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Dixon crew

 

MISSION LIST

 

Mission #78 October 15, 1944 43-38268 B/N 391BS Dixon            Crashed on take off.

 

MISSION AND CREW DETAILS

 

Crew #71 18th Squadron (first appears on the October 2, 1944 crew list)

Dixon, Robert E. (P)

Goodell, Robert B. Jr. (CP)

Martin (N)

Subject, Paul R. (B)

Rose, Joseph J. (R)

Frey, Emil A. Jr. (E)

Muellerleile (TG)

Jones, Millard G. (G)

Beatson, Dougal M. (G)

Natale (G)

 

Mission #78 October 15, 1944 43-38268 B/N 391BS Dixon            Crashed on take off. See below. 2 Killed. 7 seriously injured.

Was to fly position 3-2 in High Squadron.

Carried 16 250 lb GP and 4 M-17 bombs. Bombs unaccounted for after the crash.

Dixon, Robert E. (P)

Goodell, Robert B. Jr. (CP)

Steele (N) (a write-in)

Subject, Paul R. (B)

Rose, Joseph J. (R)

Frey, Emil A. Jr. (E)

Wolfe (TG) (a write-in)

Jones, Millard G. (G)

Beatson, Dougal M. (G)

Natale (G) (Not on the list after the crash)

 

Mission #78 October 15, 1944 B-17G 43-38268 B/N crashed on take-off with 2 killed and 7 seriously injured.

SWA DIXON ROBERT E (P)                             2 LT        18            O-825123

LWA GOODELL ROBERT B JR (CP)                2 LT        18            O-713735

LWA STEELE DONALD F (N)                          2 LT        18            O-2060207

LIA SUBJECT PAUL R (B)                                 2 LT        18            O-718162

KIA FREY EMIL A JR (E)                                   S/SGT     18            32460861                NJ

LIA ROSE JOSEPH J (R)                                     PVT        18            35058165                (Recommended for Soldiers Medal)

LIA JONES MILLARD G (BT)                           SGT        18            6393199                  (Recommended for Soldiers Medal)

LIA BEATSON DOUGAL M (WG)                   S/SGT     18            32359737

KIA WOLFE RICHARD F (TG)                         S/SGT     18            37471833                NE

 

The above officers and enlisted men who were not KIA were admitted to 65th General Hospital on Oct. 15, 1944.