Hale Edward E 38370711 Nose

by Carmen Godwin
(Jacksonville, FL, US)

Ed (on left) in paratrooper outfit.

Ed (on left) in paratrooper outfit.

Ed Hale was a nose/tail(?) gunner in WW2 European campaign. He was shot down twice, with the final time resulting in capture and internment in a German POW camp. He received multiple Purple Hearts. I have his diary from the POW camp, letters home to his wife JimoLee, as well as many photos including the ones attached here.

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by: Steve D'Ambrosio

I would like to see more photos of the crew. My father, Alfred D'Ambrosio, flew with Edward Hale.

write to steve98_1998@yahoo.com

Thanks,
Steve

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