This Day in Norwood History-October 30, 1944-Capt Bilotta Reports For Reassignment

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ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.—Capt. Joseph P. Bilotla oí-21 Shaw street, . Mass., has reported to the A AF Redistribution Station No. I here, after eight months of service overseas in the European theatre of war.

The Captain was a pilot on a B-17 while overseas. He engaged in 5 combat missions. He wears the , with five Oak Leaf Clusters and the Unit Citation.

Before he leaves the Redistribution Station for his next assignment, the Captain will be examined by doctors and interviewed by personnel specialists to determine where he can best fit in the AAF setup and aid the war effort.

The Captain is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Joseph Bilotta. who reside at 21 Shaw street, Norwood.

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