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422nd 8th AF - Chelveston
Posted by: Monique Chamberlain (ID *****9553) Date: March 06, 2013 at 09:58:00
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Looking for information on my father, William Wesley Williams, Jr., who was a Lt. in WWII in Chelveston, England (422nd 8th AF) He was a pilot/co-pilot on a B17. Most of his missions were flown on the B17 with the noseart “Stag Party”. I would love to correspond with anyone who knew him during that time. Dad never talked about the war much, except to say he didn’t think he was going to come back home. He said one time he and his crew came back to base with one engine. My dad passed away in 1979 and I miss him very much. So would like to hear any stories that someone might know about him during that time in his life. Thanks in advance!


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