Died non Battle
Staff Sergeant Miller served with the 395th Bomb Group, 590th Bomb Squadron aboard the B-17F Flying Fortress #42-29500.
One of nine Airmen killed when the bomber struck a mountaintop, 16 miles east of Ellensburg, WA, while operating from the Ephrata Army Air Base.
I am rizza Cadiz from Philippines. I am using my employer’s email to reach relatives of max miller.
I wish to know if this person max miller is my biological grandfather.
I was told by my late father Alfredo manolinia Cadiz that his father who is my grandfather is a soldier during World War II and his name is Max miller. My father told me that max miller was assigned in the Philippines during World War II where he met my late grandmother who is Rosita Balbero Gomez and of whom he bore a child who is my late father Alfredo.
The last name Cadiz was taken from the stepfather’s last name.
Hoping for the interest of the relatives of max miller to trace us their relatives in the Philippines.. you can find my picture below.
- Rank: Staff Sergeant
- Date of birth: 29 October 1920
- Date of death: 29 March 1943
- County: Jefferson
- Hometown: Knoxville
- Service Branch: Army/Army Air Forces
- Division/Assignment: 519th Bomber Squadron, 395th Bomber Group, Heavy
- Conflict: World War II
- Burial/Memorial Location: New Market Cemetery, New Market, Jefferson County, TN
- Location In Memorial: Pillar XII, Middle Panel
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