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Puterbaugh, R.


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LAC Reginald H. Puterbaugh is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Puterbaugh of Norland, Ontario. Reg received his education at Norland Public School. He enlisted in October of 1942 and posted to Lachine (PQ) for a short period. In January 1943 he transferred to Bella Bella (BC) where he was posted for a period of nine months also for a short period at Spider Island (Overseas duty), from whence he was posted to Tofino (BC) for a period of seven months. From here he was transferred to several air stations along the west coast, spending a short period at Woodcock (BC), Vanderhoof (BC), and Prince George (BC). In August 1944 he was transferred to Toronto (#1 Repair Depot) from here was posted to Centralia where he was stationed as a mechanic.
Date of Publication:
Oct 1942
Subject(s):
Personal Name(s):
Reginald Puterbaugh
Collection:
World War II Service Files
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.71682 Longitude: -78.81628
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Puterbaugh, R.


LAC Reginald H. Puterbaugh is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Puterbaugh of Norland, Ontario. Reg received his education at Norland Public School. He enlisted in October of 1942 and posted to Lachine (PQ) for a short period. In January 1943 he transferred to Bella Bella (BC) where he was posted for a period of nine months also for a short period at Spider Island (Overseas duty), from whence he was posted to Tofino (BC) for a period of seven months. From here he was transferred to several air stations along the west coast, spending a short period at Woodcock (BC), Vanderhoof (BC), and Prince George (BC). In August 1944 he was transferred to Toronto (#1 Repair Depot) from here was posted to Centralia where he was stationed as a mechanic.