SSG Bernard P. Boecker

by Steve
(California)

513rd Bomber Squadron, 376th Bomber Group, Heavy

Died, May 29, 1944. Purple Heart, Air Medal

Never knew my Uncle but have visited him in the Ardennes. Any information about him would be greatly appreciated.

Steven Boecker, CPT USARNG RET

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by: Clark Baldon

RIP SSG Bernard P. Boecker. Thank You For Your Service!

Steve:
What info do you have? If you can give me any info that you have, it is possible that I can help you find out some more info. Ed has shared several avenues on where and how to search for items that may shed some light on your Uncle.
Regards,
Clark Baldon
cbaldon@comcast.net.

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