384th Bombardment Group (Heavy) in World War II

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This is a picture of my father. He was a ball turret gunner with the 384th group 546th Bomb Squad. He was shot down April 9 1944 and became a POW. He lost his right arm due to flak and lack of care as a POW.

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Linda Van Gorkom Stevens (Daughter)
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  • ljstevens - Wednesday 7 February 2024 16:46
    Lester Van Gorkom 384th Group 546th Bomb squad