Woodbury County

Sgt. Marvin W. Brown

 

 
 

 

Private First Class Marvin W. Brown, son of Mrs. E. D. Brown, 2116 S. Rustin street, has been graduated from a bomber mechanics school at Keesler field, Biloxi, Miss.  He received a 17-week course in which he specialized in the maintenance of B-24 Liberator bombers.

Source: The Sioux City Journal, June 15, 1943

Sergeant Marvin W. Brown, 2418 Fourth avenue; Private First Class Ivan J. Wagner, jr., 3601 ½ 41st street; and Sergeant Norman R. Pederson, have completed the flexible aerial gunnery course at the Army air school, Laredo, Tex., and are now eligible as a member of an air force combat crew.

Source: The Sioux City Journal, October 15, 1943

MEN AND WOMEN IN SERVICE  

Sergeant Marvin W. Brown, son of Mrs. E. D. Brown, 2116 S. Rustin street, has completed a flexible aerial gunnery course at the Army air school, Laredo, Tex., and is eligible to become a member of an air force combat crew.

Source:  The Sioux City Journal, October 17, 1943

Sergeant Marvin W. Brown, son of Mrs. Fredia Brown, 2116 S. Rustin street, has completed his training in the Second air force at Fairmont Army airfield, Geneva, Neb., and will be sent overseas to the combat area in the neat future, according to a message from headquarters at Geneva.  He enlisted in the service in October, 1942, and received his promotion to the rank of sergeant in September, 1943.  At present he is a crew member on a four-engine Liberator bomber.

Source:  The Sioux City Journal, February 28, 1944