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7th Station Complement Squadron



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  • 1st Combat Bomb Wing
  • 381st Bomb Group

    381st Bomb Group

    The 381st Bomb Group flew B-17 Flying Fortresses from Ridgewell, Essex between June 1943 and April 1945. The Group was awarded two Distinguished Unit Citations, the first for bombing shipyards at Bremen, whilst under heavy attack, on 8 October 1943 and...

  • 432nd Air Service Group
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Station Location Date
Based Ridgewell



  • Frank Alberson

    Military | 381st Bomb Group

  • Alfred Albright

    Military | Transportation Non-Commissioned Officer | 381st Bomb Group

  • George Alessio

    Military | Truck Driver, Light | 381st Bomb Group
    To 432 ASGp

  • Louis Alley

    Military | Clerk-Typist | 381st Bomb Group
    To 432 ASGp

  • Roy Alley

    Military | Communications Officer | 381st Bomb Group
    To 535

  • Aleck Altman

    Military | Airplane Mechanic-Gunner | 381st Bomb Group

  • Bertil Anderson

    Military | Chemical Non-Commissioned Officer | 381st Bomb Group
    To 432 ASGp

  • Robert Anderson

    Military | Sergeant | 381st Bomb Group
    "Sgt. Robert H. Anderson, of Thaxton, Virginia, a member of the 7th Station Complement Squadron was accidentally shot in the left chest about 1630 hours and died in the Station hospital a few minutes later. The shot was fired by Sgt. Martin L. Miller,...

  • Lester Ankenman

    Military | Administrative Non-Commissioned Officer | 381st Bomb Group
    To 432 ASGp

  • Frank Ankepan

    Military | 381st Bomb Group

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Date Contributor Update
27 September 2014 18:42:51 AAM AAM ingest

Drawn from the records of the National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force, Savannah, Georgia / Units in the UK from ETOUSA Station List, as transcribed by Lt. Col. Philip Grinton (US Army, Retired) and extracted by IWM; air division data from L.D. Underwood, based on the 8th Air Force Strength Report of 6th August 1944, as published in 'The 8th Air Force Yearbook' by Lt. Col. John H Woolnough (1980)