671st BS Patch

416th Bombardment Group (L)

S/Sgt. Jack NMI Steward

Airplane Mechanic-Gunner,  18097398

Killed In Action - Apr 10, 1944

671st Bombardment Squadron (L)

WWII-Medal

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  Born: 1921, Linn, Cedar County, Missouri

Entered Military Service: Date: 4-Apr-1942 From: Maricopa County, Arizona
NARA Enlistment Record: Enlisted Serial # 18097398

Missing: Memorial at Cambridge American Cemetery, Cambridge, United Kingdom, Tablets of the Missing

On-line Memorials:
National World War II Registry     Overseas American Cemeteries
American Battle Monuments Commission
Find-A-Grave





Notes:
A/C Last contacted by Radio. Lost as a result of Enemy Anti-Aircraft.

Description:
Two crews were lost due to Enemy Action. 1st Lt. William E. Cramsie and his two gunners, S/Sgt. Charles R. Henshaw and S/Sgt. Jack (NMI) Steward, were last heard from calling for a bearing while out over the English Channel. Lt. Raines, Lt. Cramsie, and their crews have been listed as "Missing in Action".
(416th BG History 1944)

See also MACR 3747 and Mission # 10




Photos and Documents
1930 US Census
1940 US Census
Tucson Daily Citizen (Tucson, Arizona) 11 May 1944, Thu Page 1
Tablet Of The Missing
Rosters Of WW II Dead
WW II Army and Army Air Force Casualty List
National World War II Memorial Registry
National World War II Memorial Registry


Source information can be viewed at WWII Military Service Fatalities Sources

"Goin' Home" courtesy of the U.S. Air Force Band