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Sgt. Norman Johnson Moore

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Sgt. Norman Johnson Moore

Birth
Delaware, USA
Death
6 Oct 1943 (aged 20)
At Sea
Burial
Millsboro, Sussex County, Delaware, USA
Memorial ID
53782272 View Source

Norman, who resided in Millsboro, Delaware, served as a Sergeant and aerial gunner on B-24D Liberator #41-24041 with the 538th Bomber Squadron, 382nd Bomb Group, U.S. Army Air Force during World War II.

He enlisted in the Army on January 22, 1943 in Camden, New Jersey. He was noted as Single, without dependents.

He was killed in a plane crash in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Washington State after departing Pocotello Air Base in Idaho which was believed to be a training mission.

He had served in the Air Corps for eight months at the time of his death.

Service # 32488490

Son of Charles W. W. Moore and Mary Johnson Moore.

( Bio by: Russ Pickett )

( Memorial found by: lolo1951 )

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The entire Crew was lost on this flight and included:

Donald E Benton, 2nd Lt, Pilot
John J Boniface, 2nd Lt
Harry F Brennan, Jr, 2nd Lt
Joseph L Herrle, 2nd Lt
Robert H Schmidt, SSgt
Connie C Hagemeier, Sgt
Neil L Hall, Sgt
Norman Johnson Moore, Sgt, Aerial Gunner
Edward R Pettruny, Sgt
James B Shelton, Sgt

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Norman, who resided in Millsboro, Delaware, served as a Sergeant and aerial gunner on B-24D Liberator #41-24041 with the 538th Bomber Squadron, 382nd Bomb Group, U.S. Army Air Force during World War II.

He enlisted in the Army on January 22, 1943 in Camden, New Jersey. He was noted as Single, without dependents.

He was killed in a plane crash in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Washington State after departing Pocotello Air Base in Idaho which was believed to be a training mission.

He had served in the Air Corps for eight months at the time of his death.

Service # 32488490

Son of Charles W. W. Moore and Mary Johnson Moore.

( Bio by: Russ Pickett )

( Memorial found by: lolo1951 )

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

The entire Crew was lost on this flight and included:

Donald E Benton, 2nd Lt, Pilot
John J Boniface, 2nd Lt
Harry F Brennan, Jr, 2nd Lt
Joseph L Herrle, 2nd Lt
Robert H Schmidt, SSgt
Connie C Hagemeier, Sgt
Neil L Hall, Sgt
Norman Johnson Moore, Sgt, Aerial Gunner
Edward R Pettruny, Sgt
James B Shelton, Sgt

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