History of the 446th Bomb Squadron from T/Sgt. William F. Sheehan
Provided by his sister Mary Jane Anderson
Although Bill Sheehan's name does not appear in the
original 321st combat crews,
he apparently was in the original group since he is mentioned in the
Wallace Williams War Diary.
Most of the 321st personnel went over on boats, so perhaps
Bill Sheehan went that way.
Bill was tragically killed in an automobile accident in 1950.
More Photos from Bill Sheehan provided by his sister Mary Jane Anderson and
also with special thanks to Glen Houpt: