Paul S Stryson served his country in World War II with the 47th Bombardment Group 86th Squadron.
Served in the 47th Bomb Group in North Africa, Sicily and Italy before coming home. He was overseas Nov 1942 through Nov 1943.
Notes: All A20's in the Squadron. 12th Air Force in North Africa. Kegelman's Squadron was the first U.S. bomb group to attack Europe. 51 out of 56 planes into 3 day battle at Kassarine Pass. 8 planes flying after the battle.
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