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Cpl. Ronald Charles Lloyd

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Cpl. Ronald Charles Lloyd

Birth
Delaware, USA
Death
27 May 1944 (aged 28–29)
South Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, USA
Burial
Seaford, Sussex County, Delaware, USA
Memorial ID
53670681 View Source

Ronald, who resided at 304 Harrington Street, Seaford, Delaware, served as a Corporal & aerial gunner on B-24J Liberator (#42-100024), 112th Base Unit, U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II.

He resided in Laurel, Delaware and was a member of the Delaware National Guard prior to the war.

Ronald's National Guard unit was activated into full time federal service on January 27, 1941, prior to the war, from Laurel, Delaware. He was noted, at that time, as being Single, without dependents.

He was killed in the "Line Of Duty", along with 9 other airmen, when his B-24J bomber crashed during a training flight near South Hadley, Massachusetts.

At the time of his death he was assigned to the 112th Base Unit, Westover Field, Massachusetts.

He had served in the Air Corps for four years and three months at the time of his death.

Service # 20264330

Son of Claud James Lloyd and Ethel May Marvel Lloyd.

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The other 9 airmen who died with him include:

Andersen, Arnold H., Sgt, Illinois
Ashley, William M., Jr., 2nd Lt, Ohio
Dechert, Wilburn H., Sgt, Engineer, Texas
Dowden, Donald D., 2nd Lt, Navigator, Minnesota
Griffith, Ambrose D., Sgt, Massachusetts
Logan, John D., 2nd Lt
Malcolm, Talbot M., Jr., 2nd Lt, Pilot, New Jersey
Ohr, Robert J., Corp, Illinois
Padgett, Kearney W., Corp, Mississippi

( Bio & Crew Report by: Russell S. "Russ" Pickett )

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Ronald, who resided at 304 Harrington Street, Seaford, Delaware, served as a Corporal & aerial gunner on B-24J Liberator (#42-100024), 112th Base Unit, U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II.

He resided in Laurel, Delaware and was a member of the Delaware National Guard prior to the war.

Ronald's National Guard unit was activated into full time federal service on January 27, 1941, prior to the war, from Laurel, Delaware. He was noted, at that time, as being Single, without dependents.

He was killed in the "Line Of Duty", along with 9 other airmen, when his B-24J bomber crashed during a training flight near South Hadley, Massachusetts.

At the time of his death he was assigned to the 112th Base Unit, Westover Field, Massachusetts.

He had served in the Air Corps for four years and three months at the time of his death.

Service # 20264330

Son of Claud James Lloyd and Ethel May Marvel Lloyd.

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The other 9 airmen who died with him include:

Andersen, Arnold H., Sgt, Illinois
Ashley, William M., Jr., 2nd Lt, Ohio
Dechert, Wilburn H., Sgt, Engineer, Texas
Dowden, Donald D., 2nd Lt, Navigator, Minnesota
Griffith, Ambrose D., Sgt, Massachusetts
Logan, John D., 2nd Lt
Malcolm, Talbot M., Jr., 2nd Lt, Pilot, New Jersey
Ohr, Robert J., Corp, Illinois
Padgett, Kearney W., Corp, Mississippi

( Bio & Crew Report by: Russell S. "Russ" Pickett )

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CPL, US ARMY AIR FORCES WORLD WAR II

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