Pullen, Ray Ben, 1LT

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Last Rank
First Lieutenant
Last Service Branch
Last Primary MOS
AAF 1054-Pilot - Two-Engine
Last MOS Group
Aviation (Enlisted)
Primary Unit
1944-1944, AAF 1054, USAAF 9th Army Air Force
Service Years
1942 - 1944


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Casualty Date
Jun 06, 1944
Hostile, Died
Air Loss, Crash - Land
World War II
Location of Interment
Farmington Cemetery - Farmington, Kentucky
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USAAF 9th Army Air Force
  1944-1944, AAF 1054, USAAF 9th Army Air Force
 Combat and Non-Combat Operations
  1944-1944 WWII - European Theater of Operations/Normandy Campaign (1944)/Operation Overlord/D-Day Beach Landings - Operation Neptune
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1Lt. Ray Ben Pullen was the pilot a C-47A Skytrain (#42-100905) from the 95th Troop Carrier Squadron, 440th Troop Carrier Group, 50th Troop Carrier Wing, IX Troop Carrier Command, 9th Air Force. His aircraft, code-named Chalk 15, was brought down by German anti-aircraft fire during the early-morning hours of D-Day, Jun. 6, 1944, west of Magneville with the loss of Pullen, the other three members of the crew, and all 18 paratroopers from the 3rd Battalion, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division.

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