669th BS Patch

416th Bombardment Group (L)

2Lt. Roland Ernest Enman

Bombardier/Navigator,  O-688692

Killed In Action - Mar 18, 1945

669th Bombardment Squadron (L)

WWII-Medal

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      Born: 18-Aug-1921, Westborough, Worcester County, Massachusetts

Entered Military Service: Date: 1-Jul-1941 At: Boston, MA From: Worcester County, Massachusetts
NARA Enlistment Record: Enlisted Serial # 11030824

Buried: Long Island National Cemetery, East Farmingdale, New York, Plot: J, 15383

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Notes:
A/C Information not Available. Lost as a result of Enemy Anti-Aircraft.

Description:
Four planes were presumed to be lost to flak when they failed to return to base. The planes went down in the vicinity of the PPF IP, northeast of the town of Bingen. Two planes went down in the vicinity of the target. ... No chutes were seen to emerge from any of the planes that were lost. The crews are all listed as MIA. ... #521 received a direct hit on the turn off the target. Both engines were smoking and it was losing altitude but apparently under control. It might have been the plane seen to hit the ground near Johannisberg. After flames broke out in the right engine nacelle, the right wing broke off about 3,000 feet above the ground. The crew included Lt R.H. Cornell, Lt R.E. Enman, and S/Sgt A. Carter.
(416th BG History 1945)

See also MACR 13153 and Mission # 239




Photos and Documents
Birth Index
Birth Register
1940 US Census
1st Lt. Ross H. Cornell, 1st Lt. John E. Blomgren, 2nd Lt. Roland E. Enman, Melun, France
2nd Lt. Roland E. Enman
2nd Lt. Roland E. Enman, 1st Lt. Julian F. Allen, 1st Lt. Jack F. Smith, 1st Lt. Earl R. Hayter, Melun, France
Portrait
Interment Control Form
Interment Control Form
Headstone
WW II Army and Army Air Force Casualty List
National World War II Memorial Registry


Source information can be viewed at WWII Military Service Fatalities Sources

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