Lloyd G. “Doc” McNamee

Lloyd McNamee, 1944
Lloyd McNamee, 1944
Recent Address: 278 East Center Street, West Mansfield, OH 43358-9714
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Family Info: Wife: Mary Lou; Children: Linda, Luann, Lorre, Leesa
Hometown: West Mansfield, OH
Date Entered Service: December 5, 1942
Service Number: 15382479
Bomb Group: 444th
Squadron: 677th
Location of Unit: Great Bend, KS June 1944
Missions Flown: 35
Hump Missions: 14 round trips
Awards: Distinguished Flying Cross, Air Medal with 5 Oak Leaf Clusters, Asiatic-Pacific Theater Ribbon with 6 Battle Stars, Presidential Unit Citation, Good Conduct Medal
Service Schools: B-29 School Sep 1943; Armament School Nov 1943; Flight Training Jan 1944
MOS: MOS 006-Airplane Engine Mechanic, MOS 611-Aerial Gunner
Rank Upon Discharge: Staff Sergeant
Crew Type: Flight crew
Airplane Serial No.& Name: 42-24420 (unnamed), Dyna-Mite
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Date Discharged: October 16, 1945
Post WWII Service:
Post WWII Civilian Occupation(s): Farmer. Owner/Operator of Sohio Service Station.
Thoughts About the 58th: I am enclosing an interview with our local newspaper. It continues to express my thoughts and feelings concerning my service years. It also describes “The Crash at Ankon” which was a most memorable event. (A copy of this interview is on file in the office of the 58th Bomb Wing Memorial.)/mcnamee2.jpg
“Doc” McNamee with 50-caliber shell casing, 1991
“Doc” McNamee with 50-caliber shell casing, 1991

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