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1Lt Louis J. Prudhoe (copilot) 35 missions between 11 july and 10 nov 44 (was born on dec 21st, 1919 - passed away on sept 15th, 2008)

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Made 09 Jan 2010

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S/Sgt Emil Mason Bryson (engineer) 35 missions between 14 feb and 25 april 45 (was born on oct 20th, 1917 - passed away on april 21st, 1999)

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Made 09 Jan 2010

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Sgt Rudolph M. Henager (ball turret gunner) 35 missions between 14 feb and 25 april 45 (was born on march 22nd, 1925 - passed away in april 28th, 1952)

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Made 09 Jan 2010

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Sgt Lowell E. Bice (togglier) 35 missions between 14 feb and 25 april 45 (was born on april 21st, 1925 - passed away on april 11th, 2013)

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Made 09 Jan 2010

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Sgt Walter F. Ahland (radio) 35 missions between 14 feb and 25 april 45

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Made 09 Jan 2010

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Sgt William P. Jones (waist gunner) 22 missions between 14 feb and 8 april 45 (passed away on april 16th, 1991)

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Made 09 Jan 2010

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2Lt Robert R. Fowler (pilot) 35 missions between 14 feb and 25 april 45 (deceased)

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Made 09 Jan 2010

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2Lt Kenneth L. Boyles (copilot) 34 missions between 16 feb and 25 april 45

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Made 09 Jan 2010

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F/O George Anthony Sarkis (navigator) 35 missions between 14 feb and 25 april 45 (was born on march 20th, 1920 - passed away on oct 10th, 1979)

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Made 09 Jan 2010

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The Belgium and French resistance fighters gave valuable and heroic assistance to the evaders. The people of Belgium erected a monument at Solre-Saint Gery...

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Made 09 Jan 2010

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Sgt Miller O. Jackson (left waist gunner) died from severe wounds after the crash landing (7 missions, first on 11 dec 43) was born on sept 25th, 1905

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Made 09 Jan 2010

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S/Sgt Harry Wallrobenstein (tail gunner) not on the fatal mission (13 missions between 11 dec 43 and 11 aug 44)

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Made 09 Jan 2010

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S/Sgt Loren E. Zimmer (right waist gunner) bailed out and landed in a bog, evaded (7 missions, first on 11 dec 43) passed away on march 29th, 2001

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Made 09 Jan 2010

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T/Sgt Donald J. Dinwiddie (radio) evaded but betrayed and captured by germans (7 missions, first on 11 dec 43) born on march 30th, 1923 - passed away on feb...

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Made 09 Jan 2010

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S/Sgt Richard Arrington (ball turret gunner) evaded, picked up by American troops in sept 44, back to England (8 missions, first on 11 dec 43)

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Made 09 Jan 2010

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T/Sgt Curtis E. Finley (engineer) evaded with Rawlings but captured not far from Spanish border (8 missions, first on 11 dec 43) was born on feb 9th, 1914 -...

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Made 09 Jan 2010

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2Lt Alvin L. Taylor (navigator) badly wounded too (8 missions, first on 11 dec 43)

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Made 09 Jan 2010

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2Lt Joseph C. Thompson (bombardier) badly wounded, take to civilian hospital by Belgiums, made POW and cared (3 missions, first on 5 dec 43) deceased

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Made 09 Jan 2010

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2Lt Bernard W. Rawlings (copilot) evaded, return to England on 25 may 44 after crossing the Pyrenees (7 missions, first on 13 dec 43) passed away on july...

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Made 09 Jan 2010

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2Lt James Furman Fowler (pilot) belly landed in Belgium, 29 jan 44, after mechanic problems and fighter attack, aboard 42-39786 "GI Sheets", evaded...

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Made 09 Jan 2010

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