Donald Charles WellsMilitary
Assigned to 324BS, 91BG, 8AF USAAF. B-17 41-24464 'Excalibur' ditched into North Sea on 4-Mar-43 after repeated fighter attacks. Returned to base when picked up by British minesweeper after 7 hours in life raft. RTD
Awards: AM, PH, WWII Victory, EAME.
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Units served with
- Military/Civilian/Mascot: Military
- Nationality: American
- Unit: 91st Bomb Group The Ragged Irregulars 324th Bomb Squadron
- Service Numbers: 17019995 / O-442336
- Highest Rank: First Lieutenant
- Role/Job: Pilot
|Fairmont, NE||1917-10-15||Son of Charles Alvin and Lona D [Dorrance] Wells.|
|Fort Crook, NE||1941-12-31||Fort Crook, Nebraska|
|Bassingbourn||Assigned to 324BS, 91BG, 8AF USAAF.|
|Lincoln Memorial Park Lincoln, Lancaster County, NE||1992-11-26||Lincoln Memorial Park Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska|
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