WEAVER, CHARLES M., Flight Officer, # T-1032, USAAF

 

So far, have been unable to discover to whom this person was related. Information is welcome so that I can honor him properly.

On 10 September 1943, B-25C, # 41-12950, of the 341st Bomb Group, 22nd Bomb Squadron, departed the Air Base at Chakulia, India, enroute to bomb Naba Junction, with 90% cloud cover and poor visibility. The circumstances of the loss of the aircraft were unknown. It failed to return from the combat mission. It was last seen climbing for altitude over the target area. 

GREENSTEIN, MAX JOE., First Lieutenant, # 0-724234, USAAF

 

Max J. Greenstein was born 1 February 1919 to Lesser Greenstein (1875-1947) and Francis Greenstein (1893-1967) in Texas. Lesser was from Hamburg, Germany, and Francis from Texas. A siblings in the 1930 census was Solomon Greenstein (1913-1972).

 

Max J Greenstein enlisted on 29 October 1941 at Dallas, Texas, into the USAAF as an aviation cadet (two years of college, 5’6”, 140 lbs), and at that time the family lived at 2831 North Pearl, Dallas, TX. Selected to train as a navigator, he was subsequently sent overseas. On 10 September 1943, B-25C, # 41-12950, of the 341st Bomb Group, 22nd Bomb Squadron, departed the Air Base at Chakulia, India, enroute to bomb Naba Junction, with 90% cloud cover and poor visibility. The circumstances of the loss of the aircraft were unknown. It failed to return from the combat mission. It was last seen climbing for altitude over the target area. The crew was declared deceased 10 September 1949. A group burial of multiple unidentifiable remains were recovered by a Graves Registration team. The group burial was in the Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery on 10 September 1949 (Section 82. Grave No. 191). The family placed a memorial marker in the Temple Emanu El Cemetery, Dallas, Texas, where the parents and his brother are also buried.