Robert served as a Sergeant on B-25D #41-30350, 3rd Bomber Training Squadron, U.S. Army Air Force during World War II.
He resided in Texas prior to the war.
Robert died in the "Line Of Duty" while on a training mission when his B-25 crashed in Telergma, Algeria during the war. It is believed that they were training to use Radar. It is unknown what caused the B-25 to crash.
Service # 18102266
His brother, S/Sgt George R. Casey, died while a POW of the Japanese Army during the war in China.
They are interred next to each other.
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Airmen who perished on this flight:
Carder, Gerald L ~ S/Sgt, CO
Casey, Robert P ~ Sgt, TX
Danser, John W ~ 2nd Lt, NJ
Fasola, Anthony P ~ 2nd Lt, PA
Miller, Gordon A ~ S/Sgt, RI
O'Connell, Maurice ~ Capt, Pilot, CT
Smolak, Joseph A ~ S/Sgt, OH
Bio & Crew Report by:
Russell S. "Russ" Pickett
TEXAS SGT 3 AAF BOMB TNG SQ
WORLD WAR II
Gravesite Details Sgt, US Army Air Forces, WW II
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