears Tablets of the Missing Sicily-Rome American Cemetery and Memorial Nettuno Provincia di Roma Lazio, Italy. His memorial Liberty Hill Cemetery Acworth Cobb County Georgia is a cenotaph his body was never recovered.

Crew of #41-29237
1st/Lt. Philip S. Wood Jr. Pilot MIA/KIA
2nd/Lt. Grover S. Brines Jr. MIA/KIA
2nd/Lt. John H. Gorham MIA/KIA
2nd/Lt. John H. Gorham MIA/KIA
2nd/Lt. Frank N. Stear MIA/KIA
2nd/Lt. Frank N. Stear MIA/KIA
2nd/Lt. Frank N. Stear MIA/KIA
S/Sgt. Warren J. Montalbano MIA/KIA
S/Sgt. Michael R. Rindos MIA/KIA
Sgt. Guy C. Hayes Jr. MIA/KIA
Sgt. Joseph M. Goodman
Sgt. Joseph J. Sellick MIA/KIA
Sgt. Lyle Mcallister MIA/KIA

Inscription

2nd Lt. Army Air Forces WWII

Gravesite Details

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