Thomas A. Hall

Recent Address: 182 St. William Drive, Lexington, KY 40502
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Family Info: Wife: Norma; Children: Kathy, Peggy
Hometown: Hazard, KY
Date Entered Service: February 3, 1943
Service Number:
Bomb Group: 40th
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Location of Unit: Chakulia, India - 1944
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Awards: Carbine Marksman; SMG Marksman
Service Schools: Meteorolgy, State Univ. of Iowa 1943; Air Force Training Center, Lincoln, NE 1943; Air Force Training Center, Lowry Field, Denver, CO 1943
MOS: MOS 911 - Airplane Armorer
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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.
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Date Discharged: November 5, 1945
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Thoughts About the 58th: “My Experiences in the Air Force during World War II” written by Thomas A. Hall, is on file in the 58th Bomb Wing office.
Comments: Mr. Hall passed away December 8, 2006 and is buried at Rest Haven Cemetery, Jeff, KY.

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