C-47 "Ride-Along"


"Airborne Experience"

We are now able to offer a new "ride-along" Airborne experience. Individuals will be allowed to go "Airborne" along with jump team members on a C47 flight.  Hear and feel what it's like to ride in a WWII vintage aircraft and watch the troops dressed in WWII uniforms and equipment "Stand Up & hook Up".

To learn more about this opportunity contact us at: operations_@_wwiiadt.org










Daniel T Furlong

 Born:                            22 September 1922   

Enlistment date:            10 November 1942     Seattle, Washington

Deployments:                Europe

Units:                             H Company 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division

Rank:                            Sergeant

Specialisations:             Parachutist, Demolition, Mortar, Thomson Machine Gun

Qualifications:              Combat Infantryman Badge, Parachute Wings

Decorations:                  Bronze Star, EAME Campaign Medal, WWII Victory Medal, Purple Heart, Army Good Conduct Medal, Presidential Unit Citation, Belgian Fourragere, Netherlands Orange Lanyard. 

Discharge Date:            September 1946

Other Information:       

(row 1, sitting) unknown,
(row 2 - kneeling) [William H. Farmer?], John P. Delury, Sgt. William A. Medford, Daniel T. Furlong, Stanley L. Cleaver (row 3 - standing) first 2 unknown, Lt. Victor Grabbe, unknown, Thomas F. McClafferty,  Benson.

   There were two jumps scheduled in England but one was cancelled due to ground fog in the DZ.  It is unknown which mission this photo represents.