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Tribute plaque to 94th Bomb Group leaders. On the memorial at the Rougham Control Tower Museum.

Connections

Units

  • 333rd Bomb Group
  • 94th Bomb Group

    94th Bomb Group

    Group
    Activated 15 June 1942 at MacDill Field, Florida. Initial organization and training at Pendleton Field, Oregon on 29 June 1942. Primary flight training at Davis-Monthan Field in Arizona from 28 Aug. 42 to 31 Oct. 42; then at Biggs Field, El Paso, Texas...

  • 331st Bomb Squadron

    331st Bomb Squadron

    Squadron
    Part of 94th Bomb Group.

  • 332nd Bomb Squadron

    332nd Bomb Squadron

    Squadron
    Part of 94th Bomb Group.

  • 410th Bomb Squadron

    410th Bomb Squadron

    Squadron
    Part of 94th Bomb Group.

People

  • Frederick Castle

    Military | Brigadier General | Commanding Officer; Air Leader, Pilot
    Commanding Officer of 94th Bomb Group at Bury St. Edmunds from 19-Jun-43 to 16-Apr-44. Overseas with General Eaker's staff to organize 8th AF, February 1942. ...

  • Charles Dougher

    Military | Major General | Commander
    Colonel Charles B Daugher was the commander of the 94th BG from 17 April 1944 thru 15 March 1945. He retired as a Major General

  • John Moore

    Military | Colonel | Commanding Officer
    First Commander of 94th Bomb Group at Bassingbourn, Earls Colne and Bury St. Edmunds from 15-Jun-42 to 22-Jun-43.

  • Bolling Rawlinson

    Military | Captain | Co-Pilot; Squadron Commander
    Shot down 13 June 1943 in B-17 #42-29715 'Klo Kay' POW

  • Maurice Rosener

    Military | Captain | Squadron Commander

  • William Sackler

    Military | Second Lieutenant

  • Ralph Saltsman

    Military | Colonel | C/O 331st Bomb Squadron
    Shot down 14 July 1943 in B-17 #42-30243 'Good Time Cholly II', Prisoner of War (POW).

  • Kenneth Steele

    Military | Captain | Pilot

  • Louis Thorup

    Military | Colonel | Group Air Executive Officer, Pilot, Squadron Commander, Group Commander
    First Squadron Commanding Officer for the 333rd BS of 94th BG from 19 November to June 1943. ...

  • John Watters

    Military | Colonel | Assistant Operations Officer
    John’s military career took him from horse-drawn field artillery to command of a missile squadron. During his service of 30 years, he commanded seven units. After transferring to the Army Air Corps during the Second World War, he flew as a bombardier...

Locations

Revisions

Date Contributor Update
24 November 2015 12:56:58 usxpat Changes to person associations and place associations
Sources

Rougham Control Tower memorial plaques

Date Contributor Update
24 November 2015 12:48:54 usxpat Created entry with caption, unit associations and place associations
Sources

http://eastangliamemorials.blogspot.co.uk/2013/09/rougham-control-tower-...

Date Contributor Update
24 November 2015 12:48:54 usxpat Changes to place associations
Sources

http://eastangliamemorials.blogspot.co.uk/2013/09/rougham-control-tower-...

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