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Rank and Name, Staff Sergeant Seymour L. Adelman.
Unit/placed on, 370th Bomber Squadron, 307th Bomber Group (Heavy)“Lone Rangers”.
Seymour was born in 1921 in Pennsylvania.
Parents and Siblings, No Record Available.
Seymour entered the Service from Camden, New Jersey in Nov. 6, 1941with service-number # 12010960.
Seymour’s crew-members and their position on-board the plane a B-24 were;
2ndLt. Nathaniel G. Guiberson Jr. Pilot
2ndLt. Richard M. Foss Co Pilot
2ndLt. Leonard F. Graff Bombardier
2ndLt. George E. Scamman Navigator
S/Sgt. Seymour L. Adelman Engineer
S/Sgt. John E. Fanning Radio Operator
S/Sgt. Robert N. Furtwangler Right Waist Gunner
S/Sgt. Robert J. Ventura Tail Gunner
Sgt. James O. Avery Left Waist Gunner
Pfc. Gordon P. Bullock Ball Turret Gunner
Seymour was KIA when the plane was attacked and crashed in the Sea on June 30, 1943, is honored with a Purple Heart, Air Medal with 3 Oak Leaf Cluster, Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal and the WWII Victory Medal.
Seymour is buried/mentioned at Manila American Cemetery and Memorial Manila, Metro Manila, National Capital Region, Philippines.
Wall of the missing.
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