Eugene Louis Moyers was born in Granger County, Tennessee, the son of Eugene Leonard Moyers and Lula Jane Roberts.

Aircraft B-24J with serial number 42-73222 was on a bombing mission to Rangoon, Burma. After about ten minutes after leaving the target area the ship was seen to explode in midair. The aircraft crashed 3 to 5 miles south of Chaungpyaw, which is a small village in the Bassein district of southern Burma.

Memorialized at the Manila American Cemetery, Philippines

Crew members
Pilot, 2nd Lt Carl F. Carpenter
Co-Pilot, 2nd Lt William R. McCandless
Navigator, 1st Lt Grant W. Erwin Jr.
Bombardier, 2nd Lt Clarence A. Clyborne Jr.
Engineer, S/Sgt Robert McCarty
Radio Operator, S/Sgt William C. Fetterman
Assistant Engineer, Sgt Eugene L. Moyers
Assistant Radio Operator, Sgt Alfred L. Busby
Armorer/Gunner, Sgt Paul I. Elyea
Armorer/Gunner, Sgt Malcolm W. Carter

  • Rank: Sergeant
  • Date of birth:
  • 26 April 1923
  • Date of death: 1 December 1943
  • County: Hamblen
  • Hometown: Morristown
  • Service Branch: Army/Army Air Forces
  • Division/Assignment: 9th Bomber Squadron, 7th Bomber Group, Heavy
  • Theater: China Burma India
  • Conflict: World War II
  • Awards: Air Medal, Purple Heart
  • Burial/Memorial Location: Manila American Cemetery, Fort Bonifacio, Manila, Philippines
  • Location In Memorial: Pillar X, Top Panel
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