|Last Name: `
|Street: PO BOX 69||City & State: PINEVILLE, NC||E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Zip: 28134||Phone: 704-889-8821||Spouse: Frances Eubanks|
|Conflict: WWII||Service Branch: Army Air Corp||Unit: 89th AF 390 BG|
|Theater: ETO||Where Captured: Northern Germany||Date Captured: 9/9/44|
|Camps Held In: LUFT 1||How Long Interned: 274 days|
|liberated / repatriated: liberated||Date Liberated: 6/10/45||Age at Capture:|
|Medals Received: POW PURPLE HEART|
|Military Job: Army Air Corp Navigator||Company: Eli Lilly and Company|
|Occupation after War: Pharmachist|
Charles Yandell was a navigator for the 390 Bomb Group 570th Squadron. On a Mission to Duseldorf, Germany his plane was shot down and 4 of the crew members died with 5 men surviving. Charles spent the next 9 months as a POW in Luft 1. His fellow crew members were Robert Gallager, Murle Rodda, Leonard Gilky, Ed Duseck,Joe costa, Edward Marshall, Ballard,and Hayes.
Charles is a former member of the METROLINA EX-POW chapter.
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