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Just got word my great uncle Tommy Hayes passed away quietly last night.
Tommy was with the 357th Fighter Squadron in World War Two.
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My condolences to you and the family,, RIP
I'm very sorry for your loss, Bill. I will keep your family in my prayers.
Sorry for your loss Bill.... (I also had an uncle that served with a WWII bomb wing.)
Sorry for your loss Bill, Thoughts and Prayers Out!!
Thanks for your service.
BG Hayes flew out of New Guinea in the Pacific in P-39s and P-40s before transitioning to P-51s en route to Europe. He was shot down once by a Zero over Java, flew 143 combat missions, and had 10.5 confirmed kills (2 Japs, 8.5 Nazis) and a probable. That makes him a double ace. He retired in 1970. Well done, Sir.
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Rest In Peace BG Hayes! Thank you for your service!
Sorry for your loss Bill. Prayers out.
In pace requiescat Sir.
My condolences to you and your family Bill.
Sorry for your families loss Bill. My families prayers are with you.
You must have been very proud of him Bill. Sorry for your loss. What a tremendous American hero.
My sincere condolences for your loss, Mr. Harsey.