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George Schonfeld, Glenn Sievert and ground crewmen of the 356th Fighter Group underneath a P-47 Thunderbolt.

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  • 356th Fighter Group

    356th Fighter Group

    Group
    The 356th Fighter Group flew 413 missions between 15 October 1943 and 7 May 1945 and suffered the highest ratio of losses to enemy aircraft claims of any Eighth Air Force Group. This gave the Group the reputation of being the 'hard luck' outfit. The...

People

  • George Schonfeld

    Military | Sergeant | Crew Chief

  • Glenn Sievert

    Military | Corporal | Armorer
    Armament School at Buckley Field, CO; Westover Field, Mass; Groton Field, CT; Mitchell Field; Grenier Field, NH; left England 11/45; planes worked on 'Eager Eagle' & 'Tar Button'

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Date Contributor Update
10 July 2019 07:45:50 Emily Changes to caption
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Date Contributor Update
09 July 2019 13:54:09 Carl Created entry with person associations
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Image provided by Irvin Schonfeld, George Schonfeld's son.

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