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|Name||Warren William HUFFSTUTTER|
|Born||4 Oct 1920||Kearney, Buffalo County, Nebraska [1, 2]|
|Military Service||WW II|
|Branch 1: ARMY|
Enlistment Date 1: 24 Apr 1942
Release Date 1: 29 Aug 1943
Branch 2: ARMY
Enlistment Date 2: 30 Aug 1943
Release Date 2: 12 Sep 1945
Source: U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010
|Died||12 Mar 1990||Aurora, CO |
|Person ID||I1325||Hofstetter of Mettmenstetten|
|Last Modified||1 Mar 2013|
|Father||William Franklin HUFFSTUTTER, b. 17 Jul 1885, Craig, Holt County, Missouri , d. 2 Jul 1956, Kearney, Buffalo County, Nebraska (Age 70 years)|
|Mother||Ruth Marion HATCH, b. 16 Dec 1892, Nebraska , d. 4 Mar 1982, Kearney, Buffalo Co., Nebraska (Age 89 years)|
|Family ID||F551||Group Sheet | Family Chart|
|Family||Wilma Lee ?|
|Last Modified||11 Feb 2013|
|Family ID||F1351||Group Sheet | Family Chart|
|Photos||Nebraska, Kearney, portrait|
(Back row, standing, from left): Ed Stovall, Mary Huffstutter, Lela Huffstutter, Charles Stovall, Charlotte Huffstutter, Marvin Stovall; (Next row, standing, from left) : George Stovall, Sr., Emma Huffstutter, Bess and Wallace Huffstutter, Ruth and Will Huffstutter, Em Dankers, Dean Huffstutter, Fred Dankers, Berniece Huffstutter, Catherine…
|Documents||Kansas, Saline County, Newspaper, Salina Journal, (Salina, Kansas), 4 Dec 1955, "Soil Conservation Awards Given"|
Warren Huffstutter receives award
|Military-World War II: Warren W. Huffstutter|
Missing Air Crew Report, 1944.
For more details see the following website
|Nebraska, Buffalo County, Newspaper, The Crow Flight, Newsletter of the 41st Bomb Group, 7th Army Air Force, Feb, 2004|
Warren William Huffstutter, son of William Franklin and Ruth Hatch Huffstutter, discusses the May 26, 1944 ditching of their B-25 following a bombing run.
|Nebraska, Buffalo County, Newspaper, The Crow Flight, Newsletter of the 41st Bomb Group, 7th Army Air Force, Feb 2004|
Warren William Huffstutter, son of William Franklin and Ruth Hatch Huffstutter, World War 2 co-pilot of a B-25, ditches in the Pacific, May 26, 1944.
|North Carolina, Alamance County, Newspaper, Burlington Daily Times, (Burlington, NC) Friday June 23, 1944, p.7|
Co-pilot Warren Huffstutter's World War II bomber ditches in the Pacific, he and crew are rescued.
|Histories||Nebraska, Buffalo County, Military (Kearney, NE), Pacific Wrecks, June 25, 2012|
Warren Huffstutter, World War 2 co-pilot of a B-25, ditches in the ocean following a bombing run over Ponape in the Caroline Islands.