S/Sgt Jack Brown 9th cameraunit

by Vickie Hamilton Waters
(Granbury, Texas)

Was in the 9th camera unit that flew with 376 BG. I’m looking for him or his family as he was 1 of 4 survivors after being shot down 8/19/1943. My dad Kenneth Hamilton was one of the other survivors

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by: Tom Umphries

Check the roster for Stalag Luft IV. Most enlisted were sent there if captured. Good luck with the search.

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