384th Bombardment Group (Heavy) in World War II

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From Kent Lagerquist, November 2019:

This serviceman was T/Sgt. Clarence Theodore Morrison, USAAF. He was The Dallas Rebel’s (42-29814) engineer/top turret gunner in the 544th BS. MIA/KIA 9 October 43 when they ditched in the North Sea. He was from the small rural town of Rose City in northern Michigan. His photo and history was passed down to my wife Karen: Morrison would be her great-uncle.

We visited his wall memorial at Cambridge American Cemetery in England last year. These men gave so much and time needs to remember them and what they endured for our freedom. Thank you for having a place where these great men and women can live on and not be forgotten.

I will continue to follow the 384th in their honor and pass this on to my children.