WWII Studio Portrait Photo – 9th AAF Mechanic Georges G. Bond in St. Dizier, France


 

Another nice studio portrait taken in 1945 in St. Dizier, France in 1945.   A member of the 511th Fighter Squadron during WWII, Georges G. Bond later went on to serve in Korea.  His wartime address was 415 West Pine St. in Enid, Oklahoma.  Georges was born on July 10th, 1920 and passed away on September 7th, 2007. My condolences to his family.

 

 

Source: FindaGrave.com

One thought on “WWII Studio Portrait Photo – 9th AAF Mechanic Georges G. Bond in St. Dizier, France

  1. UNBELIEVABLE! Googling my grandfather THE PORTRAITS OF WAR popped up with the photos of my grandfather. I had no idea and was surprised and PROUD. Thank you for the surprise and recognition! Drew W

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