Bomb Group

380th Bomb Group Association
World War II Veterans Group




Part A:  380th Ground Staff Directly Involved in Maintenance, Arming, and Servicing of the
380th Bomb Group Aircraft in World War II

Part B:  380th Ground Staff Directly Involved in Vital Support Services --
380th Bomb Group in World War II


Parts II, V, and VI of this series present the flight crews, the planes they flew, and the combat missions of each.  Search methods permit the derivation of the mission list of each individual flight crew.

In developing Parts V and VI, it was attempted to develop the corresponding ground staff for reach aircraft to complement the flight crew listing.  Unfortunately, the available records for the 380th do not relate individual records to particular aircraft except for some ferry flights which were made to New Guinea and Corunna Downs, West Australia.  The Hortons in their history also mention several of the aircraft ground crew chief by name, but only for the most famous aircraft.

We have therefore reformatted much of the personnel listing of Part I of the series to allow us to list all aircraft ground crew by MOS (Military Occupational Specialty) or SSN (Service Specialty Number).  Please see the MOS listing in Part IV of this series for a complete set of these which were used in the 380th.

Part VII-A covers the 380th ground staff directly involved in maintenance, arming, and servicing of the group's aircraft.

Part VII-B covers all other ground staff:  Administration, Supply, Medical, Mess, etc, and .is listed by Department Assigned, Specialty within the Department, and lastly by Squadron in the 380th Bomb Group.


Glossary of Abbreviations and Acronyms Used


ISBN: 0-9672447-6-5

Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 99-73366

Copyright © 2004 by Theodore J. Williams

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Theodore J. Williams
West Lafayette, IN USA

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Last updated: 27 August 2015