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43-38911 Sweet Seventeen

B-17G-100-BO

 (may have earlier been called Start Swimming, but not the photo on the back cover of Steve Birdsall’s book, B-17 Flying Fortress in Color.)

 

October 30, 1944 Delivered to Lincoln

November 12, 1944 to Dow Field

November 19, 1944 Assigned to 7th Squadron, 34th Bomb Group, Mendlesham.

 

Steve Birdsell’s book, Flying Colors: B-17 Flying Fortress in Color, shows this serial number with a photo of “Start Swimming.” However, closer examination of the photo shows that the plane called “Start Swimming’s” serial number begins with 44, not 43.

 

Mission #101 December 15, 1944 43-38991 L/Z 391BS Sherman

Mission #102 December 24, 1944 43-38991 L/Z 18BS Jones, W. S.

Mission #103 December 27, 1944 43-38991 L/Z 391BS Sain

Mission #104 December 28, 1944 43-38991 L/Z 7BS Alling

Mission #105 December 30, 1944 43-38991 L/Z (unused ground spare – lead)

Mission #106 December 31, 1944 43-38991 H/Z 18BS Hartley

Mission #107 January 2, 1945 43-38991 H/Z (unused ground spare – lead) (incorrectly listed as L/Z)

Mission #108 January 3, 1945 43-38991 H/Z 7BS Gibson

Mission #109 January 7, 1945 43-38991 H/Z 18BS Felker

Mission #110 January 10, 1945 43-38991 H/Z 18BS Kimmerle

Mission #112 January 14, 1945 43-38991 H/Z 391BS Gibson

Mission #113 January 15, 1945 43-38991 H/Z 18BS Kimmerle

Mission #115 January 20, 1945 43-38991 H/Z 391BS Felker

Mission #118 January 29, 1945 43-38991 H/Z 18BS Richardson, L.

Mission #119 February 3, 1945 43-38991 H/Z 7BS Gibson

Mission #120 February 6, 1945 43-38991 H/Z (unused ground spare – lead)

Mission #122 February 14, 1945 43-38991 H/Z 7BS Felker

Mission #124 February 17, 1945 43-38991 H/Z 18BS Richardson, L. S.

Mission #127 February 21, 1945 43-38991 H/Z 18BS Jones, W. S.

Mission #129 February 24, 1945 43-38991 H/Z 391BS Felker

Mission #131 February 26, 1945 43-38991 H/Z 18BS Jones, W. S.

Mission #133 March 1, 1945 43-38991 H/Z (unused ground spare - lead)

Mission #134 March 2, 1945 43-38991 H/Z 18BS Jones, W. S.  Slight damage. Initial E/A claims: 2-0-0. Credit 1

destroyed to Allen (E/TT)

Mission #135 March 3, 1945 43-38991 H/Z (unused ground spare - lead)

Mission #136 March 4, 1945 43-38991 H/Z 391BS Jones, J. L.

Mission #137 March 7, 1945 43-38991 H/Z 7BS Davis

Mission #142 March 14, 1945 43-38991 H/Z 391BS Waarvick

Mission #144 March 17, 1945 43-38991 H/Z (unused ground spare - lead)

Mission #145 March 18, 1945 43-38991 H/Z 18BS Scherkenbach

Mission #146 March 19, 1945 43-38991 E/Z 7BS Martin, R. Sweet Seventeen

Mission #147 March 20, 1945 43-38991 E/Z 7BS MacTaggart Sweet Seventeen

Mission #148 March 21, 1945 43-38991 E/Z Sweet Seventeen (scheduled for Schell but replaced)

Mission #149 March 22, 1945 43-38991 E/Z 7BS Schell Sweet Seventeen

Mission #150 March 23, 1945 43-38991 E/Z 7BS Schell Sweet Seventeen

Mission #151 March 24, 1945 43-38991 E/Z 7BS Schell Sweet Seventeen

Mission #152 March 26, 1945 43-38991 E/Z Sweet Seventeen (unused visual lead spare incorrectly shown as E/A.)

Mission #153 March 28, 1945 43-38991 E/Z 7BS Schell Sweet Seventeen

Mission #156 April 3, 1945 43-38991 E/Z 7BS Schell Sweet Seventeen

Mission #157 April 4, 1945 43-38991 E/Z Sweet Seventeen (unused ground spare)

Mission #158 April 5, 1945 43-38991 E/Z 7BS Schwartz Sweet Seventeen                Bombed with lead.

Mission #159 April 7, 1945 43-38991 E/Z 7BS Schell Sweet Seventeen

Took off 0906 landed 1711.

Mission #160 April 8, 1945 43-38991 E/Z 7BS Schell Sweet Seventeen

Mission #161 April 9, 1945 43-38991 E/Z Sweet Seventeen (unused ground spare)

Mission #162 April 10, 1945 43-38991 E/Z 7BS Blomquist Sweet Seventeen

Mission #163 April 11, 1945 43-38991 E/Z 7BS Couse Sweet Seventeen

Mission #164 April 14, 1945 43-38991 E/Z 7BS Ferard Sweet Seventeen

Mission #165 April 15, 1945 43-38991 E/Z 7BS Ferard Sweet Seventeen

Mission #166 April 16, 1945 43-38991 E/Z 7BS Curtiss Sweet Seventeen

Mission #170 April 20, 1945 43-38991 E/Z 7BS Schroeder Sweet Seventeen  (listed as E/A but probably a typo)

Mission #172 May 2, 1945 43-38991 E/Z 7BS Balzer Sweet Seventeen

Mission #173 May 3, 1945 43-38991 E/Z 7BS Blomquist Sweet Seventeen

Mission #174 May 5, 1945 43-38991 E/Z 7BS Havner Sweet Seventeen

Mission #175 May 6, 1945 43-38991 E/Z 7BS Havner Sweet Seventeen

Mission #176 May 7, 1945 43-38991 E/Z 7BS Kelly Sweet Seventeen

Mission #177 May 15, 1945 43-38991 E/Z Havener Sweet Seventeen

 


Missions with 391st Squadron as letter Z; R/T code L/Z; Green nose band.

 

#101       15 Dec 44              391BS Sherman

Dropped 10 500 lb. bombs plus 2 M-17s. Slight battle damage.

Sherman (P)

Evans (CP)

Neth (B)

Chomiak (R)

Schadle (E)

Anderson (BG)

Hickey (WG)

Mansfield (WG)

LeMaster (G) (not a regular on this crew)

 

#102       24 Dec 44              18BS W. S. Jones

Dropped 38 100 lb. General purpose bombs. No damage.

Jones, Wyatt S. (P)

Clarke (CP)

Bloczynski (N)

Locley (B)

Neal (R)

Allen, D. F. (E)

Maher (TG)

Carothers (NG)

Chaffee (G)

 

#103       27 Dec 44              391BS Sain

Dropped 18 250 lb. bombs plus 2 M-17s. No damage.

Sain (P)

Stufflebeam (CP)

Gopner (N) (not a regular on this crew)

Seimeca (B) (not a regular on this crew)

Durbin (R)

Hoffman (E)

Berets (BG)

Skilkett (WG)

Richmond (TG)

Cohen (Photographer) (not a regular on this crew)

 

#104       28 Dec 44              7BS Alling

Dropped 5 1000 lb. bombs and brought back 1 1000 lb. bomb that apparently hung up. No damage.

Alling (P)

Banks (CP)

Baskin (N)

Wright, W. (B) (not a regular on this crew)

Edwards (R)

Green (E)

Brame (BG)

Williams (WG)

Yarbrough (TG)

 

#105       30 Dec 44              unused ground spare - for lead crews.

 

 

Missions with 4th Squadron as letter Z; R/T code H/Z; White nose band.

 

#106       31 Dec 44              4BS Hartley (deputy lead of 18BS)

Dropped 20 250 lb. bombs. No damage.

Hartley (P)

Springer (CP) (not a regular on this crew)

Patterson (N)

Artt (B)

Flood (R) (not a regular on this crew)

Keith (E)

Beckwith (TG)

Bernardo (NG)

Blackwell (G)

 

#107       2 Jan 45                unused ground spare - for lead crews.

 

#108       3 Jan 45                4BS Gibson (deputy lead of 7BS)

Dropped 18 250 lb. bombs plus 2 M-17s. No damage.

Gibson, J. L. (P)

Puffer (CP)

Blenn (N)

MacPhee (B) (not a regular on this crew)

Bailey (R)

Hurst (E) (not a regular on this crew)

Costanza (BG) (not a regular on this crew)

Heartleroad (WG)

Kramer (TG)

 

#109       7 Jan 45                4BS Felker (deputy lead of 18BS)

Dropped 6 1000 lb. bombs. No damage.

Felker (P)

Howard (CP)

Davidson (N)

Busacker (B)

Thompson (R)

Shinn (E/G)

Buss (TG)

Hrtuso (BG) (not a regular on this crew and spelling is suspect)

Combe (G)

 

#110       10 Jan 45              4BS Kimmerle (deputy lead of 18BS)

Dropped 6 1000 lb. bombs. Slight battle damage.

Kimmerle (P)

Talbott (CP)

Mahon (N)

Rankin (B)

Mee (R)

Zufall (E)

Salvestrini (TG)

King (NG)

Young (G)

MacSpadden (no crew position shown; an add on)

 

 

#112       14 Jan 45              4BS Gibson (deputy lead of 391BS)

Dropped 12 500 lb. bombs. No damage.

Gibson, J. L. (P)

Puffer (CP)

Glenn (N)

MacPhee (B) (now a regular)

Bailey (R)

Sulewski (E)

Bonshoff (BG)

Heartleroad (WG)

Kramer (TG)

 

#113       15 Jan 45              4BS Kimmerle (deputy lead of 18BS)

Dropped 12 500 lb. bombs. No damage.

Kimmerle (P)

Talbott (CP)

Mahon (N)

Rankin (B)

Mee (R)

Zufall (E)

Salvestrini (TG)

King (NG)

Young (G)

 

#115       20 Jan 45              4BS Felker (deputy lead of 391BS)

Dropped 12 500 lb. bombs. Slight battle damage.

Felker (P)

Howard (CP)

Davidson (N)

Busacker (B)

Thompson (R)

Shinn (E)

Buss (BG)

Combe (G)

McQuaw (G) (not a regular on this crew)

 

#118       29 Jan 45              4BS L. S. Richardson (deputy lead of 18BS)

Dropped 12 M-17s. No damage.

Richardson, L. S. (P)

McCloskey (CP)

Spencer (N)

Rankin (B) (not a regular on this crew)

Anderson (R)

Benscotter (E)

Muellerleille (TG)

Breckenridge (G)

Tilton (G)

 

#119       3 Feb 45 4BS Gibson (deputy lead of 7BS)

Dropped 5 1000 lb. bombs. No damage.

Gibson, J. L. (P)

Puffer (CP)

Glenn (N)

MacPhee (B)

Bailey (R)

Sulewski (E)

Kramer (TG)

McCarrich (WG) (not a regular on this crew)

 

#120       6 Feb 45 unused ground spare - for lead crews.

 

#122       14 Feb 45              4BS Felker (deputy lead of 7BS)

Dropped 6 500 lb. bombs and 4 M-17s. Serious battle damage.

Felker (P)

Platz (CP) (not a regular on this crew)

Davidson (N)

Busacker (B)

Thompson (R)

Shinn (E)

Buss (BG)

Habinger (TG) (not a regular on this crew)

Combe (G)

 

#124       17 Feb 45              4BS L. S. Richardson (deputy lead of 18BS)

Dropped 10 500 lb. bombs. No damage.

Richardson, L. S. (P)

McCloskey (CP)

Spencer (N)

Sease (B)

Anderson (R)

Benscotter (E)

Muellerleille (TG)

Breckenridge (NG)

Tilton (G)

 

#127       21 Feb 45              4BS W. S. Jones (deputy lead of 18BS)

Dropped 10 500 lb. bombs. Serious battle damage.

Jones, W. S. (P)

Clarke (CP)
Bloczynski (N)

Dooley (B)

Neal (R)

Allen (E)

Pendergraff (BG)

Carothers (NG)

Boozman (G)

 

 

#129       24 Feb 45              4BS Felker (deputy lead of 391BS)

Dropped 6 1000 lb. bombs. Slight battle damage.

Felker (P)

Howard (CP)

Davidson (N)

Busacker (B)

Thompson (R)

Shinn (E)

Buss (BG)

Habiger (TG)

Combe (G)

 

#131       26 Feb 45              4BS W. S. Jones (deputy lead of 18BS)

Dropped 6 500 lb. bombs and 6 M-17s. No damage.

Jones, W. S. (P)

Clarke (CP)

Bloczynski (N)

Dooley (B)

Neal (R)

Allen (E)

Pendergraff (BG)

Boozman (G)

Carothers (NG)

 

#133       1 Mar 45               unused ground spare - for lead crews.

 

#134       2 Mar 45               4BS W. S. Jones (deputy lead of 18BS)

Dropped 20 250 lb. bombs. Slight battle damage. Attacked from 12 o'clock out of the sun by 5 enemy fighters in a regular pursuit curve. Top turret shot down the lead fighter. 3 enemy fighters attacked from 4 o'clock. Ball turret gunner claims one destroyed. Made claims from 2 enemy aircraft destroyed, but only Allen (E/TT) was credited with 1 destroyed. (This is where the one swastika on the nose comes from.)

Jones, W. S. (P)

Clarke (CP)

Bloczynski (N)

Dooley (B)

Neal (R)

Allen (E)                Credited with 1 enemy aircraft destroyed.

Pendergraff (BG) Claimed 1 e/a destroyed but not officially credited.

Carothers (NG)

Boozman (G)

 

#135       3 Mar 45               unused ground spare - for lead crews.

 

#136       4 Mar 45               4BS J. L. Jones (deputy lead of 391BS)

Took over lead when the Pathfinder plane had to abort with #3 engine out, but then the entire mission was recalled.

Jones, J. L. (P)

Bartz (CP)

Plaut (N) (not a regular on this crew)

Patrick (B) (not a regular on this crew)

McCarrher (R)

Hager (E)

Laurie (BG)

Allison (TG)

Luttrell (G)

 

#137       7 Mar 45               4BS Davis (deputy lead of 7BS)

Dropped 14 500 lb. bombs. No damage.

Davis, R. L. (P)

Stuermann (CP) (not a regular on this crew)

Barron (N)

McCaul (B) (not a regular on this crew)

Billman (R)

Dodson (E)

Berats (BG)

Bast (WG)

Wunderlich (TG)

 

#142       14 Mar 45             4BS Waarvick (deputy lead of 391BS)

Dropped 14 500 lb. bombs. Slight battle damage.

Waarvick (P)

Glogau (CP)

Paxton (N)

Slaughter (B)

Morris (R)

Matthews (E)

McPherson (TG)

Jakel (NG)

Brooks (G)

Richards (G) (not a regular on this crew)

Cozino (Photographer)

 

#144       17 Mar 45             unused ground spare - for lead crews.

 

#145       18 Mar 45             4BS Scherkenbach (deputy lead of 18BS)

Dropped 18 100 lb. bombs. Slight battle damage.

Scherkenbach (P)

Pruitt (CP)

Allen (N)

Stoutenberger (R)

Lowenthal (E)

Austin (TG)

Lodermeier (NG)

Loiselle (G)

 


Missions with 7th Squadron as letter Z; R/T code E/Z; yellow nose band

During 7BS service was named Sweet Seventeen by James Martin, Co-pilot of the Schell crew.

 

#146       19 Mar 45             7BS Martin, R.    Sweet Seventeen

Dropped 22 M-81 bombs on the primary target at 1317 hours from 25,100 feet. No damage.

Martin, R. (P)

Ferlich (CP)

Webster (N)

Gibbs (B)

Des Jardinis (R)

Fleming (E)

Jalving (BG)

Schmitt (WG)

Graham (TG)

 

#147       20 Mar 45             7BS MacTaggart  Sweet Seventeen

Dropped 12 500 lb. bombs. No damage.

MacTaggart (P)

Barker (CP)

Vandervorp (B)

Finley (Tog)

Holt, D. M. (R)

Sanford (E)

Reed (BG)

Cesare (WG)

Polivka (TG)

Schroeder (Photographer)

 

#148       21 Mar 45              Sweet Seventeen             Scheduled for 7BS Schell but scrubbed and replaced by another plane.

 

#149       22 Mar 45             7BS Schell           Sweet Seventeen

Dropped 10 300 lb. bombs plus 6 M-17s. No damage.

Schell (P)

Martin, J. (CP)

Gulli (N)

Fox (Tog)

Kuptz (R)

Black (E)

Thomson (BG)

Kolvick (WG)

Nelson (TG)

 

#150       23 Mar 45             7BS Schell           Sweet Seventeen

Dropped 34 100 lb. bombs plus 2 M-17s. No damage.

Schell (P)

Martin, J. (CP)

Gulli (N)

Fox (Tog)

Kuptz (R)

Black (E)

Thomson (BG)

Kolvick (WG)

Nelson (TG)

 

#151       24 Mar 45             7BS Schell           Sweet Seventeen

Dropped 14 500lb SAPs at 0928 hours from 23,600 feet. No damage.

Schell (P)

Martin, J. (CP)

Gulli (N)

Fox (Tog)

Kuptz (R)

Black (E)

Thomson (BG)

Kolvick (WG)

Nelson (TG)

 

#152       26 Mar 45             Sweet Seventeen                  (unused visual lead spare)

 

#153       28 Mar 45             7BS Schell           Sweet Seventeen

Dropped 8 500 lb bombs and 4 M-17s on the primary at 1057 hours from 25,500 feet

Schell (P)

Martin, J. (CP)

Gulli (N)

Fox (Tog)

Kuptz (R)

Black (E)

Thomson (BG)

Kolvick (WG)

Nelson (TG)

 

#156       3 Apr 45                7BS Schell           Sweet Seventeen

Dropped 6 1000 lb. bombs. No damage.

Schell (P)

Martin, J. (CP)

Gulli (N)

Fox (Tog)

Kuptz (R)

Black (E)

Thomson (BG)

Kolvick (WG)

Nelson (TG)

Frye (Photographer)

 

 

#157       4 Apr 45                Sweet Seventeen unused ground spare.

 

#158       5 Apr 45                7BS Schwartz      Sweet Seventeen (due to a large number of aborts, bombed with 391BS)

Dropped 6 500 lb. bombs plus 6 M-17s. Slight battle damage.

Schwartz (P)

Berglund (CP)

Brofft (N)

Levithan (B)

Devoe (R)

Butler (E)

Grimes (WG)

Jacobbauski ((BG)

Peterson(TG)

 

 

#159       7 Apr 45                7BS Schell           Sweet Seventeen

Dropped 8 500 lb. bombs plus 4 M-17s. No damage.

Schell (P)

Martin, J. (CP)

Gulli (N)

Fox (Tog)

Kuptz (R)

Black (E)

Thomson (BG)

Kolvick (WG)

Nelson (TG)

 

#160       8 Apr 45                7BS Schell           Sweet Seventeen

Dropped 8 500 lb. bombs plus 4 M-17s. No damage.

Schell (P)

Martin, J. (CP)

Gulli (N)

Fox (Tog)

Kuptz (R)

Black (E)

Thomson (BG)

Kolvick (WG)

Nelson (TG)

 

#161       9 Apr 45                Sweet Seventeen unused ground spare

 

#162       10 Apr 45              7BS Blomquist    Sweet Seventeen

Dropped 12 500 lb. bombs. No damage.

Blomquist (P)

Stuermann (CP)

Gulli (N) (not a regular on this crew)

Simpkins (Tog) (not a regular on this crew

Chappel (R)

Eaton (E)

Thomas (WG)

Oliver (TG) (not a regular on this crew)

Green (BG) (not a regular on this crew)

 

#163       11 Apr 45              7BS Couse           Sweet Seventeen

Dropped 6 1000 lb. bombs. No damage.

Couse (P)

McLaughlin (CP)

Ingle (N)

Sacarison ((Tog)

Ranck (R)

Hansen (E)

Bennett ((BG)

Ragan (WG)

Shack (TG)

 

#164       14 Apr 45              7BS Ferard          Sweet Seventeen

Dropped 12 500 lb. bombs. No damage.

Ferard (P)

Dieterle (CP)

Feda (N)

Goldberg (Tog)

Navarre (R)

Ham (E)

Dueitt (BG)

Adams (WG)

Kleinertz (TG)

 

#165       15 Apr 45              7BS Ferard          Sweet Seventeen

Dropped 47 M-47s. No damage.

Ferard (P)

Dieterle (CP)

Feda (N)

Goldberg (Tog)

Navarre (R)

Ham (E)

Dueitt (BG)

Adams (WG)

Kleinertz (TG)

 

#166       16 Apr 45              7BS Curtiss        Sweet Seventeen

Dropped 12 500 lb. bombs. No damage.

Curtiss (P)

Eby (CP)

Schweitzer (N)

McCaul (B) (not a regular on this crew)

Hanna (BG) (usually Tog.)

Moore (R)

Roth (E)

Kelhart (WG)

Hanes (TG)

 

#170       20 Apr 45              7BS Schroeder   Sweet Seventeen

Dropped 10 500 lb. bombs. No damage.

Schroeder (P)

Kenney (CP) (not a regular on this crew)

Wright, J. L. (N)

Lewenauer (B)

Maroney (R)

Thompson (E)

Marino (BG)

Piercy (WG) (not a regular on this crew)

Hayes (TG)

 


#172       2 May 45               7BS Balzer           Sweet Seventeen           2nd Chowhound Mission

Dropped 90 10 in 1 food packs.

Balzer (P)

Westcott (CP)

Fournier (N)

D'Imperio (Tog)

Brousseau (R)

Beasley (E)

Gossler (TG)

Nauman (Passenger)

Williams (Passenger)

 

#173       3 May 45               7BS Blomquist    Sweet Seventeen  3rd Chowhound Mission

Dropped 3 sets of rations.

Blomquist (P)

Stuermann (CP)

Ralls (N)

Kincaid (B)

Chappel (R)

Eaton (E)

Simpkins (TG)

Schommer (Passenger)

Martin (Passenger)

Prentice (Passenger)

Meeder (Passenger)

 

#174       5 May 45               7BS Havener        Sweet Seventeen        4th Chowhound Mission

Dropped 3 sets of rations.

Hevener (P)

Klasen (CP)

Shulman (N)

Salm (B)

Shilling (R)

Rathborne (E)

Duncan (Passenger)

Jordan (Passenger)

Zesch (Passenger)

 

#175       6 May 45               7BS Havener        Sweet Seventeen        5th Chowhound Mission

Dropped 3 sets of rations.

Hevener (P)

Klasen (CP)

Shulman (N)

Salm (B)

Shilling (R)

Rathborne (E)

Schommer (Passenger)

Meeder (Passenger)

Morris (Passenger)

 

#176       7 May 45               7BS Kelly             Sweet Seventeen             6th Chowhound Mission

Dropped 213 sacks of rations.

Kelly (P)

Nelson (CP)

Gronkowski (N)

Forbes (Tog)

Burns (R)

Brown, R. (E)

Yothment (Passenger)

Wood (Passenger)

Hurst (Passenger)

 

#177       15 May 45             7BS Havener        Sweet Seventeen        POW pick-up mission

No crew loading lists available.

 

43-38991 Sweet Seventeen (may have earlier been called Start Swimming, but not the photo on the back cover of Steve Birdsall’s book, B-17 Flying Fortress in Color The serial number of the plane pictured on Birdsall’s book begins with 44-, not 43-.)

B-17G-100-BO

June 20, 1945 Returned to US Bradley

Flown to US by Carmen crew #41-34. See Microfilm reel B0115, p.1492.

Carmen, Donald J.                                Capt        O-735044                Pilot                        1091

Rice, Ernest A. Jr.                 1Lt          O-809875                Co-Pilot                  1091

Anderson, John F.                               1Lt          O-801410                Nav                         1034

Hutchison, William M.                        S/Sgt      18160456                Radio Op               757

Jacoby, Darwin                                     T/Sgt      13152549                Engr                        748

Snyder, Albert W.                                S/Sgt      13133963                Passenger              611

Luna, Simon J.                                      S/Sgt      18158804                Passenger              611

Scott, James A.                                     S/Sgt      6910166                  Passenger              612         

Ebert, Edward F.                                   1Lt          O-741491                Passenger              1035

Wooten, John R.                                  M/Sgt     15073168                Passenger              750         

Sayle, Clark W.                                     T/Sgt      35321900                Passenger              938

Roberts, Cody L.                                  S/Sgt      34427256                Passenger              938

Williamson, Earl                                   Capt        O-581456                Passenger              4823

Dulany, John D.                                   Capt        O-562897                Passenger              2110

Bellamy, William B. Jr.                         1Lt          O-677426                Passenger              1091

Davis, Loy J.                                         T/Sgt      14107809                Passenger              754

Webb, Floyd                                         Sgt          37438883                Passenger              756

Eberle, Charles E.                 S/Sgt      32469411                Passenger              747

Hirsch, Andrew                                    Cpl          32723800                Passenger              911

Heinzen, Matthew A.                          M/Sgt     20709122                Passenger              750

 

June 27, 1945 to Greenville

July 16, 1945 to 4168 Base Unit South Plains

November 22, 1945 to RFC Kingman.