PERSONALIA
 
Name:  Arnoult, Carl A. (Service number: O-804250)
Date of birth: 1918 (Tennessee, United States)
Date of death:  June 1st, 1945
Mentioned on:  United States Memorial for the Missing Honolulu
Nationality:  American
BIOGRAPHY: 
Carl A. Arnoult served with 678th Bombardment Squadron, 444th Bombardment Group. He was reported missing in action on June 1st, 1945, when his Boeing B-29 (Serial 42-65270) crashed after a mid-air collision with another B-29 (probably B-29 42-63496), south of Honshu during a bomb raid on Osaka.
     
DISTINGUISHED FLYING CROSS (DFC)
 
     
AIR MEDAL (AM)
 
     
AIR MEDAL (AM)
Details: Second Air Medal awarded in the form of a bronze oak leaf cluster to be placed on the ribbon of the first Air Medal.
 
     
AIR MEDAL (AM)
Details: Third Air Medal awarded in the form of a second bronze oak leaf cluster to be placed on the ribbon of the first Air Medal.
 
     
PURPLE HEART
 
     
AMERICAN DEFENCE SERVICE MEDAL
 
     
WORLD WAR TWO VICTORY MEDAL
 
     
PILOT WING
 
 
 
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Picture source:   - Kathleen McKeown (Arnoult)
Information source(s):   - American Battlegraves.com
- National World War II Memorial
- American Battle Monuments Commission
- Military Aviation Incident Reports
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