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LT  Ronald N. LEBO

UNIT: 349th BOMB Sqdn POSITION: P

 2nd Lt. Ronald N. Lebo standing by Bermondsey Belle, XR-V 338681 (100th Photo Archives) 

SERIAL #: STATUS: CPT
MACR:

Comments1: 11 APR 45 Landshüt, GERMANY

COMMENTS & NOTES

MEMO 1:

CREW

Lt. Ronald N. Lebo   P CPT
Lt. Paul W. Green   CP CPT
Lt. Bernard O. Bonin   NAV CPT
T/Sgt Gene C. Bankston   TOG CPT (Moved from WG to TOG when Pitkowsky left crew)
T/Sgt Thaddeus C. Harned  ROG CPT
T/Sgt Ian S. Lochhead   TTE CPT
S/Sgt Joseph A. Lazaro   BTG CPT
S/Sgt Samuel Pitkowsky   TOG NOC (Thought to have CPT as spare TOG)
S/Sgt Rudolph P. Zusman  TG CPT

349th Squadron - This crew joined the 100th on 29 November 1944. It is interesting that they joined the group along with the Paul L. Carroll crew - a coin was flipped to determine squadron assignment--Carroll's crew went to the 418th and were shot down on their fourth mission. All became POW's, while the Lebo crew flew a complete tour. 


Mission Log of the Ronald Lebo Crew
Supplied by Gene C. Bankston in Jan 1995

 NO#  Target    Date
 1. Coblenz, Germany   12/28/44
 2. Frankfurt, Germany   12/29/44
 3. Kassel, Germany   12/30/44
 4. Frankfurt, Germany   01/05/45
 5. Cologne, Germany   01/07/45
 6. Cologne, Germnay   01/10/45
 7. Derben, Germany   01/14/45
 8. Hamburg, Germany   01/17/45
 9. Heilbronn, Germany   01/20/45
 10. Mannheim, Germany   01/21/45
 11. Kassel, Germany   01/29/45
 12. Berlin, Germany   02/03/45
 13. Weimar, Germany   02/09/45
 14. Chemnitz, Germany   02/14/45
 15. Cottbus, Germany   02/15/45
 16. Osnabrück, Germany   02/19/45
 17. Brunswick, Germany   03/03/45
 18. Ulm, Germany    03/04/45
 19. Frankfurt. Germany   03/08/45
 20. Frankfurt, Germany   03/09/45
 21. Dortmünd, Germany   03/10/45
 22. Oranienberg, Germany   03/15/45
 23. Berlin, Germany   03/18/45
 24. Jena, Germany    03/19/45
 25. Plauen, Germany   03/21/45
 26. Steenwijk, Holland   03/24/45
 27. Kiel, Germany    04/04/45
 28. Nurnberg, Germany   04/05/45
 29. Leipzig, Germany   04/06/45
 30. Büchen, Germany   04/07/45
 31. Eger, Czechoslovakia   04/08/45
 32. Munich, Germany   04/09/45
 33. Landshüt, Germany   04/11/45

MEMO 2:

KIA / MIA / EVA / INT INFORMATION:

TARGET: DATE:  
AIRCRAFT: CAUSE:  

BURIAL INFORMATION

PLOT: ROW:  
GRAVE: CEMETERY:  

PHOTOS:

 Ronald N. Lebo crew. Detailed Information (100th Photo Archives) 

 From left: Paul W. Green-CP, Bernard O. Bonin-NAV, Unknown BOM, Ronald N. Lebo-Pilot. Detailed Information (100th Photo Archives) 

 2nd Lt. Ronald N. Lebo crew Detailed Information (100th Photo Archives) 

 

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ID: 3036