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Joseph R. Tinneny 

   United States Army Air Corps

Joseph Richard Tinneny (1917-1974) was the son of James J. Tinneny of Greenock, Scotland and Philadelphia and Gertrude A. Spence.  He was born in Philadelphia and enlisted in the Army Air Corps at the beginning of the United States involvement in World War II.  He was assigned as a medic with the 8th Air Force at Bury Saint Edmund, England.  Bury Saint Edmund was an airfield on the eastern outskirts of the town of Rougham.  It was the mission of the American and British forces assigned to that base to bomb the Axis forces and mainland Germany.  Joe served as a medic, with the 94th Bomb Group and later with the 322 Bomb Group which flew B-26 Marauders. 

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