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Cpl. James Arthur Moore

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Cpl. James Arthur Moore

Birth
Maryland, USA
Death
18 Apr 1944 (aged 22)
England
Burial
Still Pond, Kent County, Maryland, USA
Memorial ID
53782126 View Source

James served as a Corporal and Administrative Clerk, 545th Bomber Squadron, 384th Bomber Group, U.S. Army Air Force during World War II.

He resided in New Castle County, Delaware prior to the war.

He enlisted in the Army on August 20, 1942 in Camden, New Jersey. He was noted, at the time of his enlistment, as being employed in the production of rayon and allied products, and also as Single, without dependents.

James died in the "Line Of Duty" in England, along with two other soldiers from his unit, while crossing an active runway at night and being struck by a RAF Short Sterling. Two crewman from the RAF plane were also killed as a result of the incident.

Service # 32359853

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The three American's killed:

Moore, James A. ~ Corp, DE
Ollre, David K. ~ S/Sgt, TX
Potocki, Teddy R. ~ Corp, NY

( Bio & Report by: Russ Pickett )

James served as a Corporal and Administrative Clerk, 545th Bomber Squadron, 384th Bomber Group, U.S. Army Air Force during World War II.

He resided in New Castle County, Delaware prior to the war.

He enlisted in the Army on August 20, 1942 in Camden, New Jersey. He was noted, at the time of his enlistment, as being employed in the production of rayon and allied products, and also as Single, without dependents.

James died in the "Line Of Duty" in England, along with two other soldiers from his unit, while crossing an active runway at night and being struck by a RAF Short Sterling. Two crewman from the RAF plane were also killed as a result of the incident.

Service # 32359853

~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~

The three American's killed:

Moore, James A. ~ Corp, DE
Ollre, David K. ~ S/Sgt, TX
Potocki, Teddy R. ~ Corp, NY

( Bio & Report by: Russ Pickett )

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