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O'MALLEY, Bernard W. 2nd Lt. 0-00000
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Interesting Stories


The following are some Emails, Telephone conversations, Letters and newspaper clippings. They contain the stories that creates those great feelings and emotions that makes one feel good about people, our country and ourselves.
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Correspondence from Loved Ones:
I left some comments in your Web site guest book, but I wanted to contact you directly.
My name is Michael Bernard O'Malley. My uncle, 2nd Lt. Bernard Wilson O'Malley, was killed at Naper. My dad, Patrick William O'Malley, was 13 years old at the time. Barney, as his family called him, was 21 at the time of his death.
Prior to joining the AAC, Barney attended the University of Oklahoma at Norman and was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. I've known about how Barney died all my life. My brother had the flag from Barney's casket mounted in his room when we were kids. I've still got Barney's wings, which my grandmother had made into a bracelet that she wore.
I'd like to thank you for your efforts to memoralize the victims of this crash. For years, this was a personal family tragedy to me. Seeing your Web site helped me to understand that my family wasn't alone in suffering, and that other people cared about these pilots, too. You are a credit to your fallen comrades.
If there's ever anything I can do to help, please don't hesitate to ask.

Thanks again,
Mike O'Malley

03/22/2000 10:36:32 Katy O'Malley Bunder
West Lafayette, Indiana
Comments: Thank you for creating this website.I only wish my grandparents( 2nd Lt. O'Malley's parents) had lived to see it.
It is helpful to have the information and to know that so many care about these young men who died.

The on going Search and Location of Surviving relatives being accomplished by
Mr. Larry C Carpenter

of Estes Park Colorado

Personal Information from Death Certificates obtained by
Mr. Dewaine R Erickson
of Wilcox Nebraska