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Cpl. Thomas Lee McDougall

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Cpl. Thomas Lee McDougall

Birth
Fergus Falls Township, Otter Tail County, Minnesota, USA
Death
29 Nov 1944 (aged 21)
Nottingham, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, USA
Burial
Camden, Kent County, Delaware, USA
Memorial ID
58774657 View Source

Thomas, who resided in Marydel, Delaware, served as a Corporal and radio operator on a B-24 Liberator Bomber, U.S. Army Air Force during World War II.

He enlisted in the Army on January 22, 1943 in Baltimore, Maryland. He was noted, at the time of his enlistment, as being employed as a Railroad Brakemen and also as Married.

Thomas was killed in the "Line Of Duty" as the result of an airplane crash eighteen miles northeast of Grenier Army Airfield, near Nottingham, New Hampshire during the war.

He had served in the Air Corps for one year and ten months at the time of his death.

Service # 33552024

( Bio by: Russ Pickett )

Thanks to member "Gennie" for finding this grave site!

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This bomber was not assigned to a group or squadron.

The airmen killed on this flight were:

Hackstock, Paul L., 2nd Lt, Pilot, Colorado
Jones, Russell E., Flt Off, Michigan
McDougall, Thomas L., Corp, Delaware
Rickenbach, Calvin R., Corp
Smith, Preston K., Corp, Tennessee
Stephenson, Wilbur C., 2nd Lt, Pennsylvania
Swarner, William E., Jr., Corp, Kansas
Wells, Robert H., Corp, New Hampshire
Young, Kenneth J., Corp, Michigan

There is also a memorial bench, which includes all their names, at the site of the B-24 bomber crash at the base of Middle Mountain in Pawtuckaway State Park in Nottingham, New Hampshire.
" Photo shown to the left "

( Crew Report by: Russ Pickett )

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Thomas, who resided in Marydel, Delaware, served as a Corporal and radio operator on a B-24 Liberator Bomber, U.S. Army Air Force during World War II.

He enlisted in the Army on January 22, 1943 in Baltimore, Maryland. He was noted, at the time of his enlistment, as being employed as a Railroad Brakemen and also as Married.

Thomas was killed in the "Line Of Duty" as the result of an airplane crash eighteen miles northeast of Grenier Army Airfield, near Nottingham, New Hampshire during the war.

He had served in the Air Corps for one year and ten months at the time of his death.

Service # 33552024

( Bio by: Russ Pickett )

Thanks to member "Gennie" for finding this grave site!

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

This bomber was not assigned to a group or squadron.

The airmen killed on this flight were:

Hackstock, Paul L., 2nd Lt, Pilot, Colorado
Jones, Russell E., Flt Off, Michigan
McDougall, Thomas L., Corp, Delaware
Rickenbach, Calvin R., Corp
Smith, Preston K., Corp, Tennessee
Stephenson, Wilbur C., 2nd Lt, Pennsylvania
Swarner, William E., Jr., Corp, Kansas
Wells, Robert H., Corp, New Hampshire
Young, Kenneth J., Corp, Michigan

There is also a memorial bench, which includes all their names, at the site of the B-24 bomber crash at the base of Middle Mountain in Pawtuckaway State Park in Nottingham, New Hampshire.
" Photo shown to the left "

( Crew Report by: Russ Pickett )

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