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S/SGT  Gerald F. ALLEN

UNIT: 350th BOMB Sqdn POSITION: BTG
SERIAL #: 14177683 STATUS: FEH
MACR:

Comments1: AIRMAN

COMMENTS & NOTES

MEMO 1:

CREW

2nd Lt Emil V.Busch                  P  FEH O-336718
2nd Lt Ralph E. Weaver            CP FEH O-2069846
2nd Lt Joseph Kucht              NAV FEH O-2077871
 Cpl Robert J.Sweeney           TOG FEH  36899154
 S/Sgt Andrew J.Kroll             TTE FEH  33291335
 T/Sgt Robert E. Kausrud       ROG FEH 36835579
 Sgt Gerald F.Allen,Jr.             BTG FEH 14177683
 Cpl Richard M.Cawley, Jr.        WG  FEH 13186101
 Cpl Howard 'W.Eichelberger    TG  FEH  35086578

350th Sqdn. Crew,as above,joined 100th Group on 6/4/45

Robert "Bob" Kausrud, 83-- Here is the obit for Robert Kausrud,(TAPS 29 Oct,2008)  ROG on the 2nd Lt. Emil V. Busch crew

New Richmond News, WI - 11/07/2008

Robert "Bob" Kausrud passed away Oct. 29, 2008, at The Deerfield Care facility in New Richmond. 
He was born in Toronto, Canada, and raised in Batavia, New York, and then Eau Claire, Wis. He graduated high school at University High in Kalamazoo, Mich. and attended Western Michigan for two years before enlisting in the U.S. Army Air Corp to serve in World War II. He had lifelong love of as he called it “God’s Green Cathedral” where he enjoyed hunting, fishing, archery and being with nature. He also enjoyed playing the dulcimer and writing. Bob served in World War II with the U.S. Army Air Corps in Europe from Oct. 1943 to 1946. He was honorably discharged as a Technical Sergeant 350th Bomb Squadron 100th Bomb Group. He was a radio operator and gunner and flew missions over Germany including the evacuation of prisoners from Dachau to Paris at the end of WWII. He also re-enlisted in 1953 during the Korean War.

My father  Robert J  Sweeney   of  Flint, Michigan  was in the 350th,  
passed away at the age of 52 yrs, on March 10, 1976 in Flint, Michigan. 
Sadly, my father never talked much about his service in the war, and 
we never even recieved An american flag at his funeral, much less any 
military acknowledgements.  I was 15 yrs old when he died in my arms 
from suffering a heart attack at home.  He was within 4 moths of 
retiring from the City of Flint, Mi fire dept, where he was a 
firefighter for over 24 years.  If its possible please add him to the 
taps list on this website.  Thank you in advance.

Respectfully submitted,
His Son
Stephen M Sweeney

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