William H. Green
1923 - 1944
ID : O-719056
In service from : Pennsylvania
Rank : First Lieutenant
Division : U.S. Army Air Force
615th Bomber Squadron, 401st Bomber Group, Heavy
Died : Thursday 2 Nov. 1944
Location : Henri Chapelle American Cemetery, Belgium
Wall of mising
Medals : Air Medal with 3 Oak Leaf Clusters
Standing : Byron Cook - William Brereton - Theodore Monarchy - John Dunn - John Biddle - John Reardon
Kneeling : Herbert Oas Jr. - Thomas "Tommy" Hayes - William Green - William Mencow
Harry was the third son of Thomas and Clara Green and the six child of their marriage.
Harry was born on April 6, 1923 in the little town of Sutersville ( population less than 1,000 ).
Their Dad was born in England and worked as a coal miner and eventually as a Supervisor of the power plant at Pittsbugh Coal's Warden Mine near Sutersville.
Harry and his older brothers all served in the air force during WW2.
Jack on fender and brother Kendall in drivers seat.
He also experienced campaigns in Italy.
His group was awarded 5 bronze stars.
Brother Kendall and Jack stayed states side in the Coast Guard.
Harry ( william ) worked after high school graduation for a short period as a draftsman and was going to night school
left photo : in their front lawn, with their niece
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