Norman Lamberg served in the 36th Bomber Squadron, 801st Bomber Group, Heavy, as a First Lieutenant and Pilot on the B-24 #42-51219 during World War II. On November 15, 1944, he was involved in the takeoff crash at Ivinghoe, England, that resulted in the death of 2 members of his crew. Seven of the crew members survived, including 1Lt Landberg.
Landberg had a week of R&R in Torquay before rejoining his Squadron to fly another 30 missions. At the end of the war, he went back to his home in Atlantic City in New Jersey.
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