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Sgt Vincent Ferraro (engineer)

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Made 08 Sep 2009

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Sgt Harrys S Overbaugh (waist gunner)

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Made 08 Sep 2009

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S/Sgt W J Gibbings (togglier)

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Made 08 Sep 2009

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2Lt Neal R Bartimus (navigator)

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Made 08 Sep 2009

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2Lt Donald J Leemon (copilot)

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Made 08 Sep 2009

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2Lt Paul A Coville (pilot)

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Made 08 Sep 2009

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Sgt Norman F Markel (radio)

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Made 08 Sep 2009

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T/Sgt Vaughn Reaves (radio) 24 missions, killed 26 nov 43 (was born on march 27th, 1921, came from Green County, Tennessee) his name is on wall of missing at...

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Made 08 Sep 2009

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S/Sgt Delvyn Smith (left waist gunner) 25 missions combat tour completed 27 august 43 (was born on july 15th, 1918 - passed away on feb 2nd, 1970)

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Made 08 Sep 2009

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Capt Addell A. Cote (pilot) 24 missions, killed on Bremen, 26 nov 43, aboard 42-29955 "Mr Five by Five", ten crewmen killed

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Made 08 Sep 2009

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42-5341 "Vicious Virgin" aka "Scarlet Harlot" (303rd BG 427th BS assigned 7 feb 43, 39 missions)

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Made 08 Sep 2009

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1Lt Robert A Finley (bombardier) original crew member of Lt Skerpon (passed away on may 26th, 2010)

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Made 08 Sep 2009

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1Lt Samuel P. Fleming (navigator) original member of Lt Skerpon crew

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Made 08 Sep 2009

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1Lt Joseph E "Jack" Stevens (copilot) original member of Lt Skerpon crew, upgraded to pilot (born on may 13th, 1921 - passed away on july 3rd, 2002)

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Made 08 Sep 2009

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1Lt John F. Coppom (pilot) was copilot on Lt Heller crew, completed combat tour on 2 march 44 (deceased)

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Made 08 Sep 2009

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T/Sgt Gaylord W Geisman (radio) wounded on 16 march 44 mission to Augsburg with Fricks crew flying aboard 42-38204, died few years later, due to complications

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Made 08 Sep 2009

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S/Sgt Marion F. Fitko (left waist gunner) original Lt Skerpon crew (passed away on july 30th, 1998)

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Made 08 Sep 2009

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S/Sgt Marvin Richard Edwards (tail gunner) original member of Lt Skerpon crew (was born on july 27th, 1923 - passed away on jan 18th, 2013)

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Made 08 Sep 2009

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S/Sgt Edgar Wright Cole (right waist gunner) original member of Lt Skerpon crew (was born on nov 8th, 1923 - passed away on may 15th, 1996)

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Made 08 Sep 2009

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T/Sgt John L. "Jack" Brewster (engineer) killed after the war (flight training mission on aug 7th, 1947) original member of Lt Skerpon

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Made 08 Sep 2009

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