John D. Gordon

John D. Gordon, WWII
John D. Gordon, WWII
Recent Address: 401 Cambridge Court, Palmyra, PA 17078-9348
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Family Info: Parents: John and Edna
Hometown: Palmyra, PA
Date Entered Service: June 9, 1944
Service Number: 13158875
Bomb Group: 444th
Squadron: 677th
Location of Unit: West Field, Tinian - August 1945
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Awards: American Campaign Medal, Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal, WWII Victory Medal, Good Conduct Medal
Service Schools: Flexible Gunnery School September 1944
MOS: MOS 611 - Aerial Gunner
Rank Upon Discharge: Sergeant
Crew Type: Flight crew
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Date Transferred from the 58th: October, 1945
Date Discharged: April, 1946
Post WWII Service:
Post WWII Civilian Occupation(s): I graduated from Quaker City School of Aeronautics. I worked as a civilian Aircraft Mechanic with the U.S. Army and the U. S. Air Force.
Thoughts About the 58th: I am proud to have served with the 58th Bomb Wing because it was a very important instrument in bringing a peaceful conclusion to WWII.
Members of Colson
Members of Colson's Crew: BACK ROW (L to R) -- William B. Colson, John C. Bozanick, Frederick O. Leavitt, Roy P. Northern Jr., James H. Nelson, Henry M. Siegal. FRONT ROW (L to R) -- Paul E. Northcutt, John W. Gordon, Thomas W. Wallace, Karl F. Sopher, Theron E. Jackson

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