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SSgt Warren James Montalbano

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SSgt Warren James Montalbano Veteran

Birth
New York, USA
Death
17 Mar 1944 (aged 20)
Austria
Burial
Nettuno, Città Metropolitana di Roma Capitale, Lazio, Italy Add to Map
Plot
Tablets of the Missing
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Army Service No. (ASN): #12185517
Enlistment Date: 11/13/1942
Entered the Service From: New Jersey
757th Bomb Squadron, 459th Bomb Group, Heavy
Awards: Purple Heart
Official Declaration of Death: August 2nd, 1945

Warren J. Montalbano is listed under Finding Of Death in the 1946 Army and Army Air Forces Personnel Casualty List for Bergen County, New Jersey.

Radio Operator/Gunner on Philip S. Wood's crew, B-24H Liberator #41-29237 "Tamerlane II" that went Missing In Action on March 17, 1944 on a bombing mission over Vienna (Bad Vosleau), Austria. The aircraft had a crew of 10. The aircraft was last sighted at 1303 hours. The Missing Air Crew Report noted that the aircraft probably experienced engine supercharger trouble or failure. All 10 crew members were listed as Missing In Action on MACR report 3298. Their official date of death is 2 August 1945.
Son of Dominick and Christine (Kurz) Montalbano, Little Ferry, NJ.

B-24H Liberator Bomber Serial Number 41-29237 'Tamerlane II' had the following crew on 17 March 1944.

● Pilot: 1LT Philip S. Wood, Jr.
● Co-Pilot: 2LT Grover S. Brines, Jr.
● Navigator: 2LT John H. Gorham
● Bombardier: 2LT Frank N. Stear
● Engineer: SSGT Michael R. Rindos
● Radio Operator: SSGT Warren J. Montalbano
● Waist Gunner: SGT Joseph J. Sellick
● Ball Turret Gunner: SGT Lyle McAllister
● Tail Turret Gunner: SGT Guy C. Hayes
● Nose Turret Gunner: SGT Joseph M. Goodman

***I would like to thank JudyF56 Find A Grave ID 47901762 for adding her photos to this memorial***

***I would like to thank Mike Weber Find A Grave ID for updating the middle name, birth date, and linking family members to this memorial in addition to adding his photo and additional information to it***
Army Service No. (ASN): #12185517
Enlistment Date: 11/13/1942
Entered the Service From: New Jersey
757th Bomb Squadron, 459th Bomb Group, Heavy
Awards: Purple Heart
Official Declaration of Death: August 2nd, 1945

Warren J. Montalbano is listed under Finding Of Death in the 1946 Army and Army Air Forces Personnel Casualty List for Bergen County, New Jersey.

Radio Operator/Gunner on Philip S. Wood's crew, B-24H Liberator #41-29237 "Tamerlane II" that went Missing In Action on March 17, 1944 on a bombing mission over Vienna (Bad Vosleau), Austria. The aircraft had a crew of 10. The aircraft was last sighted at 1303 hours. The Missing Air Crew Report noted that the aircraft probably experienced engine supercharger trouble or failure. All 10 crew members were listed as Missing In Action on MACR report 3298. Their official date of death is 2 August 1945.
Son of Dominick and Christine (Kurz) Montalbano, Little Ferry, NJ.

B-24H Liberator Bomber Serial Number 41-29237 'Tamerlane II' had the following crew on 17 March 1944.

● Pilot: 1LT Philip S. Wood, Jr.
● Co-Pilot: 2LT Grover S. Brines, Jr.
● Navigator: 2LT John H. Gorham
● Bombardier: 2LT Frank N. Stear
● Engineer: SSGT Michael R. Rindos
● Radio Operator: SSGT Warren J. Montalbano
● Waist Gunner: SGT Joseph J. Sellick
● Ball Turret Gunner: SGT Lyle McAllister
● Tail Turret Gunner: SGT Guy C. Hayes
● Nose Turret Gunner: SGT Joseph M. Goodman

***I would like to thank JudyF56 Find A Grave ID 47901762 for adding her photos to this memorial***

***I would like to thank Mike Weber Find A Grave ID for updating the middle name, birth date, and linking family members to this memorial in addition to adding his photo and additional information to it***

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