MSgt William M. Harris
DOB unknown – June 2, 1944
Unit: 332nd Fighter Group

William M. Harris was from Piqua, Ohio. He had enlisted in the United States Army Air Forces and entered the service via Regular Military. Harris had the rank of Master Sergeant. His military occupation or specialty was Chief Field Linesman. Attached to 332nd Fighter Group.

During his service in World War II, Army Air Forces Master Sergeant Harris experienced a traumatic event which ultimately resulted in loss of life on June 2, 1944. Recorded circumstances attributed to: Non-Hostile, Accident. He was killed during aircraft takeoff. The incident location was in Italy.

William M. Harris is buried or memorialized at Forest Hill Cemetery, Piqua, Ohio.

Source: HonorStates.org

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