World War II ~ Moving Kenneth Bratton To Safety

On 19 November 1943, Kenneth Bratton was a crew member on a TBF plane that landed on the USS Saratoga after a mission.



Kenneth is found in the San Diego, California Naval Air Station Muster Rolls that show him as a native of Nashville, Tennessee.




Kenneth appears to be wounded in the photo.  What happened to him afterward?  Who were the others aboard the same flight?  What happened to them as well?

I haven’t found Kenneth in World War II Naval death and wounded records.  Perhaps some of you readers know the answers to these questions.  If so, leave a message and tell us about your ancestor, family member or friend.

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