380th

Bomb Group

380th Bomb Group Association
World War II Veterans Group

WE WENT TO WAR

PART I:  A WWII WARTIME ROSTER OF THE 380TH BOMBARDMENT GROUP (H)

Compiled by

Theodore J. Williams
Barbara J. Gotham
September 1999 - Updated August 2006



Contents


INTRODUCTION

This roster has been prepared to insure the remembrance of all those personnel who served with the 380th Bombardment Group (Heavy), Fifth Bomber Command, 5th Air Force, Far East Air Forces, USAAF, during World War II. In this work the group will be represented by the terms 380th Bomb Group (H), 380 Bomb Group, 380th, or Group for brevity. The roster has been prepared under the auspices of the 380th Bomb Group Association, Inc., the organization of wartime veterans of service in the 380th Bomb Group and their families and associates. Australian veterans who served with or worked with the 380th are also welcomed as members of the Association.

It takes many people, skilled in a wide variety of different tasks, to staff a heavy bombardment group. While the flight crews who man the planes on their battle missions receive the glory and take the risks of combat, many others, behind the scenes at the home air base of the group, must repair and service the planes, and carry out all the other operations that allow an organization the size of a small city to survive anywhere in the world. Everyone who has contributed to the mission of the Group needs to be recognized in discussing the service and history of the 380th Bomb Group. That is the task the authors have set for themselves in preparing this roster. Everyone from the Group Commanding Officer to the Squadron Mail Room Clerk must be named and recognized for his part in making the 380th Bomb Group the success that it was in the Pacific in World War II.

References



Corrections Requested

The authors regret any mistakes that may have crept into this compilation and we take full responsibility for such. We will welcome any comments or corrections from the readers of this book and the other parts of this compilation, and will make every effort to correct them. Therefore, we hope you will let us know of any such errors.

For a list of the errors found to date, please click here.

Every attempt has been made to get permission to use photographs, drawings, information, etc., when the sources were known. If copyrighted material appears here, please let us know so permission can be requested and credit given. If you have any photos, corrections, or other information to add to this history, please send email to Barbara Gotham at 380th.ww2@gmail.com or use our Comment Form.

We will incorporate all corrections and additional data which we receive in this compilation as maintained at this website.



ISBN 0-9672447-0-6

Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 99-73366

Copyright © 1999 by Theodore J. Williams

All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means, mechanical, photo-copying, recording, or otherwise, for commercial purposes, without the prior written permission of the publisher. However, private use for historical research or related purposes is hereby granted on condition that credit be given to this publication and its authors.

Published by:

Theodore J. Williams
208 Chippewa Street
West Lafayette, IN 47906-2123 USA




PART I

Introduction
About this Roster
Notes Concerning Each Listing
Collection of Data
Glossary of Abbreviations and Acronyms Used
Table of Relative Rank Titles and Abbreviations
Australian Duty Titles
Command Structures

About the Authors

References



Roster for Group Headquarters

Roster of the 528th Squadron

Roster of the 529th Squadron

Roster of the 530th Squadron

Roster of the 531st Squadron




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