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S/SGT  Philip J. DONNELLY

UNIT: 418th BOMB Sqdn POSITION: TG
SERIAL #: 33588376 STATUS: KIA
MACR: 03233 CR: 03233

Comments1: 18 MAR 44 MUNICH

COMMENTS & NOTES

MEMO 1:

CREW

1ST LT DONALD J. STUKE           P KIA 18 MAR 44 MUNICH
2ND LT THOMAS L. LEMOND      CP EVA 18 MAR 44 MUNICH
2ND LT GEORGE E. OWENS     NAV KIA 18 MAR 44 MUNICH (from Lt Don Rice Crew)
2ND LT CLARENCE W. PULLEM   BOM KIA 18 MAR 44 MUNICH
    SGT ARTHUR R. TUOTT      ROG KIA 18 MAR 44 MUNICH
    SGT DANIEL J. SEGRETE      TTE POW 18 MAR 44 MUNICH
    SGT IRVING W. COOKE        BTG KIA 18 MAR 44 MUNICH
    SGT JOSEPH M. DRAGOVICH   WG KIA 18 MAR 44 MUNICH
    SGT JOSEPH C. OGG             WG KIA 18 MAR 44 MUNICH
    SGT PHILLIP J. DONNELLY      TG KIA 18 MAR 44 MUNICH

418th Sqdn.. Crew, as above, is taken from the MACR # 3233. The exact date and composition of this crew when it joined the 100th is unknown. (Iit may be possible to find their assigment order on Micro-film..pw)

The aircraft was lost in a mid-air collision with the A/C (#42-39830) flown by Lt Paul A. Martin of the 350th Sqdn.  The entire nose section of the Stuke A/C plus both left engines were torn off in the collision.

Known Missions of Lt Stuke:

Date Crew Nbr Mission Nbr Last Name Initial Rank Position Aircraft Nbr Target
3/17/1944 33 131 STUKE D.J. LT P 30152 MUNICH
3/18/1944 33 132 STUKE D.J. LT P 37913 MUNICH

MEMO 2:

KIA / MIA / EVA / INT INFORMATION:

TARGET: Munich DATE: 1944-03-18  
AIRCRAFT: (42-37913) CAUSE: Mid-Air with 42-39830  

BURIAL INFORMATION

PLOT: ROW:  
GRAVE: CEMETERY:  
ID: 1353