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T/SGT  Lloyd L. BALL

UNIT: 351st BOMB Sqdn POSITION: TTE

SSGT Lloyd L. Ball
BIRTH	29 Jun 1904
Topeka, Shawnee County, Kansas, USA
DEATH	11 Feb 1943 (aged 38)
Columbia County, Washington, USA
BURIAL	
Inglewood Park Cemetery
Inglewood, Los Angeles County, California, USA
PLOT	Lot 5160, Plot G

SERIAL #: 39528996 STATUS: KIC
MACR:

Comments1: WALLA WALLA, WS (TRAINING)

COMMENTS & NOTES

MEMO 1:

CREW

LT JOHN T. RAY                             P KIC 20 FEB 43 WALLA WALLA, WS
LT RICHARD H. REED                     CP KIC 20 FEB 43 WALLA WALLA, WS
LT  DAVID I. DUNNING                 NAV KIC 20 FEB 43 WALLA WALLA, WS
T/SGT ALEXANDER DEC               TTE KIC 20 FEB 43 WALLA WALLA, WS
T/SGT LLOYD L. BALL                 BTG  KIC 20 FEB 43 WALLA WALLA, WS
S/SGT MILTON D. JOHNSON, JR   ROG  KIC 20 FEB 43 WALLA WALLA, WS
S/SGT WILLMER C. FANKHANEL    WG  KIC 20 FEB 43 WALLA WALLA, WS
S/SGT JOSEPH F. PERKINS            WG  KIC 20 FEB 43 WALLA WALLA, WS
S/SGT CLAUDE W. SEIFERT           TG  KIC 20 FEB 43 WALLA WALLA, WS

351ST SQDN.....THIS CREW WAS KILLED IN A TRAINING ACCIDENT AT WALL WALLA.  IT WAS THE ONLY FATALITIES THE 100TH EXPERIENCED ON TRAINING PEROID. (NEARLY SIX MONTHS)

VANCE R. BOSWELL, THE REGULAR BOMBARDIER, HAD A COLD ON 20 FEB 43 AND DID NOT FLY. LT BOSWELL JOINED THE CREW OF SAM TURNER AND WAS INTERNED IN SWITZERLAND..

a message dated 2/10/2009 8:53:04 P.M. Pacific Standard Time, perkins1b@charter.net writes:
My brother, S/SGT Joseph F. Perkins, waist gunner, was killed, along with all the crew in a training accident flying out of Walla Walla, February 20, 1943.  He was my oldest brother.  I was 5 years old at the time.  The bombardier on that training crew,  Vance Boswell, had a cold and couldn't fly.  He went on to fly in Europe with quite a history himself.  I am enclosing a picture of my brother, Joe, and a picture of the Vance Boswell crew.  I don't know where either of these pictures were taken.

Thank you

David Perkins
Fort Worth, Texas

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