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S/Sgt Earl W. Sheets (engineer) 14 missions(passed away on aug 19th, 1963)

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Made 06 Sep 2009

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Sgt James M. Pierce (ball turret gunner) 12 missions (born on nov 18th, 1923 - passed away on nov 29th, 2008)

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Made 06 Sep 2009

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Sgt William A. Zweck (tail gunner) 14 missions, killed on 23 july 44, parachute caught in the B-17 elevators (was born on jan 16th, 1922)

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Made 06 Sep 2009

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S/Sgt William H. Wilson (radio) 16 missions (14 with Miller, 2 with Johnson)

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Made 06 Sep 2009

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Sgt William W. Robertson (waist gunner) 1 mission, deleted when crew size was reduced from ten to nine men (deceased)

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Made 06 Sep 2009

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Sgt Karl W. Carlson (waist gunner) 13 missions

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Made 06 Sep 2009

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2Lt Jackson Ross Bohannon (bombardier) 17 missions (6 with Miller) killed on 28 sept 44 'mission to Magdeburg, aboard 43-38206 "Silver Fox" pilot...

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Made 06 Sep 2009

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F/O John N. Petersen (copilot) 35 missions (first 4 missions as copilot with Bailie, 9 with Miller, 16 with White) completed combat tour on 4 nov 44 (deceased)

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Made 06 Sep 2009

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F/O Saul A.Cooper (navigator) 36 missions (14 with Miller, combat tour completed on 20 april 45) suffered a broken ankle on 23 july 44 when parachuting

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Made 06 Sep 2009

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F/O Cecil M. Miller (pilot) 14 missions (9 aboard 42-97622 "Paper Dollie"), killed on 23 july 44, mission to Creil, ran out of fuel, bale out, but...

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Made 06 Sep 2009

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S/Sgt Donald E. Miller (ball turret gunner) 35 missions (21 with Butler) completed combat tour on 28 jan 45

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Made 06 Sep 2009

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T/Sgt Donald R. Christ (radio) 33 missions (27 with Butler), killed on mission to Aschaffenburg, 21 jan 45, pilot was Duffield, B-17 44-8137, mid air...

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Made 06 Sep 2009

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Sgt Robert E. Peterson (waist gunner) 30 missions (23 with Butler) completed combat tour on 10 jan 45 (deceased)

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Made 06 Sep 2009

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T/Sgt Harry George Bird (engineer) 35 missions (28 with Butler) completed combat tour on 20 jan 45 (was born on sept 9th, 1919 - passed away on aug 22nd, 1982)

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Made 06 Sep 2009

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S/Sgt David T. Johnson (tail gunner) 35 missions (26 with Butler) completed combat tour on 11 jan 45 (deceased)

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Made 06 Sep 2009

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2Lt Maurice G. Hackler (bombardier) 35 missions (26 with Butler) completed combat tour on 20 jan 45

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Made 06 Sep 2009

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2Lt John E. Holden (navigator) 9 missions (last on 2 oct 44) deceased

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Made 06 Sep 2009

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1Lt Milton C. Butler (pilot) 30 missions, completed combat tour on 24 dec 44 (deceased)

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Made 06 Sep 2009

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1Lt Brook H. "Hap" Lovell (copilot) 35 missions (23 with Butler) 6 missions as pilot, combat tour completed on 6 jan 45

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Made 06 Sep 2009

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Sgt Lewis Guy Nance (waist gunner) no missions with 303rd BG (removed from Burton crew when waist gunner position had been deleted (was born on march 22nd,...

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Made 06 Sep 2009

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