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SSgt William J. Everard, WW II, MIA/KIA
Posted by: Billie Sue (Reynolds) Taylor Date: September 01, 2001 at 22:27:32
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SSgt William J. Everard
serial no. 36 235 461
428th Bombardment Squadron, 310th Bombardment Group, Medium (B-25C)
radio operator
Date of Death/MIA: 4 April 1943
Lost over the Mediterranean Sea between Sicily and Tunisia
Date declared dead: 5 April 1944
Age: 26 years old at time of MIA
Race: white
Creed: Cath.
height: 5' 7 1/2"
weight: 122
Eyes: Brown
Hair: Brown
Show size: 7 E

Info from: OQMG form 371, Data on Remains Not Yet Recovered or Identified

FYI
In researching a lost relative, SSgt Norris D. Dickey, I requested and received his IDPF (Individual Deceased Personnel File). In the file was the list and info of all 6 crew members of the downed plane.

First Lieutenant Laula M. Middleton, Pilot
First Lieutenant Roland Frost, Co-Pilot
Technical Sergeant Howard L. Jenkins, Photographer
Staff Sergeant Stephen G. Surbaugh, B
Staff Sergeant Norris D. Kickey, Upper Turret Gunner
Staff Sergeant William J. Everard, Radio Operator

See also: WW II forum #4499
Just wanted to share!
Regards,
Billie Sue


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