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Date Posted: 07:23:21 04/02/14 Wed
Author: Charles Hawk
Subject: Re: C-46 Explosion at Mohanbari in 1943 CC Sgt. Lovelace
In reply to: Bob Melusky 's message, "Re: C-46 Explosion at Mohanbari in 1943 CC Sgt. Lovelace" on 08:17:29 05/13/13 Mon

>>>>>>I'm looking for anyone stationed at Mohanbari,
>>India
>>>>>>between 1942 and 1944. Trying to locate survivors
>>of
>>>>>>C-46 ground accident.
>>>>> hi, my dad was station at mohanbari, india during
>>>>>this time peroid. he was a mechanic on c-46's at
>>that
>>>>>airfield.i will see what he might remember of this
>>>>>accident. thank you. charley
>>>>My first cousin, Harold Ellis Greenberg, was a pilot
>>>>flying out of Mohanbari in WWII and was lost on a
>>>>flight over the Hump on December 20, 1943. If
>anyone
>>>>on this loop has any recollection of Ellie I would
>>>>apreciate hearing from them. Thank you, John R.
>Barr
>>
>>My dad, T/Sgt Charles Head of Indiana was stationed at
>>Mohanbari for two years 9/43-9/45, and also was a C-46
>>mechanic, crew chief, and later I believe a line
>>maintenance chief. He has passed on, but interested
>>if anyone remembers him. Thanks and God Bless these
>>heroes.
>My father, John Melusky, was a Master Sargent at
>Mohanbari and he supervised 20 people there. I have a
>group photo of his crew posing on a fighter. His
>hours were all in B-25s
My father - SSGT Charles Hawk - was stationed at Mohanbari, India from Jun 1943 to Aug 1945, assigned to the 303rd Transportation Squadron, 30th Transportation Group. He was a cook (that's all I have). He never said much about his time during WWII and he's been dead now for a number of years. It's only recently that I was able to find where he stationed. Anything that anyone might have on this would be appreciated. Thanks.

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