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.

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

 

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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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