2/Lt. Robert Bruce Hoffman


(Robert M. Littlefield)

2/Lt. Robert Bruce Hoffman

38th FS - 23 April 1944 - 23 June 1944 (Prisoner of War)

Assigned Aircraft

P-38J 42-67578

Mission History

Not Known

Mission List
55th FG Mission # Date Target
162 23 June 1944 Sens
Air Scores
Destroyed  
Probable  
Damaged  
Ground Scores
Destroyed  
Damaged  
Notes

Born in Baltimore, Maryland in 1921.
23 April 1944 - Assigned to 38th FS
23 June 1944 - Prisoner of War
MACR No. 06246
His plane came down near the village of Voves, south east of Chartres, France.

Buchenwald, a political and racial prison camp where many horror stories originated, was where Lt. Hoffman was imprisoned.

Awards
Memories Lt. Robert B. Hoffman's story as told to Bob Littlefield - Reproduced with kind permission of Mr. Robert M. Littlefield from the author's book Double Nickel - Double Trouble
   

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