New England Air Museum
Thomas A. Hall


Recent Address:

182 St. William Drive, Lexington, KY 40502



Family Information:

Wife: Norma; Children: Kathy, Peggy


Hazard, KY

Date Entered Service:

February 3, 1943

Service Number:


Bomb Group:




Location of Unit:

Chakulia, India - 1944

Missions Flown:


Hump Missions Flown:





Carbine Marksman; SMG Marksman

Service Schools Attended:

Meteorolgy, State Univ. of Iowa 1943; Air Force Training Center, Lincoln, NE 1943; Air Force Training Center, Lowry Field, Denver, CO 1943

Military Specialty(ies):

MOS 911 - Airplane Armorer

Rank Upon Discharge:


Crew Type:

Ground crew

Airplane Serial No.& Name:

42-24582 Little Clambert; When his group left for Tinian Tom remained in India with the service crew to maintain the B-24s in the supply group. Later he was assigned to a P-47 group in Asansol, India and Ramau, Burma.

Were you a POW?


Were you interned?


Date Transferred from the 58th:


Date Discharged from the 58th:

November 5, 1945

Post-WWII Military Service:


Thoughts on the 58th Bomb Wing:

"My Experiences in the Air Force during World War II" written by Thomas A. Hall, is on file in the 58th Bomb Wing office.


Mr. Hall passed away December 8, 2006 and is buried at Rest Haven Cemetery, Jeff, KY.


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