384th Bombardment Group (Heavy) in World War II

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Warren May on Leave

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Warren Francis May, Jr., Navigator of the Jack L. Liebert crew. Killed on July 20, 1944 by flak.

Warren (on far right in dress military hat and wings) and his girlfriend Joan Hall (later her married name was Greener), with part of the crew on leave in England, just before his death.

Identifications from "Jesse's Story" by Guy Maxey: From left to right: Jack Liebert, Unidentified, Unidentified, James Gray, Warren May, Jesse
Maxey. The girl is Mays’ girlfriend, Joan.

Photo contributed by Warren's brother, Marshall F. Brennan, 2016.

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