Antonio M. Cassano

Antonio Cassano, WWII
Antonio Cassano, WWII
Recent Address: 239-37 147th Drive, Rosedale, Jamaica, NY 11422
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Family Info: Parents: Antonio and Angelina; Wife: Phyllis; Siblings: Gertrude, Edward
Hometown: Brooklyn, NY
Date Entered Service: March 12, 1943
Service Number: 32861611
Bomb Group: 22 Air Depot Grp., 97 Repair Sq.
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Location of Unit: India (1944)
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Awards: American Service Medal, Asiatic-Pacific Service Medal, Good Conduct Medal, WWII Victory Medal
Service Schools: Aircraft Engine and Overhaul-Florida 1943; Embry Riddle School of Aviation 1944
MOS: MOS 747-Airplane and Engine Mechanic
Rank Upon Discharge: Corporal
Crew Type: Ground crew
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Date Transferred from the 58th: March, 1943
Date Discharged: January 19, 1946
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Post WWII Civilian Occupation(s): Lockheed Aircraft Service, U.S. President's Aircraft; American and Trans World Airlines, retired in 1986
Thoughts About the 58th: I was proud to work on the Enola Gay which bombed Japan. Proud to have served my country. Met many great wonderful men. Proud to be an American.
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