First Lieutenant John Graham "Jack" Nall, United States Army Air Force (5/7/1923 - 7/6/1944) was born in Wilmington, North
Carolina to John Paul and Alberta Blanchard Nall. He was inducted into the USAAF on 6 July 1944 and trained as a pilot. 1LT
Nall was assigned to the 12th Air Force, 57th Bombardment Wing, 321st Bombardment group, 447th Bombardment Squadron, aboard
a B-25 Mitchell Medium Bomber Aircraft, stationed in the Mediterranean Theater of Operations. He was killed in action by enemy
anti-aircraft fire on 6 July 1944, during group misson #422, a bombing raid that targeted a vado viaduct in Italy. All eighteen
of the airships that took part in the raid were holed by anti-aircraft fire. The mission had a bombing accuracy rating of
41% and Mission efficiency rating of 34%. 1LT Nall's plane, "Rebel Devil," A/C No. 43-27506, was flown back by the copilot
and continued to be used by the 447th BS. 1LT Nall is interred in the Oakdale cemetery in Wilmington, North Carolina.