Hammie Frank Moore was born on 6 November 1919, the son of William Moore and Eva A. Willis.
He Died non Battle on 10 February 1943 at Del Rio, Val Verde County in Texas due to an accident. His vehicle collided with a train at the railroad track at the entrance of the airport.
He was buried at Kyler Ford Cemetery, Rogersville, TN
Hammie Moore enlisted in the United States Army Air Corps on August 22, 1941 at Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia.
He was single and had two years of high school and was employed in the Architectural industry prior to his enlistment.
The Kingsport Times, 14 March 1943
Among the area servicemen who have lost their lives while on active military duty is Sgt. Hammie F. Moore, who was killed in an automobile-train collision February 10 at his army post at Del Rio, Texas. The official notification of the death was sent to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Moore of Kyles Ford, by his commanding officer. Moore, who had been a soldier for nearly two years, was enrolled at the Medium Bomber Flying School at the time of the accident. He volunteered for service and received his basic training at Jefferson Barracks, Mo. Sgt. Moore was home on furlough in October, 1942, and visited his friends in this area at that time.
- Rank: Sergeant
- Date of birth: 6 November 1919
- Date of death: 10 February 1943
- County: Hancock
- Hometown: Kyles Ford
- Service Branch: Army/Army Air Forces
- Conflict: World War II
- Burial/Memorial Location: Kyler Ford Cemetery, Rogersville, TN
- Location In Memorial: Pillar XII, Top Panel
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