The following information pertains to a serviceman who remains classified as Missing In Action.
Manuel C. De Leon
Service Number: 18060438
Date Missing: 04/29/1944
Unit: 734th Bombardment Squadron 453rd Bombardment Group (Heavy)
Branch of Service: U.S. Army Air Force
Listed On Wall/Tablet: Cambridge American Cemetery
Rosette In Place:
Recoverability Status: Possibly Recoverable
Next Steps: Request IDPFs for all crew KIA. Thomas E. Nolan washed ashore on Ameland Island, Netherlands, on November 11, 1944. Attempt to associate all water loss Unknowns with remaining nine airmen from this crew that are MIA.
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